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Taliban orders women attending private universities to wear niqab

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Since the Taliban has taken over Afghan soil, a large number of protests could be seen occurring among the people against the rules. However each time, different amounts of suppressing steps have been taken by the rule to stop or suppress the protests of the people. Many rules have been made laws by them, while many laws have been converted into meaningless words as all kinds of modifications have been subjected to the Afghan soil. However, this time, a completely new set of rules have been released by them meant for the women studying in Private universities.

Rules meant for the women attending private Afghan universities

All Women attending private Afghan universities must wear a  niqab covering most of the face as the Taliban have ordered that the classes must be distinguished by sex or at least divided by the curtains. The education authority of the Taliban has also ordered that the female students or women could only be taught by women, but if that criterion is not possible then “old men” of good character could also go for the post.

Women studying in private universities must adhere to all the rules

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The rules apply to women gaining their education from private colleges as well as the universities, which have bloomed since the Taliban’s first rule ended in 2001. During that period, girls and women were mostly not allowed widely to receive education because of certain rules embedded in same-sex classrooms and the rule that they had to be accompanied by a male relative whenever they had to go outside the house.

In recent years,  burqas and niqabs have almost been invisible from the streets of Kabul, but are seen mostly in smaller towns

Women have to end their class five minutes before restraining from mingling with the male peers

According to the rule, the women have to study separately, they must also end their lesson five minutes before refraining from mingling. 

The authority of education of Taliban has also ordered that the female students or women could only be taught by women, but if that criterion is not possible then “old men” of good character could also go for the post.

The rules apply to private colleges as well as the universities, which have bloomed since the Taliban’s first rule ended in 2001. During that period, girls and women were mostly not allowed widely to receive education because of certain rules embedded in same-sex classrooms and the rule that they had to be accompanied by a male relative whenever they had to go outside the house.

Recently, in Afghanistan, burqas, and niqabs have almost been invisible from the streets of Kabul, but are seen mostly in smaller towns. It might happen that due to this very reason, the Taliban has taken certain steps for women to ensure the wearing of Niqab. The above-mentioned decree is only suitable for Private universities in Afghanistan.

Also Read: Woman activist thrashed by Taliban during protest, protestors forced to disperse

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