Well that's a better reason than the USA usually put forward for going around world looking for countries to have wars with.Right so lets have USA go around world looking for countries to have wars with because the don't like the way women are treated.
Let Afghanistan sort out Afghanistan's own shit. Never should have been there in the first place, get out and stay out.
You know the only effective way to stop that?Who gives a dam about the sexual enslavement and human rights of women and girls?
Well, Randumb can support the death penalty for thought crimes without and qualms.Mohammed Bin Lyin said:The Taliban will also be executing people for leaving Islam i guess you support the death penalty for thought crimes as well.
You get AlJazz on TV over there? Now who'd have thunk that.Yeah we got tv here too babe. We probably invented it. And since 1960, women can vote!
Too bad Afghanistan girls can’t fight.Who gives a dam about the sexual enslavement and human rights of women and girls?
For Afghan women, their increasing power is terrifying.
In early July, Taliban leaders, who took control of the provinces of Badakhshan and Takhar, issued an order to local religious leaders to provide them with a list of girls over the age of 15 and widows under the age of 45 for “marriage” with Taliban fighters. It's not yet known whether they've complied.
If these forced marriages take place, women and girls will be taken to Waziristan in Pakistan to be re-educated and converted to "authentic Islam".
This order has caused profound fear among women and their families living in these areas and forced them to flee and join the ranks of internally displaced persons, adding to the humanitarian disaster unfolding in Afghanistan. In the past three months alone, 900,000 people have been displaced.
Reminiscent of brutal Taliban rule
This Taliban directive serves as a stark warning of what lies ahead and a harsh reminder of their brutal 1996–2001 regime during which women were subjected to persistent human rights violations, denied employment and education, forced to wear the burqa and forbidden from leaving home without a male "guardian" or mahram.
Despite claiming they've changed their stance on women's rights, the Taliban's actions and latest efforts to commit thousands of women to sexual slavery demonstrate quite the opposite.
Furthermore, the Taliban have signalled their intention to deny girls education past the age of 12, to ban women from employment and reinstate the law requiring women to be accompanied by a guardian.
Too bad Afghanistan girls can’t fight.