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Afghanistan province reopens girls’ high school without official approval: report

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Authorities in an japanese province of Afghanistan have reopened some women’ excessive colleges though the transfer has not been formally authorized. 

“The colleges have opened some days in the past. The foundations about Islam, tradition and customs are noticed. The principal of faculties requested the scholars to return again to highschool, and the ladies’ excessive colleges are open,” Mawlawi Khaliqyar Ahmadzai, head of Paktia province’s tradition and data division, informed Reuters. 

The Taliban took management of Afghanistan because the U.S. navy totally withdrew its troops in August 2021. The group pledged to guard girls’s rights “inside the limits of Islam,” which raised questions as to what rights girls would nonetheless get pleasure from beneath the brand new emirate. The worldwide group shortly discovered that the checklist would stay very brief.

The U.N. Safety Council urged the Taliban to “swiftly reverse” insurance policies and practices towards Afghanistan girls and women, who’ve been banned from secondary training, which The Guardian newspaper wrote is simply in need of an outright ban on greater training for ladies.

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Afghan girls chant and maintain indicators of protest throughout an indication in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 26, 2022. 
(AP Picture/Mohammed Shoaib Amin)

Taliban leaders indicated they could reopen colleges in March 2022, however they as an alternative postponed that call, including, “We don’t say they are going to be closed perpetually.” 

The choice to open colleges in Paktia occurred with out official approval. A spokesman informed Reuters the province’s training division had no superior discover and had no response from the nationwide training ministry on the matter. 

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Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen final 12 months informed Fox Information Digital that there “will probably be no difficulty about girls’s rights” following the group’s takeover. However, in a current follow-up interview, he argued Afghanistan has “a unique society” that “can’t be matched to a European society.” 

Suhail Shaheen, Afghan Taliban spokesman, speaks during a joint news conference in Moscow, Russia. The Taliban broke its silence Aug. 4, 2022, days after a U.S. drone strike killing al Qaeda's top leader in Afghanistan’s capital.

Suhail Shaheen, Afghan Taliban spokesman, speaks throughout a joint information convention in Moscow, Russia. The Taliban broke its silence Aug. 4, 2022, days after a U.S. drone strike killing al Qaeda’s high chief in Afghanistan’s capital.
(AP Picture/Alexander Zemlianichenko, Pool, File)

Shaheen pushed a rosier image than what critics have charged and claimed the Taliban have labored to combine girls into the federal government and roles of energy and haven’t restricted entry to training in any respect. He additionally claimed that the group has positioned girls in positions on the ministries of training, greater training, public well being and inside, amongst others.

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Piers Morgan raised the problem in an interview with Shaheen, noting that the spokesman’s personal daughters attend faculty, however Shaheen insisted that it was as a result of they “observe hijab.” He just lately informed NPR that the problem of girls in colleges centered on “faculty uniforms.” 

A member of Taliban forces fires into the air to disperse Afghan women during a rally to protest Taliban restrictions on women in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 28, 2021. 

A member of Taliban forces fires into the air to disperse Afghan girls throughout a rally to protest Taliban restrictions on girls in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 28, 2021. 
(Reuters/Ali Khara)

“We by no means stated we have been in opposition to the training [of women],” Shaheen claimed in a current Fox Information Digital interview. “It’s a common proper for all. Secondly, the image will not be as it’s portrayed by our opponents.”

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Shaheen, ignoring studies from NGOs and the U.N. on the scenario for ladies and women, tried to shift the blame to media studies. 

“Proper now, there are 450,000 college students of personal and public universities, all for Afghanistan, and hundreds of thousands of women finding out in main colleges and likewise in secondary colleges,” he added. “It isn’t like it’s being offered by some media.”

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