While the Taliban began atrocities on the Christians and female in Afghanistan, radical Islamic forces in Pakistan are seeing the withdrawal of US troops as an opportunity of starting pogrom on Afghan Hindus. A video, which has been circulated through social media, it is seen, Pakistanis were waiting for the US troops to withdraw from Afghanistan and to massacre Hindus in the country. A similar video has also surfaced, where Pakistani intellectual Zaid Hamid is seen spewing poison on Hindus and taking about killing them.
In the video, Zaid says, “I pray to Allah that Americans leave and leave the Indians there. It has been a long time since we did not kill Hindus in Afghanistan”. It was generally always the case, which led to the name of the mountains of Afghanistan as the Hindu Kush. Hindu Kush is the place where Hindus are killed. The place that kills Hindus. As a date, whenever Hindus have entered Afghanistan, they have been captured. We are praying to Allah to leave the Americans and leave Hindus. However, it is not clear what time the video is from. But such statements raise the question as to why the international community, which continues to impart knowledge to India in the name of Kashmir and the right of minorities, gets deaf to these open threats to Hindus.
Pakistan and its notorious spy agency Inter Service Intelligence have always been sponsoring terrorism. They also are behind the current resurgence of the Taliban as even much ruthless and nefarious jihadist forces. As we know, by now, the Taliban has started extreme cruelties on girls and women, including the working females. According to a report in the Blaze, an Afghan working female named Khatera said that the Taliban does not view women as “living, breathing human beings,” but “merely some meat and flesh to be battered”.
“[The Taliban] first torture us and then discard our bodies to show as a specimen of punishment,” she said. “Sometimes our bodies are fed to dogs. I was lucky I survived it. One has to live in Afghanistan under the Taliban to even imagine what hell has befallen on women, children, and minorities here”.
Meanwhile, according to media reports, the Taliban now has lists of names, addresses and phone numbers of every Afghan Who worked for the US during the past twenty years.
Lt Col Oliver North told reporters that the outer perimeter at the Kabul Airport has serious problems because the Taliban now has lists of the names and phone numbers of every Afghan who has worked for our country in the last 20 years.
The US military official said: “They’ve got the bank records. They got it all thanks to the embassy… It is being reported that the Taliban has captured the payroll data from the American embassy and the Kabul banks showing the names, addresses and phone numbers for locals now being hunted down”.
While hundreds and thousands of devastated Afghans are making desperate bids of fleeing Afghanistan fearing cruelties of the Taliban, Maj. Gen. Christopher Donahue has told his British Army counterpart, a high-ranking field-grade officer of the British army’s 22nd Special Air Service Regiment, that British operations of quickly evacuating Britons from Afghanistan were embarrassing the United States military in the absence of similar US military operations.
But the British officer firmly rejected the request.
Detailing the matter, the Washington Examiner in a report said: “… it shows the obvious stress of attempting to extricate thousands of personnel under a situation of increasing terrorist threat. Elements of the Haqqani network, the Islamic State in Afghanistan, and possibly al Qaeda are now operating in proximity to Kabul airport with some degree of command separation from the Taliban.
“In addition, the British military has more operational latitude in Kabul than the US military, including the Navy SEAL elements present at the airport. I understand that the SAS has conducted operations to bring American citizens, as well as British citizens and at-risk personnel, through checkpoints and to the airport. This is not an indictment on US capabilities or special operations intent, but rather, it’s a reflection of political-military authorities. In part, this difference is understandable. Large-scale US military operations beyond the Kabul airport perimeter would entail significant risk absent prior Taliban approval. But there is a sense, at least by allies, that the US military could be doing more to leverage the Taliban into providing greater ease of access to the airport for those most at risk.
“A bureaucratic tug of war between the State Department, Pentagon, and White House is also disrupting evacuation operations out of Kabul. This is aggravating British, French, and other Kabul-present military authorities. I understand that these governments have been further aggravated by the failure of the White House and Pentagon to communicate adequately, or in some cases, to communicate at all, on their intentions and actions. All these allies admit, however, that only the U.S. military could provide the airfield defense and air traffic control capabilities now on display”.
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