COLLAGE OF AFGHANISTAN
The Taliban did not permit female students of American University of Afghanistan who wanted to go to Qatar to continue their studies.
The Taliban said them that you do not have Muharram.
70 female students were prevented to go Qatar.
One of the girls in a audio message while crying says, they allowed the boys to board the plane, but they gave us our bags back at the airport and told us go home.
When Afghanistan was free !
A land where women’s right at par with western nations..there were no restrictions on women’s education..
Afghanistan is the only country on this planet that its past is brighter than its future.
Taliban ordered new restrictions in Kabul.
1- Businesses must close during prayer times. (5 times a day)
2- Mandatory presence at mosques during prayers and learning Sharia.
3- Music is banned at weddings.
The Taliban will punish those who do not comply.
I am Fayeza and I am from Afghanistan. It has been a year that the Taliban snatched all fundamental rights if women, and girls. As an Afghan woman , I urge the #UNSC not to extend the Taliban travel ban waiver.
The @UN ended the travel ban exemptions for 13 Taliban officials after failing to reach an agreement on a possible extension. China & Russia at #UNSC still want the exemptions to be extended.
A brave 17-year-old Panjshiri girl has killed 24 Taliban fighters in #Panjshir valley.
This case happened after the #Taliban martyred a family member of this girl on charge of collaboration with the resistance front.
Sometimes, there are hard days.
Days stretched limitless, full of agonising pain that seem as if there’s no room for hope. But at the end, it’s only a passing matter, this shadow. Even darkest of time must pass.
Aug 15, 2021 is a dark day in the history of Afghanistan
“15th August 2021: The fall of Kabul, the fall of hopes”
One year of Taliban’s terror show, barbarism, darkness, tyranny, oppression, discrimination, poverty, hunger, lawlessness, grief, depression and homesickness!
One year on this day ; Misery, grief and violence enveloped the whole of my life. A year of collapse, losses, separations, fall, escape, exile and refugee — my wounds are reopening, we lost home and dignity. Last year this time, I was home, I had my own corner of peace and freedom— everything was giving meaning and had soul.
It is an anniversary of calamity …
We will stand but never forget those cheap politicians who sold us like we are nothing
[Pic: When I left my homeland]
The #Taliban shot a 16 year old girl while she was carrying water from a spring in #Panjshir province.
According to local sources, this incident took place yesterday in Abdullahkhil area, Dara district, Panjshir province.
It is exactly one year since the girls have been banned from education in Afghanistan.
At the same time as the shaky walls of the republic government fell down, so are the dreams and ambitions of a generation especially the girls to have equal rights in a free country.
15th of August The black day of the people of Afghanistan
Black day for humanity.
This is what happened on 15th August!
The Taliban’s greatest fear: the Afghan brave women.
Why the international community still find it this easy to ignore afghan women ?
They have single-handedly kept the civic resistance against a terrorist group alive. The Taliban are afraid of educated women, because they know what will cause their collapse and overthrow from the pages of history is the education of women and girls, they know deprivation of women from education will keep the people of Afghanistan in the path of poverty, ignorance and backwardness which will eventually be the key for their survival.
The Taliban are afraid of women becoming literate and vigilant; the Taliban do not see a stronger enemy than women.
On the top of that, They exploit women’s education as leverage to force the international community to swap it for international legitimacy to their so-called interim government.
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