QUESTIONS: Does it make sense to stop women from working? Is it appropriate to force women to cover all their bodies in the public?
Those who did not believe them as the Taliban took over power and urged women to join the government were correct.
Barely weeks after the Taliban took over power in Afghanistan, they have started trampling on women’s rights by asking them to stop going to work and stay at home. The women who are employed were asked to send their male relatives to replace them.
Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid said in a news conference that they’ve asked women to stay at home because Taliban soldiers are not trained to respect women.
In the past, women were banned from the workplace and stopped from leaving their homes unaccompanied by a male guardian.
Women were forced by the Taliban to cover their entire bodies whenever they were stepping out in the public.
Taliban leaders have refused to guarantee that women’s rights will not be stripped back.
Meanwhile, The UN has called for a transparent and prompt investigation into reports of human rights abuses since the Taliban took over power again.
The question again – Does it make sense to stop women from working? Is it appropriate to force women to cover all their bodies in the public? Please share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.
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