A new era has begun with the American withdrawal from Afghanistan and the takeover of Kabul by the Taliban. Efforts to return to normal life continue in the country, where chaos has reigned for some time.
While the first domestic flights were made yesterday at Hamid Karzai Airport, exchange offices and universities have started their activities.
WOMEN ENTER UNIVERSITIES BUT …
When the Taliban were in power from 1996 to 2001, they did not allow women to go to school in Afghanistan. The Taliban, who took over the administration, announced that this time women could go to university, but only through female professors.
SEPARATE MEN AND WOMEN WITH THE GRAY CURTAIN
Photos from the first day of studying at universities showed that the Taliban changed the seating arrangement. According to a widely publicized photo on social media, women and men in classrooms were separated by a gray curtain. The women in the photo were seen wearing scarves and long dresses.
Women lived separately from men before the Taliban took power, but there was no physical separation between them.
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THEY CAN ENTER CERTAIN SECTIONS ON THE CAMPUS
According to college students who spoke to Reuters, women receive separate education and can only enter a certain part of the campus.
Anjila, a 21-year-old university student, said in a statement. “I felt really bad when I walked into the classroom. We’re slowly going back to 20 years ago.” made statements.