Despite the Taliban’s promise of a peaceful government, disturbing images emerge in Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of the country, with women and children drenched in the blood of random attacks by militant thugs.
In a picture Taken by the Los Angeles Times.A woman was found unconscious on the ground near Kabul airport with blood on her head and hands, while a young boy had his hair completely soaked in blood.
The baby was completely lame, his eyes rolling in his head, the paper photojournalist, Marx Yam, recalled.
Another shows a seemingly lame woman being picked up by two men outside the airport in a frustrating scene – and often Deadly – Efforts Running away from the troubled nation.
He was among at least a dozen people injured on Tuesday as “extremist Taliban fighters” rallied hundreds of unarmed Afghans. Trying to get to the airport Running away from the new government, Yam wrote.
This is despite the fact that the Taliban have promised a “safe passage” for anyone trying to leave the country.
In fact, the brutal enforcers are blind. Fired with automatic weapons.The photojournalist said that both in the air and sometimes towards the crowd of helpless Afghans.
Yam said he also used sticks, a long rubber hose, a knotted rope and the butt of his rifle to defeat the mob, some of whom were trying to avoid the militants.
Meanwhile, video footage has been shot elsewhere showing Taliban militants roaming the streets in military vehicles with machine guns.
A fighter was caught crossing a street whipping people.
The disturbing pictures came the same day Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, Promised that the government would be “positively different” from the savagery that was known before the US invasion after 9/11.
“If the question is based on ideology and beliefs, it doesn’t matter …” Mujahid told reporters.
He also promised a general amnesty for Afghans who helped the United States and insisted that “we will not take revenge.”
However, the scenes at Kabul Airport already seem to contradict many promises.
National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan confirmed at the White House on Tuesday that the Taliban had promised “safe passage for civilians at the airport.”
“We intend to keep them,” he insisted, “despite numerous reports of people being” pushed back or pushed back or beaten. “
With the escalation of violence, the Taliban have “continued to maintain ties with al-Qaeda, providing safe havens to terrorist groups in Afghanistan,” according to a Defense Department report. With reference to the business standard.
Karim Khan, chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, also said he was most concerned about recent reports of escalating violence in the country.
He noted “extrajudicial killings in the form of revenge killings of prisoners and surrenderees, allegations of abuse of women and girls, crimes against children and other crimes affecting the civilian population at large.” “
Post with wires.