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Afghan women fight for freedom by posting pictures of them wearing national costumes: #DoNotTouchMyClothes

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#DoNotTouchMyClothes is the hashtag that accompanies photos posted by Afghan women. After staging protests in Afghanistan's largest cities, the protest against Taliban rules has now moved to social media.



Afghan women around the world post on social media images in which they wear colorful folk costumes, using the hashtag #DoNotTouchMyClothes - "don't touch my clothes".

The protest is a response to a demonstration orchestrated by the Taliban at the University of Kabul, in which about 300 women appear dressed from head to toe in black, with their faces and hands covered.



They waved the Taliban flag and said they supported Taliban militants, who announced that women would not be allowed to hold government positions and that schools and universities would be segregated by gender.


Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender specialist, posted the first photo using the hashtag #DoNotTouchMyClothes, which then inspired many Afghan women around the world to do the same.



Peymana Assad, the first person of Afghan origin to hold a public post in the UK, posted a photo of her wearing colorful traditional clothes. "It simply came to our notice then. My traditional dress, "Assad wrote on Twitter.



Singer Ariana Delawari, who managed to flee Afghanistan shortly after the Taliban took control of the capital, posted a picture of women in her family wearing traditional costumes.

Our culture is not dark, it is not black or white - it is full of color, beauty, art and crafts and identity, "Lima researcher Lima Halima Ahmad, founder of the Paywand Afghan Association, which focuses on issues, told the BBC. facing women in Afghanistan.




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Women in Afghanistan will be allowed to study in universities, in exclusively female groups, and the subjects they will be taught will be reviewed. At the same time, a new dress code will be introduced for them.


Gender segregation and the Islamic dress code will be mandatory, the new education minister said on Sunday.

The courses for girls will be taught by teachers.


Minister Abdul Baqi Haqqani said the classrooms will be separated: “We have no problem ending the mixed education system. People are Muslims and they will accept that. "

At the same time, according to him, the courses for girls will be taught by teachers, in accordance with the Taliban interpretation of sharia law.


Veiled protest: Afghan women rally in support of the Taliban - France 24


"We have a large number of teachers. We will not face any problems in this regard. Every effort will be made to find women teachers to teach students, "he told a news conference in Kabul.


There are voices that have suggested that the new rules will exclude women from education, as universities do not have the resources to provide separate classes. However, Abdul Baqi Haqqani argued that there are enough teachers and that where they are not available, alternatives will be found.


"Everything depends on the capacity of the university. We can also use male teachers to teach from behind a curtain or to use technology, ”he said.


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Haqqani told reporters that all the subjects taught will also be reviewed in the coming months. He told reporters that the Taliban want to "create a reasonable curriculum in line with Islamic, national and historical values ​​and, on the other hand, be able to be competitive with those in other countries."


The Taliban have said they will not prevent women from being educated or having jobs


Taliban officials say women will be able to study and work in accordance with Sharia law and local cultural traditions, but strict dress codes will apply. Women will be required to wear hijabs. However, Haqqani did not specify whether the face covering will be mandatory.


Afghan women hit back at Taliban with #DoNotTouchMyClothes campaign - BBC  News


The issue of women's education has been one of the central questions facing the Taliban as they try to convince the world that they have changed. Women and girls were not allowed to study in Taliban-led schools and universities between 1996 and 2001.


The Taliban said they would not prevent women from being educated or in employment. But since they took control on August 15, they have asked all women, except those in the health field, to stay away from work until the situation becomes safe and stable.


Sunday's announcement of higher education policy comes a day after the Taliban raised their flag over the presidential palace, signaling the official start of the all-male Taliban government.


Afghan Women Fight for Their Identity | Voice of America - English


Since the Taliban was ousted from power in 2001, enormous progress has been made in improving the education process for women and the literacy rate in Afghanistan - especially for girls and women. A UNESCO report showed that the number of girls in primary school has risen from almost zero to 2.5 million in the 17 years since the Taliban was ousted. At the same time, the literacy rate of women has almost doubled in a decade.

