Etilaat-e-Rooz (Translated by RAWA), June 16, 2022
Female students at Balkh University: Taliban female agents violate our privacy
"A woman's handcuffs are her privacy and no one has the right to encroach on her,"
As Taliban continue to restrict female students at Balkh University, female Taliban-appointed agents inspect students' handcuffs and break their cosmetics.
Some female students, who did not want to be named in the news, told the daily Etilaat-e-Rooz that female Taliban-appointed agents had broken their cosmetics after inspecting their handcuffs.
One of the female students today (Thursday, June 15) called the move a violation of women's privacy and called on the Taliban-led government to stop the abuse.
"A woman's handcuffs are her privacy and no one has the right to encroach on her," she said. "This is a clear act of Taliban aggression and must be stopped."
Meanwhile, another female student at Balkh University says she witnessed a massive collection of girls' make-up this week and its destruction by the Taliban.
This student says that if the use of makeup is against Islamic principles, why does the government does not collect it from the city level? "If the arrangement is really against Islamic values, then why is the Taliban allowed to enter?" She added. "Why don't they collect from all over the city?"
The students say that in addition to this, the Taliban are still abusing them because of the type of clothing and the color of the clothes and tents of the female students.
Earlier, students at Balkh University complained that three female students had been beaten at the entrance to the university by female agents appointed by the Taliban.
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