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With the last American soldier to leave Kabul, an era in Afghanistan is officially over.
After taking power 20 years later, the Taliban maintained control over most of the country.
While the new era of the Taliban, who have been delivering moderate messages of late, is eagerly awaited, disturbing news continues to pour in from the country.
It was feared that the organization had a “list of people to kill” and included those who had helped US and NATO forces, as well as dissidents.
The latest news from the country confirms these concerns. Because the Taliban yesterday started hanging letters on the doors of those who work with “the West” during this 20-year period.
The Taliban had sent letters to these people, whom they called “workers for the crusaders”, with the message “Submit or die”.
The Ambassador of Afghanistan in Tajikistan, Mohammad Zahir Aghbar, announced the person targeted by the Taliban.
According to reports to Sputnik, Aghbar said the Taliban planned to kill Ahmad Massoud, the leader of the Penjshir resistance.
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Ahmed Massoud, the son of Shah Massoud, known as the “legendary commander” of the country, is presented as one of the three most important figures of the anti-Taliban resistance.
The leader of the resistance movement assembled in Penjşir, about 160 kilometers from Kabul, includes Yar Dostum, son of Raşid Dostum of Uzbek origin, and Emrullah Salih, who declared himself interim president after President Ghani fled.
THE TALIBAN PROCESS TO DOMINATE AFGHANISTAN
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 seized control of the city without conflict after President Ashraf Ghani left the country on August 15.
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