“The words of Nura Musse Ali do not represent the thinking of the Democratic Party, which has always fought for the role of women to be recognized, in Italy as well as in the world. For this reason, in dissociating ourselves from his words and in reiterating our opposition to every regime that eliminates the dignity of people, we ask that he resigns “. Thus in a note Enrico Borghi, of the national secretariat of the Democratic Party, after the statements of the member of the Equal Opportunity Commission, nominated Dem, of the Tuscany Region.
The 35-year-old originally from Somalia and Pisan by training ended up in the storm after in an interview with the Tyrrhenian she said she was in favor of the return of the Taliban to Afghanistan. “Maybe someone will be surprised, but I am in favor of the fundamentalist taking power in Afghanistan, not because it shares their modus operandi. I believe that what we are experiencing was a must in history, for that country to finally begin its slow path towards an evolutionary interpretation of its laws and the maturation of the concept of political and social life “, his words.
“She is part of the Equal Opportunities Commission of the Tuscany Region and has declared herself in favor of the return of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan: the words of Nura Musse Ali, indicated by the Democratic Party and interviewed by local media, are very serious especially because they are spoken by a woman”, remarked the leader of the League Matteo Salvini. “How can you support a regime led by criminals who kill, rape, torture and lock up women? We are sure that Letta and Giani will distance themselves, because the apology of radical Islam is incompatible with our democracy”, he added the Northern League secretary, addressing the secretary of the Democratic Party and the president of the Tuscany region.
After the Democratic Party’s stance with Borghi, Salvini returned to the case: “The words of Nura Musse Ali have been known for at least 48 hours, but only after the League’s denunciation did some members of the Democratic Party distance themselves: better late than never . I wonder if Letta, who has not yet spoken, shares the pro-Taliban words coming from his Tuscany, “Salvini said.