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World Human Rights Day Marked In Kabul

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Sunday, December 11, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The World Human Rights Day was marked in a ceremony at the justice ministry. 
The ceremony was attended by a number of National Assembly members, deputy ministers of some ministries, diplomats of foreign countries in Kabul. 
Addressing the gathering justice minister Habibullah Ghalib said that human rights has for lone time been practiced and that the 63 years back after the Second World War adopted the Human Rights Declaration but human rights is still to be materialized in some countries even at the present moment. 
He added that though some countries have incorporated this declaration in their laws and that Afghanistan has inserted the provisions of the human rights in its laws and religious rites. 
He noted that Islamic law is far better than the human rights and we respect these rights on the basis of our traditional and religious practices. 
The UN representative also spoke at this ceremony and said that it is clear that human rights in reality ensures justice in the world and fortunately Afghanistan too has this as part of its policies and tries that this will assist peace and we shall continue our cooperation to this end as well. 
Farid Hamidi representative of Independent Human Rights Commission spoke that marking of this day is an opportunity for the victims of human rights towards those violating the human rights and definitely justice is an important part of human rights that no attention has been attached to it in Afghanistan till now.

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