Celebrities voice their concerns for human rights violation in Afghanistan as the Taliban take over

Thousands of Afghans are looking for a way to flee the country as the Taliban take over Kabul. The Taliban’s grip strengthened over the country and President Ashraf Ghani was evacuated by US forces.

Pakistanis are praying for their neighboring country as millions of Afghans are living with constant fear. A number of well-known celebrities have take to social media to voice their concerns for the crisis in Afghanistan.

Youngest Nobel Laureate, Malala Yousafzai expressed how deeply worried she is for women and minorities. She wrote, ‘global, regional and local powers must call for an immediate ceasefire, provide urgent humanitarian aid and protect refugees and civilians.’

The Churails actress Sarwat Gilani urged everyone to pray for the Afghan children and women.

Aseefa Bhutto Zardari also took to Twitter to raise her voice. She wrote, ‘watching the events unfolding in #Afghanistan with dread. The world has failed the men, women and children of Afghanistan.May God have mercy.’

Model Zara Peerzada was shook seeing videos of people trying to flee the country. ‘They know what is in store for them now in Afghanistan, only death and brutality,’ she mentioned in the IG post.

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  • Waj&Nosh says:

    Taliban country is Afghanistan good that they hold their country.Us ke chamchay apny mulk ki fikar karay.

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