In the previous regime, the Taliban had banned the rearing of birds in the house. For doing this, the person was punished severely and the birds were killed.
These nine things were banned under Taliban rule (symbolic photo)
As American troops are leaving the areas from Afghanistan, the Taliban is spreading its legs. The terrorist organization is claiming to occupy 85 percent of Afghanistan. The Taliban have already started issuing decrees in their occupied areas. In the past, the Taliban banned women from leaving their homes. These decrees of the group are reminiscent of the time when Afghanistan was ruled by the Taliban.
The Taliban ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001. Terror and extremism reigned during this period. Very strict rules were imposed on the people and they were punished severely for breaking the rules. Women were specifically targeted through these rules but men were equally harassed. Take a look at nine things that were banned by the Taliban during their rule.
These nine things were not allowed
1. Watching TV
One could not keep a TV in the house for entertainment purposes as it was considered an insult to Islam.
2. Men’s Beard
Men had to keep beards all the time. He was told that it was written in the Quran and Hadith and that the Prophet himself had a beard.
3. Listening to Music
Listening to music was considered un-Islamic and the person doing so had to bear the brunt.
4. Keeping Birds
Keeping birds at home was forbidden as it was considered against Islam. Those found with the birds were punished and the birds were killed.
5. On Kite Flying
The Taliban had banned kite flying because it was considered an obstacle in the path of Allah.
6. Offensive Literature
According to the Taliban, any person found to be of literature believed to be against Islam was killed.
The Taliban kept Afghans and foreigners out of access to the Internet in Afghanistan.
8. When women go out alone
Women were banned from leaving the house alone. Women had to accompany a man in the form of their father, brother or husband when they went out of their homes.
9. Labor Day
The May 1 holiday was banned because they considered it a communist holiday.
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