Happed in Excavators: The 'Wild West' Taliban is returned to Afghanistan

It is not that in Afghanistan there was no death penalty under the previous government. Only that, now that the Taliban have returned to power, the executions

Happed in Excavators: The 'Wild West' Taliban is returned to Afghanistan

It is not that in Afghanistan there was no death penalty under the previous government. Only that, now that the Taliban have returned to power, the executions return to the public squares and with the same brutality with which they horrified the world more than two decades ago. Between acting Comedously not to scare those who move timidly between scenarios to recognize them, and to terrorize their own to give an example and remember Afghans who commands now, the Taliban are choosing, without a doubt, the two.

In Herat, until recently one of the most liberal cities in the country, the executioners did not find a better cadalso than an excavator. Of the two of them they hung on Tuesday, opposite a large public, the bodies of three alleged assailants that, according to the Vice-Delegate of the Mawlawi Shir Ahmad Muhajir government, had tried to penetrate the ownership of an individual, in the Obe District. They could not even consume their robbery. This was justice Express.

The lesson was, in fact, more for the curious than for the supposed criminals, who could not know his sentence: when they hung them they were already dead. He had killed the owner of the farm, in a new sample of how, quickly, Afghanistan is becoming the Wild West. The only difference, if perhaps, is that the Quatrero is the authority here. Whoever imposes the greatest of the brutalities is coded with the international community that let them be done with the control of the country.

Little is importing the world that girls continue without being able to go to school from high school. Look elsewhere and make real juggling to believe Taliban promises, just a few days ago, like that which ensured that they would use persuasion before the hardness before the Committee on Crimes. One of his own, the Noruddin Turabi Mullah, new prison manager, explained quietly the new Afghan normality to the AP agency: the amputations for stealing, said "are necessary for security".

Updated Date: 08 October 2021, 18:04

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