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Monday, September 20, 2021

Why does Taliban hate women so much? Only work allowed which men cannot do

The interim mayor of Afghanistan's capital Kabul has said that the country's new Taliban rulers have ordered many female employees of the city to stay at home. Women are allowed to do what men cannot. The decision will prevent most female workers from returning to work and is another sign that the Taliban is implementing a harsher interpretation of Islam, including restrictions on women in public life, while promising a tolerant and inclusive government .
During the regime in the 1990s, the Taliban banned girls and women from going to school and working. In recent days, the new Taliban government has issued several decrees curbing the rights of girls and women. He told middle and high school girls not to come to school at the moment, while schools for boys have been opened from the end of this week. University girl students have been informed that boys and girls will have separate classes and will have to follow a strict Islamic dress code. In the previous US-backed government, universities were co-educational in most places. The Taliban seized power last month by overthrowing this government.

Women should stay at home till further decision: Namoni

Elsewhere in Kabul, Interim Mayor Hamdullah Namoni, addressing a press conference for the first time since his appointment, said on Sunday that before the Taliban took power last month, there were about 3,000 female workers in the city and they worked in all departments. Used to do Namoni said that the women workers have been ordered to stay in their homes for the next decision. He said that only those women have been allowed to work in whose place men cannot work. These include skilled workers in the design and engineering departments, besides women looking after public toilets for women, he said.

Women demonstrated outside the ministry

The Taliban on Friday shut down the Ministry of Women's Affairs and replaced it with the Ministry of Virtue Propaganda and Demerit Prevention and has been tasked with enforcing Islamic law. रOn Sunday, more than a dozen women demonstrated outside the ministry and held placards demanding women's participation in public life. It was written on a placard, in which women are not active, it is a lifeless society. The 30-year-old protester named Basira Tawana said, "Why are they (Talibans) taking away our rights? We have come here for the rights of ourselves and our daughters.

Girls have to open schools on their own

Women's rights activist Fauzia Kufi, a member of the Afghan government's peace talks delegation, said on Sunday that Afghan girls should reopen schools on their own. According to the media report, Kufi said, the teachers should stand with the girls in protest. "The Taliban had promised to protect women's rights, but the group is not living up to its promises," she said. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) welcomed the reopening of schools in Afghanistan from Saturday, but stressed that girls should not be kept out of the classroom.

Unable to function due to Taliban interference: AIHRC

The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) said the Taliban had taken over their offices. The commission said that the work was not being done due to the intervention of the Taliban. The AIHRC, despite being in office, has been unable to fulfill its duties towards the Afghan people. All of the AIHRC buildings are occupied by Taliban forces, who have also made appointments and used AIHRC assets such as cars and computers.