The Taliban continue to occupy new areas and subsequently implement regimes designed to bring Afghanistan back to the old era under their rule. This means that there is no human value, and even the death penalty is imposed on people who commit minor crimes or violate the rules. In the recent escalation of conflict with the Afghan government, the Taliban continue to relentlessly violate human rights by killing civilians, destroying mosques, and attacking women. On Sunday (August 8th), Taliban militants kidnapped two policewomen who were returning home from getting off work in Ghazni City. Now the Taliban have taken them to an unknown place.
The Ministry of Interior of Afghanistan reported on Saturday (August 7) that the Taliban had carried out terrorist attacks on 24 mosques since the beginning of the year. The ministry’s statement details that in these attacks, 30 religious scholars were killed and 70 people were injured. In addition, the mosque was severely damaged by the Taliban attack. The territories that fell into the hands of the Taliban in Afghanistan in recent days have witnessed the horrors of the past. There are reports that Taliban forces killed off-duty civilians and security personnel, blew up houses, and attacked women.
The Taliban continue to occupy new areas and subsequently impose a regime aimed at returning Afghanistan to the old era under their rule. This means that there is no human value, and even the death penalty is imposed on people who violate the rules or misdemeanors. On the morning of August 8, the Taliban attacked Ahmad Shah Abdali Kandahar Airport and launched several rockets into parts of the airport. The flight was suspended after the rocket attack and then resumed later in the day. According to Hama News Agency, Dehsabz District, Kabul Province.
Paktia police reported on August 8 that a landmine explosion occurred in Chania, Saidkalam District, Paktia Province, killing 12 people, including women and children, and injuring two others. Mustapha Ben Messaoud, head of the UNICEF office in Afghanistan, said that although children are forced to flee their homes, in most cases they are not fed healthy. They don’t even know where their other food comes from. In addition, Messaoud predicts that by the end of this year, one in two children under five in Afghanistan will suffer from mental illness or malnutrition due to malnutrition and will not be able to go to school.
A child was killed in a Taliban attack in Tahar Province. Several videos of the boy’s sister appeared on social media, in which she can be seen crying and trying to wake her brother. Zubair Shah Agha, a member of the Central Committee of the Pashtu Tahafz Movement (PTM), shared a video of Afghan women trying to convey the pain of the people of the country. After occupying new areas of Afghanistan, the Taliban re-imposed repressive laws and retrogressive policies on Afghan women, which defined their rule during the period from 1996 to 2001 when they implemented their version of Sharia law.