Afghanistan Cricket Board claim there has been no direct restrictions on women’s cricket from the Taliban
According to the Afghan Cricket Board, there is no direct restrictions on women’s cricket from Taliban. Despite recent bomb blasts at an international match in Jalalabad that left eight people dead and scores injured including four players playing for Canada who lost their lives; they say it doesn’t affect them because they’re not really into sports as much but just follow their passion which happens play ball!
A few months ago we reported about how a bus driver was executed by militants after being accused of having ties with foreign forces – this lead us into thinking what will happen if someone plays
The Afghanistan Cricket Board has always had the Taliban’s support for women in their country. They say that there is no direct restrictions on how these female athletes can play, but some tribes may still object to it because of cultural practices and beliefs
Aimala Zaher runs a non-profit organization called “Women United” which helps Afghani girls access education outside home through sports programs like cricket or soccer even if this means risking danger from threats taken by insurgent groups such as The Taliban who do not believe Afghan Women should be allowed any rights at all according t0 them