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Taliban will BAN Afghan women from playing sport

Taliban will BAN Afghan women from playing sport as a result of ‘Islam doesn’t enable for women to have their face or physique uncovered’

  • Jihadi tradition minister right this moment confirmed that there can be no sport for women
  • Ahmadullah Wasiq mentioned that sports activities ‘expose’ women and are banned by Islam
  • Taliban has ordered all women to remain houses as a ‘momentary process’
  • It’s been cracking down on female-led protests and named an all-male cupboard   

By Ross Ibbetson For Mailonline

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The Taliban will ban Afghan women from playing sport as a result of ‘their face and physique will not be lined,’ the phobia group confirmed right this moment. 

The jihadists have ordered all women to remain at dwelling as a ‘momentary process’, cracked down on female-led protests and appointed an all-male cupboard on Tuesday. 

Now the nation’s newly picked deputy tradition minister, Ahmadullah Wasiq, has confirmed the Taliban’s Sharia regulation interpretation concerning women’s sport. 

‘I do not assume women will be allowed to play cricket as a result of it isn’t needed that women ought to play cricket,’ Wasiq instructed Australian broadcaster SBS.

‘In cricket, they may face a scenario the place their face and physique will not be lined. Islam doesn’t enable women to be seen like this.

‘It is the media period, and there will be pictures and movies, after which folks watch it. Islam and the Islamic Emirate [Afghanistan] don’t enable women to play cricket or play the type of sports activities the place they get uncovered.’

An Afghan woman watches throughout a cricket recreation on the college grounds in Kabul on December 28, 2010. Cricket has been common with each genders because the Taliban had been ousted by coalition forces however now women will not be allowed to play as a result of the jihadists assume it’s conceited

The Afghan women’s soccer crew limbering up for a fixture in Pakistan in November, 2014

The Taliban have acknowledged that women will be capable of return to work, nonetheless these hopes are quickly diminishing with the brutal remedy of those that have taken to the streets in protest for his or her fundamental human rights.

Footage emerged right this moment which exhibits a gaggle of women locked within the basement of a financial institution to stop them from participating in protests.

Another picture confirmed a girl staring down the barrel of an M-16 assault rifle pointed at her head by a Taliban fighter on the streets of Kabul. 

Their lives have been turned the other way up by the sudden withdrawal of US troops that left the American-backed authorities in Kabul to break down.

The freedoms they’d loved underneath that regime had been swept away straight away, with many distinguished women fleeing overseas if potential, whereas others have been too scared to go away their houses. 

It comes as former president Ashraf Ghani, who fled the nation final month with $169 million in money, apologised to the Afghan folks on Wednesday as a result of ‘I couldn’t make it finish otherwise.’

In a press release on Twitter, Ghani mentioned he left on the urging of the palace safety in an effort to keep away from the danger of bloody avenue combating, and once more denied stealing tens of millions from the treasury.

The US State Department final night time expressed issues that no women had been appointed to the brand new caretaker authorities, drawn from veteran Taliban members.

The carefully-worded assertion famous that this was an interim authorities and mentioned that Washington anticipated that Afghanistan wouldn’t grow to be a base for terrorism.

‘The world is watching carefully,’ the assertion mentioned.   

Furious protesters took to the streets of the capital on Tuesday after the chief of the anti-Taliban resistance referred to as for a ‘nationwide rebellion’ in opposition to the militant group a day earlier. Pictured: A Taliban fighter factors his gun at protesters

While the Taliban are anticipated to stay supportive of the boys’s cricket crew, which boasts a star of the worldwide recreation in leg-spinner Rashid Khan, the prejudicial stance over women’s participation seems unlikely to be relaxed it doesn’t matter what implications it might have.

‘We have fought for our faith in order that Islam is to be adopted. We will not cross Islamic values even when it carries reverse reactions. We will not depart our Islamic guidelines,’ Wasiq mentioned.

‘In cricket and different sports activities, women will not get an Islamic dress code.

‘It is clear that they will get uncovered and will not comply with the dress code, and Islam doesn’t enable that.’