A director from Afghanistan is issuing a warning of what could come in Afghanistan just after the Taliban seized electrical power two weeks in advance of the U.S. was established to complete its troop withdrawal following a highly-priced two-decade war.

Sahraa Karimi is the 1st and only female in Afghanistan to maintain a Ph.D. in cinema and filmmaking and serves as the basic director of the Afghan Movie Firm.

She took to Twitter on Friday in a plea to the worldwide movie group to communicate up about protecting the persons in the state.

“I publish to you with a broken heart and a deep hope that you can be part of me in preserving my wonderful people, specifically filmmakers from the Taliban,” Karimi wrote in the lengthy memorandum. “In the final few weeks, they have massacred our men and women, they kidnapped numerous small children, they bought girls as baby brides to their men… It’s a humanitarian crisis, and but the globe is silent… They will ban all artwork. I and other filmmakers could be up coming on their hit checklist.”

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In regards to the Afghan men and women, Karimi criticized the media and other humanitarian businesses for currently being silent and abandoning people in Afghanistan with U.S. troops and citizens remaining pulled from Kabul.

Sahraa Karimi is the first and only woman in Afghanistan to maintain a Ph.D. in cinema and filmmaking and serves as the general director of the Afghan Film Organization.
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“We have grown accustomed to this silence, yet we know it is not fair,” she wrote. “We know that this conclusion to abandon our people today is wrong, that this hasty troop withdrawal is a betrayal of our folks and all that we did when Afghans received the Cold War for the west.” 

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Karimi pressed in her decree that she anticipates young women who are attending college will very likely be pressured out under the Taliban’s rule.

“Our people today were being forgotten then, top up to the Taliban’s dim rule, and now, soon after 20 decades of enormous gains for our country and particularly our young generations, all could be shed once again in this abandonment.”

The Related Press contributed to this report