Twenty years ago, Afghanistan was ruled by an extreme version of Sharia law. Women could not work, and girls were banned from schools. The Taliban has promised women’s rights will be observed within “Islamic Law.” But not even a week after capturing the capital city of Kabul, there are already reports of the Taliban reinstating repressive policies. Zainab Salbi is the founder of the Women for Women International. Soledad O’Brien talks to her about what a return to oppressive rules could mean



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