Own report: Girls will not be able to go to the same school as boys in government and private schools, colleges and universities. A Taliban order was issued on Sunday in Herat province. A few days after speaking out of respect for women’s rights in Afghanistan, the Taliban in Herat province banned co-education in public and private universities.
The decision came after a meeting between a university professor in Herat province, the owner of a private institution and Taliban authorities on Saturday. This is the first fatwa issued by the Taliban since the occupation of Afghanistan last week. On Sunday, they announced the virtual end of the longest war in the United States on September 11, 2001, with the occupation of the capital Kabul.
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On Tuesday, the Taliban’s longtime spokesman, Jabihullah Mujahid, appeared for the first time publicly at a news conference to address these concerns, promising that the Taliban would respect women’s rights within the norms of Islamic law, in an effort to promote a more moderate position.
After a three-hour meeting between the university professor and the owner of a private educational institution, the Taliban representative and the head of higher education in Afghanistan, Taliban leader Mullah Farid said, “There is no alternative and co-education must end. Female professors can only teach girls.
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