Islamic scholars call on the Taliban to reopen Afghanistan’s girls’ school

Kabul, May 1: Islamic scholars at a rally in Paktia, Afghanistan, called on the Taliban to reopen schools for girls, local media reported.

According to TOLOnews, scholars have issued a five-point resolution calling on the Islamic Emirate to reopen schools for girls in grades 7-12.

“We, the religious priests of Paktia, are calling on the Islamic Evidence to promote the basis for the education of girls under the Islamic structure. Islam is working on the education of girls, but of the Islamic structure. It’s below, “they said in a statement. Meanwhile, the Taliban’s Ministry of Education (MoE) said the Islamic Emirate is approaching a solution for reopening girls’ schools.

Aziz Ahmad Ryan, a spokesman for the ministry, said, “When I asked (to the Minister of Education), the problem was near, and in the near future, a suitable solution would be reached and the girls would return to school. , According to TOLOnews. Pakistan: “In 2018 Reham Khan was paid to me to write a book,” said former Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The Taliban administration, which hijacked Kabul last August, reduced women’s rights and freedoms, and women were largely excluded from the workforce due to economic crises and restrictions.

Earlier, dozens of female students in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, went out on the streets demanding that the Tullivan administration withdraw its decision to ban girls from attending schools in grades 6 and above. With the slogan “Education is our absolute right,” protesters called for the reopening of schools for girls in grades 7 and 12 across Afghanistan, Tolo News reported.

According to HRW, women and girls are also blocked from access to healthcare. Women and girls reportedly facing violence have no way out. Enrolling girls in schools and other educational institutions is one of the major demands of the international community. The majority of countries have refused to officially recognize the Taliban in concerns about the treatment of girls and women and other human rights issues.

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