For Whom the Taliban’s ‘Existential Crisis’ Tolls

Nor can he miss the message being despatched proper now by the tens of hundreds of Afghans who’re fleeing the nation, regardless of the Taliban’s guarantees of amnesty and tolerance. They keep in mind, if he doesn’t, what occurred when “the scholars,” because the insurgents are identified, first conquered Kabul in 1996: Guarantees of peace and order, and amnesty for Afghans who had served within the authorities of President Mohammad Najibullah, have been swiftly damaged. The score-settling began on the prime: The president was castrated and hung from a Kabul lamp submit, his genitals stuffed into his mouth. | For Whom the Taliban’s ‘Existential Disaster’ Tolls


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