ON AFGHANISTAN, ON THE MEDIA | What Taliban’s new media rules mean for female actors

December 1, 2021

Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers unveiled a new set of restrictions on Afghan media earlier this week, banning television channels from showing dramas and soap operas featuring women actors.

By imposing new restrictions on the media and female actors, the Taliban have once again reaffirmed their misogynistic ideology, rights advocates have said.

Source: Deutsche Welle, 11/28/21, by Shabnam von Hein, What Taliban’s new media rules mean for female actors

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