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Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your colleagues in AIHRC Jalalabad

Dear Sima and friends,

May I add my personal condolences to you and my friends at the commission. I do not have much to add to what Horia has conveyed already. My heart goes out to the families of those who lost their lives in the service of human rights and I wish those injured a full recovery.

Warm regards,
Richard


Richard Bennett
Representative and Head of UN Office,
Amnesty International, New York
777 UN Plaza, 6th Floor
[email protected]
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From:        Horia Mosadiq/I.S./Amnesty International
To:        "Sima Samar" <[email protected]>,
Cc:        David Griffiths/I.S./Amnesty International, Richard Bennett/I.S./Amnesty [email protected], $afghanistanteam
Date:        10/26/2015 01:17 PM
Subject:        Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your colleagues in AIHRC Jalalabad




Dear Dr. Sahib Samar,

I on behalf of my colleagues in Amnesty International express our deepest condolences on the loss of your colleagues in Jalalabad today. We are very saddened and shocked to hear the news about the two colleagues killed and six others injured while travelling to the office today in a road side bomb. Amnesty International condemn such attacks in strongest terms.

We wish a quick recovery for the injured and may the soul of our deceased colleagues rest in peace.
Meanwhile  Amnesty International is in the process of issuing a Public Statement in solidarity with AIHRC at this very difficult time and we are sure that such attacks will not undermine the important work that AIHRC is doing to protect and promote human rights in Afghanistan.

Kind regards,

Horia Mosadiq
Afghanistan Researcher
Asia- Pacific Programme
Amnesty International
International Secretariat
Tel: +44 (0)20 7413 5649

 

Dear Sima,

Indeed, as Horia says, we were shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the attack, and would like to send our condolences and solidarity in this tragic moment. These are difficult days for Afghanistan.

With best regards,

David

David Griffiths
South Asia Research Director and Transition Lead
T +44 20 3036 5891 | M +44 7432 633 675 | Twitter @dlgriffiths




From:        Horia Mosadiq/I.S./Amnesty International
To:        "Sima Samar" <[email protected]>,
Cc:        David Griffiths/I.S./Amnesty International, Richard Bennett/I.S./Amnesty [email protected], $afghanistanteam

Date:        26/10/2015 17:17
Subject:        Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your colleagues in AIHRC Jalalabad

 

Dear Dr. Sahib Samar,

I on behalf of my colleagues in Amnesty International express our deepest condolences on the loss of your colleagues in Jalalabad today. We are very saddened and shocked to hear the news about the two colleagues killed and six others injured while travelling to the office today in a road side bomb. Amnesty International condemn such attacks in strongest terms.

We wish a quick recovery for the injured and may the soul of our deceased colleagues rest in peace.
Meanwhile  Amnesty International is in the process of issuing a Public Statement in solidarity with AIHRC at this very difficult time and we are sure that such attacks will not undermine the important work that AIHRC is doing to protect and promote human rights in Afghanistan.

Kind regards,

Horia Mosadiq
Afghanistan Researcher
Asia- Pacific Programme
Amnesty International
International Secretariat
Tel: +44 (0)20 7413 5649