‘Sharia University’: Afghan students raised questions on studies according to Islamic law, Taliban gave this offer

Agency, Kabul.

Published by: Yogesh Sahu
Updated Tue, 14 Sep 2021 06:05 AM IST

Summary

In Afghanistan, now children will be educated under the purview of fundamentalism. The Higher Education Minister of the Interim Government has said that subjects which are against Islamic laws will be removed.

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In Afghanistan, after the Taliban’s grip on human rights, Islamist radicalization has started giving color to education. There will no longer be any place in university curricula for subjects that violate Sharia law. This information has been given by the Education Minister of the newly formed Taliban government himself.

Acting Higher Education Minister Sheikh Abdul Baqi Haqqani said in the press conference, “Every subject that is against Islamic laws will be removed and the curriculum will be changed.” Also clarified that under the Talibani rule, boys and girls classes together are not acceptable.

It is worth noting that private universities and other higher educational institutions have opened in the country a week ago after the Taliban occupation, but classes have been divided on the basis of gender. The students and teachers are in awe. Due to this, they do not have much presence in higher educational institutions.

Offer amidst fear and worry
In view of the current situation, the students of the university have raised questions about the present and future of education in Afghanistan. As reported by Tolo News, some university students said that they are very worried about their future. However, in the meantime, the Taliban has announced to woo the students that it will start a program to send them abroad for higher studies.

Taliban reneging on promises: UN
The United Nations (UN) has shown a mirror to the Taliban, saying that it is reneging on its promises on human rights. Taliban rulers are ordering women to stay indoors, preventing teenage girls from going to school, and conducting door-to-door searches of old adversaries. Meanwhile, there have also been reports of the killing of some former Afghan soldiers.

High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said Afghanistan is in a new and dangerous phase since the terrorist Islamist organization took power last month. Since then, people from different ethnic and religious communities, including women, are worried.

Expansion

In Afghanistan, after the Taliban’s grip on human rights, Islamist radicalization has started giving color to education. There will no longer be any place in university curricula for subjects that violate Sharia law. This information has been given by the Education Minister of the newly formed Taliban government himself.

Acting Higher Education Minister Sheikh Abdul Baqi Haqqani said in the press conference, “Every subject that is against Islamic laws will be removed and the curriculum will be changed.” Also clarified that under the Talibani rule, boys and girls classes together are not acceptable.

It is worth noting that private universities and other higher educational institutions have opened in the country a week ago after the Taliban occupation, but classes have been divided on the basis of gender. The students and teachers are in awe. Due to this, they do not have much presence in higher educational institutions.

Offer amidst fear and worry

In view of the current situation, the students of the university have raised questions about the present and future of education in Afghanistan. As reported by Tolo News, some university students said that they are very worried about their future. However, in the meantime, the Taliban has announced to woo the students that it will start a program to send them abroad for higher studies.

Taliban reneging on promises: UN

The United Nations (UN) has shown a mirror to the Taliban, saying that it is reneging on its promises on human rights. Taliban rulers are ordering women to stay indoors, preventing teenage girls from going to school, and conducting door-to-door searches of old adversaries. Meanwhile, there have also been reports of the killing of some former Afghan soldiers.

High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said Afghanistan is in a new and dangerous phase since the terrorist Islamist organization took power last month. Since then, people from different ethnic and religious communities, including women, are worried.

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