The United Nations General Assembly is addressing the rights of Afghan women and children, particularly concerning the Taliban’s ban on girls’ education. The ban, which the Taliban justifies based on their interpretation of Islamic law, affects over 1 million girls in Afghanistan. Muslim-majority countries and international organizations have condemned the ban, but the Taliban remains resistant. The impact of the ban extends beyond education, affecting the country’s economy, healthcare, and overall population. While it may take time for the consequences to trigger widespread unrest among Afghan men, women have already protested against the restrictions.
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