Violation of Human Rights: A Comparative Analysis of Syria and Afghanistan

  • Kashish Sarvaiya
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  • Kashish Sarvaiya

    Student at R.A. Podar College of Commerce and Economics, India

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Human rights violations have a significant and far-reaching effect on both people and communities. The situation in Syria is still very serious, and everyday violations of human rights are still being perpetrated by the Syrian government. As a direct consequence of decades of war and bloodshed in Afghanistan, the Afghan people have been subjected to extensive violations of their human rights, including beatings and electric shocks, as well as these forms of mistreatment of detainees by Afghan security personnel. It is very necessary for the international community to take action in order to provide support to the Afghan government and the Afghan population in their attempts to construct a society that is more fair, peaceful, and stable.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 1198 - 1207


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