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The Taliban, who entered the capital Kabul on Sunday, took de facto control of Afghanistan.
With the return to power of the Taliban after 20 years, radical changes are expected in the country.
What awaits women in the new period is one of the questions the whole world fearfully awaits answered.
Despite the Taliban’s moderate statements, some images from Afghanistan reveal that the situation is not very encouraging.
After the Taliban took control of the country within 10 days, many government officials found the solution to flee abroad or go into hiding.
One of these names is Pashtana Dorani, who founded and runs the NGO “Learn”, which fights for women’s right to education.
Stating that he was the target of the Taliban, Dorani said his address had been decrypted and had been hidden in another location since then.
“If they find me, they will shoot me,” Dorani told iNews. Dorani said: ‘Of course I’m shaken and scared. But I have to put a mask on my face and keep fighting, ”he said.
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When asked how long he would stay in hiding, Dorani replied, “I’ll be honest, it’s not something everyone would know. You just have to act on your instincts,” he said. he declared.
Stating that Learn is looking for ways for girls to continue their education, Dorani said, “The world should pressure the Taliban to accept women’s rights and girls’ rights to education.
Dorani continued his words as follows;
“They will accept Afghanistan or divide the country. Either they accept the 50 percent of Afghanistan who are women, or they have to understand that they are fighting and that women will respond.
THE TALIBAN PROCESS TO DOMINATE AFGHANISTAN
As part of the peace agreement reached between the United States and the Taliban in February 2020, the process of withdrawing international forces from Afghanistan began this year.
While the agreement stipulated that it would not attack foreign forces, it did not foresee the actions of the Taliban against the Afghan security forces.
Continuing negotiations with the Afghan government in Doha, the Taliban have simultaneously dominated many districts and provincial centers in Afghanistan with heavy attacks since June.
Besieging the capital Kabul, the Taliban took control of the city without conflict after President Ashraf Ghani left the country on August 15.
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