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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 17th August 2021 11:54
Please use this thread to clear up any misconceptions the media and public have regarding the Taliban and it rule.

There are many lies out there and very little truth.

One very simple example as heard on a very popular international radio station by a very famous broadcaster and radio journalist today:

Lie: The Taliban rape 12 year old boys.
Fact: The Taliban put a stop to this disgusting act of when they came into power!

Please help clear the many misconceptions and propaganda.
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 17th August 2021 14:31
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When the truth is uncomfortable the Zionist briefly report it. Then get amnesia fact is this practice of Sexual abuse of young boys and keeping them as sex slaves has been a common practice of the Afghan national army. And Western troops were specifically told to ignore it.

Here is an article from the New York Times from several years ago on this.

www.nytimes.com/2015/09/21/world/asia/us-soldiers-told-to...

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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 17th August 2021 14:40
Another propaganda is that the Taliban are despised and feared by the local populace.

Fact: The Afghan Government and its Security forces were despised and feared. The Western countries took the worst criminals in Afghan society murderers, rapists, drug barons and dealers, child molesters and put them into power.

The reason that most of the country was taken by the Taliban without a fight is... because the peoples turned against the crooked and insanely corrupt ruling of the Ashraf Ghani regime. In the towns and cities across the country.

Cornered by the Taliban from one side and an angry populace on the other. The Afghan National Army had no choice but to lay down there weapons and flee.
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 17th August 2021 14:45
In the coming days I expect all the major Social media companies to ban any content that goes against the western propaganda. So this narrative of the wild eyed beareded and barbaric fanatics becomes the only narrative. And the truth becomes clouded in a murky sea of propaganda.

There will be renewed calls for another war...and western intervention of some sorts. By the Zionists and their media companies.It is already gathering pace.
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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 17th August 2021 21:23
Is there anything which can be a positive for women in Afghanistan?
I have seen commenst regarding women and girls not allowed education or to work, to go out without a male (mahram) and names of young girls and widows to be given in for the soldiers to marry
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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 17th August 2021 22:53
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Human Rights Watch published a report in 2017. Stating about 2 thirds of girls did not attend school in Afghanistan. Due to cultural norms.

As for the present Taliban regime they have clearly stated they have no plans to abolish female education. Rather they have plans to expand it.

When the Taliban came to power the first time in 1996. There were virtually no female schools to speak off. There was chaos and lawlessness with different warlords fighting each other there was complete anarchy nobodies wealth, honour or life was safe. In a place near Kandahar when some girls were kidnapped from their homes a group of former mujahideen formed a vigilante group to rescue them. Then people from other nearby towns and villages appealed for their assistance. This movement of Mujahadeen snow balled and came to be known as the Taliban. So to put it into context the Talibans main policy at the time in the 90's was to establish law and order and protect the women from being kidnapped and worse. In a country were there was complete anarchy when they came to power. Female education was not considered a priority.

It remains to be seen what will happen this time round. But from what I have read the Taliban have asked the women working in government departments and civil service to continue to turn up for work as normal.

I would take anything the western media says about the situation of Afghan women with a pinch of salt. Unless the news is independebtly verified from local sources.... Then it is most likely just propaganda.

Strange how these same media organisations showed very little concern about womens rights in Afghanistan. Or their treatment by the Ashraf Ghani and the Hamid Karzai regime and forces for the last 20 years.

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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 01:10
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To add to the post by brother Abdur Rahman ibn Awf, when the Taliban came into existence, there was no infrastructure and security for the women. Knowing this and the situation with the behaviour of the locals, the Taliban paid the women to stay at home. This continued for some time. Then of course, the Taliban were making huge advancements and planning deals with other countries and building a network for fuel etc.

Seeing this, the Western world had to stop them in their tracks by any means necessary!

The fear of a powerful movement that money could not buy, a movement that gave up their country to protect one Muslim on the basis of "No evidence", a movement that established a department called, "AMR BIL MAROOF WANNAHI ANIL MUNKAR" a movement that started to shake the Middle East and Israel, a movement that just could not be allowed to continue with their plans to free the Islamic Emirates and let the world see how the women should be treated with the utmost respect and dignity.
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 07:00
If giving rights to women is allowing modern education at schools for them then the Taliban would be better off not giving them these rights. Infact, don't even allow men to be brainwashed at these "schools". The best way to educate your children is at home under your own eyes where there is a lesser chance of the Dajjali fitnahs to engulf them.
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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 07:46
Jazaakumullaahu khayraa. This thread is insha-allah going to be very useful
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#11 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 10:57
It has been alleged that the Taliban will be ruthless to non Muslims. Previously, the non Muslims paid Jizya for their security. It will most likely be the same again

Mufti Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf has retweeted twitter.com/rsrobin1/status/1427213285959475203?s=20

Ravinder Singh Robin wrote:
#BREAKING : Local Taliban leaders in Kabul had meeting with Afghan sikhs and hindus in the Gurdwara situated in #Kabul.

Sources in Kabul told me that the Talibans assured them Safety and security and told them not to leave Afghanistan.
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#12 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 11:12
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Someone has commented on the drinks on the table. A quick search shows it is an Afghan produced energy drink like Red-Bull, called Hit
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#13 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 12:57
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#14 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 13:15
I am disappointed that there is too much of an attempt to appease the kuffar and mushrikeen. Isn't India enough of an example to all Muslims?
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#15 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 14:57
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Salaam.

Even in the time of Mullah Umar (rh) girls were allowed to go to school providing it was within the laws of Islam. I remember a Taliban minister in a TV interview saying, we don't have a problem with women's education, but the country has been at war since the Soviets so we don't have resources for everyone so we favour the men as they are the bread winners and responsible for providing for their families.

Women used to go shopping in the markets as well. Western media were making people believe that women were banned from the markets and were being beaten in the markets as well. An obvious contradiction. Taliban officers would patrol the markets with whips which they used as a threat. The most they did with the whips was lightly nudge women with it so as to control the crowds without touching non mehram. Punishment by the courts was a different matter.

Even in the early days the Taliban included the shias and hazara, especially in Kabul where they enjoyed official office. They even had hazara men fighting in their ranks.

The people enjoyed aman and security under the Taliban. Shops were left open and unattended overnight including the goods which were kept outside the shops. Nobody feared any harm. The only thing that was denied to the people were the things forbidden in Islam.

Many of the people were happy with the Taliban. Kids used to run behind Taliban patrols while chanting Taliban and chanting takbeer.
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