ZulfikarOmid, a Hazara leader said Tajik and Hazara forces would unite against the Taliban, which is now equipped with state-of-the-art American weapons originally intended for the Afghan army.
The Taliban regime led to unemployment of lot of women and these women are now struggling to feed their family. The worst part is Silence from the world community.
Up to 6,000 refugees, among them many Hazaras, have already made their way to Quetta in Pakistan, a city with a sizeable Hazara community, after Taliban offensive
#StandwithAfghanwomen Education is the right of every human. Do not allow the Taliban to deprive Afghan girls from this right. Stand with Afghan Girls! Stop Taliban Repression of Afghan Women! #StandWithAfghanWomen pic.twitter.com/KM7ZlEETXG#StandwithAfghanwomen
तालिबान का दोबारा अफगानिस्तान में कब्ज़ा पाना, औरतों के लिए सबसे खतरनाक है. तालिबान हमेशा से महिलाओं को लेकर काफी सख्त शरिया कानून लागू करने का हिमायती रहा है. इनमें उनके पहनावे से लेकर काम न करने के नियम तक शामिल हैं.
Do u know? Members of the religious police punished five CARE International women employees, in May 1997. A public address system was used by Taliban to insult and harass the women before striking them with a 1.5-meter-long metal and leather whip.
Under the new Taliban rule, women increasingly feel threatened by ordinary men in everyday situations. As patriarchy is deeply rooted in Taliban, they find it hard to adjust with women in public spaces.
मानवता की हत्या होते देखकर भी कुछ लोगों के दिलोदिमाग में तालिबान के काम प्रशंसनीय हैं। पाकिस्तान खुलकर तालिबान के साथ आ चुका है। पाकिस्तानी मंत्रियों ने तालिबान को पूरी मदद देने की घोषणा की है। तालिबान की अंतरिम सरकार में दुनिया के दुर्दात आतंकी शामिल हैं।
Taliban enforced the wearing of the burqa with threats, fines, and on-the-spot beatings. Even the accidental showing of the feet or ankles was severely punished.
The situation in Afghanistan is frightening, and the cases of violence against women seem never-ending. With the Taliban now in control, one can only expect a further decline and degeneration of the female population.
This poignant photo is the work of 33 year old Afghan graffiti artist and teacher at Kabul University who tried to portray the living hell Afghan women are going through after Taliban came to power.
During the 1996-2001 regime of Taliban, women were subjected to persistent human rights violations, denied employment and education, forced to wear the burqa and forbidden from leaving home without a male “guardian” or mahram.
Afghanistan becomes the first country in the world to bar 50% of its population from getting a Secondary education. It is needless to say how it will affect their future. #StandWithAfghanWomen
The selected Mazar-e Sharif women's Football team needs help. After the announcement of the Taliban that women are not allowed for Sport, They can't even go out of their houses.
Taliban don’t consider women as humans,” says researcher and activist Humeira Rizai who fled Afghanistan along with tens of thousands of compatriots to escape the atrocities of the Taliban.
Two little brothers have come to support Afghan sisters who are not allowed to attend school. When will you? # StandWithAfghanWomenpic.twitter.com/jVTdzy1T1w