Last minute: blood-curdling images have emerged … Execution by the Taliban in the middle of the road!

class = “cf”>

The world is locked into the developments in Afghanistan.

The Taliban, who returned to power after 20 years, continue to make people talk about them with news of executions, despite the moderate messages they have been conveying for some time.

The BBC determined that at least 20 people were killed in Panjshir. Images of one of these executions signed by the Taliban have emerged.

Images posted on Twitter show Taliban activists surrounding a man and then executing him in the middle of the road.

According to BBC information, Abdul Sami, a trader with two children, was among the 20 victims.

Local sources reported that Sami did not flee as the Taliban advanced, saying, “I am a poor trader, I have nothing to do with the war.

However, they arrested Sami, accusing him of selling SIM cards to insurgents. A few days later, his lifeless body was found near his home. Witnesses say his body shows signs of torture.

The Taliban recently declared that “the Panchshir Valley has been completely captured” and declared the war in the country over.

class = “cf”>


Penchish was considered the “last bastion” of anti-Taliban resistance. The resistance movement here was led by Vice President Amrullah Salih and the 32-year-old son of Ahmed Shah Massoud, known as the “Lion of Pancşir”, Ahmed Masud.


As part of the peace agreement reached between the United States and the Taliban in February 2020, the process of withdrawing international forces from Afghanistan began this year.

While the agreement stipulated not to attack foreign forces, it did not provide for the actions of the Taliban against the Afghan security forces.

Continuing negotiations with the Afghan government in Doha, the Taliban have simultaneously dominated many districts and provincial centers in Afghanistan with heavy attacks since June.

Besieging the capital Kabul, the Taliban took control of the city without conflict after President Ashraf Ghani left the country on August 15.

This guide guides gastronomy enthusiasts

Add a Comment