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Afghanistan: The Taliban prohibit long trips to non-accompanied women

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windows since the return to power of the Taliban in August, Afghanistan suffered more and more measures imposing restrictions on freedoms, especially towards women and women. Girls

Les talibans ont demandé aux commerçants de couper les têtes des mannequins en Afghanistan. © AFP The Taliban asked traders to cut the heads of mannequins in Afghanistan. Terror - Since the return to power of the Taliban in August, Afghanistan suffered more and more measures imposing restrictions on freedoms, especially towards women and girls

the Taliban ordered clothing vendors in Herat , in the west of Afghanistan, to decapitate the models of their stores, that they consider as opposed to their interpretation of Islamic law. The directive is in addition to a series of Taliban measures to impose in the country their rigorous vision of Islam, limiting public freedoms, especially women and girls.

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"We asked traders to cut the head of the mannequins, as it goes against the (Islamic) Law of the Sharia ," confirmed Wednesday at AFP Aziz Rahman, head of the department for the promotion of virtue and From the prevention of the Vice of Herat, third largest city in the country with about 600,000 inhabitants.

"If they are content to cover your head, or hide the manikin [whole], the angel of Allah will not go into their store or in their house to bless them," he continued, adding that The clothing vendors promised they would obey.

Disconvenient traders

A video showing men cutting the heads of female plastic models widely circulates since Tuesday on social networks.

Several HERAT merchants surveyed by AFP expressed themselves dissatisfied. "As you see, we cut the heads of the mannequins in the store," regrets Basheer Ahmed, complaining that each of his models cost him 5,000 Afghanis (about 42 euros). "When there is no model, how do you hope to sell your products to consumers? ", he added.

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The Taliban has for the moment issued no national directive concerning these plastic models, in conflict with their strict interpretation of Islamic law, which prohibits the representation of human figures.

During their first reign in the 1990s, the Taliban shocked the world with the destruction of two statues of the Buddha.

Islamists impose drastic restrictions on women

since their return to power in Afghanistan, the Taliban, who seek to be recognized by the international community and would like the return of crucial humanitarian aid for Afghanistan, are more moderate.

But the Islamists have since imposed several restrictions, including women and girls. They announced that women who want to travel over long distances had to be accompanied by a man of their close family and called taxi drivers to accept women aboard their vehicle only if they wear the "Islamic veil". Talibane authorities have also multiplied alcohol searches and prohibits music.

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