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Genocide of Palestinian Muslims in Gaza

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Mullah Hebatullah Akhundzadeh, the leader of the Taliban, has voiced criticism of the Western approach to human rights, particularly in the context of the ongoing conflict in Palestine.

This statement comes following over three months of conflict between Israel and Hamas. In his remarks, Mullah Hebatullah highlighted what he perceives as a contradiction in the Western world’s advocacy for human rights, while, according to him, Muslims in Palestine face severe oppression.

“Today, the world hears claims of human rights advocacy from certain quarters, yet in Palestine, Muslims continue to suffer extreme oppression and are subjected to acts of genocide,” he stated.

Hedayatullah Hedayat, the deputy of the Taliban National Radio and Television, further emphasized that the Taliban leader has openly questioned the sincerity of the West’s commitment to human rights, both in Afghanistan and other countries. These comments reflect a broader critique of international responses to conflicts involving Muslim communities.

Mullah Hebatullah added, “Today, we hear from the ignorant and oppressors about human rights in the world, yet in Palestine, severe oppression of Muslims continues, and they are subjected to genocide.”

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