Afghan women There are protests around the world against the Taliban’s new demand for hijab in schools. They express their dissatisfaction by posting pictures on social networks in which they are in colorful and beautiful outfits.
Namely, these days, the Taliban passed a decree on segregation in classes, that is, they divided students on the basis of gender, and students, professors and other employed women must wear the hijab according to Sharia law. CNN reports.
Images of female students wearing head-to-toe black, fully covered, covered the media, and the only thing seen was waving Taliban flags at the Taliban-led Kabul University.
Other Afghans responded to this by posting or publishing photos where they were dressed in colorful and beautiful traditional Afghan attire – in contrast to the black hijab that is mandatory upon the arrival of the Taliban.
No woman in the history of Afghanistan has worn such clothes. It is very foreign and unknown to the culture of Afghanistan. I posted a picture of myself in a traditional outfit to inform, educate and dispel misinformation about Taliban propaganda – wrote Dr. Bahar Jalali, who also started a Twitter crackdown with the clothes on.
– In protest against the Taliban jersey code, I am carefully posting these pictures of traditional Afghan costumes – an Afghan woman wrote on Twitter.
There are others there.
– This is my traditional dress and this is my real heritage –
– We proudly wear our traditional, colorful and bright Afghan clothes –
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