Akef Mohajer; spokesman of Ministry of Promoting Virtue and Prohibiting Evil of Taliban reacting to UNAMA and other international organizations’ reactions to the ministry’s “Islamic Hijab” plan, that just as the Taliban Islamic State does not interfere in the laws of Western countries, they must not also interfere in Afghanistan’s internal affairs.
The order also states: women who work in government organs and do not observe the Hijab will be dismissed.
Meanwhile, Akef Mohajer spokesman for the Ministry of Promoting Virtue and Prohibiting Evil of the Islamic Emerates of Taliban said in an interview with AVA: “Islamic Hijab means any clothing in which women are protected and their hijab is not thin, tight, and women’s limbs are not visible.”
Mohajer said: that the Islamic Hijab is not only a Burqa, he said: Burqa is also a Hijab and other clothes that women wear is also considered an Islamic Hijab.
Spokesman for the Ministry of Promoting Virtue and Prohibiting Evil stated that the treatment of unveiled women has started from today and by the employees of the Ministry of Enlightenment.
He added: “Every country has its own laws and the world respects the laws of other countries.”
He Pointed out why the world does not accept Islamic law, Islamic system and Islamic rule, he said: “In Denmark, France and other Western countries, the Hijab has been banned and those countries accept it; But there is a double standard with Islamic countries, especially the Islamic State, the Taliban and the people of Afghanistan.
He called on all international and human rights organizations to respect and accept Islamic and Afghan law.
Mohajer said: “Referring to the concerns of the United Nations and other human rights organizations about the closure of girls ‘schools from the sixth grade onwards, Girls’ schools are currently closed and plans are underway to open schools to girls soon.”
At the end of his speech, he added: “Just as the Islamic State of the Taliban does not interfere in the laws of Western countries, they should also stop interfering in the internal affairs of Afghanistan.”