What Is Happening In Afghanistan Women?


Author: Loyd
Published: 14 Nov 2021

The Most Dangerous Place for Children in Afghanistan

Half of the population needed humanitarian assistance before the violence started. The combination of war, poverty, and natural disasters has led to the deaths of many people in Afghanistan. Women and girls make up half of those in need in Afghanistan.

Half of all civilian casualties are caused by women and children. They are at risk of being targeted. Afghanistan has been the most dangerous place for children in the past six years.

The role of women in Afghanistan

The role of women in Afghanistan is important. Humanitarians cannot deliver programmes at scale for women and girls without women staff. The international community needs to step up their support.

The Taliban and Misogynistic Predictions

The problem will be when the West leaves and the Taliban take over. It is logical that they would like to have women in the workforce and in civil society. It's hard to believe that the Taliban has changed when their entire doctrine is based on misogynistic beliefs.

A critical look at the Taliban regime

Sultani is one of many Afghan women in leadership roles who fear that a return to Taliban rule will bring back the harsh interpretation of Islam that was imposed by the regime before the US-led ousting of it in 2001.

The Taliban and the Women's Choice: A Photon in a Fashion Store

Most women in Afghanistan have never lived under Taliban control because two-thirds of the population is under the age of 30. Many women will now have to wear the burqa for the first time under mandatory requirements, because they don't wear it out of choice. Most have never been through what it is like to be unable to study, work or leave the house.

The Taliban and the Afghan War

Saudi Arabia paid for the first time in the history of religious seminaries the appearance of the Taliban movement, which was largely funded by the kingdom. The streets of Afghanistan's capital Kabul are now patchwork, with cars and pedestrians alike, as citizens attempt to flee. People are trying to withdraw cash from banks and airports at the same time, as the planes are leaving the runways in a desperate attempt to board.

Iran has set up camps to facilitate refugees at the country's borders with Pakistan, Pakistan on the south and east, and by Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to the north. The Taliban has gained intelligence on the women's whereabouts and they cannot escape, so female students and professors are being denied entry to the Herat University. The president is going to address the US and the world in a press conference regarding public outcry at the handling of the military withdrawal from Afghanistan, in the wake of hundreds of protestors gathering outside in the Whitehouse in the past 24 hours.

The Taliban and Sharia Law

The Taliban have vowed to ensure the country observes Sharia law, a religious law formed from the Quran, after they were free to impose their own laws.

The Taliban and the Women's Rights

There are reports that the Taliban is ordering women to change their dress and not return to work in some areas of the country.

The Taliban's Legacy

The Taliban have given assurances that their rights will be respected, and Afghan women are still visible on TV screens. A lot of them remember what happened in 1996-2001 and they are worried about their safety, their rights, and their access to school. Most of the girls' schools have remained open or are reopening despite personnel changes and high attendance. Most of the staff for the district and provincial are still working.

The rescue mission in Afghanistan

The British rescue mission is underway as 6,000 Britons are trapped in the new Taliban state and the heroic UK ambassador stays behind to help. Biden stood firmly behind his decision to remove troops after the capture of the Afghan capital. August 19, 2021.

The US is Getting Closer to the Taliban

The US and coalition allies have given up some of their leverage as they leave, but activists still want the Taliban held accountable. Military intervention did not bring lasting peace. The United States and the rest of the world can't wash their hands of everything.

The US has evacuated more than 37,000 people since August 14, and the pace has increased recently, with about 11,000 leaving each day. The chaotic scenes outside the airport have shown how desperate people are. The US is sending troops to get Americans and their allies who are stuck at the airport.

The Failure of Western Leaders in Afghanistan

Western leaders have failed Afghanistan. They didn't understand its culture, politics, and role in the region. They are failing to stop a catastrophe from developing.

The SIV Program in Afghanistan

The first half of the year saw a record number of casualties. Afghanistan will see its highest ever number of casualties in a single year unless steps are taken to de-escalate the violence. The SIV program is not a solution to the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. It is the smallest group of people in need.

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