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Brave Women in Kabul Take a Stand, Protest in the Streets Against the Taliban


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Here’s a story that will truly show you how much of a worthless coward Joe Biden is.

While his cowardice and ineptitude led to the deaths of dozens of Americans in Kabul, someone else is taking a stand against the Taliban.

In what was a rare sight to behold, dozens of Afghanistan women stood up against the Taliban in protest.

Several videos captured these brave women in action.

Meanwhile, the Taliban have warned the United States not to interfere in their “culture.”

That culture has not been kind to these brave women.

Fox News has the Taliban's latest warning to the United States, which is not to interfere in their culture...

A Taliban spokesperson insisted to Fox News on Friday that "there will be no issue about women’s rights" following the militant group’s takeover of Afghanistan, despite widespread international concerns.

But Suhail Shaheen also said he opposes Western views that "women should have an education without [a] hijab."

"That is a change of culture," he said. "Our culture... they can receive education with hijab. They can work with hijab."

When asked about future relations with the U.S., Shaheen said, "We should be focusing how can we work together in a positive and constructive way which is in the best of interest of both sides."

"There will be no issue about the women’s rights. No problem about their education, their work," he added. "But we should not be after changing each other’s culture as we are not intending to change your culture, you should not be changing our culture."

That "culture" is something that these brave women are protesting against.

These women faced off against insermountable odds, but they still stood up.

The New York Times has more on the dire situation they faced off against:

Taliban fighters violently suppressed a women’s protest Saturday in Kabul, while 70 miles to the north ex-Afghan army and militia members battled the Islamist group in Panjshir Province, as pockets of anti-Taliban resistance continued to flare up.

Several of the women, who were demanding inclusion in the yet-to-be named Taliban government, said they were beaten by Taliban fighters — some of the first concrete evidence of harsh treatment of women by the group.

Since they swept to power last month the Taliban leaders have been on a “charm offensive” seeking to convince the world, aid groups and their own population that the harsh rule they imposed in their last stint in power, from 1996 to 2001, was a thing of the past. But there was little restraint in evidence at the Kabul protest.

A 24-year-old participant said in a telephone interview that the Taliban tried to rout the gathering of about 100 women using tear gas, rifle butts and metal clubs or tools. She said she received five stitches to close a head wound after she was knocked unconscious with a blow from one of the metal objects.

“When I tried to resist and continue the march, one of the armed Taliban pushed me and hit me with a sharp metal device,” said the woman, who the Times is identifying only by her first name, Nargis, to guard against retribution.

“They pushed everybody away and forced us to leave while chasing us with their spray, weapons and metal devices,” said Nargis. “The Taliban kept cursing, using abusive language.” Video of the incident on Afghan news media outlets showed a bearded Taliban member, surrounded by gunmen, exhorting the women to disperse through a megaphone, which was then snatched from his hand by one of the women.

On Friday night the Taliban pushed further into the Panjshir Valley in an effort to crush resistance led by Ahmad Massoud, son of the legendary resistance commander Ahmad Shah Massoud, who held off the Taliban 25 years ago. An Italian aid group, Emergency, which operates a hospital in the valley, said on Twitter that the Taliban had reached the village of Anabah, inside Panjshir Province.

In a video he sent to the BBC, another of the rebels’ leaders, a former vice president, Amrullah Saleh, acknowledged that his forces are under assault but vowed that they would not surrender.

“The situation is difficult,” he said. “We have been under invasion of the Taliban. We have held ground. We have resisted. The resistance is not going to surrender, and it is not going to bow to terrorism.”

These women have more backbone than Joe Biden ever has.

This is a sad sight to behold, and it is entirely Biden's fault.



 

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