Ladies and Gentlemen, the civil society of Tajikistan expect from you, as a leader on defending human rights and responsible for democratization in the world, do not be indifferent to the fate of the Afghan people and do not leave them alone in the face of the Taliban oppression.
You are responsible and committed to stabilizing the situation in Afghanistan. During the 20 years of the US-led international fight against terrorism, the presence of women in politics and other areas of society in Afghanistan has increased, the Afghan people established behavioral changes towards democracy, human rights, children rights, women rights, speaking loud on violence and inequality via its free media, and they loved this society, which has been developed through hard works and progressive approaches for two decades.
It is so sad to admit that some societies can suffer higher levels of terrorism and bearing violent burdens.After long protection, spending huge amount of money to fight against terrorism, now the international society, world leaders handed over the Afghan people to the Taliban’s hand. These days it is hard to watch the incidents which are happening in Kabul’s streets without tears, and the courage of those women who risked their lives to protest for their freedom is commendable.
Today, the liberal people of Afghanistan are left alone in the face of international terrorism, and the Taliban – a terrorist organization, which a few days ago was a global problem.The terrorist organization Taliban has killed thousands of civilians and innocent people over the years with its heinous crimes against humanity, terror and murder, bombings, and endless attacks.This organization destroyed hundreds of thousands of lives, orphaned children, killed husbands and sons – the breadwinners, and tortured women. We will not cite the crimes of the terrorist organization Taliban, as the U.S government has repeatedly reported about it. This organization fought against international forces and killed thousands of civilians, Americans, and foreign soldiers.
How can one believe in Human Rights after that?!
If the Human Rights principles have any value in the world then the Afghan people must not be left alone to be destroyed and killed by the Taliban. Unfortunately, after the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban – terrorist organization captured the country without a fight.We will learn more about the treachery and cooperation of the escapee President Ashraf Ghani with the Taliban in the future, but now the lives of the liberal, freedom-loving people and their supreme values are in danger. It seems that the world society and the world leaders that have fought terrorism so far are now stepping aside and only Panjsher residents and fighters seem responsible for fighting the Taliban. Now the Taliban are attacking this only area in Afghanistan where people are protecting their homes, country, and motherland from criminals, terrorists, and mercenaries.The Taliban own all of Afghanistan’s military equipment, which has received aid from many countries during that time and use it to terrorize and kill civilians. These weapons and power, naturally pose a serious threat to the people and army of the besieged province, standing against terrorists.It is unfair to watch and wait when Afghanistan’s national minorities, many of whom are Tajiks, Uzbeks, Hazara, Turkman, and others, are massacred by the Taliban.
Therefore, we ask and demand from you:
1. The international community must urge the Government of Pakistan immediately to stop the assistance and sponsorship of the Taliban-terrorist organization and to refrain from killing civilians and attacking Panjsher, the only area not occupied by terrorists.
2. The international community is responsible to support the liberal groups that are fighting alongside the terrorists of the Taliban who took the power illegally in Afghanistan. Western governments till the organization of inclusive government in Afghanistan should not recognize the Taliban’s government and use economic and political sanctions against the violence and crimes. An inclusive national government should include all ethnic groups living in Afghanistan, especially Tajiks, who are about 43-46 percent of the country’s population.You, as the world’s most powerful nations, who have control of world development, have the responsibility to form an inclusive government in Afghanistan.
3. New government in Afghanistan must be formed with the representation of the Tajiks, Pashtuns, Hazara, Uzbeks, Turkman, and all other minorities of this country. Cooperate with the Afghan National Resistance Forces in the Panjsher and support them fight international terrorism and build a free and law-abiding country.
4. The countries of the European Union, the United States, which are considered to be the defenders of human rights and democratic values, should not stop the fight against the Taliban, ISIS, etc., and should not be tolerant towards the countries that support terrorism. In particular, Pakistan, as host of founder and supporter of the Taliban, which still is helping and using it as a tool to advance its policies in the region.
5. Red Crescent and Red Cross staff should provide food, medicine, and other humanitarian assistance to the people of Panjshir and other parts of Afghanistan who are starving.
6. The international community must boycott the usurper government of Afghanistan, which is in the hands of terrorists.
7. All countries that cooperate with the Taliban should also be subject to sanctions. They should be obliged to take urgent actions to prevent the participation of their citizens in the wars of the Taliban.
8. Ashraf Ghani and his accomplices should be sanctioned and prosecuted by European countries, Canada, and the United States.
