Last week saw Taliban capture Afghanistan again after they were ousted of power for 20 years. The return of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan has been one of the major talking points across the world.
As Taliban returns, there was increased fear that the rights of women will be stumbled on by the group. Part of the group ideology involves making women wear Burqa at all times.
Popular cartoonist Mustapha Bulama has released another cartoon on Taliban making women to wear Burqa. Bulama compares the plight of women in Afghanistan and France. In Afghanistan with the return of Taliban, it is a most for women to wear Burqa, while in France, women are not allowed to wear it.
Credot: Favebook / Bulama's Cartoons
See some reactions below:
One user wrote: "That is the irony of life. Live and let's live. One man's meat another man's poison. God is more concerned about humanity while humans are concerned about religion. Peace will reign if I live in Afghanistan as a woman wearing veil and in France not putting it on. Since France can't tell Afghanistans what to do in their country, Afghanistan can't tell the French what they want."
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