Afghanistan: Many women’s rights have come under attack after the Taliban took over the country. All kinds of sports and players are facing crisis in Afghanistan. According to the team coach, the women players are in the worst situation this time,
With the advent of the Taliban in Afghanistan, restrictions in the country have increased so much that it has become difficult for people to live here. Incidents of Taliban atrocities are coming to the fore every day. The future of the sport has also been threatened since the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan. There is a shocking news about this. The Taliban have beheaded a junior volleyball player from Afghanistan.
The coach of the junior women’s national team has informed the international media about this. He said in an interview that a player named Mahjabin Hakimi was killed by the Taliban in early October. No one said anything about it as the Taliban threatened the family. Mahjabeen played for the Kabul Municipal Volleyball Club before the fall of the Ashraf Ghani government in Afghanistan. She was one of the club’s star players.
Now, a few days ago, a photo of her severed head and bloodied neck went viral on social media. The coaches of the Afghan women’s national volleyball team said only two players had managed to flee the country before the Taliban took full control of the country in August. Mahjabeen Hakimi was one of the many other unfortunate female players left behind.
Since the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan, they have been trying to identify and track down female players in the country. The search is on for members of the Afghan women’s volleyball team, who have competed in foreign and domestic competitions.
Many women’s rights have come under attack since the Taliban took over the country. All kinds of sports and players are facing crisis in Afghanistan. According to the team coach, the women players are in the worst situation at the moment, as they have had to leave the country or go into hiding.
A few days ago, FIFA and the Qatari government evacuated several male and female players and their families from Afghanistan. All were taken from Kabul to Qatar to be safe there.
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