Taliban, Afghan Girls, Secondary School

Taliban, Afghan Girls

Taliban says boys can re-enter secondary school but does not mention girls

On Friday, the Taliban instructed boys to return to school but omitted girls from the decree.

9/19/2021 11:46:00 AM

On Friday, the Taliban instructed boys to return to school but omitted girls from the decree.

The Taliban on Saturday said girls aren't banned from attending secondary school but they first want to set up a 'secure transportation system.'

September 18, 2021, 8:43 PM·2 min readMembers of the Taliban Badri 313 military unit stand beside damaged and discarded vehicles parked near the destroyed Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) base in Deh Sabz district northeast of Kabul on September 6, 2021 after the US pulled all its troops out of the country.

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AAMIR QURESHI/AFP via Getty ImagesBoys started secondary school on Saturday without their female classmates.A decree issued Friday by the Taliban called on boys to resume their classes but made no mention of girls.The Taliban said they want to set up a "secure transportation system" before allowing girls into secondary school.

See more stories on Insider's business page.Afghan girls on Saturday did not return to secondary school as classrooms reopened for the first time since Kabul fell to the Taliban.On Friday, the Taliban instructed boys to return to school but omitted girls from the decree. headtopics.com

"All male teachers and students should attend their educational institutions," astatementfrom the Taliban education ministry said. This included boys in grades seven through 12.A Taliban spokesperson on Saturday said girls aren't banned from attending secondary school. The Taliban first wants to set up a "secure transportation system" for its female students, a spokesperson told

CNN."There are certain rules during their class time that must be obeyed that they could be safe and sound," Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid said."We do have girls in universities continuing their education both in private and government-funded universities, but from grade 6 to 12 we are currently trying to provide a chance for them to carry on, and that's in progress," Mujahid added.

The decree is the latest development in women's rights and education in Afghanistan, which fell to the Taliban swiftly last month after the US announced the departure of all its troops from the area.In its takeover, the Talibanrenamed the countrythe Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, reverting back to the same name used during the last time the regime was in power from 1996 to 2001.

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Classes resume in Afghanistan, but girls excluded from secondary schoolSome Afghan girls return to primary schools, but older girls face an anxious wait with no clarity over if and when they will be able to resume their studies at secondary school level Long live Taliban 💚

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