Day 504 of ban on Girls’ Education!
Taliban prohibited girls from attending secondary schools since KBL collapsed into their hands. Millions of girls were stripped of such a fundamental basic human right. Please stand with Afghan women in demanding their basic human rights, we want education.
Northern Syria is a completely devastated region! As the snowstorms continue, more people are losing their shelter and the number of victims is increasing. There are no words to describe the extent of the crisis in northern Syria during these hours.
An aerial video of the aftermath of Turkey’s earthquake that registered 7.8 on the Richter scale. Complete destruction. Just heartbreaking.
When the world’s largest army handed over Afghanistan to such a group. These are the Taliban soldiers who do not even know the most basic military principles and they are ruling Afghanistan after US.
Sayar Sirat, an Afghan Special Forces member was kidnapped, tortured & killed by the Taliban yesterday. His hands and legs were amputated in the prison. Prisons in Afghanistan have been transformed into slaughterhouses. Prisoners are being subjected to electric shocks, amputation of limbs such as hands, feet, genitalia & dozens other horrible tortures. Does this happen in any jail, in any part of the world? North Korea? Iran? China? No. Where is United Nations @UNHumanRights
Afghan school teachers in Kandahar Province circa 1960s.
Qatar gave asharf ghani more than 110 million dollars, according to an investigation by Italy’s TG1, so he would not resist the Taliban. This network has made public the receipt of the funds that Ajmal Ahmadi received from the representative of Qatar.
Ismail Mashal, a university professor from Kabul, who started advocating for women and girls’ education, by distributing books to people in the city, was arrested by the Taliban today. One of his colleagues said, that he was beaten up before he was detained. It’s not surprising because the answer to speaking the truth has always been bullets and torture in the Taliban rule.
500days since the Taliban’s barbaric BAN on girls going to school & 36 days since they BANNED women from going to university. A father, taking his daughters to winter classes in a country where girls beyond 6th grade has no right to pursue any kind of formal education. (2-2-2023)
Mashal, a Kabul University professor burnt his educational documents and stopped teaching after Taliban banned girl’s education. Now he is giving away 21000 books to people in order study with holding a tree that symbolize the names of educational subjects. “Prof Mashal says he will protest against the ban on women’s education even if it means his death. We need more Ismail Mashals in #Afghanistan .
Imagine yourself being her. How is life on the chilly streets of Kabul? The Afghan child tragedy–the Taliban killed her father & later deprived her mother of a job, & now she is the sole earner of the family, selling eggs in the streets.
The Taliban-led Ministry of Public Health has introduced a new dress code for female doctors, mandating full coverage of their bodies and the use of face masks while on the job. They have also warned those who does not comply with this order. Afghanistan has turned into a prison for women in the 21st century. Why the world is silent on Afghanistan and its women?
Ban on girls’ education, women’s higher education, employment, travel, their existence in media, forced Hijab (Burqa), kidnapping of women activists and many more. These are all in contrast with The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. So why the United Nations UN Women Human Rights Watch are still silent? What are you waiting for? Do you want the Taliban to eliminate the word “woman” and their existence from Afghanistan? It’s time to push the world to take action immediately to save the women of Afghanistan!
This is AFG under Taliban rule and angry people are tearing the flag of Sweden. This is while 80% of Afghan people live below the poverty line and their daughters do not have the right to education, but no one protests.
The Taliban have reportedly told female health workers in kandahar province that they are NOT ALLOWED to go to work without a male guardian/relative (mahram). Every day is a bad day for women of Afghanistan. Taliban are pushing Afghanistan backward. They are erasing half the population from public spaces and there are no consequences and no accountability.
500 days since Taliban banned girls’ secondary educations in Afghanistan Taliban spokesman said that there is no clear date or decision about the reopening of the schools & it is their leader who will decide. Yesterday Taliban ordered all private universities to stop enrolling girl students. Afghanistan is the only country in the world that has turned into a home prison for women!
An Afghan woman holding her child begs on snow-covered pavement in Kabul, Afghanistan. One country, one picture, one year.
Kabul University students circa 1972-73. When life was normal and there was no war. This was the quiet before the storm and start of many useless revolutions which destroyed Afghanistan.
Women in public without covering their faces will be shot, warned these leaflets distributed in different areas of Kabul.
This world is laughing at us, but it’s not a funny video and the problem is not only covering the faces but life is really hard and painful for women in Afghanistan…
Heartbreaking reality of women’s life in Afghanistan nowadays! Women in Afghanistan are being increasingly restricted on what they’re allowed to do publicly under the rule of the Taliban..
A Taliban mullah has stated that men are allowed to BEAT a woman, if she leaves the house without her husband’s permission, if she doesn’t agree to dress up for her husband and if she does not pray. Taliban ideology is against the woman and development, against the human rights, against the education, against the pluralism. No one believes in Taliban.
“Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development.” It has been 528 days that Afghan girls are restrained from their basic right to education.
