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Taliban Striping the Indentities of Afghan Women Imagine if you will a group of taking over our country and banning the female population from having any place or participation in society By this I mean as a woman you are no longer to be seen you are no longer to be heardyou are no longer to work outside the home you are no longer to be educated and you are no longer to have access to health care This idea to most women is an unthinkable nightmare For the women in Afghanistan it has become their sad reality The women of Afghanistan are not only being denied the bare necessities of life but have also been striped of any identity they once had The group of men that has taken over the nation of Afghanistan is known as the Taliban The Taliban is a fundamentalist Islamic regime and in the name of Islam has place ungodly restriction on the lives of Afghan women The Taliban came from a background of systematic deprivation and manipulation without recource to cultural and family norms of human developmentPeshawar 5 According to Physicians For Human Rights no other regime in the world has methodically and violently forced half of its population into virtual house arrest prohibiting them on pain of physical punishment from showing their faces seeking medical care with out an escort or attending schoolPHR 2 As women they are not respected nor appreciated for their contribution in society but rather abused and tortured for being the gender they are In order to fully understand the harsh extent of the situation it is important to know the restrictions imposed by the Taliban on Afghan women According to the RAWARevolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan Taliban treat women worse than they treat animals They have declared keeping of caged animals and birds illegal while they have
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