Terrifying tales of mistreatment of girls in Afghanistan are being mentioned on social media and are additionally being reported by information retailers ever for the reason that Taliban began gaining management of Afghanistan two months in the past.
“After I heard that the Taliban had reached Kabul, I felt I used to be going to be a slave. They will play with my life any manner they need.”
A feminine college scholar in Afghanistan whereas speaking to The Guardian expressed her emotions of concern and hopelessness after the Taliban took over Afghanistan.
“Early on Sunday morning I used to be heading to school for a category when a gaggle of girls got here operating out from the ladies’s dormitory. I requested what had occurred and certainly one of them instructed me the police have been evacuating them as a result of the Taliban had arrived in Kabul, and they’re going to beat girls who don’t have a burqa,” she stated whereas sharing her expertise on the day the Taliban entered Kabul.
“All of us needed to get residence, however we couldn’t use public transport. The drivers wouldn’t allow us to of their automobiles as a result of they didn’t need to take accountability for transporting a lady. It was even worse for the ladies from the dormitory, who’re from outdoors Kabul and have been scared and confused about the place they need to go.” she added.
The lads standing outdoors the college stated: “Go and put in your chadari [burqa],” One known as out, “It’s your final days of being out on the streets.” One other stated, “I’ll marry 4 of you in sooner or later.”
The Afghan scholar additional shared, “I cherished doing my nails. Right this moment, as I used to be on my manner residence, I glanced on the magnificence salon the place I used to go for manicures. The store entrance, which had been adorned with lovely photos of women, had been whitewashed in a single day.”
“Now it seems to be like I’ve to burn the whole lot I achieved in 24 years of my life. Having any ID card or awards from the American College is dangerous now; even when we preserve them, we’re not in a position to make use of them. There aren’t any jobs for us in Afghanistan.”
“Then at present, after I heard that the Taliban had reached Kabul, I felt I used to be going to be a slave. They will play with my life any manner they need.”
“Or identification is being destroyed and nothing has been completed by us to deserve this.”
Girls, specifically feminine journalists are fearing for his or her life after the current developments within the nation.
“For a few years, I labored as a journalist … to lift the voice of Afghans, particularly Afghan girls, however now our identification is being destroyed and nothing has been completed by us to deserve this,” Aaisha a distinguished information anchor and political discuss present host, stated whereas talking to The Guardian.
“Within the final 24 hours, our lives have modified and we’ve got been confined to our houses, and demise threatens us at each second.”
The houses of two feminine journalists have been visited by Taliban fighters on Sunday, leaving each girls “severely shaken psychologically,” CNN has reported.
Taliban fighters are ‘going door-to-door and forcibly marrying ladies as younger as 12 and forcing them into intercourse slavery as they seize huge swathes of the Afghanistan from authorities forces,’ reported the Daily Mail on August 13.
Nevertheless, Taliban’s spokesperson Suhail Shaheen has refuted the claims.