VOA Afghan Service March 15, 2023 A high-ranking Taliban official told a gathering of Afghan judges this week that the group outlaws any public opposition to the Taliban or its policies. “All those who undermine the [Taliban’s] regime, whether that is via tongue, pen or practically undermining it, are considered rebellious and deserve death,”
By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi December 29, 2022 Afghan women have found a strong supporter as they protest against the Taliban banning women from universities — men. Hundreds of male professors and students, as well as husbands and fathers, are publicly airing their opposition to the latest restriction imposed by the Taliban against their “sisters.” While women
Aamaj: The Taliban minister of education, Mawlawi Neda Mohammad Nadeem, in his trip to Kandahar stated, “there is no difference between the order of God and the one of supreme leader of Taliban, Mullah Hibatullah.” Akhundzada, because both of them are derived from God’s book.” Click here to read more (external link).
The #Taliban Higher Education Minister Mulawi Nida Muhammad Nadeem says Among the #mujahideen , anyone who has carried out many explosions, we do not take the university exam from him. pic.twitter.com/Pr0wfGQAFu — Abdulhaq Omeri (@AbdulhaqOmeri) December 4, 2022 By Abubakar Siddique Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty December 15, 2022 One of the Taliban’s main goals since seizing