Women who served as judges under the former government of Afghanistan have denounced visits by criminals they convicted to their homes, presumably seeking to harm them, Reuters reported on Friday.
The criminals are back on the streets thanks to the return of the Taliban, a radical Islamist terrorist organization, to power. Taliban jihadists completed their overthrow of the Afghan government on August 15 following ex-President Ashraf Ghani’s flight from Kabul. Under the prior Taliban rule between 1996 and 2001, the jihadists banned girls from receiving education and banned women from the workplace, relegating them to their homes and denying them a place in society.
While Taliban spokesmen insist they will allow women to have jobs this time under their interpretation of sharia, or Islamic law, professional women in Afghanistan have documented consistent Taliban persecution against them for the past three weeks.
Among the first acts Taliban terrorists committed upon