Protesters demonstrate against war criminals in Afghanistan

Several protesters on Monday demonstrated against the war crimes which took place during 27/April/1978 after the Democratic Republic Party of Afghanistan toppled down the government of Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan and 28/April/1992 after the Mujahideen toppled down the Pro-Soviet government.

The demonstration was organized by the Solidarity Party of Afghanistan where the protesters also burnt the pictures of Afghan president Hamid Karzai, Democratic Republic Party leaders, Mujahideen leaders and Taliban group.

KABUL (PAN): Afghanistan Solidarity Party (ASP) supporters on Monday staged a demonstration in Kabul, blaming jihadi leaders for defaming the holy war and demanding their trial.

The demonstration started from Cinema-i-Pamir and ended in Maiwand area, where the protestors waved photos of jihadi leaders, with a red cross on their faces. They chanted "no America, no NATO and death to both."

While torching the jihadi leaders’ photos, they also condemned the episodes April 26 and 27 in 1992, when the communists staged a coup and the mujahideen entered Kabul, triggering a protracted civil war.

Political activist Said Mahmood Pahiz received death threats

Protest of the Solidarity Party of Afghanistan in Kabul

Young politicians in Afghanistan are fighting against deep-rooted cultural and religious prejudices. But despite the many threats and intimidations they face, young Afghans are fighting to make their voice heard.

An armed security guard and the fear of another assassination attempt accompany Mahmood Said Pahiz wherever he goes. And yet when his girlfriend informed him that he would have to choose between marrying her and staying in politics, he told her: "I can't. It's my life." He shrugs. Today, he is single.



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