In line with the highest Taliban spokesman, the Taliban see their authority over Afghanistan as fixed, justifying it with Islamic legislation and never being significantly threatened.
In an interview to mark the second anniversary of the Taliban takeover of the nation, the Taliban’s essential consultant acknowledged that they see their rule of Afghanistan as fixed, receiving legitimacy from Islamic legislation, and never being significantly threatened. He additionally stated that girls will nonetheless not be allowed to attend faculty.
The Taliban had began a extra liberal administration this time round, however nothing of the type transpired. He instantly licensed a number of extreme laws that fully restricted Afghan girls’s freedom.
Zabihullah Mujahid denied inquiries: Over Taliban Rule
On August 15, 2021, the Taliban took over when US and NATO troopers left the nation after 20 years of battle. Tuesday has been designated a vacation in observance of the anniversary. Ladies have been primarily excluded from public life and didn’t attend the celebration.
Zabihullah Mujahid denied any inquiries from the AP on limitations on girls and women, stating that the present scenario will proceed. The primary wave of limitations that presently stop Afghan girls from getting into school rooms, working in most professions, and collaborating in a lot of public life was the ban on females persevering with their training previous the sixth grade.
The Taliban management doesn’t have an pressing fear about the potential for being remoted internationally or shedding recognition as Afghanistan’s professional authorities resulting from restrictions on girls and women, in keeping with Mujahid.
The prohibition on women pursuing training previous the sixth grade
The primary wave of limitations that presently prevents Afghan girls from getting into school rooms, working in most professions, and collaborating in a lot of public life was the ban on females persevering with their training previous the sixth grade.
Army males posed with armored automobiles in Kandahar, a metropolis in southern Afghanistan and the Taliban’s religious dwelling. Waving flags and flashing weapons, younger males rode bicycles, bikes, and cars throughout the town. The protection minister, Maulvi Mohammad Yaqoob, is depicted within the decrease proper nook of the miniature white Taliban flags that infants have been holding.
Choose-up vehicles full of males and boys weaved their approach by means of the Afghan capital metropolis of Kabul. Males have been all over the place in Martyrs Sq., taking footage and climbing up monuments. Boys held firearms in a posture.
Mujahid Mentioned: Taliban’s rule was professional
Late on Monday, Mujahid was interviewed in a Kandahar TV studio situated on a dilapidated former navy base. The native authorities workplaces and the UN Mission in Afghanistan are shut by.
The Taliban consultant arrived in a white SUV with a driver, guard, and guard. He used Taliban speaking factors on subjects like girls’s rights and worldwide recognition whereas being composed and well mannered.
He acknowledged that the Taliban’s rule was professional as a result of it was based mostly on Sharia or Islamic legislation, however he didn’t specify how lengthy it will final. “It received’t change so long as it may well and so long as the supreme chief, the emir doesn’t lose his job for appearing in a fashion that contravenes Sharia.”
Mujahid acknowledged that there aren’t any challenges to the Taliban’s management from inside or exterior the nation after two years. He argued that Afghans want unity and consensus and that the present administration is functioning correctly. No one must revolt, Mujahid declared.
In a press release launched on Tuesday, the Taliban administration enumerated what it noticed as its successes, together with reestablishing a sense of non-public security and nationwide delight.
The assertion stated nothing concerning the tens of 1000’s of Afghans who left following the takeover, the horrible financial disaster, or the rising destitution when overseas assist stopped coming. On the similar time, the Taliban appear to have established themselves, stopping inner strife and even sustaining the steadiness of their faltering economic system, partially by enterprise funding negotiations with capital-rich neighboring nations.
Mujahid Mentioned: This topic is pointless
Mujahid was refusing to speak concerning the limitations on girls and women, dismissing inquiries concerning the topic as pointless and claiming there was no use in discussing it till there have been developments. The modification he did suggest was unbelievable.
He stated that the Taliban don’t require exterior help when requested why they aren’t enlisting Muslim-majority nations with Sharia-based programs to renew feminine training.
Simply as Kabul-based authorities departments introduced they have been on the point of allow feminine college students as much as the seventh grade to return to highschool, the classroom ban was unexpectedly put into place in March 2022.
Akhundzada stated: that girls within the classroom are much less important
Akhundzada, the supreme commander, is regarded as the driving pressure behind the restriction. The return of women and girls to the classroom is much less important, in keeping with Mujahid, who stated that Islamic lecturers range on the subject of feminine training. Over the previous two years, it has been more and more clear that the Taliban-led authorities in Kabul will not be the middle of energy, however slightly Hibatullah Akhundzada’s hometown of Kandahar.
Talking to reporters in Washington, Secretary of State Antony Blinken emphasised that until and till the rights of girls and women are promoted, the Taliban and different nations will be unable to have extra cordial ties.
The official nature of our interactions with China, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Pakistan, and different nations within the space, he declared, was emphasised. “We’ve got embassies, journey, and consulates. We run enterprises. Merchants transfer merchandise as they arrive and go. All of those point out officialdom’s acknowledgment.
This week, declarations from assist organizations, human rights organizations, and the UN denounced the Taliban’s authority and warned of the humanitarian catastrophe afflicting the Afghan individuals.
In line with World Imaginative and prescient, there are actually nearly 5 million extra people in want of assist than there have been beforehand. 15 million individuals, the fourth-highest quantity on the planet, will expertise “disaster” ranges of meals insecurity this 12 months, with 2.8 million of these falling into the “emergency” class.