Bring Afghanistan refugees to safety

Support our project to aid and relocate female judges and prosecutors

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The Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021. Prior to that takeover, female judges and prosecutors convicted hundreds of terrorists, sex offenders, and other serious criminals. Now, with the Taliban back in power, these women, under constant threat, are in hiding and in serious danger of losing their lives.

US Friends of AMAR (a US-based 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization) and Pilgrims Group USA are currently working with 14 Afghan women who were former judges and prosecutors. When the Taliban came back into power, criminals were released from prison, and many of them swore vengeance against the system that these women represent. These woman are currently seeking asylum in Pakistan with long-term safety in Europe. Donations will be used to support the women in their undisclosed locations in Pakistan with protection, food, housing, and relocation efforts focused on securing them permanent safety.

In Afghanistan, violence against women is an accepted norm.
They do not allow and recognize women in the judiciary system.

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