RASC News Agency: Mehra Fabi, one of the LGBT rights activists, says that she has resumed her sit-in after a two-day hiatus.
On Thursday, September 21, Fabi published a video tape on her Facebook page and said that she resumed her sit-in in the city of Malmö, Sweden.
She wrote: “Today, on the 21st of September, I resumed my sit-in after a two-day break, and this sit-in will continue.”
She added that the United Nations and powerful governments should recognize gender apartheid in Afghanistan.
Fabi stated: “They will also transfer the LGBT people who are homeless and without income and are going to be killed soon to a safe country. Stop political work in the field of human rights.”
It should be mentioned that Fabi, a member of the LGBT community of Afghanistan, went on a hunger strike in Sweden a few days ago, along with the hunger strike of Tamana Paryani and other human rights activists.
On the first day of his hunger strike, Fabi noted that her struggle is for gender minorities in Afghanistan, who are facing many challenges under the rule of the Taliban group.
Meanwhile, UNAMA published a new report on the human rights situation in Afghanistan on (Wednesday, September 20) and said that it has recorded more than 1,600 cases of human rights violations by the Taliban group.
Also, UNAMA, the United Nations Office for Women and the United Nations Migration Agency in a joint report that interviewed 592 women in 22 provinces of Afghanistan from April to June of this year, say that the life of women under the rule of the Taliban group is like life in prison.