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Restrictions on Women: 151 Organizations Ceased Activities in Afghanistan

Before the fall of the republic, the Taliban had hinted at changing their views on women. However, once they came to power, they completely excluded women from all aspects of society, denying them their rights and freedom. This has caused 151 non-governmental organizations to cease their operations in the country. Furthermore, reports indicate that the international community has not provided any…
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Inadequate Planning: Residents of Bamiyan and Daikundi are Stranded due to Road Blockage

Residents of Bamiyan and Daikundi provinces are complaining about the roads being blocked due to heavy storms, snowfalls, and frosts. They are demanding that if the Taliban authorities do not take action, vehicles and passengers will be put in dangerous situations. They are also warning that people will suffer and grocery and fuel prices will increase significantly due to the Taliban's lack of…
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Absence of Female Specialists: The Health Sector is “Paralyzed” in Ghor

After the start of winter and the first snowfall, the roads between Ghor, Kabul, and Herat have been completely blocked. Additionally, the roads connecting the districts of Ghor are also becoming impassable due to the heavy snow. Meanwhile, citizens are also expressing their dissatisfaction with the lack of female doctors, saying that the health sector in Ghor has become paralyzed. They are…
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Property Usurpation: Nomads have Confiscated 150 Acres of Tajiks’ Land

As the Taliban continue to rule over the country, some Pashtun nomads, a tribe supported by the Taliban, have started confiscating the property of other tribes in the corners of the country. Following Takhar, Sar-e Pol, Baghlan, and other provinces, people in Badghis are now facing usurpation challenges. The most recent case reveals that the Pashtuns of Jawand district in Badghis have grabbed the…
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Economic Crisis in Afghanistan, Citizens are Worried

The vice-chancellor for the Political Deputy Office of the United Nations has recently warned that the economic situation in Afghanistan will deteriorate. According to the organization, if the Taliban do not lift the restrictions imposed on women, Afghanistan will step into a "new stage of catastrophe". Since the Taliban have deprived Afghan women of working in domestic and foreign organizations,…
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Poverty Trauma and Taliban’s Misogyny: Forced, Underage Marriages Increased in Afghanistan

Hard restrictions and limitations imposed by the Taliban on women and girls have caused numerous troubles among Afghan girls. Unfortunately, this has extremely paved the way for “selling and forced, underage marriages of girls” after that the Taliban deprived Afghan women and girls of their basic rights in Afghanistan. In its recent conversation with girls who had to compulsorily accept the…
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19 Former ANDSF Members Killed in Last Two Months in North Afghanistan

19 ex-military soldiers of the former Afghan government have been killed in different ways in just three northern provinces of the country in the past two months. Most of the bodies found were slaughtered and left in the plains, gardens, and roadsides. According to the sources, these former soldiers were killed after being tortured by the Taliban for collaborating with the NRF (National…
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OIC Calls for Global Islamic Campaign Against Taliban for University Education Ban on Women

At the 29th December meeting of the International Islamic Fiqh Academy, the Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) called for a global campaign to unite the Islamic world against the Taliban in response to the ban on girls' education. Although the Taliban provide a religious justification for the decision to the university education ban for women, the OIC…
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Taliban Unjustifiably Introduces ‘No Depart’ Order on Thousands of Civilians

The Taliban introduced a general amnesty after taking over Afghanistan in August 2021. According to the order of the Taliban's supreme leader, Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzad, all those who worked in the former government have been exempted from prosecution and harassment. However, in practice, this order has not been implemented thoroughly, given that hundreds of former soldiers have been prosecuted…
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What Does a Taliban School Curriculum Look Like?

By Lauryn Oates, The Diplomat The U.S. decision to leave Afghanistan in the way that it did last year has had terrible consequences. The most consequential of all may prove to be the Taliban’s overhaul of Afghanistan’s public education system. The Afghan newspaper Hasht-e-Subh obtained a copy of the Taliban’s proposed modification of the country’s school curricula. The Dari translation…
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