Taliban seeks list of young girls and widows in Afghanistan

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Kabul, 17 July. With the announcement of the withdrawal of US forces, the fear of Taliban terrorists is increasing every day in Afghanistan. Along with this, the Taliban has issued a new decree, asking for a list of girls above 15 years of age and widows who are below 45 years of age.

According to the information, the Taliban has said that they will get these girls and women married with their fighters and then take them to Waziristan in Pakistan, where they will be converted.

According to the information, Taliban has given a letter in the name of Taliban Culture Commission to the Imams and Mullahs, the areas which it has occupied. In this letter, a demand has been made to hand over the list of girls and widows.

Taliban fighters have captured important cities along the border areas with Iran, Pakistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.

Earlier, the Taliban issued a decree asking the women of North Eastern Takhar in Afghanistan not to leave the house alone and men should grow beards.

According to a report, people in Afghanistan are upset due to the terror of the Taliban. Here people do not speak loudly in homes, do not listen to music and the women of the house do not even go to the market. The people of Afghanistan, troubled by the terror of the Taliban, say that they are afraid that the Taliban will take their daughters and marry them and keep them as slaves.

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