9. Freeze their bank accounts and include them on the international wanted list. Confiscated funds of the Afghan people should be returned only after the formation of an inclusive government.
10. The Dari-Persian as the native language of 80 percent of the population in Afghanistan, and as the state language and the language of communication for all people in Afghanistan, must remain intact.Some of the powerful countries, who have opposed the policies of the United States and Europe, with the support of the terrorist Taliban’s Islamic Emirate, want to defeat their rivals. But in this game, will be sacrificed the lives of people and the fate of hundreds of thousands of innocent Afghan citizens.The media of Pakistan and Russia are trying to portray the Taliban as a modern and up-to-date group, who got changed, but their realities and attitudes show that they are the same criminals.Their policy is to exclude girls and young people from education, to destroy culture and universal values. With the invasion of Afghanistan, it is unfortunate that the world forgets the heinous crimes of the Taliban-terrorist organization and considers the fight against them as an internal affair of one country.
If the world leader countries recognize the Taliban’s government, there is no doubt that all terrorist groups in the world will gather under the umbrella of the Taliban in Afghanistan.
One of the highlights of this consequence is the warm welcome of Taliban the one of Osama bin Laden’s supporters, who was invited to Afghanistan and was greeted with pride. This threat is not only to Central Asia but to the whole world.
If you recognize the Taliban, then you will be responsible for these consequences.Recognition of the Taliban’s government makes Afghanistan a hotbed of terrorist groups, and these criminal organizations are creating a «paradise» for themselves there.
The consequences of terrorist domination will be severe, tragic for all countries of the world.Why should the liberal people of Afghanistan and the Resistance Front in Panjsher be supported?
Because they support the establishment of a free and pluralistic state and respect the rights of women, children, and humans at all. Their vision is modern and relevant today.
They don’t kill, destroy culture, history, and education.The World Community has very little time for this decision.With the hope of peace and prosperity around the world and living without terrorism!
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2.Delafroz Kurboni, journalist and teacher, Tajikistan
3.Mavdjuda Sohibnazarova, journalist, Germany
4.Marhabo Zununova, journalist Tajikistan
5.Bakhtiyar Amini, writer, Germany
6.Maryambonui Fargoni, journalist, writer, Tajikistan.
7.Jamshed Olimov, politician, New York
8.Sojida Djakhfarova, journalist, New York
9.Khurshed Atovullo, journalist, Tajikistan.
10.Ramziya Mirzobekova, journalist Tajikistan.
11.Sanjar Hashimi, Journalist, Poland.
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13.Afshini Mukim, journalist, Tajikistan.
14.Gulhayo Madimarova, journalist, Tajikistan.
15.Ramziya Kurbonasen, outreach coordinator, Tajikistan.
16.Manzuma Solehzoda, journalist, Tajikistan.
17.Oynihol Bobonazarova, lawyer, Tajikistan.
19.Parvona Akhrori, journalist, Tajikistan.
20.Sherali Rizoyon, politician, Tajikistan.
21.Mazkhab Juma, journalist, Tajikistan.
22.Abdulkaysi Saidjabbor, economist, Tajikistan.
23.Rayhon Sohibnazarbekova, teacher, Tajikistan.
24.Parvina Ibodova, lawyer, Tajikistan.
25.Karima Kurbonova, HR, Tajikistan.
26.Aziz Nakibzod, journalist, Tajikistan.
27.Gulbahor Makhkamova, civil activist, Tajikistan.
28.MasrurAtomamadov, teacher, Prague.
29.Gulya Ali, financial expert, Tajikistan.
30.Karimov Muhammad, journalist, Tajikistan.
31.Nodira Amiry, with 17 years of work experience in Afghanistan.
32.Sayidmuhiddin Dustmuhammadiyon, journalist, politic, Tajikistan.
33.Ravshan Temourian, journalist, Canada.
35.Khusrav Shohsaidov, journalist, Tajikistan.
36.Khurshed Fozilov, journalist, Tajikistan.
37.Abdurakhmon Nazirmatov, artist, Tajikistan.
38.Gulya Aknazarova, lawyer, Tajikistan.
40.Hakim Rabbimpur, Leader of Assosiation of Samarqandies in Amerika.
42.Virkan Muzaffarpoor, Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
43.Sharifkhon Fayzov, Tajikistan.
44.Asomiddin Atoev, Expert of ITC for development, Tajikistan.
45.Yodgor Kayumov, businessmen, Tajikistan.
