Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told reporters in a press conference Tuesday that the terrorist organization is urging all women in Afghanistan to stay home for their safety, as the group has not yet taught its own terrorists "how to deal with women.
Taliban terrorists announced Sunday that their leaders would organize a "committee" to "address media problems in Kabul," an apparent response to widespread evidence of violence and persecution of journalists following the Taliban's takeover of the country.
A senior Taliban spokesman told the U.K.'s Sky News on Monday that the United States and its ally Britain will face "consequences" if they seek to extend their military presence in Afghanistan to ensure the safe evacuation of their citizens.
The CEO ofOpen Doors USA, a human rights organization that focuses on lending aid to persecuted Christians around the world, urged corporate sponsors of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics to reconsider their ties to the event.
Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt (R), who has launched a Senate bid in Nevada challenging Democrat Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV), told Breitbart News Saturday that the situation in Afghanistan serves as a snapshot of what a "leftist-led United States looks like" and expressed
The Afghan media outlet Pajhwok reported on Friday that Taliban jihadists announced a ban on all music and the broadcast of women's and girls' voices in at least one province.
Taliban sympathizers are reportedly circulating images on social media of jihadists parading through the streets of the regional capital Qalat proudly displaying American weapons, the Emirati news agency Erem News revealed on Friday.
A female Afghan journalist denounced Thursday that, despite assurances to the international community that they would allow women to work, Taliban jihadists are banning women from leaving their homes in Kabul and personally banned her from doing her job.
Taliban leaders have repeatedly used public statements celebrating their takeover of Afghanistan this week to sell themselves as a reformed organization, promising "inclusive" leadership, respect for women, and peace with its neighbors.
China's Global Times celebrated the debut of a music video by communist rap group "CD Rev" on Monday demanding the United States allow investigators into a U.S.
Former President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai, whose post-9/11 tenure was marked by extreme corruption, met with senior Taliban leaders Wednesday to discuss the creation of an "inclusive" government following the Taliban's conquest of the nation this weekend.
The Afghan ambassador to Tajikistan for the former government of President Ashraf Ghani said Wednesday that he is seeking help from Interpol to arrest the ex-head of state over the embezzlement of tens of millions of dollars.
Hundreds of civilians in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, took the streets on Wednesday to protest the replacement of the national flag in public spaces with the emblem of the Taliban, prompting Taliban jihadists to open fire into the crowd.
A group of women in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, organized a protest on Tuesday demanding the radical Islamist Taliban respect their rights.
The Taliban, a jihadist terrorist organization, vowed during a press conference Tuesday to prevent "discrimination against women" now that it had taken over Afghanistan.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi lectured American Secretary of State Antony Blinken in a phone call Monday for the allegedly "hasty" American withdrawal from Afghanistan and warned him not to seek help from Beijing on the issue while working to "contain and suppress China.
President Joe Biden used an address to the American public on Monday afternoon to defend his alleged decision to withdraw militarily from Afghanistan, just hours after approving a 6,000-troop deployment to the country and nearly four months from the date U.S.
China's state-run Global Times newspaper celebrated the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban jihadist organization Sunday as a "complete humiliation" for the United States, shortly before the Foreign Ministry hinted it would be open to friendly ties with a new Taliban regime.
The Russian embassy in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, claimed on Monday that former President Ashraf Ghani had fled the country with four cars and a helicopter stuffed with cash.
American Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a CNN interview on Sunday that the administration of President Joe Biden "can work with and recognize" a Taliban government in Afghanistan that respects women and "doesn't harbor terrorists.
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