Taliban has been put on spot for orchestrating terrorist activities in Afghanistan, a situation which led to overturning of the electoral government and a replacement of their regime. The self renowned Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid's latest tweet which was posted at 5 pm on Sunday about the bombing blast which rocked a gathering of hundreds of innocent civilians at a mosque in Kabul has been pulled down.
Barely two weeks after the Taliban seized power in war-torn Afghanistan, consequently granting USA an amnesty to carry out mass evacuations, the militant group has complained about USA move of transferring Afghan 'experts' to other countries leaving them with no skilled labour to relie on once they embark on stabilizing the country.
Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid Briefs the press. The Taliban through their spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid have held their first press conference after taking over Afghanistan. This comes at a time when thousands of Afghans are looking to flee the country due to the unknown fate of the country as far as their lives in the hands of the Taliban are concerned.
Kabul (AFP), August 18 - The Taliban have taken an oath of reconciliation, vowing not to take revenge on opponents and to respect women's rights in a regime "different" from Afghanistan two decades ago. The announcements came on Tuesday night shortly after their co-founder returned to Afghanistan, capping the group's astonishing return after being ousted by a US-led invasion in 2001.
The Taliban Addresses Women’s Rights, Media Freedom and Security During a Press Conference in Kabul.
Afghanistan is currently under the rule of the Taliban. The armed group took less than ten days to seize every province without resistance from the residents; and the presidential palace in the capital, Kabul. The Taliban leadership say they would like to create peace and have an inclusive government within the Islamic law.
This week, the Taliban sent letters to several Afghan media outlets with instructions, including how the group wanted to be characterized in media coverage. Taliban letters were received. According to the letter, which was obtained by VOA, news organizations should refer to the Taliban by their official name and are prohibited from urging "our young people to leave the nation" and promoting religions other than Islam.
Earlier on Tuesday August 17, the Taliban group addressed the international media for the first time after taking over Kabul. The first press conference in Kabul was addressed by spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid. During the address, the militia group offered a pledge of reconciliation, vowing no revenge against opponents and to respect women's rights.
( Above: Zabihullah Mujahid during a press conference) The Taliban took over Afghanistan spreading shock waves across the globe. Most of the Afghans lack confidence towards the new regimen and some of them attempted to leave the country. Due to this, the groups spokesman has pledged that the group will honor women’s rights, but within the norms of Islamic law.
Even as Western governments believe they are running out of time, the Taliban has reiterated that it will not agree to an extension of a coming deadline to evacuate Afghans from Kabul airport. At a press conference in Kabul on Tuesday, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid stated that the group would not support an extension and urged the US to cease withdrawing qualified Afghans.
Afghanistan's Taliban took aim at Facebook in their first press conference after taking control of the country earlier this month. “This question should be asked to those people who are claiming to be promoters of freedom of speech, who do not allow publication of all information,” the group’s spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid, said.
Taliban held their first conference in Kabul on Tuesday since the shock seizure of the city, They declared that they want a peaceful relationship with other countries. They promised to uphold and respect the rights of women and children Zabihullah Mujahid, the Taliban main spokesman said that they don't want any internal or external enemies
The world has been shocked by the taking over of Afghanistan by Taliban. Many have fled for rescue as the number of men who ran for their lives is seemingly higher than that of women and children. Afghanistan citizens in a plane Taliban has held their first conference in Kabul since the seizure of the city.
Taliban have finally taken control of the most important parts across the country as the Taliban militants want to have the government back to Islam decades after our government invaded Afghanistan. As troops of the Islamic emirate arrive to replace the Kabul regime officials, Pakistani armed forces watch in peace something which will see a total collapse of the national government.