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Afghan girls of secondary school age returned to school this week

For the first time since the Taliban took control over Afghanistan, girls returned to schools in the northern provinces of…


Afghan girls of secondary school age returned to school this week

For the first time since the Taliban took control over Afghanistan, girls returned to schools in the northern provinces of Kunduz, Balkh and Sar-e-Pul, according to journalists and TOLOnews. As the Afghan government collapsed, girls above grade six across the country were banned from attending school.

Reports that girls up to grade 12 are now able to return to school in Balkh Province are a welcome first step. This should be made possible across the country immediately.

Today women in Kabul continued protests against the Taliban’s anti women restrictions including the ban on girls’ education, and women’s presence in politics & professions.

What people are saying?

Shafiq Omer Yaldajan can you please review Imran Khan’s latest speech on religion . He has said some preposterous things about the western way of life and the importance of Parda. I hope BBC at least reports on the hypocrisy of IK and his infiltration of hatred towards other cultures.

 B. Niazi Girls themselves decided to attend schools and they collect 100 Afghanis per week to pay their teachers salaries. It is utterly against Taliban’s wish and will. So Taliban has no role in girls attending schools.

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