Even after promising to not change the law and allowing women to continue having their equality and freedom, the Taliban are setting up their own laws in rural parts of Afghanistan.
The Taliban forbade women from leaving the house without a male between 1996 and 2001, compelled them to cover their bodies, and barred them from working in nearly every area except medicine.
These rules are slowly coming back.
Many people in Afghanistan’s 34 provinces are waiting for news on the nature of the government as the organization exerts its far-reaching authority once more across the nation.
The Taliban have quickly established their own courts throughout the nation.
Now, these courts will decide the fate of millions of Afghans.