Dubai: IPHRC, The Human Rights Commission of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is carefully monitoring the evolving situation in Afghanistan, the group said in its statement.
The commission has called upon all UN and the OIC members to facilitate inclusive dialogue within the Afghan society, safeguarding the needs and rights of all Afghan people.
The fall out of ongoing political instability needs to be contained and chaos and violence preempted through the law, constitutional protections, and democratic institutions ensuring freedom and human rights. Islamic values require a just and universal human rights standard.
Commenting on the Taliban taking over the capital Kabul, the commission has urged the stakeholders to take required actions. To protect the life, security, and honor of all Afghan peoples and foreigners living in Afghanistan.
The commission has shown its grave concerns in its statement on the devastating effect of the COVID-19 pandemic in Afghanistan. Furthermore, the commission noted that “almost half of Afghanistan’s population was in dire need of humanitarian assistance.”
Because Afghanistan is an importer of most of its domestic consumption requirements. Peace must be ensured for smooth and regular conduct of trade.