Taliban leader did not mention the reopening of girls’ schools in his message

Bayan News – On the thousandth day of the closure of girls’ schools in Afghanistan, Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada, the Taliban leader, did not mention the education of girls at all in his Eid message.

The Eid message of the Taliban leader was published on Thursday (June 13) and it states that with the rule of the Taliban, the legal rights of all citizens of this country have been ensured.

Simultaneously, international efforts to put pressure on the Taliban regarding the cancellation of girls’ education have started again.

Some human rights organizations have recently launched a campaign called “Eqraa” and based on this campaign, the international community should put more pressure on the Taliban.

The Taliban closed girls’ schools shortly after regaining power in Afghanistan.

On the other hand, the issue of Gaza and condemning the Israeli attacks, relations with the international community, the good behavior of the Taliban forces with the people, and other matters have also been mentioned.

The Taliban leader emphasized that the current government of Afghanistan is ready to establish good relations with the world based on the framework of Sharia.

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