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The Taliban, their undoing has begun. by sourmash
Started on: 09-10-2021 09:47 AM
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It has begun. We tried to do.something there, though gov can't tell us what it was. But what we did was create a larger, more powerful Taliban as a result. But the seed we planted has germinated. Bwuhahahahahha!

The Taliban is going to allow women to go to university? Their undoing will start with women in the classroom being taught feminism and what to do with the futbal team in Spring Break.

https://edition.cnn.com/202...tain-intl/index.html


Curtains separate male and female Afghan students as new term begins under Taliban rule
By Tim Lister and Radina Gigova, CNN

Updated 1137 GMT (1937 HKT) September 7, 2021
Students attend class at Avicenna University in Kabul, Afghanistan, on September 6, 2021, in this picture obtained by Reuters from social media.

(CNN)A flimsy gray curtain divides a university classroom in Kabul in two -- on one side sit the male students, on the other the female students, wearing hijabs.

IT'S COLLEGE. THEY NEED TO EFFING STUDY YOU EFFING DEGENERATE REPORTER!!

It's a glimpse into what education could look like in Afghanistan under Taliban rule, as some students returned to classrooms for the start of the new school semester this week.
The last time the Taliban were in power, from 1996 to 2001, women and girls were banned from education and work. After the militants were removed in 2001, women were free to go to university and jobs.

Now the Taliban are back. While their current leadership has insisted women will play a prominent role in society and that their regime will be "inclusive," doubts remain over whether this rhetoric will match reality.
Photos shared on social media of the first university classrooms to open following the US withdrawal include women -- but with striking differences.

The Taliban-run Ministry of Education has approved a proposal -- submitted by Afghanistan's union of universities, which represents 131 colleges -- on the separation of male and female students

Curtains separate male and female Afghan students as new term begins under Taliban rule
By Tim Lister and Radina Gigova, CNN

Updated 1137 GMT (1937 HKT) September 7, 2021
Students attend class at Avicenna University in Kabul, Afghanistan, on September 6, 2021, in this picture obtained by Reuters from social media.
Students attend class at Avicenna University in Kabul, Afghanistan, on September 6, 2021, in this picture obtained by Reuters from social media.
(CNN)A flimsy gray curtain divides a university classroom in Kabul in two -- on one side sit the male students, on the other the female students, wearing hijabs.

It's a glimpse into what education could look like in Afghanistan under Taliban rule, as some students returned to classrooms for the start of the new school semester this week.
The last time the Taliban were in power, from 1996 to 2001, women and girls were banned from education and work. After the militants were removed in 2001, women were free to go to university and jobs.
Now the Taliban are back. While their current leadership has insisted women will play a prominent role in society and that their regime will be "inclusive," doubts remain over whether this rhetoric will match reality.
Photos shared on social media of the first university classrooms to open following the US withdrawal include women -- but with striking differences.
Students divided by a curtain at Avicenna University on Monday.
Students divided by a curtain at Avicenna University on Monday.
The Taliban-run Ministry of Education has approved a proposal -- submitted by Afghanistan's union of universities, which represents 131 colleges -- on the separation of male and female students.
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According to the proposal, female and male students must enter their place of learning through separate entrances. Mixed classes are only allowed where the number of female students is fewer than 15, and the classroom must be divided by a curtain.
Newly-created classes at private universities should be separate for boys and girls, the proposal added. And all universities are obliged to designate a separate area for female students to perform their prayers.

In addition, "all female students, lecturers and employees are obliged to observe hijab according to Sharia," the proposal said. The hijab covers the hair but not the face.
"In the future the universities should try to hire female professors for female students. In the meantime, efforts should be made to appoint elderly professors who are well-known for being trustworthy to teach female students," the proposal continued.
There was a mixed response from female students to the education changes. Sahar, 21, who is studying political science, told CNN she was happy that the Taliban had not banned girls from attending higher education, but described the new rules as extreme.

"There are so many female students in Kabul who grew up in a free environment where they had the opportunity to choose what to wear and which university to attend or whether to sit in a classroom with the boys or not, but now it would be too difficult for them to adapt to these extreme rules," she said.

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Mina said that if girls wanted to have a voice in the future, they had to get educated whatever the circumstances.

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