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Viral Video: Taliban burn musical instruments

Viral Video: Taliban burn musical instruments

Ground Report | New Delhi: Taliban burn musical instruments; The Taliban hate musical instruments and often end up breaking them from time to time. In a recent video that has gone viral on social media platforms, the Taliban set fire to musical instruments of singers in the Zazi Aryub district of Paktia province.

Twitter user Ihtesham Afghan posted a video and wrote “The Taliban set fire to musical instruments of singers in the Zazi Aryub district of Paktia province. Terrorism and killings are permissible in Taliban’s Islam, but anything that ends hatred, increases love, brings happiness to human life, is haraam. This is current Afghanistan.

The Taliban have established a ban on playing music in cars, as well as the presence inside them of women who are not wearing the hijab. (Taliban burn musical instruments)

“A spokesman for the Islamic Emirate’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has acknowledged to Kabul News that it has notified all drivers urging them to refrain from playing music in cars and not to pick up women without hijab,” the aforementioned media outlet wrote on its profile. from Twitter.

The Taliban’s orders “also state that drivers must not take a woman on a relatively long trip without the presence of her husband or another authorized male”, as well as to stop the vehicle when it is prayer time and not drive under the effects of drugs.

Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in mid-August with their irruption in Kabul, they have established a series of rules with which they have buried the small but important advances that women had managed to conquer in previous years.

Soon women had their presence banned in the media and in administrative positions, and they were also prohibited from participating in such everyday matters, such as going anywhere alone or having a mobile phone.

The international community has subordinated any type of collaboration and delivery of humanitarian aid to respect for Human Rights, especially for women and girls, given the possibility that they may not be allowed to work or study.

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