8am: NRF spokesperson, Sibghatullah Ahmadi, made the claim in a tweet on Thursday (November 24th). “The Taliban have started distributing lands along the Qosh Tepa irrigation canal to the families of terrorists from Waziristan and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan and other non-native peoples,” Ahmadi detailed. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: Office of the Taliban’s PM wrote in a newsletter on Tuesday, November 15, that the head of the office, Mullah Hassan Akhund, “has appreciated the achievements of the nomads during the Jihad.” He said that the nomads play an important role in strengthening the economy of Afghanistan and promised to solve their problems through
Aamaj: Head of people’s unity party, Mohammad Mohaqiq, said that the residents of 17 villages have been evicted by Taliban in Ghor and Daykundi provinces. Before that people were evicted in Ghazni and Takhar by nomads while Taliban supported them. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: On Tuesday, October 25, reliable sources said that the Taliban forcibly displaced around 18 families from the mentioned village, one of the remote areas in Bazarak, the center of Panjshir. Sources added that most of the residents of this village were displaced from the area months ago and only 18 families remained there who
8am: In continuation of the Taliban’s recent anti-Persian initiatives, the group has removed the word “Danishgah = University” from the Signboard of Herat University in Herat province. On Wednesday, September 28, local sources talking to Hasht-e Subh said that the Taliban group has installed a new signboard with the Pashtu version of “Herat Pohantoon =
8am: In the past few months, the Taliban have continued to remove Farsi/Persian words and terminologies from the boards of government institutions, and have also changed the boards of the appeal courts of Ghor and Bamyan provinces. This is even though the absolute majority of the residents of these two provinces speak Farsi/Persian. At that
8am: Local sources say that the residents of Khwaja Bahauddin district, in cooperation with the residents of other districts of Takhar province, have forced the usurper nomadic families to flee from the area. The armed nomads had usurped the houses of the people of Khwaja Bahauddin, Takhar province by force for several days and the
8am: According to sources, the Taliban has allocated 3,020 acres of land to build a township for the nomads and have started the process of land distribution. In the distribution inauguration ceremony of these lands, the Taliban said that the caretaker government of the Taliban will provide health and educational services to the nomads living
8am: Residents of the districts along the Kokcha River (Dasht Qala, Rustaq, Yengi Qala, Darqad, Chah Aab and Khwaja Bahauddin) in Takhar province report that during the course of the last year, about 700 Kuchi families – Pashtun Nomads – have been settled in Khwaja Bahauddin and Dasht Qala districts. The Taliban have set a
8am: Local sources told Hasht-e Subh on Monday (August 22nd) that the Taliban are moving the nomads who have just arrived in Takhar province from Pakistan and southern provinces to lands belonging to the local people. Sources indicate that around 100 nomadic families have come from Pakistan and southern provinces to the Khwaja Bahauddin district