Afghan Crisis: Women allowed to attend classes wearing hijab; classes should be separated by curtains

Today in Afghanistan resumed the university classes but with a “curtain of separation”. In the photos posted by Aamaj News, male and female students was seen sitting in a classroom separated with curtains between them.

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“Female students should study with a hijab,” Taliban had said in many interviews saying  they have no issue with women education.

But they have ordered that female students attending Afghan universities must wear an abaya robe and niqab and cover most of the face and classes must be separated by a curtain between male and female students.

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