Publish dateSaturday 31 December 2022 - 12:08
Story Code : 263140
The Organization of Cooperation of Islamic Countries emphasized on the provision of education for girls
The Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation called for a campaign to provide education for Afghan girls.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Hussain Ibrahim Taha, Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, has asked the World Assembly of Islamic Jurisprudence to make the voice of Muslim scholar’s public about education by launching a global campaign.
The secretary general of this organization has also said that banning girls from going to universities and schools has no Islamic justification.
In this regard, he said: "The decision of the Islamic Emirate to ban women from education, including universities, on the pretext that this is in conflict with Sharia, as well as the issues of minorities and the increase of hostility towards Muslims in Western countries, are among the challenges faced by the Assembly. The world of Islamic jurisprudence should take care of it."
Abdul Naser Shafiq, a university professor, told TOLOnews: "The people of Afghanistan request that the Islamic Emirate understand the objective truths and consider the benefit of the people, and open the gates of the high school to these students and other secondary school students with the beginning of the academic year." do."
Farhad Abrar, a university professor, says: "I think that the non-opening of girls' schools can widen the gap between the people of Afghanistan and the Emirate at the domestic level. At the international level, it will reduce the trust in the Islamic Emirate and will put the government in a serious confrontation with the world in the issues of human rights and women's rights.
Meanwhile, some students want to reopen all educational institutions.
The Islamic Emirate says that it is looking for a solution for the education and work of women.
Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, says: "Solutions will be found for the issues of education and women's work." We are searching."
Previously, Sheikh Ahmed Al-Tayeb, the president of Al-Azhar University and the head of the Council of Scholars of the Islamic World, said in a newsletter that banning women and girls from education is not permissible. The president of Al-Azhar University asked the caretaker government of Afghanistan to reconsider this matter.
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