Citizens in Afghanistan can go to market and eat but the Joy seems to have gone after the Taliban Take over
There is a place called "Mazar-i-Sharif" where the citizens of Afghanistan had abundant freedom and enjoyment before the Taliban's over in Afghanistan, in fact, it was the cultural capital of the country
Mazar wears many hats - it is believed to be the birthplace of Islamic mystic poet Jalaluddin Rumi and it's also a place that has traditionally been a hub of anti-Taliban resistance.
The citizens expressed gloomy and sad vibes living under the Taliban regime.
"Restaurants are open now, but you hardly see women in them, you miss the usual sight of youngsters, including girls, glued to their mobile phones watching films, playing video games, or making content for social media."
The city seems to have lost its happiness as the nation grim under the despotic rule of the extremist Taliban, The twenty years of struggle and fights with the US government as a protector seems to have faded in vain.
Today the people go to the market and but the delightful laughter and luxuriant form of happiness seems to have gone after the Taliban's take over.
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