Taliban would take again Europe’s Afghan deportees to face courts, says spokesman
VIENNA: The Taliban authorities in Afghanistan would settle for any Afghan migrants whose purposes for asylum have been rejected in Europe and they’d then face courtroom, an Austrian newspaper quoted a Taliban spokesman as saying on Monday.
Austria’s conservative-led authorities has taken a tough line on Afghan asylum seekers and refugees inside the European Union, with the inside minister initially saying Austria ought to preserve deporting rejected asylum seekers again to Afghanistan for so long as doable.
Austrian Inside Minister Karl Nehammer has since conceded that that’s not doable, however mentioned he desires “deportation centres” arrange in neighbouring international locations that may take them in.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid advised the Kronen Zeitung newspaper that his authorities can be prepared to just accept such deportees.
“Sure. They might be taken to courtroom. The courtroom would then need to determine how you can proceed with them,” Zabihullah advised the newspaper when requested if it might soak up Afghan asylum seekers in Germany or Austria whose asylum claims had been rejected or who had dedicated crimes in these European international locations.
He didn’t elaborate on why they need to be taken to courtroom or what judgement they could face there.
He additionally repeated his authorities’s pledge to respect the rights of girls inside the framework of Islamic regulation, or Sharia.
“We’ll safe all rights that girls are entitled to beneath Sharia,” Zabihullah mentioned.
“We’ll grant ladies Islamic rights, allow schooling and create circumstances for work. We’re within the technique of placing all that in place.”