Taliban shoots a woman dead for not wearing burqa' despite vows to honor women's right

Taliban shoots a woman dead for not wearing burqa’ despite vows to honor women’s right

Taliban ‘kills woman for not wearing burqa’ despite women’s rights vow

Taliban fighters reportedly shot a lady dead for going out in broad daylight without a burqa – days before pledging to respect ladies’ privileges.

A nerve racking picture shows a casualty lying in a pool of blood as sickened friends and family encompass her.

The recording, widely posted via social media, is said to have been taken as the Taliban invaded and captured the northern town of Taloqan in Takhar province last week.

The militant group promised to take a more moderate position in it’s first press conference yesterday.

Be that as it may, other awful reports tell life under the Taliban is similarly pretty much as severe as during their last rule of nightmare 20 years prior.

Somewhere around three people, including a journalist, are dead and 12 more were wounded after fighters started shooting into a crowd protesting against their rule, local media has revealed.

The demonstrators had tried to remove a white Taliban flag and supplant it with the flag of the Afghanistan.

Children as young as 12 seem to be accepted to have been targeted to become sex slaves in recently vanquished parts of the country.

In the interim, political opponents are accepted to be hauled from their homes at gunpoint.

 A lady lies on the ground soaked in blood in district Taloqan

A lady lies on the ground soaked in blood in district Taloqan

cover 'thief' with tar and parade him through the street

cover ‘thief’ with tar and parade him through the street

‘Women are going to be very active in society but within the frameworks of Islam.’

He added: ‘We recognise the rights of the women that Islam gave them. Women can work, they can go to the school, they can work in schools, they can work in hospitals.

‘We assure the world there will be no exorcist against the women and everything will be done under Islamic laws.’

Mr Mujahid promised the Taliban would ‘hold no grudges’ and didn’t need war.