Afghanistan News: The Taliban has issued an order to fully implement Islamic law in Afghanistan. Amid growing concern over the human rights situation in Afghanistan, Taliban supreme leader Mawlawi Hebatullah Akhundzada has ordered judges to fully implement Islamic law. It is the first time a Taliban leader has issued a formal order to fully implement all aspects of Islamic law across the country since the Islamic group came to power.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said Haibatullah Akhundzada gave the order after meeting with a group of judges. In the meeting of the judges, it was also ordered that the cases of thieves, kidnappers and anti-nationals should be investigated. A Taliban spokesman said the order of the leader of the Islamic emirate would be implemented across the country. Taliban spokesman Yousef Ahmadi told Tolonews that those involved in murder, kidnapping and theft should be punished.
The Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021 and implemented policies that severely restrict basic rights. During this, many restrictions were imposed on women and girls. There was a ban on studying, going to work and even going to the park or fair. Women do not have the right to travel alone.
Changes after Taliban capture
In August 2021, Taliban captured Afghanistan. After this, the Taliban imposed many types of bans. More restrictions were imposed especially on women and girls. Women are not even allowed to go to school here. They are not even allowed to work. Restrictions on women are being increased in every way. Not only this, they are not even allowed to protest against it.
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