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Gender Apartheid in Afghanistan What is freedom By definition freedom is not being under persons control and having the power to do or say as one pleases Many women presently in Afghanistan are living a meaningless life No one has the right to take there freedom away from them Many government officials in Afghanistan find the womens lives there worthless In this paper I will tell you about how the women are getting treated in Afghanistan On September 271996 a extremist militia the Taliban took control of Kabul the capital of Afghanistan There goal was to segregate the country so the women had no rights also know as gender apartheid On this date the women there lost all of their freedom This militia consists of young men and boys who have been taught in refugee camps their whole lives that this is the way of life These young men are not even aware they are morally wrong They demanded gender apartheid which took away all of the rights of women Under Taliban rule women could not be seen be heard or be given the chance to go anywhere Very strict rules are pressed upon the women and if they are disobeyed very strict consequences will have to be served RAWA Here in America people take for granted the little things like being able to go to school and become educated The women in Afghanistan are not allowed to be educated and are banished from the work place In America if our officials stated us that the women could not work many families would be devastated The Talibans in Afghanistan have stripped the women of their own identity by forcing them to wear burqas clothing which covers the whole body except eyes When the women get sick they cannot be examined by a male physicians but at the same time the women cannot practice medicine The Feminist Majority Right now women and
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