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Monday, November 22, 2021

Talibani decree: Now TV serials with female actresses should be stopped, wearing hijab at the time of anchoring is mandatory

The Taliban administration on Sunday issued new "Islamic religious guidelines", according to which female actresses cannot be shown in serials or daily soaps on television channels in the country.
Talibani decre
After coming to power, the Taliban talked about giving freedom to work for women, but now once again the way religious guidelines are being issued, it seems that the organization has retained its old tradition. In fact, the Taliban administration has issued new 'Islamic religious guidelines' on Sunday, according to which female actresses cannot be shown in serials or daily soaps on television channels in the country. Not only this, the Taliban have also ordered to stop the telecast of all the old serials made with female actresses. The Taliban decree also states that women TV journalists should wear hijab while anchoring.

Orders to stop the program related to Prophet Muhammad

The ministry also asked the channels not to air films or programs that featured Prophet Muhammad or other dignitaries. The Taliban ministry called for a ban on films or programs that are against Islamic and Afghan values. Ministry spokesman Hakif Mohajir told AFP news agency that these were religious guidelines, not rules.

New guidelines circulated on social media networks

The new guidelines were widely circulated on social media networks late Sunday. The Taliban have already imposed rules on what women can and cannot wear to university. In addition, many Afghan journalists were beaten up and harassed despite promises to uphold the freedom of the press.