Bread, Work, Freedom is the Slogan that has become the Reason of Detaining of Many Women

The Taliban are collectively punishing girls and women who took part in the protests

Zahra Mohammadi and Mursal Ayar, two protesting women arrested one by one by the Taliban

Restrictions on women in Afghanistan have increased since the Taliban came to power

The leaflet announcements distributed by this group all tell the story of the elimination of women

The demands of the protesting women, which include the right to bread work and freedom, seem that a dagger is said to have struck the Taliban in the throat, leading to the arrest of Afghan women by the group.

With Zahra and Mursal, about ten women from Kabul are detained by Taliban group and no information is provided by this group

Although international organizations have warned the Taliban group to release women prisoners, the group has not only released girls but continues to abduct them one by one.

Arrests, torture, beatings, death threats on the one hand, and even reports of rape of girls and other.

Meanwhile, sources reported the capture of Musa Shahin, a singer, and Fayaz Ghori, a Ghor civil society activist, by the Taliban group

The detentions come as Zabiullah Mujahid, the Taliban’s deputy minister for information and cultural ministry, told to AFP that they had the right to detain and imprison “dissident or those who violate the law.”

From Tamana and Parwana to Zahra and Mursal, the detainees were transferred by Taliban to unknown addresses Some women say the Taliban have brutally detained several women in Kabul, Balkh and Herat since taking the control of Kabul.

Masoud Ansar


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