RASC News Agency: Reports from Herat province indicate that the Taliban group has recently imposed additional restrictions on women and girls in the region. On November 19, sources revealed that female prisoners in the women’s prison in Herat province have been subjected to horrifying treatment. They have been transferred to Certain locations at night by Taliban commanders and subjected to sexual assault until morning. These actions are part of a broader pattern of the Taliban group’s oppression of Afghanistani women, which includes limiting their social and educational activities and preventing their participation in the community.
Despite widespread condemnation and international efforts, the Taliban group has shown no signs of relenting in their treatment of Afghanistani women. Since their rise to power, they have systematically arrested, tortured, and imprisoned women across different provinces, often under false pretenses. Reports of rape within Taliban prisons have also come to light. The situation in Herat province is particularly dire, with women being stripped of their basic rights and facing increased violence under the Taliban’s control.
Under the Taliban’s rule, Afghanistani women have been deprived of fundamental rights such as education, employment, and the freedom to live their lives as they choose. They face severe restrictions on their movement and even have limitations imposed on their clothing. Despite the international community’s efforts to address these human rights violations, the Taliban group remains steadfast in their oppressive treatment of women. The situation in Herat province serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing struggle faced by Afghanistani women under Taliban rule.