THE TALIBAN’S reign of terror has begun as fighters are reportedly going door-to-door with a kill list and women face torture & execution under brutal new rules.
Disturbing reports are already emerging from Afghanistan as the government collapsed and the Taliban seized power once again nearly 20 years after being driven out by the West.
Taliban forces have already pledged to reintroduce the twisted laws which saw them brutalise women and gay people when they ruled Afghanistan in the 90s.
And there have already been reports throughout their advance of women being shot dead and girls as young as 12 being dragged from their homes to be “married”.
It appears however their first mission is tick off victims who have made their way onto their “kill list” as they hunt down anyone who may have helped forces of the US, UK and other nations during the occupation.
And they are reportedly going door-to-door in Kabul as they hunt for soldiers, police, government officials and journalists.
Afghanistan’s descent into chaos has seen unverified reports emerge of thousands gathering to witness an execution in Kandahar at a sports stadium.
And there are claims a woman has been sentenced to be stoned to death in Samangan.
aliban officials have previously pledged to bring back these types of punishments, and the group’s top spokesman said yesterday they will leave the punishments up to their “courts”.
Thousands of Afghans have already tried to flee the city as horrifying videos showed them desperately trying to climb aboard planes out of Afghanistan.
The disturbing reports come as…
- Taliban stormed Afghanistan’s Presidential Palace after ripping through Kabul
- Afghans were seen falling from departing US planes as they desperately tried to cling on and escape Kabul
- Boris Johnson blamed the US for Afghanistan’s ‘accelerated’ collapse to the Taliban
- Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said he fled to ‘prevent a flood of bloodshed’
- UK ambassador Sir Laurie Bristow to remain at Kabul airport to help Brits leave
Britain, the US and their allies are facing one of the biggest foreign policy embarrassments in decades as the country was overrun by the Taliban in a matter of weeks.
Sayed Mustafa Kazemi, a Radio Free Europe journalist trapped in Kabul, chillingly tweeted that Taliban are now roaming the streets on the hunt for their enemies.
He wrote: “Taliban started door to door search looking for govt officials, former police & security forces members & those who worked for foreign countries NGOs or infrastructures in Afghanistan.
“At least 3 journalists’ houses were searched in the last hour. Kabul is now becoming deadly. This is a game changer for us all.
“Many have started counting their final hours of life in Kabul. Nobody knows what happens next.
“Pray for us.”
Other reports stated people are now hiding in their homes as Taliban fighters are stopping and searching cars, while fighters are also reportedly compiling lists of women in the government and media.
It is claimed fighters beating musicians after destroying their instruments, and they are also disarmed any civilians with weapons as they say they “no longer need them”.