on the fifteenth of August last year; The republican system collapsed in Afghanistan and the Taliban took power. With the return of the Taliban; Many changes were made in different aspects of women’s lives. Women were completely separated from the government and lost their jobs in the public and private sectors.
Some of the women who protested on the streets for the restoration of their rights were tortured and their pleas were answered with bullets.
Some of the women who protested on the streets for the restoration of their rights were tortured and their pleads were answered with bullets.
A large number of elite women left the country and went to the land of exile.
In the meantime, thousands of girls stopped continuing their education and thousands of female students stopped continuing their education due to restrictions and poverty. Now that a year has passed since the rule of the Taliban, on August 15, 2022, women consider this day “the blackest day” in their destiny.
Ariana Saeed, a famous artist of Afghanistan, on her Facebook page: “One year has passed, but our hearts are still not healed.”
Samira Rahman: “Our dreams, plans and hopes were destroyed on this day.”
Mozhgan Faraji: “This year was so bad and long that it seemed like a hundred years had passed.”
With the continuation of Taliban rule and the all-round pressure of this group on women; It is still not clear where the history of Afghan women will lead.
Afghan Women News Agency