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47.Sheroz Sharipov, journalist, Tajikistan.
48.Khayotoy Muminova, singer, Tajikistan.
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50.Orzu Iso, journalist, Tajikistan.
51.Farangisi Muzaffar, journalist, Germany.
52.Sulton Kamolov, businessmen, Tajikistan.
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54.Aslam Muminov, journalist, Tajikistan.
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56.Muhayo Nozimova, journalist, Tajikistan.
57.Barno Kodirdukht, journalist, Tajikistan.
58.Furkat Saidzoda, singer, Tajikistan.
59.Sadi Vorisov, sociologist, journalist, Tajikistan.
60.Rahmi Roibov, Tajikistan.
61.Pamir Pamir, Tajikistan.
62.Sairam Tohirjonzoda, Tajikistan.
63.Ganjina Ganjova, journalist, Tajikistan.
64.Zafari Sufi, journalist, writer, Germany.
65.Khodadad Laylizoda, teacher, immigrant, USA.
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68.Manija Salikhova, journalist, Tajikistan.
69.Ibodullo Tohirov, journalist, Tajikistan.
70.Abdurahim Omariyan, journalist, New York.
71.Muhammadsoleh Omariyon, student, New York.
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73.Daler Gufronov, journalist, Pennsylvania.
74.Salim Salimov, journalist, New York.
75.Hamza Siddiq, MD, DR.
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77.Shahnoz Zaripova, teacher, Tajikistan.
78.Kayum Yusufov, lawyer, Tajikistan.
79.Abdulvohid Nosirov, Tajikistan.
81.Alidod Sadonov, Tajikistan.
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86.Salimakhon Vakhobzade, journalist, Tajikistan.
87.Saidehson Soliev, journalist, Tajikistan.
88.Kosim Bekmuhammad, journalist, Tajikistan.
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95.Sino Kholikov, journalist, Tajikistan.
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97.Rustamov Zahriddin, journalist, Tajikistan.
98.Nushin Samad, teacher, Tajikistan.
99.Surayo Shujoat, journalist, Tajikistan.
100.Firuz Odinaev, Tajikistan.
101.Abduvali Nabizoda, Tajikistan.
102.Salimjon Saidov, journalist, Tajikistan.
103.Halim Juraev, journalist, Tajikistan.
104.Mamadnaim Abdurahimov, Tajikistan.
105.Maryam Davlatova, journalist, physiologist, national expert of OSCE for preventing extremism and terrorism, Tajikistan.
106.Dilshod Rahimi, scientist, ethnographer, Tajikistan.
107.Rajab Mirzo, journalist, Tajikistan.
108.Bakhtiyor Hoja, Tajikistan.
109.Sheravgan Nazarov, Tajikistan.
110.Sayrahmon Nazriev, journalist, Tajikistan.
111.Nasimjon Ahmedov, Tajikistan.
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113.Minhojiddin Odinaev, Tajikistan.
114.Medina Burkhan, HR specialist, Tajikistan.
115.Mirzohusayni Badalipur, teacher, Tajikistan.
116.Bekhzod Kosimov, Tajikistan.
117.Fotima Goibova, journalist, Tajikistan.
118.Mohira Sangmamadovna, journalist, Tajikistan.
119.Shahnoza Sharifova, Tajikistan.
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121.Oymahmad Kurbonov, engineer, Tajikistan.
122.Bahrom Mahmudov, Tajikistan.
123.Robiya Madzidova, teacher, Tajikistan.
124.Azizjon Yusupov, businessmen, Tajikistan.
125.Bakhtiyor Kodirov, Tajikistan.
126.Shamsiddin Kodirov, Tajikistan.
127.Safargul Halimiyon, Tajikistan.
128.Mehrofarid Gbao, Tajikistan.
129.Subhiddin Rajabov, Tajikistan.
130.Nargis Kodirova, Tajikistan.
131.Mahinbonu Davlatova, journalist, Tajikistan.
132.Tolib Rahmonov, Tajikistan.
133.Begahmad Nazarov, Tajikistan.
134.Huseyn Rahmonov, doctor, Tajikistan.
135.Masrura Sidikova, economist, journalist Tajikistan.
136.Firdavs Umarov, student, Tajikistan.
137.Kodir Mirzoev, Tajikistan.
138.Rafoat Abdusalomova, Tajikistan.
139.Robiya Kurbandjanova, Tajikistan.
140.Ibodat Pulotova, journalist, Tajikistan.
141.Bakhtiyor Sabirov, economist, Tajikistan.
