With the ceremony held to commemorate the victims of the attacks in the United States on September 11, 2001, photos of the events they participated in began to circulate on the Internet Fully covered women -with veil Blacks-it is said that they also support the Taliban.
All of this happened on Saturday, September 11-at Shahid Laban University of EducationI, Kabul-asked reporters and reporters a lot of questions. What is the purpose of these women participating in pro-Taliban activities. Do they disguise themselves as Taliban women? Why does such restrictive clothing suddenly appear?
This is thanks to what the journalists working in the U.S. know Kabul, Afghanistan.
What people know about Afghan students participating in pro-Taliban activities
They must have seen the news Taliban “Will allow” Afghan women continue to study, but in a different group.
In other words, in addition to the fact that students must go to school, classes will be divided by gender Meet the Islamic dress code.
Photos of pro-Taliban women taking part in activities started to circulate.
in accordance with world, It’s about 300 women He is said to support the new fundamentalist government.
Here we say “It is said” Because it’s not yet clear what the basis for this support is, in addition, reporters in Kabul shared testimony to ensure that women They are forced to participate.
For example, freelance journalists Natick Malikzada Shared the testimony of a student from Kabul University. He said that the Taliban pressured them to veil The blacks they distribute themselves.
But this Subpoena is a threatBecause if students do not attend, then they will be expelled from the school-except for being accused of being permanently banned from studying anywhere in Afghanistan.
Already in the event, the reporter heard such things as “We fully support the government” or “women’s safety”, And this group of students holding Taliban flags and even wearing Black gloves.
As these changes unfolded in the Afghan education system, the Taliban did not abandon the old rhetoric of gender restrictions—in fact, Taliban spokesperson guarantee TOLO News The new government (the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan) does not require women to be members of the cabinet, and her job is to be at home.