January 22, 2022

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The Taliban are urging traders to cut off the heads of mannequins in their stores

The Taliban have ordered clothing vendors in Herat, western Afghanistan, to cut off the heads of mannequins in their stores, which they consider to be contrary to Islamic law. The order comes as the Taliban impose their strict views on Islam on measures to restrict public liberties, especially the freedom of women and girls.

Since this is against Sharia (Islamic) law, we asked the merchants to cut off the heads of the mannequins.Herat, the country’s third-largest city with a population of about 600,000, was confirmed on Wednesday to AFP Aziz Rahman, head of the Department for Promoting Virtues and Preventing Evil. “If they only cover their heads, or cover the mane (completely), the Messenger of Allah will not come to their shop or their house to bless them.He continued, clothing vendors promised they would obey.

The scene of men cutting off the heads of women plastic mannequins has been spreading widely on social media since Tuesday. The Taliban have not yet issued any national orders regarding these plastic mannequins, contrary to the strict interpretation of Islamic law prohibiting the depiction of human figures. During their first rule in the 1990s, the Taliban shocked the world by destroying two Buddha statues.

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Since returning to power in Afghanistan, the Taliban, who want to be recognized by the international community and want to withdraw vital humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, say they are too moderate. But Islamists have imposed many restrictions, especially on women and girls. They announced that women who wished to travel long distances should come with male relatives and that women should be loaded into their vehicles only if taxi drivers were “” wearing them.Islamic veilTaliban officials have also stepped up searches for alcohol and banned music.

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