Kabul: “Heather Barr”, the associate director of the Women’s Rights Division at Human Rights Watch said that the international community should start an alternative education plan in this country, Referring to the closure of girls’ schools in Afghanistan.
she stated that the international community should stop waiting for the opening of girls’ schools in Afghanistan and respond to this reality.
she said in a tweet that soon the gates of girls’ schools will not be opened for students above the sixth grade.
These statements were made in response to “Zabihullah Mujahid”, the spokesperson of the Taliban, who said that there is a difference between the scholars regarding the reopening of girls’ schools.
Heather Barr emphasized that the international community must urgently consider alternative education options for Afghan girls.
The deputy of the women’s division of Human Rights Watch also called for sanctions against Taliban leaders.