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Afghanistan: Girls Struggle for an Education

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Reopen schools for girls in Afghanistan

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Afghan Civil Society, Political Parties and Tribal Councils Condemn Closure of Girls' Schools.

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The Taliban abruptly announced that schooling for girls beyond grade 6 would remain closed until further notice, citing technical issues as the reason for the closure.
The Taliban hard line closed girls’ secondary schools just hours after they reopened on 23 March 2022

now the Afghan Civil Society, Political Parties and Tribal Councils Condemn Closure of Girls' Schools.They say the closure of girls' schools is no longer acceptable.
They say the Islamic Emirate has closed the doors of girls' schools for 200 days.
The Islamic Emirate has repeatedly promised to open girls' schools but has not implemented any of them.

Dr. Khushal Rohi, Axis Party Leader,said "To deprive girls from education for eight months is not a mere loss but a
national catastrophe and is not trouble and acceptable in any terms .
We emphasize that girls school be resumed as soon possible and Afghan woman be given employment and other due rights "

Mohammad Yousuf Hemmat, National Movement Leader,said "Women are the most honorable people in Afghan society. They have not bombed, committed suicide, sold tablets or betrayed the country, so women should be treated with dignity"

Naeema Ghani, A Teacher said " If the Islamic Emirate closes the doors of schools, it will have very bad
consequences and its mistakes and bad consequences will befall us.People will become refugees and in other countries they will be beaten and killed in the name of refugees


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