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The double confrontation of the Taliban!

The Taliban have applauded the recent release of Abdul Ghani Haqbin, a member of the Taliban and the former chief of the campaign against terrorism in Kandahar who was jailed six months ago for the crimes of rape, adultery, and having sex with a boy.

On the other hand, a teacher named Motiullah Wisa is being tortured in a Taliban prison.
The Taliban demonstrate unequivocally that the boundaries they have established solely apply to the people and that they are exempt from any punishment or criticism.

Taliban regulations are only used to target and exact retribution on the populace; they do not punish their criminals.

The Taliban court has just handed down judgements for the crimes of murder, adultery, and sex with boys.

_ Retribution of 175 people
_ Stoning for 37 people
_ Punishment for killing 4 people by putting them under the wall.
_ For 103 people, the implementation of approx
_ Punishment being carried out for 1562 persons

The Talabani court is unfair, no one has the right to a defence attorney, and the rules it developed have not been authorised by the people or popular institutions and are therefore invalid. The execution of this penalty also violates all human rights standards.

The Taliban carry out the death penalty because they see themselves as the prosecutor, judge, and police.

Numerous pieces of evidence suggest that the Taliban coerce critics and opponents into making a variety of criminal confessions.
Finally, these individuals receive a death sentence and are stoned, which is not justice but revenge.

According to an analysis by the American Institute of Peace, the Taliban have established their own world while disobeying the explicit directives and resolutions of the UN. It is unlikely that these pressures will be able to change the Taliban’s views very soon.

The Taliban government is a tyrannical and oppressive system. Human rights-supporting nations ought to consider altering this system to save the Afghan people.

The Taliban government is a tyrannical and oppressive system. Human rights-supporting nations ought to consider altering this system to save the Afghan people.