Asia, Afghanistan's Women Judges Are İn Hiding, Fearing Reprisal Attacks From Men They Jailed - Cnn

Asia, Afghanistan's Women Judges Are İn Hiding

Afghanistan's women judges are in hiding, fearing reprisal attacks from men they jailed

'God forbid if they seek revenge.' Nabila fears reprisals, not only from fundamentalists, but also the men she once jailed. When they came to power, the Taliban opened the gates of prisons, releasing thousands of convicted criminals.

9/20/2021 12:00:00 PM

'God forbid if they seek revenge.' Nabila fears reprisals, not only from fundamentalists, but also the men she once jailed. When they came to power, the Taliban opened the gates of prisons, releasing thousands of convicted criminals.

Women judges trapped in Afghanistan fear reprisals, not only from fundamentalists, but also the men they once jailed. Organizations are racing to find a safe passage out for the women -- but they say they need more help from the US and other Western nations.

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