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Afghan Women Take to the Streets Against Taliban Ban on Work
Politics

Afghan Women Take to the Streets Against Taliban Ban on Work

The Taliban tightened their grip on Afghan women's rights, reduced access to work, and denied girls the right to secondary education the horror was seen on Monday in Afghanistan. Delivering a softer version of his brutal and oppressive regime of the 1990s, Islamic fundamentalists are snatching freedoms a month after seizing power. Afghan women come to the streets to protest against the Taliban according to the report. "I may die too," said a woman dismissed from her senior role in the foreign ministry. "I was in charge of an entire department and I had many women working with me... now we all have lost our jobs," she said. Also, read| Taliban Started Targeting Women Judges and Lawyers in Afghanistan Afghan Women Mayur of Afghanistan said all the jobs of women will be filled by m...
Taliban Started Targeting Women Judges and Lawyers in Afghanistan
World

Taliban Started Targeting Women Judges and Lawyers in Afghanistan

The talk of atrocities on women had started gaining momentum since the Taliban took over in Afghanistan, but the Taliban is leaving no stone unturned to put pressure on women. Because of this, Afghan women are forced to leave the country. These include women judges as well. Those who had once been sentenced to Taliban are and are living in danger due to the Taliban and are fleeing the country to save their lives. Apart from women judges, many female Afghan human rights activists are also trapped in Afghanistan. There is a danger to their lives too. Also, read| Taliban Terrorists break world-famous ‘Ghajini Gate’ Women judges fear being killed by the Taliban The Taliban have released all prisoners from prison while occupying Afghanistan. Now he is looking for lawyers along with w...
Taliban started to rule in occupied areas: Women will not be able to go out alone
World

Taliban started to rule in occupied areas: Women will not be able to go out alone

The Taliban, with a dangerous customs policy, has again captured Afghanistan. The memories of the Taliban's rule between 1996 and 2001 are fresh in the minds of the people there. People did not have freedom then. The fear of Taliban terrorists was so much that people from other countries were hesitant to reach Afghanistan. This is the reason that when the Taliban captured the capital Kabul as well, people broke down at the airport. On Monday, people sat on the tires of the flying US Air Force plane. Three people died after falling from the sky. Do you know what was it like in the previous Taliban rule, remembering that the people there do not want to take the risk this time and want to leave the country? Also, read| India to give Emergency visa to Afghanistan citizens These were the ...