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  • Writer's pictureUtkarsha M

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Taliban and the war against women...Where women get flogged or killed for having their nails painted...




President Biden coldly states that he does not regret his decision of pulling US troops out of Afghanistan, as where women get flogged or killed for having their nails painted is not a global concern.

The Pandemic and loss of human life have not taught us anything and the gross violation of human rights reaches new peaks as the Taliban soaks Afghanistan’s landscape with the blood of innocent men, women, and children. As countries scramble to get their nationals out of a country where shamefully the president has fled leaving a collapsing army and a shattered population facing the return of a medieval regime. The extraordinary and harrowing images from Kabul airport are distressing enough for any human with a conscience and should be a humanitarian concern. However, the powers that be are focused on a non-combative evacuation operation at Kabul airport even as women throw babies over barbed wires.


Kabul Collapse and the state of chaos

In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state.


As the desperate bid to escape the barbaric regime continues, a tragedy beyond anyone’s comprehension will have a long-reaching impact on women all over the world, especially in Islamic countries. In recent weeks, as Taliban forces have surged triumphantly across the country, it has felt like the pretense of moderation is over, with alarming reports emerging of school closures, movement restrictions, and women forced to leave their jobs. The Taliban spokesman has continued to pledge respect for women’s rights, but his claims ring more hollow than ever.



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