The Hell That is Afghanistan

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The Taliban militants in charge of the newly established Afghanistan Caliphate aren’t big on male grooming and hygiene.

According to local news media, the organization placed a ban on cutting beards in the nation’s southern region of Helmand on Sunday. They as well prohibited quiffs, mohawks, and buzz cuts.


The Taliban hate all things personal hygiene

Personal care is a breach of Islamic law, according to Taliban morality police; therefore, anyone caught disobeying the decree would be punished and forced to grow their beard. This is proof the Taliban are straight out of the middle ages.

The Taliban militants in charge of the newly established Afghanistan Caliphate aren’t big on male grooming and hygiene.

According to local news media, the organization placed a ban on cutting beards in the nation’s southern region of Helmand on Sunday, as well as a prohibition on quiffs, mohawks, and buzz cuts.

Taliban forces urged hairdressers in Helmand to put their trimming cutters away forever in a notice displayed at salons. The note, which was viewed by the BBC, stated, “No one has a reason to whine.”

One barber in Kabul claimed, “The militants continue coming and instructing us to stop cutting beards. They said they may send disguised investigators to catch us.”

Another hairstylist, who owns one of the city’s largest salons, told the BBC that he got a call from a governmental grooming examiner. They told him not to cut or clip anybody’s hair and to “stop adopting American patterns.”

During the regime’s first term in office, from 1996 to 2001, the extreme Islamists outlawed extravagant haircuts. They required adult males to grow beards in order to satisfy their Islamic faith’s manly requirements.

According to Breitbart News, since gaining control last month, the Taliban have planned and carried out extreme penalties on dissidents and promised more to come.


Four suspected kidnappers were killed by the group’s warriors on Saturday and their corpses were hung on the roads of Herat province.

The problem concerning undocumented immigrants from Afghanistan

The previous Western-backed Afghan government’s envoy to Greece confessed that “almost 95 percent” of alleged Afghan immigrants in the EU member state “arrived lacking papers.”

Mirwais Samadi continues to remain in Athens in a “purgatory scenario.” Meanwhile, the Taliban continue to stay officially unrecognized as Afghanistan’s leaders, but how long that’ll go on for, no one understands.

This made the admittance in a question and answer session with the left-wing Guardian, in which he criticized the right-wing Greek government’s efforts to dissuade “illegal migrant flows” from the Islamic region.