VIDEO: Taliban Fighters Disperse Women’s Rights Sit-In Protest with Guns — Women Scatter and Hide in Local Pharmacy

On the eve of the one-year anniversary of the Taliban takeover of Kabul dozens of women took to the street to protest for women’s rights.

One year ago the Taliban captured Kabul weeks after Joe Biden abandoned Bagram Air Base. Biden and the US generals left over $80 billion in US arms to the terrorist regime.

Brave women took to the street on Sunday.

But the protest did not last long. The demonstration ended after the Taliban started firing off guns.

The Taliban cut the rally short.

The women hid in a local pharmacy to get away from the angry Islamists.

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