Afghanistan: All You Need To Know About The Taliban Group, Islamic Shariah Law, And The Worldwide Agenda

Afghanistan is currently in disarray as the terrorist group Taliban took over after 21 years

It is in the record that the Taliban has ruled Afghanistan in the 1990s before the intervention of the U.S.

The agenda has always remained the same and unchanged, the aim and objective are to enforce the whole world to practically follow the Islamic Shariah law which is a violation of human rights in modern days.

Women are not allowed to work in offices, and no female child is allowed to go to school beyond the age of 12.

As fighters took territories from government forces in July, they entered Azizi Bank in Kandahar and ordered women out.

The Jihadists led the bankers home and warned them not to return to their jobs. They, however, approved their replacement with male relatives.

After the successful mission in Afghanistan, the Taliban stated that;

“It is our belief that one day, Mujahideen will have victory. Islamic law will come to not just Afghanistan, but all over the world.

“We are not in a hurry, we believe it will come one day. Jihad will not end until the last day”, Mustafa vowed.

As A Muslim, Do You Support This Islamic Shariah Law?

Is It Normal To Force Women To Stay Home While Men Do The Job Outside?

What is your thought?

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