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Asian leaders at economic summit vow to help Afghanistan

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By ALEXANDER VERSHININ

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So many nations rushing to help the Taliban continue to persecute women and deprive them of rights and freedoms. They should all be held accountable. Supporting the Taliban is supporting their policies. This shows the nations that have no respect for women. Boycott them all.

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I guess Peter is unaware that the first to criticize the Taliban over their mysogynism at an international forum was an Iranian Vice President when she was representing Iran at a Women's Rights Conference right after they'd emerged as the somewhat dominant faction of the Mujahideen.

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I guess Peter is unaware that the first to criticize the Taliban over their mysogynism at an international forum was an Iranian Vice President when she was representing Iran at a Women's Rights Conference

I guess Richard thinks that makes financially supporting the Taliban ok. It does not. The longer they remain in power the longer women will be without rights in Afghanistan and treated like third class citizens. Nations throwing money at the Taliban should be boycotted.

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Let's see what kind of aid these nations actually produce. Most are poor themselves and don't have a lot to offer.

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