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Taliban issues horrifying diktat on Afghanistan girls and women; not allowed to go out without male escort

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The Taliban, having captured more than two-thirds of Afghanistan, are now issuing horrifying diktats to girls and women, especially in the areas that are currently under their control.


As per a report by Associated Press, a school teacher from northern Afghanistan’s Takhar province said that after Taliban capture, women were not allowed to go out to the market without a male escort. The families that have taken refuge in Kabul bear evidence of the decremental diktat the terrorist outfit has already begun issuing.

UN President on the issue

Antonio Guterres 1 Taliban The North-Eastern Chronicle

Antonio Guterres, the Secretary-General to the United Nations on Friday said that dreadful reports of Taliban oppression on women and girls have emerged from areas that have already been seized. “I’m… deeply disturbed by early indications that the Taliban are imposing severe restrictions on human rights in the areas under their control, particularly targeting women and journalists,” Guterres told reporters.

Also Read: 12 Provincial Afghanistan capitals under Taliban control, captures key cities Herat and Ghazni

Capture of Kabul just a matter of time

As of now, the Taliban are in control of more than two-thirds of Afghanistan. This includes Herat and Kandahar, the two of the largest cities in the country. Reports say that the occupation of Kabul is now just a matter of time. President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani on Saturday said that he was remobilizing the armed forces.

Reminiscence of the dark days of the past

Associated Press interviewed Zahra (name changed) who described her dark present times as she expresses concern for the future. She said that after Herat was taken over by the Taliban, she was unable to work and does not know when she will be able to work again.

She is worried that she will no longer be able to play the guitar and her brother won’t be able to play football. Like Zahra, thousands of Afghan women and girls will again be pushed back to the dark days of the past.

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