Many Afghans are afraid that retaliation from the new ruler of the country will soon continue as US troops are rushing to complete the withdrawal by President Biden’s Tuesday deadline.
When the Taliban fighters seized control of Kabul two weeks ago, the invading forces created two important targets: the National Directorate of Security headquarters and the Department of Communications Beeline.
Their purpose was to protect the files of intelligence personnel and their informants and to obtain a means of tracking the phone numbers of Afghan citizens, two Afghan officials who were separately briefed on the attack said. It was to do. This can be disastrous for the hundreds of thousands of people who have worked to counter the Taliban threat.
So far, the Taliban’s political leadership has a modest look and has promised amnesty to the government’s security forces, which have weapons. They reserve the right to prosecute serious crimes, but even write letters guaranteeing that they will not be tracked. A Taliban spokesman also talked about forming an inclusive government.
Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen Twitter post In English, the score was not fixed. He also said that, as rumored, there was no hit list that the Taliban was conducting a visit.
“A general amnesty was given,” he wrote, adding that “we are focusing on the future.”
Nonetheless, reports of Taliban detention, disappearance, and even executions are increasing, and some current and former government officials have described it as a secret pursuit of militant enemies. The size of the campaign is uncertain because it is done secretly. And it is unclear at which level of the Taliban leadership approved detention or executions.
“It’s very underground,” said one former lawmaker who was hiding elsewhere when the Taliban visited his house at midnight.