update On Aug 10, 12:12 pm ist
Bloody violence continues in the capital of Sar-e-Pul province, many houses ransacked The Taliban have finally captured the provincial capital in a shootout with Afghan security forces The Taliban have so far captured many of the country's 34 capitals.
The Taliban's hold in Afghanistan continues to grow. He also captured the capital of Sar-i-Pul province after capturing Shebergen, the capital of Jauzjan province. In this way, the Taliban has captured the capitals of three provinces in just one day, while in the last three days it has taken control of the capitals of five provinces playing Holi of blood.
The Taliban has done this bloody control at a time when NATO and US forces have almost withdrawn from Afghanistan. After more than a week of resistance by Afghan security forces, the Taliban have finally captured the provincial capital, said council chief of northern Sar-e-Pul province, Mohammad Noor Rahmani. With this, many areas of the city of Sar-e-Pul have been destroyed by the Taliban. Rahmani said that government forces have now completely withdrawn from the province. He said many pro-government local militia commanders also surrendered to the Taliban without a fight.
The Taliban also ignored appeals to return to the negotiating table and continue the long-stalled peace talks with the Afghan government. The Taliban have so far captured many of the country's 34 capitals.
More than 570 terrorists killed in 24 hours Afghanistan's Defense Ministry said on Monday that the country's government forces have killed more than 570 Taliban militants (a terror group banned in Russia) in the past 24 hours. In the meantime, 579 Taliban militants were killed and 161 were injured in Nangarhar, Khost, Logar, Paktia, Kandahar, Herat, Farah, Jazzan, Samgan, Helmand, Takhar, Kunduz and Panjshir provinces.
Editor murdered, journalist held hostage Toofan Omari, editor-in-chief of Boost radio station in Paktia, Afghanistan, was killed in Deh Sabj area of Kabul. While another journalist has been taken hostage by the Taliban in the country's Helmand province. The journalist has been identified as Niyamatullah Hemat, a reporter for Ghargah TV channel in Khost province. At present, no terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the death of Hurricane Omari.
Struggle for the capture of Kunduz The Taliban are now fighting to capture the city of Kunduz, the capital of northern Kunduz province. The capture of Kunduz will be crucial for the Taliban as the country's capital, Kabul, will be just 335 km away from the province. If the Taliban takes full control of this city, then its rule will begin over one of the country's largest cities with a population of more than 3.40 lakhs.
Women being forced to perform Jihad al-Nikah Taliban terrorists in Afghanistan are not only targeting Afghan security personnel on duty, but they are also destroying houses by bombing them. Repressive rules are being imposed on women under Sharia law. In a fatwa, the Taliban forbade women from leaving their homes without male companions, while requiring men to grow beards. Social activist Merajuddin Sharifi said women are prohibited from taking taxi rides and asked to always wear burqa. The production and distribution of music or any audio-visual entertainment is banned. In the Italian newspaper Insideover, Federico Giuliani wrote that innocent Afghan women are being forced into jihad al-nikah in which they are sent to terrorists.