Taliban to uphold Sharia laws includes stoning to death of women, but vows to protect women's rights "within Islamic law"

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In most Islamic countries there are no laws protecting women's rights, or prohibiting child marriage.
Islam has many laws that oppress women and violate human rights by authorizing sex slavery, wife beating, FGM, child marriage, forced marriage, honor killing, etc.
Islam also includes many rigid rules of modesty that apply only to women. According to Sharia law If a woman does not satisfy her husband or if she violates the laws of Islam, the husband has the right to beat her.
In most countries that practice Sharia law like Saudi Arabia and Iran under the Male guardianship policy, women are not allowed to get a job, education, or even leave the house or receive medical treatment without the approval of the male guardian (father, husband, brother or uncle).
Taliban to uphold Sharia laws includes stoning to death of women, but vows to protect women's rights "within Islamic law" Taliban to uphold Sharia laws includes stoning to death of women, but vows to protect women's rights "within Islamic law" Reviewed by Political opinion on October 21, 2021 Rating: 5

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