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@2443_panda_8800 In his last speech he said 'good evening' instead of 'good night' which is a clear sign that he'll be back in office before tomorrow night!!! -a Qultist, probably

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@Marina So strange…
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Afghan women, including those on the national cricket team, will be banned from playing any sport under the new Taliban government, according to an official with the Islamist group, writes The Guardian.

 

In an interview with the Australian television station SBS, the deputy head of the Taliban's cultural commission, Ahmadullah Wasiq, said that women's sport is neither appropriate nor necessary. "I don't think women will be allowed to play cricket, because it is not necessary for women to play cricket," Wasiq said. "In cricket, they may face situations where their face and body will not be covered. Islam does not allow women to be seen that way. It's the media era and there will be photos and videos, and then people will watch them. Islam and the Islamic Emirate [Afghanistan] do not allow women to play cricket or play sports, ”the official said.

 


 

 

Afghanistan Cricket Council officials said they had not been officially informed of what would happen to the women's cricket team, but competitions had already been suspended.

 

Athletes, including cricketers, have been hiding in Afghanistan since the Taliban took power, with some women saying they have been threatened with violence by Taliban fighters if caught playing.

 

New protests took place in Afghanistan on Wednesday, despite Taliban attempts to intimidate any form of opposition. A group of women from a Hazara-dominated area in western Kabul protested against the new government in a series of protests in several cities.

 


 

 

Recordings posted on social media show protesters shouting "A government without women will fall" as they march through the city. Some had placards that read, "Work, Education, and Freedom."

 

Some images show women being beaten to end the protest.

 

On social network women share photos of dresses to protest Talibans.

 

 

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An interesting article about Afghanistan, a state that now is a place of horror. War is war, and war is on schedule. 50 facts about Afghanistan. (Beware, there will be scary photos)

 

Top 50 facts about Afghanistan

 

 

1. The war in Afghanistan seems to go on endlessly. After fulfilling the Soviet international duty, the southern Afghans fought with the northern ones, got cunts, and sat down to rule in Kabul under the name of the Taliban. Until 2001.

 

2. In 2001, 53 COUNTRIES sent their limited contingents to Afghanistan after the Day of the Islamic Pilot. Even three Mongols officially came to fight.

 

3., since 2001, there has been an endless civil war in Afghanistan. The Taliban are killing civilians to prove they should rule, the Afghan security forces are killing both, and all this is seasoned with a powerful foreign intervention. Foreigners from airplanes burn everything alive.

 

4. The Taliban are a terrorist group that doesn’t care about pan-Islamism. These are the Taliban - a cross between the Reds and the Makhnovists, with a radical Islamic sourdough.

 

5. The Afghan government has a minister for women's affairs and a minister for the Hajj (Hajj - pilgrimage to Mecca)

 

6. These guys want to take back power in Afghanistan. They do not need other countries; they do not want the world to pray five times a day and stop eating lard.

 

7. Pashto is spoken in the south. In the north - on "dari." Dari is the same Persian language. An Afghan-speaking Dari will be understood as a native Iranian and Tajik.

 

8. Afghans are exclusively for anal sex. As the Afghan Kudratullo Valadi Bahadur said: ordinary sex is for conception. And in the ass - for pleasure (Only fagots hammer in the front ©).

 

9. The wedding sang and fired in Afghan - 20 killed, 20 wounded. The guests from the groom's side quarreled with the guests from the bride's side.

 

 

10. The militants were driving in a car to plant a bomb on the road and were blown up by a bomb planted on the road before them.

 

11. The first vice-president of Afghanistan, Dostum, older man Eshchi (former governor) in the ass with the bodies of his guards. During such a weekend, Dostum was forced to rest in Turkey for a whole year to avoid investigation.

