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According to the Taliban leader, women’s rights must be based on Islamic values

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According to the Taliban leader, women’s rights must be based on Islamic values

Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai, the Taliban’s senior leader, has spoken out in support of women’s education rights, saying that it is the government’s responsibility to ensure that they receive a safe education in the country.

Stanikzai said that women should be given their rights based on Afghan culture and Islamic values while speaking at a gathering to commemorate the death anniversary of Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, a former Islamic Emirate leader, according to Tolo News.

“Women are not allowed to request their inheritance. They are denied the opportunity to receive an education. Where will women learn the lessons of Shariah? In Afghanistan, women make up half of the population “he said.

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Stanikzai criticised the small budget for economic development and claimed that people were forced to leave the country due to economic difficulties.

“We don’t have a seat in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), a seat in the United Nations, or a political office in Europe,” he said.

Another Taliban leader, Mullah Mohammad Yaqub, spoke at the same event and criticised the economic sanctions imposed on Afghanistan, according to Tolo News.

He claimed that “they imposed economic sanctions on Afghanistan and plotted against us in Afghanistan.”

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The Taliban’s decision to ban female students above grade six from going to school has drawn widespread criticism at the national and international levels.

Women’s rights and freedoms have also been curtailed by the Taliban regime, which took over Kabul in August last year, with women largely excluded from the workforce due to the economic crisis and restrictions.

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World Blood Donor Day is today. Why it’s crucial

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World Blood Donor Day is today. Why it’s crucial

The World blood donor day is observed every year on June 14 with an aim to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products. The day also highlights the critical contribution that voluntary and unpaid blood donors make to the health systems to save lives, as per the WHO.

The day also aims to increase the collection of blood from voluntary, unpaid donors and manage access to blood and transfusion services across the world.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that blood and blood products be given to patients suffering from bleeding associated with pregnancy and childbirth, as well as children suffering from severe anaemia and inherited disorders of haemoglobin in order to improve their chances of survival after accidents and emergencies.

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Every day, several lives are saved by transfusion performed with safe blood and blood products. Reportedly, while the need for blood is universal, access to it is not. Blood shortages are particularly acute in low- and middle-income countries, World Health Organization says.

The slogan and theme for the 2022 World Blood Donor Day is ‘Donating blood is an act of solidarity. Join the effort and save lives’. Mexico will host the day through its National Blood Centre. The global event will be held in the city of Guadalajara on June 14.

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