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Taliban: The Taliban wants a list of Afghan girls over 15, under 45

Own report: The world is counting the mistakes in the Taliban aggression in Afghanistan. The situation is almost like a civil war in that country. In this situation, another directive was issued to the Taliban. This time, the Taliban issued a statement to local religious leaders instructing them to list girls over the age of 15 and widows under the age of 45. The report said that, as the Taliban promised, they would marry their fighters and convert to Islam in Pakistan’s Waziristan.

Incidentally, the country became restless after the establishment of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. The situation in Kabul is getting worse as time goes on. Crowds of people lined up at Kabul airport to leave the country. The Taliban took control of many important districts and borders with Iran, Pakistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan after US and NATO troops ended their withdrawal from Afghanistan almost 20 years later. Afghan security forces and the military have not been able to stand up to the Taliban.

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Earlier, in the northeastern Afghan province of Takhar, women were barred from leaving their homes alone and men were asked to grow beards. The Taliban also enforced their version of Islamic law, setting dowry rules for girls.

The Taliban were ousted after the 2001 US-led invasion. Earlier, the situation of women was practically difficult under Taliban rule. The girls were not allowed to go out of the house alone. If you wanted to go out of the house, you had to stay with a man. Violation of the rules was openly tortured and insulted.

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Now, Afghan elders fear the Taliban will take away their daughters and force them into marriage, enslaving them. Haji Rozi Beg, an Afghan veteran, told the Financial Times: “I have been terrified since the Taliban took over. I can’t speak loudly at home, I can’t listen to music and I can’t send women to the market on Friday. They are looking for family members. A Taliban sub-commander said. “Girls over the age of 18 should not be kept at home. It is a sin, they must get married.”

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