Taliban spokesperson admits sending daughters to school despite female education ban in Afghanistan

13/5/2022 7:05:00 PM

Many Taliban members have educated their daughters both overseas and in Afghanistan.

Taliban spokesperson admits sending daughters to school despite female education ban in Afghanistan

Many Taliban members have educated their daughters both overseas and in Afghanistan.

Sources that were familiar with the Taliban told Indian digital mediathat Shaheen's daughters study in state-regulated schools in Doha along with his three sons.In addition, his older daughter reportedly played football for her school team.According to a report by the non-profit policy research organisation,

(AAN), a majority of the Taliban's leadership who have lived in Doha for the past two years have enrolled their daughters in school.An unnamed Taliban official, described as"a member of the political office and Taliban’s negotiating team whose two daughters studied in a Qatari school" was quoted by AAN as saying:

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Many Afghan women pushing back against Taliban orders to cover upMany women in the Afghan capital are delaying a return to fully covering their faces in public in defiance of orders from Islamist Taliban rulers, others are staying at home and some have been wearing COVID-19 face masks anyway. The Taliban, who swept back to power as the government collapsed, on Saturday ordered women to cover their faces in public, a return to their past hardline rule and an escalation of restrictions on girls and women that are causing anger at home and abroad. The U.N. Security Council will meet on Thursday to discuss the order and the United States said it would increase pressure on the Taliban administration.

Many of the Taliban members have educated their daughters Sources that were familiar with the Taliban told Indian digital media that Shaheen's daughters study in state-regulated schools in Doha along with his three sons.'Don't let them die': wives of Azov fighters beg pope STORY: Kateryna Prokopenko, 27, and Yuliya Fedosiuk, 29, crying as they spoke to the pope for about five minutes at the end of his general audience in St.Read full article 12 May 2022, 4:09 pm · 2-min read Moscow has said the move is ‘definitely’ a threat to Russia (Sputnik) Finnish politicians have been warned they could be cut off from Russian gas as early as Friday just hours after the country said it wanted to join Nato, reports have claimed.LinkedIn PARIS: The Group of Seven (G7) foreign ministers on Thursday (May 12) said the increasing restrictions imposed by the Taliban on the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan were isolating the country.

In addition, his older daughter reportedly played football for her school team. According to a report by the non-profit policy research organisation, (AAN), a majority of the Taliban's leadership who have lived in Doha for the past two years have enrolled their daughters in school."You are our last hope, I hope you can save their lives, please don't let them die," Prokopenko could be heard telling the pope on a video released by the Vatican. An unnamed Taliban official, described as" a member of the political office and Taliban’s negotiating team whose two daughters studied in a Qatari school" was quoted by AAN as saying: "We lived for three years not much bothered by education, but since everybody in the neighbourhood was going to school, our children demanded that they go to school too. Local Finnish newspaper Iltalehti first reported the warning, citing unnamed sources. So, in the fourth year, I had to send my three sons and two daughters to school. Kyiv says it is likely that tens of thousands of people have been killed there since Russia's invasion on Feb." The report also noted that many Taliban members living in Pakistan have enrolled their daughters in Iqra schools, where they were taught a mix of both modern school subjects and madrasa subjects.

There are also some Taliban officials who secretly enrolled their daughters in Afghan schools and universities, prior to the group's takeover of the country.The pope said he would do everything possible and would pray for them. Earlier, Russia’s foreign ministry said: “Russia will be forced to take retaliatory steps, both of a military-technical and other nature, in order to stop threats to its national security arising,” in response to Finland’s Nato aspirations. Taliban members who supposedly support female education are in the minority The Print also noted that Shaheen himself is supposedly part of a group of Taliban members who have spoken in favour of female education. However, this group is a minority that has faced resistance from traditionalists in the Taliban, such as its supreme leader, Hibatullah Akhundzada, the Chief Justice, Abdul Hakim, and the Minister of Religious Affairs, Nur Muhammad Saqeb."It's worth emphasizing that if Sweden were attacked and looked to us for help and support, then we would provide it," Johnson said after meeting Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson. Conservatives in the group have also expressed their concern about issues of morality such as men teaching women, and the dress code of females.” Finland's president and prime minister had said their country would apply to join the Nato military alliance “without delay”. List of restrictions on Afghan women continue to grow In the meantime, new restrictions have been imposed on the Afghan public, with women particularly affected."It is up to Sweden to make the request and to spell out exactly what support is requested," he said.

On May 7, the Taliban ordered all women to cover their faces in public, with the burqa listed as the ideal covering for women to assume, the .