‘Women cannot be ministers’ says Taliban Spokesman Sayed Zekrullah Hashimi

Women cannot be ministers, according to Taliban spokesman Sayed Zekrullah Hashimi, and should instead give birth.

On Tuesday, the Taliban named an all-male provisional cabinet, comprising hardliners and globally suspected terrorists in key ministries.

Taliban Spokesman stated that “A woman can’t be a minister, it’s like putting something on her neck that she can’t carry,” “It is not necessary for women to be in the cabinet – they should give birth.”.

“The Women protesters can’t represent all women in Afghanistan,” a Taliban spokesman said, dismissing any likelihood of women being included in the Afghan government under Taliban control.

Meanwhile, Afghan women have come to the streets to protest the establishment of a hard-line, all-male Taliban government, risking their lives in the process.

Since the Taliban took control of the country in August, Afghan women have been terrified of losing all of the advances they’ve made in terms of civil rights over the last two decades.

Moreover, the Taliban promised to respect women’s rights, but on the contrary, the Taliban drove Afghan women who were protesting against Afghanistan’s new interim government, which is entirely made up of men in Kabul.

There are several cases of violence against the women protesters who have protested against being denied the right to work and do things that the group believes to be outside of their domain.

In its assault on dissent, the Taliban employed whips and sticks against women protesters.

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