Taliban Sets Woman on Fire Because of Her Poor Cooking Skills
'A woman was put on fire because she was accused of bad cooking'
The Taliban have set an Afghan woman on fire allegedly because of her poor cooking skills, reports say.
According to former judge and women's rights advocate Najla Ayoubi, Taliban members set a local woman on fire after they decided her cooking was unacceptable.
"They are forcing people to give them food and cook them food."
"A woman was put on fire because she was accused of bad cooking for Taliban fighters."
Ayoubi described developing conditions across the country as a "nightmare."
"There are so many young women ... in the past few weeks being shipped into neighboring countries in coffins to be used as sex slaves," she said.
Last week, Neon Nettle reported the Taliban were going “going door-to-door” and abducting girls as young as 12 years old to become “sex slaves” for jihadi fighters.
Ayoubi said she fled Afghanistan as soon as the Taliban rose to power through force.
“They also force families to marry their young daughters to Taliban fighters," she added.
"I don't see where is the promise that they think women should be going to work when we are seeing all of these atrocities."
Last week, an unnamed Kabul-based female lecturer said the Taliban has been visiting local homes to check its residents, the Associated Press reported.
"They have been starting to go door to door, checking people's houses, sometimes forcing in," the woman recalled.
"They are saying they are leaving the population alone, but that's an indication that this is not true."
Women's rights activist Fawzia Koofi said Afghan women would greatly suffer under the Taliban, insisting the chaos would have been avoided if the U.S. had delayed its exit.
Koofi said the abrupt withdrawal was "so untimely."
"President [Joe] Biden could have delayed this to wait for a political settlement," she said.
"For even just another month, just get the political settlement first. They could have come to a deal. ... Afghanistan is the victim of back-to-back mistakes."
"We all want international forces to leave. It's not sustainable or logical from any point of view to have a foreign force protecting your country, but this is so untimely for the U.S. to have chosen now, in the middle of negotiations and before we get a settlement."
Last week, an Afgan woman who failed to wear her burqa was shot and killed by Taliban fighters just hours after the terrorist group promised to honor “women’s rights."
A woman in the Takhar province was photographed lying in a pool of blood surrounded by loved ones.