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While the actions of Taliban operatives in Afghanistan have been watched with horror around the world, the interim cabinet announced yesterday also gave important clues to the country’s future.
“I don’t think qadis will be allowed to play cricket because women don’t have to play cricket,” said Ahmedullah Vasik, who has been appointed deputy minister of culture in the cabinet.
Speaking to Australian broadcaster SBS, Vasik said: “In cricket, they may come across a situation where their face and body cannot be covered. Islam does not allow women to appear like that.”
Stating that we are in the age of the media, the Deputy Minister said: “There will be photos and videos and people will watch them. Islam and the Islamic Emirate (Afghanistan) do not allow women to play landmarks or engage in the kind of sport that seems obvious. “
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