Taliban executes brother-in-law of resistance leader Saleh  burial of the body is not permitted

September 12, 2021 by archyde

The Islamic militant group Taliban continued brutal retaliation, including killing the brother of Afghan resistance leader, First Vice President Amrula Saleh, and prohibiting the burial. On the 11th, when commemoration ceremonies were held to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks across the United States on the 11th, the Taliban raised the Taliban flag at the presidential palace in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, and formalized the inauguration of the government.

According to Reuters, the Taliban found and executed Saleh’s older brother, Rohula Ajigi, after they seized the last remaining stronghold of the Afghan resistance, Bazarak, in the northern Panjishir region. The fact is that Evadulla Saleh, Vice President Saleh’s nephew, said, “The Taliban killed my uncle on the 9th and did not allow him to be buried. They told Reuters that the body had to be rotted.” Germany’s public service Deutsche Wele said, “There are testimonies that Aziji was caught by the Taliban as he tried to pass through the checkpoint by car and was shot and killed with the driver.”

Vice President Saleh, who declared acting president of Afghanistan on the 15th of last month, formed the Afghan National Resistance Front (NRF) in partnership with Ahmad Massoud, son of the late Ahmad Shah Massoud, who is called the national father of Afghanistan. The NRF fought the Taliban, but lost the battle. The Taliban declared that “the war in Afghanistan was over”, claiming that Vice President Saleh and Massoud had fled to Tajikistan and Turkey respectively. The Associated Press reported that Acting Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akund of the Taliban interim government raised the Taliban flag at the Kabul Presidential Palace on the 11th. “The flag-raising ceremony marks the official start of the new government’s work,” the Taliban said. It is the first time the Taliban has come to power in Afghanistan since 2001.
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