Malala says millions are forced to live as refugees – file photo
International Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai has once again sharply criticized the Taliban for emphasizing girls’ education in Afghanistan.
Malala Yousafzai said on social networking site Twitter that she had almost lost her life in the fight against the Taliban’s ban on girls’ education.
He added that thousands of Pashtun social leaders and notables had lost their lives for speaking out against the Taliban’s horrific violence while millions were being forced to live as refugees.
In his tweet, he said that we (Afghanistan) do not represent the Taliban but the Pashtun community.
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The Taliban took full control of Afghanistan after the fall of Kabul in August this year, prompting the international community to reconsider its tough policy on girls’ education and women’s employment. Do
On the other hand, Taliban Foreign Minister Amirullah Muttaqi had said in a statement in October that we want good relations with the world but the government should be given some time to open girls’ schools.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has also called on the Taliban to keep its promises to include women in government and to continue educating girls.