Taliban appoints dean of Kabul University in Afghanistan bans women from university studies | Globalism

Dean of Kabul University in AfghanistanOn Monday (27th), Muhammad Ashraf Ghaira announced that women and teachers were prohibited from attending the Foundation’s courses.

The 34-year-old Brigadier General is part of the Taliban. The group appointed enthusiastic clergy as leaders of educational institutions.

“I give you my word as dean of Kabul University, as long as there is no real Islamic environment for everyone, women will not be allowed to go to university or work. Islam first,” Ghirat wrote on a social network.

NS Taliban He returned to power in Afghanistan in August. The leaders of the regime said that women could study, but as long as he was not in the same room with the men.

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The extremist group was in power once before, between 1996 and 2001, and in those years women couldn’t study – they couldn’t even walk in public if not accompanied by a male relative.

According to the New York Times, employees at Kabul University have complained about the new rule. They say the Taliban does not have a monopoly on the interpretation of the Islamic faith.

There are thousands of students who have stopped going to classes because of school closures. The teachers left Afghanistan when the Taliban returned to power.

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