The Taliban will harm women the most, says Afghanistan’s first female air force pilot

With several back-chilling videos of the Taliban’s cruelty popping up on social media, the world could only imagine the appalling state of the people living in Afghanistan today. The safety of women and young girls under Taliban rule is one of the most talked about topics in the world right now. In a speech to “Fox & Friends”, Afghanistan’s first female air force pilot Niloofar Rahmani said the Taliban would “harm women the most.”Read also – Taliban fighters now see enjoying ice cream in Kabul, Viral Pic Triggers Meme Fest

“Unfortunately, my family is still there. And since I’ve heard what happened in Afghanistan, I can not sleep, I can not get my thoughts together, I’m so scared for their safety. And of course it was not just about me, “Rahmani told Fox & Friends. Read also – Do you want good diplomatic, trade ties with all countries, says Taliban leaders among global concerns

Rahmani further added that her “family and parents are in danger.” Rahmani’s parents have been “targeted by the Taliban” as they have supported her throughout her career. Read also – Resistance in Afghanistan: Will Amrullah Saleh be able to fend off the Taliban?

The pilot fled Afghanistan to the United States in 2015 after becoming famous for being the first female Afghan Air Force pilot since the Taliban fell in 2001. According to Rahmani, she began receiving death threats since 2013 from Tabilan after she became famous. Rahmani said “she does not believe” claims by Taliban leaders that they would respect women’s rights.

“The world wants to witness the Taliban. They are going to stone a woman at a Kabul stadium again for nothing. “Even when Afghanistan’s resurgent Taliban vowed to respect ‘women’s rights’ in a propaganda blitz on Tuesday, militants from the group shot and killed a woman in Takhar province after she went public without a burqa.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said at his first press conference that the extremist group would respect women’s rights – within sharia law. He also claimed that Afghans who had worked for the country’s disbanded, US-backed government would be offered amnesty.

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