As women have held several protests against the Taliban asking for their rights and participation in the incoming government in several provinces in the past week, Kabul witnessed a rare all-women protest supporting the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
The university lecturers and students had arranged a gathering in education university before they took to the streets in Kabul.
Unlike other demonstrations in Kabul, this is the second all-women protest which was non-violent and the journalists were allowed to cover the protest freely.
Protesters condemned the recent so-called violence carried out by women protestors and expressed their full support to IEA.
The women also welcomed the scheme of separate classes for boys and girls in all universities and institutes and pledged that they will be working for strengthening Islamic Emirate in Afghanistan.
Earlier, hundreds of women had gathered in Kunduz province and protested for support of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
a bunch of guys dress up in drag and I’m supposed to think what? Women in their country aren’t supposed to leave the house w/out a male family escort. Where’s all the escorts for this group of women? Answer, they aren’t women…. just men in drag.