Warning infographics: Claims have emerged that the Taliban are killing children as they rampage across Afghanistan. They came after reports that militants had orders to arrest girls and women across the country
Photo: Taliban newsletter sent to the media)
The former interior minister of Afghanistan, said the Taliban are killing innocent children as they brutally seize power in Afghanistan.
Masoud Andarabi, who was abandoned in March, posted shocking and disgusting photos Twitter On people, including children, who were reportedly killed by the Taliban.
Andrabi claimed that the Taliban “is trying to control people through terrorism and kill young children and elderly citizens,” and added that the Taliban “cannot rule the nation” using terrorist methods.
The Taliban took control of Kabul last week after the country swept the country.
Troops are now embarking on a rescue mission to save thousands of people, but the Taliban say NATO forces must withdraw by August 31.
Former Afghan soldiers, many of whom were trained by Western forces, joined a local militia from a base northeast of Kabul. The group is fighting under the Afghan National Resistance Front.
Andarabi said in his tweet: “In Andarab, the Taliban carried out unjustified house searches, arrested people without reason or justification and killed innocent citizens.
As a result, people had to rise up against their brutality to protect their lives, honor, dignity, and property.
The images came after reports last week of Islamic militants hunting down cities across Afghanistan for women and girls, the Daily Mail reported.
The jihadist commanders were reportedly ordering imams in the areas they captured to bring lists of unmarried women and girls between the ages of 12 and 45 for their soldiers to marry because they saw them as “spoils of war” to be divided among the victors.
And Andrabi also warned in an interview with India Today that resistance to Taliban rule would not go away.
“I think there will be emergence, push and resistance,” he said.
“It shows that if the Taliban does not adapt to today’s Afghanistan, this flaming resistance will continue to emerge. Resistance in any form will continue throughout the country.”
He added that if the Taliban wanted the people to support their rule, they should form an elected government and not an undemocratic “emirate”.
Former President Ashraf Ghani sacked Andrabi in March after failing to arrest a militia commander who forced him to shoot down a helicopter, killing nine members of the security forces.
The Taliban claimed earlier this week that they had recaptured three districts north of the capital, Kabul, that they had captured the day before and besieged Panchchit, the last province still out of their control.
They said they are negotiating with rival forces to secure the areas, but the head of foreign relations for the National Liberation Front, Ali Maysam Nizari, tweeted, “Nobody will surrender Panjshir and @AhmedMassoud01 will defend the valley with everything they have.”
His statement was released after Massoud wrote in the Washington Post: “No matter what happens, the mujahideen and I will defend Panjshir as the last bastion of Afghan freedom.”