Militant field commanders in Afghanistan keep harems. Only there are not women, but little boys. The more boys - the cooler the commander. If a harem is made up of 30 boys, then this is already an Afghan commander of the level of Chapaev.

 

12. There are a lot of drug addicts.

 

13. Afghan fighters remember with nostalgia the Soviet military, with whom they fought face to face. And they talk contemptuously about Americans who like to arrange exterminates with drones. Like, "Shuravi - these were men. And they also provided us with electricity and water."

 

14. Every day in Afghanistan, there are terrorist attacks, battles, and special operations. The media write only about the most resonant (when 50-100 people die). For example, since last Thursday, about 200 people have been killed in the province of Ghazni alone, and the same number have been injured. In the photo: the city of Ghazni is on fire

 

15. Therefore, there is another glorious Athenian tradition: sometimes girls in the family have a short haircut, they make boys out of them, they make them spit on us, speak rudely and scratch their eggs. Such a "boy" can feed a family for years. 

 

16. Afghans love to cut off their enemies' limbs and heads. The other day, the Afghan army men went to litter the militants but got carried away. One serviceman did not return home ultimately. Or didn't come back at all. Or returned in parts.

 

 

17. There is no sexual protection.

 

18 Women almost cannot study and cannot earn. A couple of years ago, an Afghan woman tired of looking at her drug addict husband and eight hungry children and committed suicide. The children scattered around the neighborhood.

 

19. But 50 years ago, it was not so bad in Afghanistan.

 

20. They say 90% of the world's opium is produced in Afghanistan. What can we say if 15% of the Afghan budget falls on the potion? If you grow grain, you will ride a donkey, and your neighbor grows poppies and rides a rover. Therefore, all the dick is slaughtered for agriculture and pushing gerych.

 

21. Elections in Afghan. In June of this year, during voter registration, the Taliban raided ten registration centers and executed a large part of the electorate.

 

22. Islam seems to forbid the depiction of faces. Therefore, having reached power, the Taliban civilized cut off the heads of all the monuments (this is an Afghan folk tradition). But the Buddha statues in Bamiyan were unsuccessfully fired upon by cannons. The Buddha smiled wickedly. The missiles did not harm either.

 

23. Then, the Taliban complained that their artillerymen were cross-eyed worms. And they laid many mines for the Buddha in all the cracks. Judging by the integrity of one of the statues of the Buddha, the faces were smashed solely from laughter.

 

 

24. Afghan headdresses belong to a particular tribe. The difference is in the form of headgear and color. And in the way you put it on. And the turban at the sudden death of the owner becomes a shroud. The body is wrapped in it and buried until sunset. Afghans are optimists.

 

25. But this hat is a Pashtun. If you unfold it, it will be 60 centimeters long. Afghans carry potatoes in them.

 

26. The mayor of Kandahar decided to arrange an execution for a spontaneous squatter within the city. Coincidentally, a suicide bomber came to him with a bomb hidden in a turban. 

 

27. Kandahar was founded by Alexander the Great. Then this place was called Alexandria Arachosia. In the time of Jesus, Kandahar was a Greek city.

 

28. In general, if you are not strong in Islamic theology, you have little chance in Afghan politics. And the field commanders of the Taliban should be at least mullahs or maulvi.

 

29. One Jew has been living in Afghanistan for 20 years. One and only. Zebulon Simentov drinks whiskey maintains a synagogue and prays alone. Until 2007 there were 2 Jews. Every day they cursed spat and destroyed the Torah scrolls. Then Yitzhak Levin died, and Zebulon swelled.

 

30. In 1984, National Geographic found an Afghan Mona Lisa named Sharbat Gula.

 

 

31. Sharbat has aged over the years; she was recently deported from Pakistan back to Afghanistan. Today the famous "Afghan girl" looks like this.

