Islamic Emirate Committed to Implementation of Qisas: Deputy Supreme Judge
The deputy of the Supreme Court, Abdul Malik Haqqani said that the Islamic Emirate is committed to the Implementation of Qisas (an Islamic term interpreted to mean retaliation in kind).
OCDA Spitzer urges Congress to save the Afghan prosecutors who were left behind
Washington, DC– On the second-year anniversary of the fall of Kabul and the end of the Kabul airlift known as Operation Allies Refuge, the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys issued the following statement urging Congress to include justice sector personnel in the Afghan Adjustment Act:
Challenges to Afghan special visa program remain two years after US withdrawal, State Dept. watchdog finds
Numerous challenges to the Afghan Special Immigrant Visa program remain two years after the chaotic and deadly US withdrawal from Afghanistan, the State Department’s watchdog agency said in a new report released Thursday.
Afghanistan: Installing thousands of cameras risks creating total surveillance state
Responding to the Taliban’s decision to install 62,000 security cameras across Kabul and other areas, Matt Mahmoudi, Amnesty International’s Researcher and Advisor on Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights, said:
Afghan refugees are stuck in US limbo as Congress fails to move legislation
Tens of thousands of Afghan evacuees living in the U.S. have reached the second anniversary of the withdrawal with no permanent way to remain in the country as lawmakers repeatedly fail to advance legislation to solidify their status.
APA Issues Statement on Dire State of Afghan Prosecutors Two Years After Fall of Kabul
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 29, 2023 The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA) Issues Statement on Dire State of Afghan Prosecutors Two Years After Fall of Kabul APA asks Congress to Expand Afghan Adjustment Act to Include Justice Sector Personnel Washington, DC– On the second-year anniversary of the fall of Kabul and the end of the […]