142.Munim Djuraev, retirement, Tajikistan.
143.Jovidon Karimov, Tajikistan.
144.Najibi Abib, Tajikistan.
145.Salohutddin Bobojon, Tajikistan.
146.Nasimkhon Inomzoda, Tajikistan.
147.Azamat Tilloev, Tajikistan.
148.Bakhtiyor Kholmatov, Tajikistan.
149.Nomvar Kurbonov, teacher, Tajikistan.
150.Hojaev Qurbonali, Tajikistan.
151.Sharif Halil, Tajikistan.
152.Ranjet Yatimov, lawyer, Tajikistan.
153.Tolibzoda Tolib, journalist, Tajikistan.
154.Abduvohid Nosiri, Tajikistan.
155.Rasul Dodkhohi Rahimiyon, Tajikistan.
156.Akmal Nurulloev, Tajikistan.
157.Abdulaziz Voseev, journalist, Tajikistan.
158.Daler Mirzoev, writer, Tajikistan.
159.Anushervon Norzoda, Tajikistan.
160.Khurinniso Alizoda, journalist, Tajikistan.
161.Vasila Bozichaeva, Tajikistan.
162.Bobo Solehzoda, Tajikistan.
163.Sharifmurod Isrofilniyo, Tajikistan.
164.Shoira Yusupova, Human Right specialist, Tajikistan.
165.Abdullo Khodjaev, doctor, Tajikistan.
166.Malohat Dustmatova, Tajikistan.
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168.Nekbaht Doronshoeva, Tajikistan.
169.Begmurod Amondulloev, Tajikistan.
170.Qodir Idiev, Tajikistan.
171.Eshnazarov Munis, Tajikistan.
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173.Zokir Hasan, journalist, Tajikistan.
174.Bobojon Shafe, journalist, Tajikistan.
175.Kholik Rozikzoda, Tajikistan.
176.Mahinbonu Sanginmurodova, Tajikistan.
177.Az Bas, teacher, Turkey.
178.Inomkhon Alokhonov, Tajikistan.
179.Muhammad Mansurov, Tajikistan.
180.Lola Barotova, artist, Tajikistan.
181.Mukim Egamov, Tajikistan.
182.Safiollo Abdullozoda, Tajikistan.
183.Khush Palavonshanbiev, Tajikistan.
184.Subhonali Boboyorov, Tajikistan.
185.Shoira Valizoda, Tajikistan.
186.Ubaydullo Rahmonov, Tajikistan.
187.Nasibjon Amoni, journalist, Uzbekistan.
188.Guzal Mahkamova, journalist, civil activist, Tajikistan.
189.Sangov Rajabali, journalist, Tajikistan.
190.Farhod Sharipov, businessmen, Tajikistan.
191.Barzu Abdurazzakov, producer, Tajikistan.
192.Ulmasov Khurshed, journalist, Tajikistan.
193.Dilnoza Lutfulloeva, economist, Tajikistan.
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195.Shergozi Sodatkadamov, Tajikistan.
196.Sitorabonu Nabieva, tourism specialist, Tajikistan.
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198.Atoullo Ismoilov, Tajikistan.
199.Firdavs Nadirov, USA.
200.Shuhrati Rahmatullo, journalist, Germany.
201.Davlati Sulton, journalist, Tajikistan.
202.Murodulloh Abdullohzoda, Tajikistan.
203.Jamshed Umarov, Tajikistan.
204.Farhod Habibov, Tajikistan.
205.Sayfidin Sayfidinov, Ministry of Agriculture of Tajikistan.
206.Mahinbonu Sanginmurodova, Tajikistan.
207.Khushvakt Parvozov, Tajikistan.
208.Katkhudo Avsakolov, Tajikistan.
209.Nur Avezov, Tajikistan.
210.Eraj Akrami, Tajikistan.
211.Sherzod Azizov, Tajikistan.
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214.Shahlo Akobirova, journalist, Tajikistan.
215.Iskandarova Iskandarova, Tajikistan.
216.Hikmatulloh Hikmatzod, Tajikistan.
217.Yusuf Boboev, teacher, Tajikistan.
218.Maqsud Numon, Tajikistan.
219.Askar Hakim, National poet of Tajikistan, Doctor of philology science, Chief Editor of magazine «Sukhanshinosi»
220.Nemat Asrori, singer, New York
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222.Mehrangez Tursunzoda, Tajikistan.
223. Pairav Boev, businessmen, New York.
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