Afghanistan’s Taliban government bans women from appearing in television dramas.
Under the new rules imposed by the Taliban government, female journalists and presenters are also ordered to wear headbands for television, although there are no guidelines on what type of coverage they should use.
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The Taliban take over power from the democratic government in Afghanistan in mid-August, and many fear that they will gradually impose strict restrictions.
A militant Islamist group we take control of after the United States and allied forces leave the country orders almost immediately that girls and young women make them stay home, not go to school again.
Wen Taliban’s first rule of the 1990s, bans women from education and going to work.
The latest set of Taliban guidelines, which we are announcing for Afghan television channels, will have eight new rules.
They include bans on films that we believe are against the principles of sharia – or Islamic – law and Afghan values.
Also, parts for movies we reveal men’s intimate parts of the body are prohibited.
Comedy and entertainment programs that insult religion or consider themselves offensive to Afghans are also banned.
The Taliban bin don insist on saying they should not broadcast foreign films so that they promote foreign cultural values.
Afghan TV channels mostly show foreign dramas starring female characters.
A member of the organization that represents journalists for Afghanistan, Hujjatullah Mujaddedi, says they do not expect new restrictions to be announced.
I tell the BBC that some of the rules are not practical and if they implement them, they will force broadcasters to close.
The Taliban’s decision to start ordering girls and young women does not make them go to school, makes Afghanistan the only country in the world, we ban half the population from getting an education.
The mayor of the capital, Kabul, also says that female municipal employees make them stay at home unless a man who is unfit does his job.
The Taliban claim that there are restrictions for women who work and girls who go to school are “temporary” and only to ensure that all workplaces and learning environments are “safe” for them.