A month after Kabul's fall, Taliban stares at humanitarian crisis

A month after Kabul's fall, Taliban stares at humanitarian crisis

Afghan youth rights activist Wazhma Sayle says she was shocked to see a photograph online, apparently of women dressed in black all-enveloping niqabs and gowns, staging a demonstration in support of the country's new Taliban rulers at Kabul University. The 36-year-old, who is based in Sweden, later posted a photograph of herself on Twitter dressed in a bright green and silver dress captioned: "This is Afghan culture & how we dress! Anything less then this does not represent Afghan women!" This is Afghan culture & how we dress! Anything less then this does not represent Afghan women! — W.Sayel (@Sayel_D) September 12, 2021 And it is described as fundamental pillar of #Afghan Identity ! #AfghanistanCulture@RoxanaBahar1pic.twitter.com/R6IifSrDQ8 "It's a fight for our identity," Sayle said in a telephone interview. "I don't want …
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