Taliban Splits Emerge Over Religion, Power and Girls’ Schools

Posted on AllSides July 1st, 2022
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Photographs by Joel van Houdt for The Wall Street Journal

Taliban government ministers thought the matter of girls’ education was settled. Schools for girls over sixth grade were set to reopen this past March, after months.

Then the Taliban’s religious council, dominated by ultraconservative clerics, scuttled the plan. Hours before school gates were supposed to reopen, it was announced that they would remain closed. Teenage girls who showed up to school in their uniforms were turned away.

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