Taliban claim there won’t be violence against women and they hold ‘no grudges’
The Taliban assured they will regard the privileges of ladies as they assume control over control of Afghanistan.
In their first official news meeting in Kabul since their swift takeover of the city, the group asserted they desired for peaceable relations with other nations and would regard the privileges of ladies inside the system of Islamic law.
“We don’t want any internal or external enemies,” the movement’s main representative Zabihullah Mujahid, said.
He said ladies would be permitted to work and study and will be actively dynamic in thee society and public eye but inside the structure of Islam.
The Taliban held onto the control of capital Kabul on Sunday in the wake of moving through the country in only days.
Under the new system, he said, ladies will be relied upon to wear a hijab, expressing that these are not their guidelines but the Islamic principles.
In his words,
“These are not our rules, these are Islamic rules.”
He claimed this was ‘For their security”.
The Taliban took control of Kabul’s official castle on Sunday in the wake of walking into the capital having held onto each and every city in the country.
The Islamist group who prevented ladies from working and administered punishments including public stoning during their past 1996-2001 rule, cleared the country in days as US-backed government forces melted away.
While the Taliban have swore there will be no requital against rivals and vowed to regard the privileges of ladies, minorities and foreigners, numerous Afghans are distrustful.
Unfortunate scenes show a huge number of individuals at Hamid Karzai International Airport frantically looking to get away from the country, with many sticking to leaving planes.
Somewhere around eight townies were killed as troops began evacuating a large number of Western officials – 6,000 of them British – and aides from Afghanistan.
Some were crushed and other people who held on to an exiting US military jet fell many feet to their demises.