Taliban said – Women and Girls should Stay at Home to be Safe

Now that the Taliban themselves have ordered them to be imprisoned in their homes, it can be understood how bad
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Image Credit: DB

After the occupation of Afghanistan, and especially Kabul, the Taliban said that according to Sharia, women would be given the freedom to work. Only after 10 days, the real face of this terrorist organization has come to the fore. Now the Taliban have said that women and girls can stay safe at home. They should not come out, because Talibanis have not been trained to respect women.

After the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan, the world is most concerned about the women and girls here. Now that the Taliban themselves have ordered them to be imprisoned in their homes, it can be understood how bad the situation is.

Taliban had indicated after the capture

According to a CNN report, Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid held a press conference on Tuesday. In this, on a question asked about the safety of women and girls, he said – they should not leave the house for work or employment. I believe that they are not safe outside the house because Talibanis have not been trained to respect women.

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Image Credit: BBC

The Taliban had indicated after the capture of Kabul that they would adopt a more liberal attitude towards women than in the past. They will be given an exemption for work and education. However, only a week later, the reality of his claims is being revealed by the spokesperson himself.

It's not an order, it's advice

According to the Mujahide, women have been advised to stay in homes, and this is temporary. It should not be taken as an order. He said- We are trying not to misbehave with women and for this Talibanis will be trained. I believe that the Taliban keep changing and that is why they have not been trained. Mujahid said- We urge women not to be afraid. We want them to work. But before that, let the situation become normal. So that they can go to their work safely. When all is well, we will allow them to work.

World bank strict

Global organizations have also started showing strictness regarding human rights violations under the Taliban. The World Bank has halted funding to Afghanistan. The United Nations has also said that the reports about human rights in Afghanistan are disturbing.

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Image Credit: India TV

The Taliban was in power from 1996 to 2001. During this, he had made the life of women hell. They were beaten up with whips in the middle of the road. They were even killed by stoning. Afghanistan's Women Robotics has meanwhile reached Mexico.

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