The rapid advances of the Taliban has created a serious humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, and many people are rushing to the capital Kabul to escape the brutalities of the Taliban.
The rapid gains the Taliban is making in Afghanistan has aggravated the humanitarian crisis in the country. Many people are rushing to the capital Kabul to escape the brutalities of the Taliban terrorists.
In the areas the Taliban has captured, it's going door-to-door to take young girls as ‘sex slaves forcibly’. They call it the prize for fighting.
“Taliban fighters are going door-to-door and forcibly marrying girls as young as 12 and forcing them into sex slavery as they seize vast swathes of the Afghanistan from government forces”, reported The Daily Mail.
It added, “The Taliban has now captured nine of Afghanistan's 34 provincial capitals and placed most of the country's largest cities under siege in a lighting-fast assault that has seen government forces largely capitulate.”
On Wednesday, President Ashraf Ghani rushed to Mazar-e-Sharif, the capital of Balkh province, where the Taliban is making rapid advances. He also sacked his top military commander for lapses in the resistance to the Taliban.
The Daily Mail reported, “Fighters have then been going door-to-door to claim their 'prizes', even looking through the wardrobes of families to establish the ages of girls before forcing them into a life of sexual servitude.”
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