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Civil Society Activists Protest Against Talibanization of Afghanistan

Friday 28 February 2014

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The demands of the civil society activists - the “Joint Call Camp”- from the Government of Afghanistan in support of the armed forces’ martyrs and the victims of the terrorism;

1: Naming of Taliban as the enemies of Afghans and abolition of High Peace Council;

2: On time supply of the logistical and weaponry needs of the armed forces, especially the first aid needs for the wounded soldiers on the battle ground;

3: On time payment of the armed forces’ salary for their piece of mind;

4: Social and economic support to the families of the martyred soldiers and victims of the terrorism;

A) Providing residential estates to the families of the martyrs and victims of the terrorism;

B) Providing job opportunities for the survivors;

C) Providing constant financial support to the families of those martyred;

D) Public and private educational institution’s support to grant scholarships to the survivors;

E) Naming the military installations with the martyred soldiers’ names;

F) Establishing an independent cell to trace the condition of the terrorism victims through a database;

G) Presidential candidates should clear their positions regarding the “Taliban” and their strategy on dealing with the families of those martyred and other victims of terrorism

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