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Afghan women can attend schools but in gender-separated classes: Taliban official


Afghan female students are allowed to go to school in gender-separated classes, and wearing an Islamic dress is also necessary, said the Talibans acting education minister.

Afghan female students can attend higher education institutions and universities but in gender-separated classes, Abdul Baqi Haqqani, acting minister of higher education of the new Taliban government, said on Sunday.

“All government-run universities will reopen soon. Higher education authorities are working on regulations as students will return to their classes,” Haqqani told reporters.

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The minister noted that “boys and girls would not study together … They will be separated,” as co-education scheme has been against Islamic principle and national values.

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The minister noted that the “Islamic dress was also necessary for the female students while attending classes.”

The report came as an Afghan female student secured a top position at a national university entrance exam this year.

Being affected by the COVID-19 lockdown earlier this year, the Afghan universities were closed after the Taliban takeover of the country in mid-August. However, a number of private universities reopened earlier this week after the Taliban announced a caretaker government in Afghanistan

Published : September 13, 2021

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