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Taliban reject claims of 'summary killings' of ex-security forces

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It's hard to recall any war that hasn't resulted in retribution killings afterward. This is just another one and pretty much expected.

The governments considering sending $$$ to this Taliban govt. should make it contingent on: visible and transparent mass food and health centers set up in every many town/city, inclusion of the Red Cross/Crescent, education for girls and jobs for women, and allowance for free movement out of the country for those that want to leave, esp. former fighters and employees of the US and the other countries that were formerly there. These same countries should also allow a certain number to immigrate into their countries.

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This what happens when people sit on their butts, America leaving Afghanistan, should be warning for all who depend on American, to protect you, American will only do so much for you

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A leopard can’t change its spots.

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Likely the typical word twisting.

yeah we rounded them up and killed them all but it wasn’t a “summary execution. We would never do that!

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Likely the typical word twisting.

The irony of you complaining about that.

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StrangerlandToday  12:27 pm JST

Likely the typical word twisting.

The irony of you complaining about that.

Is not lost on anyone.

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The Taliban were killing before the troops left but now they have full control. Killing female judges too.

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The Taliban getting even on the one hand while holding out the other for international money saying it has changed.

There seems no change on women's rights or treatment or freedoms and the reports of torture and killings of former nationalist members carried out by the Taliban as reported by independent charities in Afghanistan seem to show no change from the former regime of decades ago.

Do not give the Taliban a cent and do not support their repressive regime. While your at it stop doing business with Saudi Arabia and others repressing women.

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America weapons given to the Afghan forces are now for sale in gun shops.

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