8am: Local sources in Ghazni province report that the Taliban have engaged in a week-long spree of detentions, harassment, and torture of residents in the Nawur district of the province. According to credible sources from the province on Wednesday, August 2, the Taliban have indiscriminately beaten and abused several individuals, including women and children, in
Aamaj: Elaha Delawarzai a victim of former spokesman of the Taliban’s Ministry of Interior’s rape and forced marriage after releasing from their prison said that the Taliban gave electric shock to her “genitals.” “The Taliban tortured me and even gave electric shocks to my sexual organs (breasts, hips, and thighs),” she said. Click here to
8am: In the last month of the solar year (April/May 2023), the Taliban killed 13 former military personnel through various means. They also detained 29 individuals from different parts of the country, including military personnel, a civil activist, a poet, 15 tribal elders, a mayor, a private clinic director, a journalist, and a taxi driver.
8am: Female prisoners in Taliban-controlled prisons in the provinces of Jowzjan, Faryab, and Samangan are enduring a deplorable situation. They face humiliation, insults, physical torture, and sexual assault. According to the findings of Hasht-e Subh Daily, since the collapse of the Republic regime, the Taliban have detained and imprisoned 90 women in the three northern
8am: The incident took place on Saturday, May 13, in the village of Shirmango, in the Darzab district of Jowzjan province.Sources state that the victim, named Khal Mohammad, was killed after a verbal altercation with a Taliban member named Ahmad Rayis. Reportedly, Khal Mohammad was tortured to death by Ahmad Rayis’ sons. Recently, members of
CNN: “They tried to choke and suffocate me by tying a plastic bag across my face, telling me to confess to working with the NRF,” he said. “But as I was never part of it, I didn’t confess … Then they hung me upside down, one time by my feet, another by my hands.” He
8am: According to local sources in Khost, a former government military member named Mohammad Anwar committed suicide after being released from Taliban prison in the province. Sources say that Anwar, who was an employee of the National Directorat of Security in the previous government, ended his life by drinking poison in Matun, center of the
8am: Sources in Samangan province report that a teenager has died as a result of excessive torture by Taliban fighters in this province. According to sources, Juma-Khan, a 16-year-old resident of Kokjar village in Hazrat-Sultan district, was arrested two days ago by Taliban security forces in the district and died in a coma due to
8am: The Taliban‘s claims of providing security are false and are merely a form of media propaganda, similar to their previous false claim that “Taliban 2.0 have changed“. This regime, whose primary abilities are intimidation, harassment, torture, and killing, will continue to cause terror and insecurity. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: Over the past eighteen months, the Taliban have been known to arrest, torture, and humiliate former soldiers, rebellious women and girls, and analysts. This has been followed by a new wave of arrests in the past month, with more than fifty citizens, including politicians, university professors, analysts, women and girls, former soldiers, and civilians,