Taliban Door to Door Manhunt for INFIDELS to Slay


The Taliban claim that they’re leaving the people who worked with the Americans in Afghanistan alone, but they lied. They’re already going door-to-door, searching for infidels who “worked for U S. led forces and the previous Afghan administration.”

Taliban unleashed

Norwegian nonprofit RHIPTO Center for Global Analyses has turned an official report in to the United Nations. They’re claiming that the insurgents are rounding up infidels, including anyone who had anything to do with the Americans. “Taliban are intensifying the hunt-down of all individuals and collaborators with the former regime.”

If they can’t drag away the ones they want, they’ll torture and/or kill any family member they can find. If unsuccessful finding the dissidents they “target and arrest the families and punish them according to their own interpretation of Sharia law.” Like Bob Dylan says, “everybody must get stoned.”

“Particularly at risk are individuals in central positions in military, police and investigative units,” the report warns.

Reuters backs them up with a report that “a senior member of the security forces of the previous administration sent a message to journalists saying the Taliban had obtained secret national security documents and were arresting former intelligence and security officials.”

The Norwegian group is in the business of preparing “independent intelligence assessments.” They already passed their report on the Taliban off to “agencies and individuals working within the United Nations.”

Christian Nellemann, who heads the group, notes, there “are a high number of individuals that are currently being targeted.” To him, the “threat is crystal clear.” Not only that, they have hard evidence.

They put it in writing

The theocracy has sealed their fate by putting the directive on paper. “It is in writing that, unless they give themselves in, the Taliban will arrest and prosecute, interrogate and punish family members on behalf of those individuals.”

They included a copy of a letter they have. It was delivered to an Afghani contractor who was then “seized from his Kabul apartment and detained for questioning.”

The letter came from “the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s Military Commission” and claimed the “detainee had traveled to the UK as part of his role.” To the Taliban, that trip “indicates you have had excellent relations with the American and British.” A death sentence.

“If you do not report to the commission, your family members will be arrested instead, and you are responsible for this. You and your family members will be treated based on Sharia law.”

Proof comes from German news outlet Deutsche Welle. Insurgents “fatally shot” a relative of their editor and wounded another. “Taliban fighters had already carried out door-to-door searches trying to find the editor,” who was already back in his country.

“The killing of a close relative of one of our editors,” they write, “testifies to the acute danger in which all our employees and their families in Afghanistan find themselves.”