اصرار طالبان به تداوم خشونت

Taliban insist on continuing violence

Author: Jamshid Arash

Following repeated calls from the Afghan government and the international community to reduce violence by the Taliban, the group declared that they were continuing their war and had no plans to reduce violence. Not only did they declare, but in practice their attacks A car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Kisak Valley in Ghazni province, killing a civilian, schoolchildren, women and children, all of whom were civilians. A number were also injured. The videos that were posted on the web pages were shocking and devastating. They were blown away. Recently, the group disembarked a number of passengers from the vehicles on the same route and burned them alive. Crimes that have little history – To promote religion in the country.

This violence is taking place at a time when the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the international community are tired of the continuing war and destruction in Afghanistan and are trying to establish peace in this country; More than 4,000 Taliban prisoners released from prisons The prisoners who had been captured from the battlefields and a number of them returned to the battlefields after their release and continued their violence as security officials prevented the re-arrest of a number of The criminals reported from the battlefields that they had fulfilled their obligations, broken their oath, and again insisted on violence and war.

The criminals have also intensified their attacks on police checkpoints around the country, inflicting casualties on security forces. Foreign fighters, including members of al-Qaeda, have been involved in the attacks and are fighting alongside the Taliban. The group also detonated a car bomb near the town of Aibak in Samangan province, wounding dozens of people in the terrorist attack, and the Taliban claimed responsibility for most of the attacks.

The attacks come as the Taliban signed an agreement with the United States pledging to refrain from carrying out attacks in cities and major security bases, severing ties with foreign fighters, including al-Qaeda members. However, in practice, the slightest change in the group’s behavior has not been observed. Their attacks in major cities have not stopped. Their relations with al-Qaeda are still in place. In the sense that neither the group adheres to its commitments nor is interested in peace and negotiation, and their main mission is to perpetuate violence and kill defenseless people and increase insecurity in Afghanistan.

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