'Women's sports forbidden in Islam,' 32 women footballers arrived in Pak

Kabul: The situation in Afghanistan has been deteriorating since the Taliban captured and came to power. Especially for women, the Taliban has announced that if women there want to study or work outside, they will have to follow Sharia law. The Taliban has threatened women associated with the sports world to stop dreaming of it, as the Taliban says women's sports are forbidden in Islam.

In the same episode, 32 women football players from Afghanistan have reached Pakistan with their families after saving their lives from the Taliban. Who were constantly facing Taliban threats in Afghanistan. According to a report, the government had to issue an emergency humanitarian visa to evacuate them on Wednesday. It was then that they could reach Pakistan.

Tell you that all these players are part of the national junior girls' team. Who were to go to Qatar as per the pre-scheduled schedule. In Qatar, Afghan refugees are currently accommodated at a stadium in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. But the bomb blast at Kabul airport on August 26 prevented all the players from reaching Qatar.

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