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Women march in support of the Taliban government outside Kabul University, Afghanistan, on September 11, 2021   | Photo Credit: AP

bet365 live cricket scores, Afghan women wearing full face veils sat in rows at a Kabul university lecture theatre Saturday, pledging commitment to the Taliban's hardline policies on gender segregation.

blackjack bonus no deposit,About 300 women — covered head-to-toe in accordance with strict new dress policies for education—waved Taliban flags as speakers railed against the West and expressed support for the Islamists' policies.

A handful wore blue burqas, which have only a small mesh window to see from, but most wore black niqabs covering most of the face apart from the eyes.,golf odds

nba first-half,Many also wore black gloves.

Women's rights in Afghanistan were sharply curtailed under the Taliban's 1996-2001 rule, but since returning to power last month they have claimed they will implement a less extreme rule.,tennis udstyr

This time, women will be allowed to attend university as long as classes are segregated by sex or at least divided by a curtain, the Taliban's education authority has said.,alkmaar fc

They must also wear an abaya robe and niqab.,d goffin

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The women, who organisers said were students, listened to a series of speeches at Shaheed Rabbani Education University in the capital, Kabul.,ipl live cricket 2021

tennis zug,Large Taliban flags flanked the podium, as the female speakers criticised women who have protested across Afghanistan in recent days.

bet on cricket match,They also defended the new government of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, which has banned demonstrations unless permission is granted by the justice ministry.

Daud Haqqani, director of foreign relations at the education ministry, said the protest was organised by the women, who had asked and been granted permission to demonstrate,delhi ipl score

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"We are against those women who are protesting on the streets, claiming they are representative of women," said the first speaker, covered head to toe.,football betting lines week 17

ipl live cricket 2021,"Is it freedom to like the last government? No, it is not freedom. The last government were misusing women. They were recruiting women just by their beauty," she claimed.

cash poker online,Some in the audience held babies, who occasionally cried during the speeches, while others were young girls clearly too young for university.

A student named Shabana Omari told the crowd she agreed with the Taliban's policy that women should cover their heads.,football results today premiership bbc

"Those not wearing the hijab are harming all of us," she said, referring to the headscarves worn by many Muslim women.,bet on cricket match

ipl live cricket 2021,"The hijab is not an individual thing."

online betting in india legal,Ms. Omari concluded her speech by leading a chorus of "Allahu Akbar", or "God is greatest".

bet365 soccer mx,Another speaker, Somaiya, said history had changed since the Taliban came back.

"After this we will not see 'bihijabi' (people not wearing headscarves)," she said.,free slots with bonuses

"Women will be safe after this. We are supporting our government with all our strength.",cricket quiz

football betting odds,After the speeches in the meeting hall, the women walked in organised lines a short distance on the street outside, holding printed banners and flanked by Taliban soldiers carrying rifles and machine guns.

The public demonstration was in stark contrast with scenes in Kabul and elsewhere earlier in the week, when Taliban fighters fired into the air to disperse a number of protests against their rule, shooting two people dead.,bet365 live cricket scores

"Women who left Afghanistan cannot represent us," one pro-Taliban banner on Saturday read.,blackjack for cash online

"We are satisfied with attitude and behaviour of Mujahideens (Taliban)" read another.,best online poker games for real money

football betting odds,The Taliban say they want to distance themselves from the harsher policies of old, when half the population was excluded from work and education.

Under new rules, women may work "in accordance with the principles of Islam", the Taliban have decreed, but few details have yet been given as to what that exactly might mean.,bet on cricket match

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