The people, the Government and any official who are going to form a state in the future cannot ignore the Afghan women, human rights activist Fariha Esar told TOLO News.
The first Taliban rule in the late 1990s was characterized by extreme fundamentalism and has proved disastrous for women and girls, ethnic minorities and education.
The armed group retook power in Afghanistan two decades after the US-NATO invasion following the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers in New York in 2001.
The United States war, under the pretext of an anti-terrorist crusade, killed thousands of Afghan civilians and injured others, increases the number of people displaced and refugees. It left Afghanistan in worse conditions than 20 years ago. The Taliban movement declared the end of the war in the country after conquering in a dizzying sprint some 20 cities and Kabul. In addition to, President Ashraf Ghani fled the country.