Women protesters in Kabul today: “On this international day of education women and girls in Afghanistan are deprived from this basic right. We say NO to Taliban regime and their policies. We don’t want the Taliban regime and their educational curriculum. We don’t want it!
On #EducationDay & for the first time, a group of girls and women in Kabul, set the Taliban’s flag on fire to express disgust and hatred for the group’s bans on women & girls.
Today the world celebrates #EducationDay while over 19 million Afghan girls r denied of this basic rights. Education is a human right, a public good and a public responsibility.What’s going to be done for Afghan women & girls whose future is hijacked by a group of terrorists??
A young man in Kabul writes — “from the house to the streets, to overthrow the Taliban”, in support of the women’s fight for freedom. Proud of such Afghan men standing with Afghan women. It fills me with hope to see such solidarity.
The number of women who have enrolled in higher education in Afghanistan over the past 22 years within one year period:
2001: 5000 female attendees in higher edu
2021: 103,854 female attendees in higher edu
2022: 0 (ZERO)female attendees in higher edu cos of Taliban.
Afghanistan is the ONLY country in the world where millions of girls are BANNED from going to school or university.
489 days since the Taliban cruelly banned girls over the age of 12 from going to school. Millions of girls are deprived of their fundamental right to education. The Taliban have also prohibited the access of women to the University.
Searching for knowledge is compulsory for every Muslim male and Muslim female. Freedom for Afghan girls and women is not a matter of religious interpretation but an issue of complete power and control over women by the Taliban.
UN apologises for photo of personnel in front of Taliban flag. The United Nations has apologized after photographs of some of its staff emerged in front of a Taliban flag in Afghanistan during a high-level visit to address the ban on women aid workers in the country… “That photo should never have been taken. It clearly shows a significant lapse in judgment. It was a mistake and we apologize for it,” said Farhan Haq, deputy spokesperson for Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
DO NOT FORGET ABOUT WOMEN IN #AFGHANISTAN
It’s been 486 days since the Taliban banned girls from attending secondary school, 28 days since #Afghanwomen have been banned from university and working for NGOs.
In Afghanistan, now even the female mannequin’s faces must be covered. The Taliban have ordered all shopkeepers to either behead female mannequins or cover their faces. Afghanistan – the only country where being a woman is a crime!
485 days since the Taliban banned teenage girls from school. Education is not a privilege, it is a basic human right, a right Afghan women and girls continue to be denied #LetAfghanGirlsLearn
Taliban‘s Ministry of Promoting Virtue and Prohibition of Vice has ordered the owners of women’s clothing stores to cover the faces of mannequins used for displaying clothes with aluminum paper or black plastic bags. Taliban are against women, art, equality, social justice and democracy.
The teenage daughter of a former female police officer commits suicide after the #Taliban who had entered her house and threatened her saying: “We collect booties from military (former govnmt) families. You should marry your daughter to the Mujahidin, this is the way of Jihad”
A Taliban official has warned that if women who work in the media do not observe the hijab properly and mix with their male colleagues in the office — the Taliban will issue a new order to shut down media in Afghanistan. At this point there’s no words left to describe their freaking obsession with women… What made them this unbelievably delusional and unreasonable?
483 days since the Ta|iban banned teenage GIRLS from school. EDUCATION is not a privilege, it is a basic HUMAN RIGHT!
We all know that it’s important to educate girls, it’s the one consistent determinant of progress for practically every development outcome, from mortality declines to economic growth, democracy & equity.
The war has devastated lives of Afghan women and now the violence of forced/early age marriages is at peak. Bride selling has become a common practice. Poverty is going to bring more miseries ahead if we don’t take action timely!
Mursal Nabizada, a member of previous Afghan parliament with her driver was killed by gunmen last night at her home in Kabul her brother has been injured as well. She was representing Nangarhar in previous parliament. The Taliban did such target killings in past & now that they are in the government & it’s easier then every time.
A women wearing a burqa sings — “I am disgusted with your religion. Curse your religion and your hearts of stone” to the Taliban. Afghanistan is the ONLY country in the world that BANS girls from school and women from university. The Taliban are committing crimes against humanity. The women of Afghanistan will NOT be silenced.
Women of Afghanistan literally put their lives on the line to stand against Taliban! Munisa Mubariz woman human rights defender sustained serious injuries when armed Taliban raided a peaceful protest and attacked the protesters. she says that she underwent disc surgery for the second time after being beaten by the Taliban during a peaceful protest.
This is how all the angry afghan men in my comment section look when I tell them forcing women to wear the hijab is not Islamic.
Female athletes under Taliban Rule!
Afghanistan is the only country in the world where girls are banned from education and working in offices, but girls can ask for charity on the road. The Taliban want to weaken Afghan women. Instead of studying and working, the Taliban provide ground for girls to ask for charity.
#Afghanistan | Shocking news from #Ghor province: women are not allowed to walk outside their homes without a male guardian, per order from the Taliban’s Governor Ahmad Shah Deendost to the Department for Vice & Virtue. Women in Afghanistan have lost all basic human rights. Yet the shameful silence on the Taliban’s war on women continue!
