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Taliban announce ‘amnesty’ for all in Afghanistan, urge women to join government

Enamullah Samangani, a member of the Islamic Emirate’s cultural commission, speaking on Afghan state television, said they are setting up a “fully Islamic” government and urged all sides to join.

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Kabul: The Taliban on Tuesday announced a general “amnesty” for all in Afghanistan and urged women to join the government, two days after the Islamist group took over the country.

Enamullah Samangani, a member of the Islamic Emirate’s cultural commission, speaking on Afghan state television, said they are setting up a “fully Islamic” government and urged all sides to join.

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“The Islamic Emirate doesn’t want women to be victims,” he said.

He added, “The structure of government is not fully clear, but based on experience, there should be a fully Islamic leadership and all sides should join.”

Separately, in a voice message, Maulvi Yaqub, the head of the Taliban’s military commission, ordered the Taliban not to enter anyone’s home anywhere, especially in Kabul.

Yaqub also instructed Taliban members that no one should take a car from anyone, and the process of taking the vehicles of the Public Treasury will begin later.

On Monday, the deputy head of the Taliban’s political office in Qatar, Abdul Salam Hanafi, announced that diplomatic missions, and military and civilian government employees can work alongside the Taliban without any concerns and that no one’s rights will be violated.
The Taliban has said women can return to work as long as they observe the Islamic hijab.

“No Afghan citizen should worry about anyone who served in the previous government, and we will serve in our homeland, whether in the civil sector or in the military sector, and no one’s reputation or rights will be lost,” said Hanafi.

“The Taliban have announced that the employees of the departments and ministries can return to their jobs and there is no obstacle for women if they observe the Islamic hijab, and this is to reassure the people and all their benefits will be paid,” said Sayed Akbar Agha, who is close to the Taliban, Ariana news reported.

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