By imprisoning several main cities in the country, the Taliban’s terrorist group is now compelling women to get hitched by terrorists. Afghans also notice the killing of seized soldiers and senseless attacks on civilians by the Taliban in its currently subjugating areas and places.
Afghans streaming into Kabul and those still in Taliban-held cities say they have encountered and eyewitnessed senseless attacks on civvies and the killing of seized soldiers. Not only this, but they witnessed also informed that the Taliban have urged that communities turn over unmarried women to set off as wives for the terrorists. According to human rights, it’s an expression of sexual assault.
The Taliban has openly vowed to be generous in triumph guaranteeing government officials, armed forces, and civilians that they have nothing to worry about as more significant regions of the nation fall under their control. But their activities indicating the opposite.
On Thursday, the US Embassy in Kabul had censured the Taliban as it had obtained reports of the Taliban killing members of the Afghan military who had to capitulate. The embassy tweeted, “Extremely troubling and frightening, could add up to war crimes.”
The Taliban has obtained dominance over several main cities in the area. On Thursday night, the terror group professes that it took authority of the nation’s second-largest city ‘Kandahar’ after capturing the governor’s office and additional governmental buildings in the town. To date, the terror group has seized twelve non-metropolitan capitals in the country.
The terrorists are colossally combating the Afghan government forces intending to capture main cities and snatching the power soon the United States army abolition from Afghanistan under a peace agreement between Taliban and Washington.
On July sixteen, an Indian Photojournalist named Danish Siddiqui was killed in the line of duty by the Taliban. Danish was killed when he was covering a fight between Afghan security forces and Taliban’s terrorists close by a border crossroads with Pakistan in Spin Boldak. Danish Siddique was an Indian Photojournalist who won global recognition and awards, including Pulitzer Prize in 2018.