In the two years since taking power, the Taliban government has imposed strict laws and regulations in Afghanistan that are in line with their interpretation of the strict doctrine of Islamic Sharia.
There is only one person behind such orders, which affect the lives of 40 million people of the country and that is the supreme leader of Afghanistan, Hibatullah Akhunzada.
Hibatullah is estimated to be more than 70 years old and is a mystery not only to the world but also to Afghan citizens. If you were to search for their picture on the internet, you would only find two pictures. The most popular of these is a passport-size photograph created in 1990.
Since the complete withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan two years ago, he has rarely been seen in public gatherings.
To this day, no journalist has interviewed him and he has never responded to controversial decisions such as giving women jobs and stopping girls from going to school.
In order to better understand Hibatullah Akhonzada, who remains out of the public eye, the BBC has reviewed his speeches and issued orders.
Since he became the leader of the Taliban in 2016, 65 orders have been issued so far. Five messages were issued by him on Eids since 2018, three of which came after the Taliban took over Afghanistan in 2021.
Apart from this, all the speeches made by him since becoming the supreme leader have also been translated. All of these translations have been evaluated using natural language processing software to see how many times they say a particular word.