Watch | Taliban Minister of Education Says Doctors and Masters are Worth Nothing, Mullahs are Better Without Them, South Asia News
Sheikh Molvi Noorullah Munir, Minister of Education in the Taliban government, said that doctorates and masters are not useful because the mullahs do not have them, even though they are “the greatest of all”.
A video of the Afghan Minister of Education is now widely shared on Twitter, in which he is seen talking about education policy and masters and doctorates.
“No doctorate, a master’s degree is valuable today. You see the mullahs and Taliban who are in power, do not have a doctorate, a master’s degree, or even a high school diploma, but are the greatest of all “, we heard. said in the video. The remarks, as expected, drew huge criticism.
This is the Taliban Minister of Higher Education – says No doctorate, master’s degree is precious today. You see the mullahs and Taliban who are in power, do not have a doctorate, masters or even a high school diploma, but are the greatest of all. pic.twitter.com/gr3UqOCX1b
– Says Sulaiman Ashna (@ sashna111) September 7, 2021
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On Tuesday, the Taliban announced a radical caretaker government headed by Mullah Mohammad Hasan Akhund, with prominent Taliban operatives sharing crucial positions, including the Home Secretary, who is a specially designated global terrorist of the dangerous Haqqani Network. .
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Mullah Hasan, the head of the Taliban’s influential decision-making body, the “Rehbari Shura”, will serve as interim prime minister, with Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar as his deputy in the “new Islamic government”, according to the spokesperson. Taliban Zabihullah Mujahid.
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Meanwhile, since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan, female and male college students have been divided in a classroom by curtains.
As institutions across the country began classes after the Taliban takeover and the withdrawal of US troops, photos of segregated students emerged.
(With contributions from agencies)