A statement was submitted by them, stating that, the behaviour of Soviet in Afghanistan makes U.N charter mockery and also dis-respects the Human rights declaration, IHL and civilized behaviour norms. During the military operations led by US, in 2001, against Taliban, the officials of Taliban invoked, repeatedly, human rights as well as war norms law to condemn the actions of US. Groups of human rights that are working in Afghanistan for the past 2 and a half decade inclusive of HRW (Human right watch), also have repeatedly invoked IHL and HRL (Human rights law) for criticizing the foreign governments that operate on the territory of Afghan.
Repeatedly IHL and standards of human rights have been invoked by Human rights watch for criticizing the behaviour of Soviet forces in the year 1980. More recently these rights have been invoked for criticizing the coalition forces and US military forces in Afghanistan. The Islamic conferences organization has further invoked norms of Geneva convention and standards of human rights within its armed conflict resolution with regard to Afghanistan bases Soviet occupation and the conflict of civilians in the year 1990. Most of the insurgent acts that this report discusses are those that are acted out through suicide attackers bombing by wearing explosive included clothes or vehicles driven with explosives filled in them.
In virtually, every case investigated by the Human rights watch from 2006, in which suicide bombers attacked the objectives of military, the attacker feigned the status of civilians and violated the prohibition of not committing harm to them. Attackers were not carrying any weapon in an open way and also wore uniforms or appearance that could not make them be identified as combatants. The commanders of these insurgent acts have consistently carried out suicide bombing attacks after it was evident that the attack method was in-discriminatory in nature, Suicide bomb attacks, in theory are very specific, with attacker having the ability of determining in a specific way, where and when the explosives will be detonated. The human rights watch, however, found that, in practical situations, bombers were under panic frequently. This causes them to set off explosive at wrong place and wrong time and disregard the nearby civilians. This has happened again and again from 2006 to 2007 with enormous loss to life of civilians. Those commanders who deploy in a knowing way such indiscriminate weapons are those that commit war based crimes.