Women's Rights In A Thousand Splendid Suns

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The word Taliban means an“A student studying the Islam religion.” However the fault is not the religion which in fact encourages women to seek knowledge but rather the regressive men who propagate it. They claim to ensure women safety and dignity but instead they strip them of the very thing the promise. The Taliban have a strict set of rules which is to be followed by all women and failure to do so would mean brutal violence and rape. The Talibs do not believe in the very fact that women are human. Women in Afghanistan were treated worse than animals. Their ‘watan’ as the called it refused all women basic rights;Women should not appear in the streets without a blood relative or without wearing a burqa, Women should not wear high-heeled shoes…show more content…
Both of them not only have to live through an abusive marriage whichbinds them, but also through the horrors of the Taliban regime . When Laila tries to debate the rules of the Taliban, Rasheed answers back that the man the executed was the former President of Afghanistan and that makes him only a little worse than a woman. The Taliban’s ideas are not new or radical he continued these are the values held by most places in the country outside of the precious urban world in Kabul. This further implies that while the Taliban was a brute force they were in fact re-enforcing the ideals of many men already living in patriarchal society of…show more content…
military and Afghani resistance strengths in light of the September 11, 2001, terrorist assault on the U.S.Today, with Kabul and other Afghan urban communities freed from the Taliban, women are coming back to their spot in Afghan culture - the place they and their families decide to have. Schools are get ready to revive and women are praying again in mosques. The internationalsociety remains with Afghanistan and with Afghans in recovering their conventions and their rights.In other Muslim nations. Ladies are serving as President of Indonesia and Prime Minister of Bangladesh. There are female government clergymen in Arab nations and in other Muslim nations. Women have the privilege to vote in Muslim nations, for example, Qatar, Iran, and Bahrain. All through the Muslim world, women fill innumerable positions as specialists, educators, columnists, judges, representatives, negotiators, and different experts. It is not impossible for the women of Afghanistan to empower themselves again and go back to their position prior to the mujahedeen. They can overcome their past and be reborn from the ashes of war as
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