The pre-nup not only includes any money she will receive in the event of a divorce but also contains any islamic rights she wishes to enforce for herself: the right to a divorce, the right to keep custody of her children if there is a divorce, the right to continue her education, the right to work, the right to wear a head covering or to not. The gender gap in afghanistan is deeply rooted in androcentric and fundamentalist religious values—and islamic fundamentalism continues to influence the afghan government’s policies on women’s rights.
Women's rights in afghanistan are improving but very slowly on an international level through different former rulers such as the mujahideen and the taliban in the later part of the 20th century, women had very little to no freedom, specifically in terms of civil liberties. The afghanistan independent human rights commission reported that in the first eight months of 2016, it documented 2,621 cases of domestic violence, about the same as 2015, although the number is.
Women’s equal rights in islam begin immediately in the quran’s creation story i want to note here that islam’s holy book, the quran, has many similar stories to those found in the torah and the bible. A mother of three from a remote area of northwestern afghanistan remembers the day the head of a local islamic state group came to her village, demanding money he said her husband had promised. But during coups and soviet occupation in the 1970s, through civil conflict between mujahideen groups and government forces in the '80s and '90s, and then under taliban rule, women in afghanistan had their rights increasingly rolled back.
Although women’s rights and freedoms in afghanistan have finally appeared on the international radar, they still linger on the margins in many respects and violence against women still emanates in part from laws conducive to its perpetration. Women's rights in afghanistan are improving but very slowly on an international level    through different former rulers such as the mujahideen and the taliban in the later part of the 20th century, women had very little to no freedom, specifically in terms of civil liberties. Two afghan women dressed in bright blue burqas today the burqa stands as a symbol of the status of women in afghanistan, but for much of the twentieth century the history of women in this war-torn country led also toward greater rights and public presence.
In britain, perhaps the first country to give women some property rights, laws were passed in the 1860's known as married women property act more than 1300 years earlier, that right was clearly established in islamic law. The islamic state still has a major pocket of fighters in the southern part of nangarhar province, in eastern afghanistan, but concerted attacks on them by american and afghan special forces.
The elimination of women's rights the 55-member organization of islamic conference refused to recognize the taliban as afghanistan's official government the muslim brotherhood in egypt, regarded by many as an ultraconservative organization, denounced the taliban's decrees. Think of women in afghanistan now, and you'll probably recall pictures in the media of women in full-body burqas, perhaps the famous national geographic photograph of 'the afghan girl', or prominent figures murdered for visibly defending women's rights but it hasn't always been this way. Targeted by the taliban in northern afghanistan, the islamic state militants turned themselves into the government, but many civilians are furious at what they see as lenient treatment.