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HomeMalaysia NewsZuraida Urges World Community To Put Pressure On Taliban Over Women's Rights

Zuraida Urges World Community To Put Pressure On Taliban Over Women’s Rights

Former minister Zuraida Kamaruddin has expressed her concern over women’s rights in Afghanistan after the Taliban overthrew the democratic government. She called on international organizations and Muslim countries to send their representatives to Afghanistan to educate the Islamist organization regarding women’s rights and empowerment.

She also expressed her willingness to visit Afghanistan to guide and assist the Taliban government and the people of Afghan regarding the women’s role in the country’s progress.

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Zuraida Kamaruddin, who served as the Minister of Housing and Local Government in the Perikatan Nasional under the Muhyiddin Yassin government, urged progressive Muslim countries to send their female officials to Afghanistan to guide them that how women can play a significant role in the country’s economics, education, administration, social welfare, and so on.

She also expressed hope that the Taliban will continue to give and protect women’s rights in Afghanistan as they claimed in their first press conference.

Ampang lawmaker Zuraida further added that Afghanistan’s new government should learn from Malaysia that how women are participating in the country’s progress.

Last week on 15 August, the radical Islamic organization Taliban had recaptured Afghanistan after 20-year of deadly war and forced President Ashraf Ghani to leave Kabul.