TALIBAN troopers allegedly tear gassed and beat bloody a bunch of girls’s rights protesters who have been marching by way of Kabul.

Footage reveals the chaotic scenes as a bunch of girls might be heard screaming and coughing as Taliban forces cradling weapons seem to get them organized to disperse.

Taliban particular forces have been reportedly deployed to interrupt up the march
Video reveals ladies coughing and spluttering on the Taliban forces transfer in
One activist was left bloody as she was allegedly struck throughout the pinnacle by a Taliban fighter

Taliban fighters reportedly fired their weapons into the air, used tear fuel and struck members of the protests once they tried to march on the presidential palace.

Video additionally reveals one protester with bloody face after she was allegedly hit throughout the pinnacle by one of many fighters.

And in one other clip a demonstrator might be seen snatching a megaphone from a Taliban official amid the chaotic scenes because the troopers attempt to drive again the march.

Different footage reveals the ladies coughing and shouting because the armed males transfer amongst them – making an attempt to get these with cameras to cease filming the scenes.

Sudaba Kabiri, a 24-year-old college scholar, mentioned round a dozen Taliban particular forces have been deployed to disperse the protest on Saturday.

She advised AP that tear fuel was used on them and the lads fired their weapons into the air as they broke up the march.


A number of of the ladies are additionally reported to have been detained by the Taliban over the march – which is the newest protest to hit Kabul.

Tolo Information additionally reported protesters mentioned they have been “attacked” by the Taliban with tear fuel and numerous them have been crushed.

Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid claimed the organisers had not coordinated the protest with them – however didn’t touch upon the stories of violence.

Many ladies in Afghanistan concern for the longer term beneath the brand new rule of Taliban after the brutal, oppressive and sexist legal guidelines enacted by the group once they dominated the nation within the 90s.

They suppose it is a man’s nation however it’s not, it’s a girl’s nation too


Farhat Popalzai

Girls already face being whitewashed from public life – with store fronts that includes feminine faces being painted over and feminine newscasters being changed on TV.

Farhat Popalzai, one other 24-year-old college scholar, mentioned she needed to be the voice of Afghanistan’s unvoiced ladies – with many too afraid to depart house.

Some protesters are mentioned to have defied their households – together with sneaking out of them properties to demand equal rights.

She mentioned: “I’m the voice of the ladies who’re unable to talk. They suppose it is a man’s nation however it’s not, it’s a girl’s nation too.”

And protester Maryam Naiby, 20, mentioned: “We’re right here to achieve human rights in Afghanistan. I really like my nation. I’ll at all times be right here.”

Taliban's vicious therapy of girls

WITH stonings, beheadings and being shot with assault rifles at level clean vary, the ladies of Afghanistan face being left to a horrific destiny.

Girls have been brutally oppressed when then the militant group final managed Afghanistan within the 90s – and this seems to be set to return.

Photos from Kabul already present photos of girls being painted over, and plenty of excessive profile females have already been withdrawn from public life.

Many ladies opted to flee the nation – and people who stay have spoken of how they’ve been left in concern for his or her lives.

In the course of the group’s 5 yr rule all through the 90s ladies have been left housebound, solely with the ability to go away with a male chaperone and whereas carrying a full burqa.

“The face of a lady is a supply of corruption”, in keeping with the Taliban.

Girls are banned from working, banned from training over the age of 8, restricted from seeing medical doctors and face the fixed risk of flogging or execution for any breaches of “ethical” legal guidelines.

Already there have been stories of women as younger as 12 being married off to fighters, a lady being shot for carrying “tight garments”, and girls being advised they can not go away house with out a male chaperone.

Taliban militants in 2016 beheaded a lady for going procuring alone whereas her husband was away from house within the village of Larri.

Footage from 2012 captured Taliban militants taking pictures a lady named Najiba, 23, at the back of the pinnacle as she sat in a ditch in Qol.

Whereas one other horrific video confirmed one other girl named Rokhshana, 19, being stoned in a shallow grave in Ghor in 2015.

Najiba was accused of adultery, whereas Rokhshana was accused of getting intercourse together with her boyfriend exterior of marriage.

Video captured earlier this yr confirmed an unnamed girl screaming as she was whipped by a Taliban fighter accused of speaking to a person on the telephone.

And in some of the notorious photos ever captured of Taliban brutality, a lady named Zarmina, a mum-of-five, was executed in the midst of a soccer stadium in Kabul in 1999.

Zarmina’s dying was watched by 30,000 spectators as she cowered beneath her veil – exhibiting the terrifying normalisation of violence towards ladies beneath the Taliban.

And in the meantime, Bibi Aisha had her nostril and ears minimize off by the Taliban when she tried to flee after being married off at 14.

The Taliban are feared to be poised to resurrect their horrific interpretation of Sharia regulation – which entails ladies being murdered for exhibiting an excessive amount of flesh, demanding primary human rights, having affairs and being rape victims.

Taliban officers have nevertheless insisted they need ladies to play a job in Afghanistan as they try and placed on a extra fashionable face.

Nonetheless, many stay uncertain of those pledges – with widespread stories of oppression and abuse rising as they surged again to energy over the previous couple of weeks.

The brutes have already reportedly burnt to dying a lady they mentioned served below-par cooking to its members.

Taliban squads have been going door to door in Afghanistan kidnapping youngsters as younger as 12 to make use of as baby brides and intercourse slaves since they swept again to energy in Afghanistan.

In the meantime, Taliban forces reportedly additionally right this moment painted over murals that promoted well being care and warned of the risks of HIV

Cultural fee spokesman Ahmadullah Muttaqi tweeted that the murals have been painted over “as a result of they’re towards our values”.

“They have been spoiling the minds of the mujahedeen and as an alternative we wrote slogans that will probably be helpful to everybody,” he mentioned.

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Photos present the vocal protest earlier than the scenes turned ugly in Kabul[/caption]

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Taliban fighters confront the ladies marching within the protest[/caption]

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British, American and different allied forces defeated the Taliban in 2001 after they allegedly harboured al-Qaeda terrorists who plotted the World Commerce Centre assaults on 9/11.

Western nations have spent 20 years making an attempt to rebuild Afghanistan as a brand new democratic authorities was put in and brutal legal guidelines enacted by the Taliban have been ended.

Nonetheless, the occupation was beneath fixed assault from terrorist forces – and US President Joe Biden had declared his want to finish so-called “eternally wars”.

Some 20 years of labor was undone in a matter of weeks because the Taliban surged again to energy – typically unopposed – and recaptured Kabul as Western forces boarded evacuation planes.

US President Joe Biden specifically is dealing with heavy criticism over the botched dealing with of the withdrawal in what’s being described as one of many largest international coverage disasters for the reason that Vietnam Warfare.

Nonetheless, resistance forces holding out in Afghanistan’s ultimate free district, the Panjshir Valley, are persevering with to struggle again towards the Taliban.

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