The Taliban publicly flogs convicts for adultery, theft and kidnapping

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — The Afghan Taliban has begun publicly flogging people accused of committing crimes in Afghanistan, raising fears that the group will return to its strict rule fully. In a statement issued by the Afghan Supreme Court on November 13, the Taliban Supreme Leader ordered the judiciary officials to implement flogging … Read more

Twelve people were flogged by the Taliban in front of hundreds of spectators

Those punished in the town of Pul Alam on Wednesday received between 21 and 39 lashes each, after being convicted by a local court of theft and adultery, said an official at the governor’s office in Logar province, where the flogging took place. Hundreds of spectators turned up at the sports stadium after being invited … Read more

Taliban want to introduce strict Islamic sharia in Afghanistan | Takeover of power in Afghanistan

14 nov 2022 om 16:37Update: 2 dagen geleden Taliban leader Haibatullah Akhundzada has ordered Afghan judges to uphold strict elements of sharia law. A spokesman for Akhundzada said so The Guardian announced via Twitter. Sharia is a strict Islamic law that allows public executions, stoning and flogging, among other things. The decision to introduce sharia … Read more

Afghanistan, Taliban leader orders full application of sharia law – World

The leader of the Taliban in Afghanistan, Haibatullah Akhundzada, who has never appeared in public since taking power in Kabul last year, has ordered the full implementation of Islamic law which provides for public executions, stoning, flogging and mutilation for “thieves, kidnappers and subversives” . This was announced by the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, … Read more

Taliban Supreme Leader Orders Full Enforcement of Islamic Law

loading… KABUL – Supreme leader Taliban Afghanistan has ordered the judge to fully uphold the aspect Islamic law that included public executions, stoning and flogging, as well as amputation of limbs for thieves, said the Taliban’s chief spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid. As AFP reported, Mujahid tweeted on Sunday (13/11/2022) evening, that the “mandatory” order by Hibatullah … Read more

“Close relations with the Taliban”, “The World Cup of nothing”, “They cool the desert”: Felix Radu’s boycott of the World Cup makes the buzz

Columnist Felix Radu ranted about the World Cup on the antennae of La Première. He explained the multiple reasons why he will not watch the World Cup which takes place in Qatar. Among these, we can highlight several: “I will not watch the World Cup because it is organized in a country which does not … Read more

The Taliban Bans Women from Entering Gyms

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Taliban has forbidden women Afghanistan use the facilities in the fitness center. The ban is contained in the latest decree made by the group that has suppressed women’s rights and freedoms since they took power in August 2021. Baca: Joe Biden Will Ask G20 Members To Condemn Russian Invasion Previously, the Taliban … Read more

Female Afghan judges, lawyers and prosecutors fear for their lives

NOS News•Saturday, 16:09 Aletta Andre Correspondent India Aletta Andre Correspondent India Dozens of female Afghan judges, lawyers and prosecutors are still in hiding and fear for their lives. With the abolition of the old legal system by the Taliban, they lost their jobs and income. And ever since the Taliban opened all prisons during the … Read more

Afghanistan, students try to enter the university without the burqa: the girls are whipped by the Taliban

https://video.repubblica.it/mondo/afghanistan-studentesse-cercano-di-entrare-all-universita-senza-il-burqa-le-ragazze-vengono-frustate-dai-talebani/430749/431704Copy Copy We are in Fayzabad, in northeastern Afghanistan. A group of female students try to enter Badakhshan University without wearing the burqa. An agent of the ministry for the promotion of virtue and the prevention of vice reacts by whipping young women. A video released on social media immortalized the bloody scene that triggered … Read more