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Said- Women should not even wear short or tight clothes; This is against the decree of Akhundzada

Taliban religious police have put up posters in Kandahar city on women not wearing hijabs in Afghanistan. It compares non-hijab-wearing Muslim women to animals and forbids them to wear short or tight clothing.

Taliban religious police have put up posters in Kandahar city on women not wearing hijabs in Afghanistan. It compares non-hijab-wearing Muslim women to animals and forbids them to wear short or tight clothing. An official also confirmed this on Thursday.

The posters have been put up on several cafes and shops in Kandahar as well as on advertising hoardings by the Ministry of Virtue and Prevention. These posters have pictures of burqa and it is written that Muslim women who do not wear hijab are trying to look like animals.

It is written in the poster that wearing short, tight and transparent clothes is also against Akhundzada’s decree. The head of the ministry, Abdul Rehman Taybi, told that they have put up these posters and women whose faces are not covered (publicly), we will inform their families and take strict action against them.

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Taliban 2.0 imposed several restrictions on women Since returning to power in August, the Taliban have imposed harsher sanctions on Afghan women. Last March also, the Taliban issued an order banning men and women from going to the amusement park on the same day. Even before this, the Taliban regime has imposed many restrictions on women.

These include a ban on traveling alone, the need to accompany a man for long distance travel, ban on giving driving license to women, compulsory wearing of hijab, removal of boards with pictures of women outside shops.

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Apart from this, more than 10 thousand girls were thrown out of secondary schools. Also women have been barred from returning to many government jobs. In May, the country’s supreme leader and Taliban chief Hebtollah Akhundzada approved a decree. It said that women should generally stay at home. If they need to go out in public, they should cover themselves completely, including their face.

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Spouses will not be able to eat together in restaurants The Taliban last month implemented a gender discrimination plan in Afghanistan’s western Herat province. Under this, men are not allowed to dine with family members in family restaurants. Apart from this, men and women are also not allowed to go to the park together. This rule has also been applied to husband and wife.

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