Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen has admitted in an interview with British television personality Piers Morgan that both his daughters go to school. A clip of the heated exchange was posted on Twitter on May 11, in which Morgan asked Shaheen, “Just for the record, you have two daughters, do they go to school?” To which Shaheen replied, “Of course, yes. They are observing hijab, and that means we have not denied for our people.” Morgan also pointed out during Shaheen’s answer that both of his daughters go to school in Doha, Qatar. He subsequently ended the interview with Shaheen by saying, “So your daughters get an education because they do what you tell them. I’m glad we clarified that.” “So YOUR daughters get an education because they do what you tell them.” @piersmorgan | @TalkTV | #piersmorganuncensored pic.twitter.com/qPtNTjQBhB — Piers Morgan Uncensored (@PiersUncensored) May 10, 2022 Previously in March, the Taliban reversed a decision to allow girls to attend secondary schools a few hours after the schools were re-opened. That reversal has remained in force with the European Union criticising the Taliban for not listening to the Afghan people, according to… Read full this story
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