According to the medium Kabul News through the Ministry of Virtue Propaganda and Vice Prevention, the Taliban have banned the playing of music in cars and the presence of women who do not wear a hijab in their cars.
“A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirates has confirmed to Kabul News that it has notified all drivers and urges them to refrain from music in cars and not to take women without headscarves with them,” the media mentioned above wrote on their profile on Twitter.
The Taliban orders also state that “drivers must not take a woman on a relatively long journey without the presence of her husband or another authorized man,” and stop the vehicle when it is time for prayer, not among them Effects of driving from drugs.
The Ministry for the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice, which replaced the Ministry of Women after the Taliban came to power, also recalled that men are prohibited from shaving or trimming their beards as it is a sin.
Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan when they invaded Kabul in mid-August, they have established a series of rules by which to bury the small but important advances women have made in recent years.
Soon women were banned from the media and from administrative positions, and they were also banned from participating in everyday activities such as going somewhere alone or owning a cell phone.
The international community has made all forms of cooperation and the deployment of humanitarian aid dependent on respect for human rights, especially of women and girls, as they may not be allowed to work or study.