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Taliban will allow only female teachers to teach girls in Afghanistan, to reopen high schools for girl students from March
The Taliban-led government in Afghanistan has said that they had closed high schools for girls after taking over the administration in August last year as they were creating a 'safe system for girls'
When the Taliban took control of the country in August, it had barred girls from going to schools across Afghanistan
Open schools for young girls right now, writes Malala Yousafzai in an open letter to Taliban-led Afghan government
Even though Yousafzai's demand has a global recognition and value, it is very likely that the Taliban may simply ignore it
All Afghan girls will be allowed to attend secondary schools, Taliban working on a framework: UN official
During the Taliban's previous rule of Afghanistan from 1996-2001, they denied girls and women the right to education and barred them from working and public life
Older girls have been barred from going to high school and most women have not been allowed to return to work
The Taliban's spokesperson Bilal Karimi had said that the halt to the education of girls was due to the transportation
In today's #TBT, we dial back to the days when the Taliban had taken over Afghanistan, just like it has today. Here's how it all panned out all those years back
What The FAQ: Are the Taliban really allowing women to attend schools, colleges and universities? What are the conditions?
Not just the female students but the teachers too have expressed safety concerns. Several of them were even afraid of walking in the streets, let alone attend universities
It was also announced that mixed classes between girls and boys are not acceptable and some changes would be brought to the curriculum
This is the first 'fatwa' issued by the Taliban after its swift takeover of Afghanistan last week, contradicting the "new face" claims of the terrorist organisation
All four are teachers at the Bakhtar University in Kabul, which was overrun by the Taliban three days ago
In response to BBC's questions about the Taliban's use of Twitter, a company spokesperson highlighted policies against violent organisations and hateful conduct
Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai graduates from Oxford with degree in Philosophy, Politics, Economics
Malala, who became of the face of Taliban brutality when she was shot in the head for going to school in the Swat valley, took to Twitter to share her excitement
Sadhguru issues apology after widespread criticism over video of him calling Muslim LSE student a 'Taliban'
Jaggi Vasudev alleged that the video had been mischievously edited and that in India, the word 'Taliban' is used to refer to an over-enthusiastic person
Malala was shot in the head by a Taliban member in 2012 when she defied the diktat of the Sunni Islamic fundamentalist movement, which was entrenched in Afghanistan
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