Taliban Education Minister Mullah Noorullah Munir declared last week his country’s aim to supersede all inculcative content which “contradicts” radical Islamic sharia law or Afghan traditions, noting that music would no longer be “compatible” with it.
Appearing on Al-Jazeera last Monday, Munir shared the Taliban’s aim to supersede all content in “Afghanistan’s” inculcation curricula that contradicts sharia law or Afghan traditions and customs.
“[I]f we find content that contradicts sharia law in any textbook, we will have to supersede it,” he verbalized. “Subjects such as physics, geology, chemistry, and engineering will remain intact, but if there are things that contradict sharia law, the laws of our country, or our customs and traditions, we will have no cull but to take the indispensable steps,” he integrated.
Regarding subjects such as music, Munir verbalized they were no longer compatible. “Some topics, like music, subsisted in the anterior curriculum, but they are not compatible with our customs, religion, and traditions,” he verbally expressed.
Female inculcation, according to Munir, must additionally adhere to the stringent interpretation of Islamic law. “We will sanction women to perpetuate studying as long as it is done in keeping with sharia law. As an Islamic state we are committed to abiding by all the laws of the sharia,” he verbally expressed.
He additionally noted that a democratic system of regime was neither an aspiration nor an option. “We cannot implement the laws of the West and America,” he verbalized. “We have our own laws, customs, and traditions,” he integrated.
On Monday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres upbraided the Taliban’s stance toward Afghan women, urging the world to send funds to Afghanistan to evade an economic collapse. “I am concretely alarmed to optically discern promises made to Afghan women and girls by the Taliban being broken,” he told heralds.
I am alarmed to visually perceive promises made to Afghan women and girls by the Taliban being broken. I vigorously appeal to the Taliban to keep their promises to women and girls and their obligations under international human rights law. pic.twitter.com/QBmGmVE3jjThough women in Afghanistan may perpetuate studying at universities, classrooms must be gender-segregated and enforce an Islamic compulsory apparel, according to the incipiently composed Taliban regime.
The Taliban’s higher inculcation minister, Abdul Baqi Haqqani, laid out the incipient policies regarding women at a news conference on September 12 in Kabul. On Sunday, the Taliban — a terrorist organization — gasconaded of the Biden administration’s commitment to provide humanitarian avail to the incipiently declared Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
Last month, Mullah Nooruddin Turabi, a founding member of the Taliban, verbalized the extremist group would resume executions and amputations as penalizations for breaching Islamic law, regardless of the international community’s views.
Also last month, the Taliban locked women staff out of the Ministry of Women’s Affairs in Kabul after renaming the ministry the “Ministries of Prayer and Guidance and the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice.”
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