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The #Taliban senior commander for higher education Mullah. MohammadNadim visited Kabul university, he ordered the teachers and students to do their prayers on time and stay away from women everywhere.
For the first time, girls entered Kabul University in 1950. After 71 years, Kabul University is closed to them and now they can not attend their classes. Photo: Girls 60 years ago in #KabulUniversity.
Taliban have reportedly ordered all female beauty salons in a number of provinces across Afghanistan to CLOSE their business. They have also sent letters to landlords & told them not to rent to women.
Taliban carry US made weapons, fierce women of Afghanistan carry their own brave hearts.
Taliban issued a new ruling in Balkh province, Afghanistan, stating that women are not allowed to visit male doctors!! And, no education to women as well, so no female doctors either!!
The Taliban just ordered female shop owners in #Balkh province, north of Afghanistan, to close their businesses by Thursday. The Taliban say women aren’t observing proper hijabs. Running a small business was the last thing for some women to earn a living.
The Taliban’s Minister for Higher Education has said that “if we let women go to work, go to the park, not wear a hijab, go gym, then what will we answer to God. It is obligatory for men to protect the honour of women.”
The bright days of Kabul was free of extremism, fake Caliphs of Islam, and Talib terrorists!
A young female artist, Khomari, used to sing without a hijab and appeared in music programs, whilst male musicians played traditional instruments for her. She laughed, danced and sang.
This female student in Afghanistan recorded a video of herself wearing men’s clothes. She says “Because being a woman or girl has become a crime in Afghanistan, I have been forced to wear men’s clothes to show that no man is willing to stand up for women’s rights. We, women and girls, will stand up for our own rights. She asks the world not forget them as they fight for Afghanistans freedom. ”This time it’s a women’s revolution”
AFGHANISTAN: An army of hungry #women under the Taliban regime. The Taliban have banned women from working & their access to education. They are totally erased from public life which can count to a gender aparthied of the modern century.
This is the idea of Taliban. Neda Mohammad Nadim, Minister of Higher Education of the Taliban, says that 20 million of Afghanistan’s population of about 40 million are men, and if men work and study, there is no need for women’s jobs and education.
Heartbreaking video of an Afghan boy who wants desperately to go to school to get out of the cycle of poverty that inflicts him. I can’t imagine the burden this little man shoulders, or the hardship he suffers, or the pain of being unable to pursue his dreams and aspirations. Seeing him cry breaks my heart. Every human heart cries and longs for the same thing: a chance to fulfill their dreams and desires. And this kid’s dream is to be able to go to school and not worry about earning enough to support his family.
You broke my pen, burned my books and crucified my education! But, my hope, desire, courage, determination, diligence and hard work have turned me into a Messiah who will guide and lead the world one day!
The year 2022 brought nothing but pain, suffering, and displacement. Last year, I did not spare any kind of effort to show the real faces of Taliban to the world, and to raise the voice of suppressed Afghan women whose basic rights of education were denied. I consider starting the new year of 2023 a good omen, with the same vow of resistance against the terrorist group until the day of freedom in my homeland. I will fight against all of the darkness, deprivations, and inequalities – stronger than before.
Happy new year 2023!!
The Tajik, Hazara and Uzbek women and girls will never abandon education. No matter how hard the struggle is, we will learn, we will teach and we will prevail over the dark shadows of misogyny!
Once upon a time, our beautiful Kabul was free of extremism, fake Caliphs of Islam, and Talib terrorists. The below picture shows the civilization and democracy phase of Afghanistan. (1970-the 80s)
Taliban decision to ban girls’ education is an undeclared war against Islam and humanity!
They will never win!! Education will prevail! End the slavery of women in Afghanistan, let her learn, let her work, let her breath..
Elon Musk is willing to verify the accounts of the Taliban and ISIS on Twitter for $15 a month. Omar Briyal, a member of the Taliban group, received an official badges!
Time will go ON, Afghanistan will one day, raise up. But this inhumane, wild and heart wrenching pictures will forever prick our hearts! At least 139 afghan refugees women and children have been imprisoned in the Central Jail of Karachi #pakistan who have been waiting for their deportation orders since last 2 months. Some of the women are pregnant, they need proper medical treatment and a good environment. Where is Human rights? Where is refugees protection?
The story of half of the population of Afghanistan! Story of every little girl, whose no longer allowed to go to school! The story of every young and old women of this forbidden land!
Under the current regime in Afghanistan, it is okay for girls to stay begging/working on streets till late night but it is not okay to go to school/university or to work in offices. Isn’t it shocking!
Taliban also shut down women run bakeries. Don’t learn, Don’t work, Don’t leave your house, Don’t eat, Don’t breath.
“In protest to the ban on #Afghan women from public life, a female Afghan student from Kabul has embroidered #AllOrNone on a piece of fabric using needle and thread. Not being able to afford buying cardboard and color pens, she used what she had at her disposal.”
Female students in northern Balkh province stand outside a university and cannot access the campus. The Taliban has banned millions of girls from attending schools and universities. This is Afghanistan!!
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