Recent news reports that women, who have begun to show opposition to Taliban administration, have been illegally taken into detention.
According to BBC News, the Taliban forcefully took hold of power in 2021, returning the struggle that ended with them in 2001 when they were ousted from power.
In the previous weekend, dozens of women trooped out to protest the right to education and to work, particularly after the administration re-introduced having Afghan women sitting at home and permitted out without a male escort.
Pepper spray and electric shock were used on protesters to disintegrate the gathering.
Tamana Zaryabi Paryani happened to be one of the women who went on the protest and her courage pulled the attention of Taliban fighters.
After returning to their various homes, Tamana’s house in Kabul was invaded at 8:00 pm by men who captured her and her sisters.
Before they took her away, Tamana sought help through a live video on social media stating that the Taliban had come for her and her sisters.
In the video, she was seen calling out to those hitting her door that they should come the next day since it was not proper for male visitors to enter the house when only women were inside.
It has been two days Tamana and her sisters have been missing and only a large boot print is visible at the doorway of her house.
Her neighbours could only mention that an armed group came to take them away.
Some other women protesters have been said to have gone missing.
During an interview with BBC, the Taliban’s aspiring ambassador to the UN disclosed that if the Taliban had truly detained the women the Taliban would have admitted it.
He waved off the situation as the women plotted to seek asylum in foreign countries.
He referred to the Taliban respecting the court enough to allow the women to defend themselves in court founded their allegations against them had been true.