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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Father was suspected of joining the rebel army, in return the Taliban killed the son

The Taliban in Afghanistan is presenting new examples of its tyranny and brutality every day. The Taliban, which claims to forgive enemies, has even spared children in its vengeance. The Taliban killed a child in Afghanistan's Takhar province on suspicion that his father was part of resistance forces. An independent media outlet keeping updates on Panjshir has given this information.
Media outlets covering Panjshir and the situation in the country reported that the Taliban suspected that the child's father was among Panjshir fighters fighting against the Taliban, so killed him.
The Taliban, which took control of Afghanistan on 15 August, promised that it would not take any revenge on anyone. But there have also been reports of civilians being shot from Panjshir. Tanjshir was the last province to be captured by the Taliban, it shot people as they tried to escape.

The media outlet said in a tweet, "Taliban fighters killed a child in Takhar province after they suspected that the child's father was part of resistance forces. The brutal murder of the child is the latest incident of Taliban crackdown on Afghans, Those who raised their voice against the organization.

American broadcast television network ABC reported last week that members of the resistance force and former government are being targeted for revenge nationwide. "They attacked my family five times," a youth from Panjshir told ABC.

Another Panjshir local resident told ABC that the Taliban were stopping people to identify those who resisted them or who were associated in any way with the previous government in Afghanistan. "They take our mobiles and check them. If they find any suspicious picture, they kill that person," he said.

The Taliban on Monday ordered barbers in southern Helmand province not to shave or shave their beards, claiming their orders are in line with Sharia. The order was issued by the Vice and Virtue Department of the provincial Taliban government to barbers in the provincial capital Lashkar Gah.

Last week, Islamic fundamentalists publicly displayed the bodies of four people killed in an alleged kidnapping in the western city of Herat.