How different are the Sharia laws for women under the Taliban and Wahhabis


New Delhi, Aug 19: He did not elaborate on his comments, but the Taliban’s longtime spokesperson Zabhihullah Mujahid had said that his outfit would honour women’s rights.

Barely a week after taking over Afghanistan, reports said that a woman had been killed in Taloqan, Takhar province because she had left her home without wearing a burqa.

The Taliban will impose the Sharia law, but their interpretation of the same is comparatively different in nature. The Taliban during its earlier regime had said that a woman needs to be accompanied by a male family member child or adult when she goes out.

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