 

32. In the film the 9th company Serebryakov tragically says that no one has ever been able to conquer Afghanistan. Yes, they won more than once. It's just that no one needs him. It is like a spinner: you get it, but there is nothing to do with it.

 

33. The number one sport in Afghanistan is cricket. Today, cyclists from Kabul arranged a check-in for Paghman. By the way, fifty kilometers from them, there were fierce battles with the use of aviation. In the second photo - the wrestler brothers are training. One Afghan fights in the UFC like.

 

34. The Taliban hate the terrorist organization ISIS. They say that ISIS grazes on their field. Therefore, the other day in Jowzjan, the Taliban gave them a powerful attack. Those in a panic called the Afghan military and the army evacuated tSIS by helicopters!

 

35. There is no prime minister in Afghanistan. But in the last election, Ashraf Ghani was opposed by a former militant, ophhalmologist Dr. Abdullah Abdullah. Everything threatened to end in war, but A. Abdullah came up with a position - the Head of the Executive Power. By the way, Dr. Abdulla is a Tajik.

 

36. To ovThe Afghans formed the Government of National Unity to overcome the political crisis winners of the elections and the oppositionists also entered there.

 

37. In short, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the First Vice-President, the Chief Executive, the Vice-Speaker of the Parliament, as it should be for the opposition, use their cocks to cover up the government, which they themselves are a part of.

 

38. Americans in the province of Gardez distribute the fruits of democracy and capitalism to the suffering.

 

 

39. They asked about weapons. Weapons in this country were imported and imported from everywhere. This is a huge market. The militants prefer "Kalash" for reliability. The police are also armed with them. Army men use American weapons. The militias in the villages and the Maxim machine gun can extract or pitchforks.

 

40. The lion's share of the deaths of US military personnel in Afghanistan was due to the failure of their best M4 assault rifle. Dust, sand, everything.

 

41. A man was saved from the Taliban by the Americans while traveling in Afghanistan. And handed over to the Afghan police. They put him in jail until the trial. They fed very well. But for two weeks, seized mines, shells, explosives were brought to the cell every day.

 

42. Talib - translated means "student." So students of religious educational institutions formed this movement.

 

43. Afghanistan has problems with the Pakistani border. 130 years ago, Pakistan was an Indian province, the representative of the Hindus, Mortimer Durand, got sick of it, and he drew the Durand line on the sand and stones with a stick, which has remained the state border to this day. Afghans consider this line.

 

 

44. In short, 2,640 km of the border area is not marked, so the Afghans and Pakistanis are furiously shooting at neighbors who decide to take a walk in the problem area.

 

45. Another problem for Afghans in the east of the country (the provinces of Kunar and Nangarhar) is the rain of shells, which someone generously and regularly sprinkles on them from the territory of Pakistan. The Afghans blame the Pakistani army for this, the army men open their eyes wide and shrug their shoulders.

 

46. ​​Laghman is not only a noodle soup, but also a province in the center of Afghanistan.

 

47. The civil war in Afghanistan has been going on since 2001. In these 17 years, the first temporary truce was in June of this year. The whole holiday of Eid al-Fitr, militants, military and civilians had fun, ate, and on Monday they began to cut each other.

 

48. Most of the helicopters in the Afghan Air Force are Soviet and Russian Mi-8, Mi-24. The Americans are furiously pushing them out with their rotary-winged machines, but soon only a fairy tale had an effect. Afghan pilots are used to them.

 

49. There was a case. In northern Afghanistan, at the foot of a hill, there were two villages. For many years, people in them cursed, multiplied, dreamed. One day it started to rain, there was a landslide and the hills just moved down, covering the villages with a thick layer of earth. All.

 

50. One morning in the Afghan police. a warmly dressed five-year-old girl ran into the precinct. She was clutching a plastic thing in her hand, and with a thin finger she tried in vain to press a tight button. It turned out that her brother, a Taliban terrorist, put a suicide vest on the girl and told her to press the button.

 

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