Taliban captured dumping killed casualties in mass graves in spite of peace promise

Taliban captured dumping killed casualties in mass graves in spite of peace promise

Taliban seen ‘throwing murdered victims in mass graves’ despite peace promise

Pictures seem to show Taliban fighters dumping away dead bodies into huge pits in the southern territory of Kandahar. It comes as they have said that they won’t carry out retribution on their foes

PICTURE CAPTION Images seem to show the Taliban dumping bodies in a mass grave

 Images seem to show the Taliban dumping bodies in a mass grave

Talibans are chasing down backstabbers and betrayers and disposing bodies of their casualties in mass graves despite telling the world that they won’t carry out vengeance on their foes, reports say.

Commotion has arisen in the Afghanistan capital Kabul as individuals fearing the Talibans are desperate to leave the nation after its fighters took over the city last Sunday.

Ostensibly the Taliban, who accept an extreme Islamic principle, have said that they are not looking for “revenge on anybody” and that they don’t need “any internal or external enemies”.

They likewise have said that they will regard the rights and privileges of women “within the framework of Islamic law”.

But it is claimed that barbarities have begun to happen in the southern territory of Kandahar, as indicated by the Daily Star.

Taliban captured dumping killed casualties in mass graves in spite of peace promise

 The photographs of the mass graves are speculated to be from the southern territory of Kandahar

Taliban fighters give off an impression of ditching bodies into mass graves in pictures acquired by the Daily Star.

It additionally reports that the Talibans are following anybody they see as “traitors” and include those associated with the Afghan government, soldiers, NATO, NGOs, and journalists.

David Otto, counter-terrorism and organised crime expert at Global Risk International, told the Daily Star: “This is a known Taliban terror tactic to generate fear and little resistance from state forces, especially for an insurgency group that intends to control strategic locations in a large contested country.

“The Taliban understands that cruel news spreads faster. As soon as other districts get information of how bad the Taliban is treating captured state forces, the resistance level in ensuing districts is lessened.

The Taliban apparently have said they won't attempt or look for revenge on their opponents (Image: STRINGER/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)

The Taliban apparently have said they won’t attempt or look for revenge on their opponents (Image: STRINGER/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)

“These arbitrary arrests, intimidation, and mass murder tactics are what accounted for many Afghan security forces to flee to neighbouring states or surrender and hand over their weapons to the Taliban without putting up any resistance.”

There are fears that authorities of the Afghanistan government could be killed and that the Taliban’s adversaries are being gathered together.

Mr Otto proceeded: “If the Taliban is isolated, it may even be more dangerous to international peace and security now that they have access to and in possession of trillions of dollars worth of US coalition trained military personnel and equipment.

“With this power and resources, nothing will stop the Taliban from providing training and other support to terrorist groups like al-Qaeda.”

The Taliban have said they would prefer not to make enemyes and will regard ladies' rights (Image: STRINGER/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)

The Taliban have said they would prefer not to make enemyes and will regard ladies’ rights (Image: STRINGER/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)

In the interim, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the association had gotten accounts of mounting human rights violations against the women and girls of Afghanistan”.

He added: “We cannot and must not abandon the people of Afghanistan.”