It was already expected that the Taliban’s rise to power in Afghanistan would not take place in an entirely peaceful manner, and it was emphasized that, for many, it was truly a sentence. at the same time like The Taliban recommended radio stations to adjust their programs in line with the values espoused by Islam, causing people to stop composing music, Traditional music singer Fouad Andrabi is believed to have been murdered.
Fouad Andrabi is a singer killed by the Taliban
Which revealed the former Afghan minister, Masoud Andarabi, via Twitter, where he condemned the incident: “The brutality of the Taliban continues in Andrab. They brutally killed the popular singer Fuad Andrabi, who brought happiness to this valley and its people.”Referring to the Panjshir region north of the capital, Kabul.
This is just one more consequence of the measures taken by the Taliban, which, in recent times, It already included prohibiting male teachers from teaching girls in schools. And it led to the deletion of songs or radio programs that carried women’s voices, according to “Times Now News”. But Khaled Siddiqi, a producer at a private Afghan radio station, told Reuters that the latter was not a requirement, but a change of choice to prevent the Taliban from deciding to close the station, adding that “No one wants to be entertained in this country, at this point we are all in shock.”
Also, pivotal and journalist Beheshta Arghand, who gained recognition after interviewing a Taliban representative for TV, He fled the country fearing for his life due to increasing reports of intimidation by members of the mediaAccording to the network “CNN”, the owner of a television chair announced that most of the correspondents and journalists will leave Afghanistan.
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