Afghanistan Women Footballers Evacuated: Since the rule of Taliban in Afghanistan, women are facing a lot of difficulties here. Here under the Talibani regime, women are living their lives in an atmosphere of fear and fear. Even if women athletes play here, Taliban bosses have given a Tughlaqi decree to ban them. After the capture of the Taliban, now 100 women football players have been expelled from Afghanistan. These include these female football players as well as their family members.

On Thursday, all of them, including women football players, have been brought to Doha by flight. Qatar’s Assistant Foreign Minister Lolwah Rashid Mohammed Al-Khater has given this information in a tweet. He wrote in his tweet, “100 women football players and their families have been brought here.”

Qatar government carried out this mission in collaboration with FIFA

The Qatar government, along with the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), have safely evacuated these players from here. Some of these players are members of the Afghanistan national team. All of them have been moved to a safe place here. Here, first of all, the Kovid-19 test will be done. No information has been revealed so far about how many days all these players will stay in Qatar.

Before this, Afghanistan’s young women’s football team had left the country

Earlier in September, players of Afghanistan’s youth women’s football team also left Afghanistan with their families. All these players had reached Pakistan. All of them will leave for a third country after 30 days from here. At present, all these women footballers are living in the FIFA House inside the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Many international organizations are working to settle these women players in countries like UK, US and Australia.

Even before this Taliban has imposed restrictions on women

The Tughlaqi decrees of the Taliban during the rule of Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001 are being imposed this time as well. At that time also women were banned from sports and the same condition is being seen in this government as well. A Taliban representative told Australian broadcaster SBS on 8 September that he did not think women would be allowed to play cricket because it was “not necessary” and would be against Islam.

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