Taliban decree : Singer, filmmaker, actor should evaluate their profession according to Islamic Sharia
Taliban militants have openly declared that singers, filmmakers, actors, etc. living in Afghanistan should evaluate their profession according to Islamic Sharia. After this assessment, they will have to change their profession on their own.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid was asked whether the Taliban would allow artists to continue their work in the country. To this, Mujahid said that the fate of artists in Afghanistan would be decided according to Islamic law. If singers, film actors or filmmakers, etc. evaluate their profession according to Islamic Sharia laws, then they themselves will have to change this profession. It is noteworthy that a large number of artists have left Afghanistan since the occupation of the Taliban. agency
Comedian Fazal Mohamed was killed by the Taliban last month. The video of the terrorists being kidnapped from the house had gone viral. The Taliban also killed well-known historian and poet Abdullah Atif.
condition for women's rights
The Taliban had already said that women will get their rights and respect only under Sharia. Popular Afghan popstar Aryana Saeed said there is no future for women there. It also expressed the apprehension that now women will be imprisoned in their homes, they will not even get basic rights.
On 15 August itself, a video of Afghanistan's most popular filmmaker Sahra Karimi surfaced, in which she was seen running amidst the chaos on the streets of Kabul. He also said that there is no place left for women and artists in Afghanistan because Taliban terrorists do not respect them. Karimi has been the first female president of the Afghan government's film organization.
Talibani looking for girls older than 15 years for marriage
A journalist who managed to escape from Afghanistan has told that the Taliban are going door to door looking for girls older than 15 years for marriage. Holly Mackay in The Dallas Morning News said, "Afghani women worked hard for their independence, but the return of the Taliban changed all that." McKay also wrote about a 14-year-old girl. The girl who ran away from Kunduj to save her life said that she just wants to become a doctor one day after taking good education.
Mackay says that a month ago in Badakhshan, a father was asked by the Taliban to give daughters to be a wife. The fighters took his 21-year-old daughter along. The father later learned that not only did the Talibani mullah marry and have sex with her, but four other men were also raping her every night. There was no hearing of the complaint with the District Governor. Had to hide with other daughters at some other place. Mackay has written that even though the Taliban is presenting a new face, its thinking is old.