After Fb’s ban on Taliban associated content material, the social networking website has shut down the account of former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
Ghani stated that he had fled the nation on Sunday to “prevent a flood of bloodshed”, because the Taliban entered the capital.
Whereas Ghani’s present whereabouts are unknown, he introduced that he left Afghanistan by means of a Fb publish.
Furthermore, Fb has additionally blocked the account of Dr. Fazel, the chief officer of Ashraf Ghani. Nonetheless, the American social media big has not commented on the rationale behind the removing of the Fb account of the previous Afghan premier.
Ghani stated he believed “countless patriots would be martyred and the city of Kabul would be destroyed” if he had stayed behind. “The Taliban have won […] and are now responsible for the honour, property, and self-preservation of their countrymen,” he stated in an announcement posted to Fb.
The US tech big has additionally banned all of its platforms, together with Instagram and WhatsApp, from content material associated to the Afghan Taliban and their assist.
“The Taliban is a terrorist organization under US law and we have stopped providing services to the Taliban in light of US policy on dangerous organizations,” Fb stated in an announcement.
With the Taliban taking management in Afghanistan, the rising issues have been famous with the bulk fearing that the nation might descend into chaos.
The Taliban’s return is basically interpreted as a crackdown on freedom of speech and human rights, particularly girls’s rights.