Taliban Set a Lady on Hearth for ‘Bad Cooking’

  • Taliban fighters set an Afghan female on hearth for cooking an unsatisfactory food, The Telegraph reported.
  • According to Najla Ayoubi, a previous judge in Afghanistan, this is a single case in point of the the latest violence in opposition to ladies.
  • Ayoubi alleges that girls are also getting pressured to marry Taliban fighters, she told Sky News.

An Afghan female was reportedly established on hearth by Taliban fighters because they weren’t content with a food she geared up, in accordance to The Telegraph.

A previous judge, Najla Ayoubi, advised Sky News that she experienced acquired several studies of violence against women of all ages by the insurgent group, The Telegraph described.

This specific incident, Ayoubi alleged, associated a female in the north of the region who was “set on hearth mainly because she was accused of lousy cooking,” the paper said.

“They are forcing folks to give them foods and cook dinner them foodstuff,” she continued.

Ayoubi also said that females are being used as intercourse slaves, according to Metro.

“They also power family members to marry their younger daughters to Taliban fighters,” she additional. “I don’t see the place is the promise that they imagine females ought to be going to perform when we are viewing all of these atrocities.” 


Ayoubi also stated that several of her fellow Afghan activists are in hiding for the reason that of the fear of violence.

Gals throughout Afghanistan are reportedly terrified of getting rid of their legal rights and freedoms now that the Taliban has taken above the state, Insider’s Sinéad Baker reported.

During the Taliban’s 1996-2001 rule, girls ended up not permitted to function or show up at university. They had been also barred from leaving their houses with out the presence of a man and were being compelled to cover their faces or hazard punishment.

While the militant group has vowed to respect women’s rights “inside Islamic regulation,” several are skeptical of this guarantee and regard a return to the brutal form of Sharia law that was imposed under the Taliban’s earlier period of rule.

The Taliban “will occur for persons like me and eliminate me,” Zarifa Ghafari, a popular female mayor and women’s rights advocate, explained previously this week.