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4,500 Women's Inheritance Cases Handled: Ministry of Vice and Virtue

Mohammad Faqir Mohammadi, Deputy of the Ministry of Virtue and Vice, stated that officials in this ministry have handled over 4,500 women's inheritance cases since the re-establishment of the Islamic Emirate.

The Deputy emphasized that the interim government is committed to ensuring the rights of all citizens, especially women, in the country.

Mohammad Faqir Mohammadi told TOLOnews: "The Ministry of Virtue and Vice of Islamic Emirate has granted inheritance to nearly 4,600 women, and other cases have been referred to the court."

This official added that the Islamic Emirate understands the rights of all citizens, particularly women, and will not neglect their rights.
Mohammadi added: "The Islamic Emirate comprehends the rights of all Muslims, Afghans, and especially women, and is committed to women's rights."

Additionally, some religious scholars believe that there is still a lack of awareness regarding women's religious rights among the public, and there is a need for the interim government and religious scholars to increase efforts in educating citizens.

Khalil-ur-Rahman Saeed, a religious scholar, told TOLOnews: "Unfortunately, women in our country are deprived of their basic and human rights, including the right to inheritance, education, work, and choosing a life partner."

Hasibullah Hanafi, another religious scholar, said: "Women's rights to inheritance and education are not being given. The fundamental and Islamic rights of women are not being provided, which is a responsibility of many people, especially scholars."

Previously, international organizations have also expressed concerns about the lack of inheritance payments, denial of the right to marry, forced marriages, and the practice of giving women and girls in marriage as compensation.

4,500 Women's Inheritance Cases Handled: Ministry of Vice and Virtue

The Deputy emphasized that the interim government is committed to ensuring the rights of all citizens, especially women, in the country.

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Mohammad Faqir Mohammadi, Deputy of the Ministry of Virtue and Vice, stated that officials in this ministry have handled over 4,500 women's inheritance cases since the re-establishment of the Islamic Emirate.

The Deputy emphasized that the interim government is committed to ensuring the rights of all citizens, especially women, in the country.

Mohammad Faqir Mohammadi told TOLOnews: "The Ministry of Virtue and Vice of Islamic Emirate has granted inheritance to nearly 4,600 women, and other cases have been referred to the court."

This official added that the Islamic Emirate understands the rights of all citizens, particularly women, and will not neglect their rights.
Mohammadi added: "The Islamic Emirate comprehends the rights of all Muslims, Afghans, and especially women, and is committed to women's rights."

Additionally, some religious scholars believe that there is still a lack of awareness regarding women's religious rights among the public, and there is a need for the interim government and religious scholars to increase efforts in educating citizens.

Khalil-ur-Rahman Saeed, a religious scholar, told TOLOnews: "Unfortunately, women in our country are deprived of their basic and human rights, including the right to inheritance, education, work, and choosing a life partner."

Hasibullah Hanafi, another religious scholar, said: "Women's rights to inheritance and education are not being given. The fundamental and Islamic rights of women are not being provided, which is a responsibility of many people, especially scholars."

Previously, international organizations have also expressed concerns about the lack of inheritance payments, denial of the right to marry, forced marriages, and the practice of giving women and girls in marriage as compensation.

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