Breaking: Executions and Cutting off Extremities


The Taliban is a big fan of public executions and amputations. They don’t have television, so instead, they pack the locals into stadiums to give them a show. “No one will tell us what our laws should be. We will follow Islam and we will make our laws on the Quran.”

Return of public executions

Thanks to the generosity of Imperial Leader Joe Biden, the Taliban are firmly in control of Afghanistan. They can’t wait to bring back the traditional entertainment of public executions and various other gory forms of stone age justice. that’s their way of encouraging the masses not to stray from the teachings of the Prophet.

In America, Black Lives Matter irregular forces can burn and loot their way across the nation with barely a slap on the wrist. Do something the theocracy in Afghanistan doesn’t like and they’ll chop your hand off.

According to what Mullah Nooruddin Turabi told the Associated Press for the story they printed Thursday, September 23, the “Taliban will bring back executions and the amputation of hands as a form of punishment.”

They just haven’t decided on how public the administration of justice will be. The “grisly reprisals won’t always take place in public.” Only sometimes. Either way, “Turabi cautioned the world against interference with Afghanistan’s new governing force.”

“Everyone criticized us for the punishments in the stadium,” the Mullah gripes, “but we have never said anything about their laws and their punishments.” They can do as many public executions as they like, he insists. He’s the designated “enforcer” and he loves his work.

Associated Press notes, “Turabi is an enforcer of the Taliban’s brutal interpretation of Islamic law and was the militant group’s justice minister in their 1996-2001 regime.” Robert Mueller had fantasies about doing to Donald Trump the kinds of things Mullah Turabi got away with.

A deterrent

The last time Turabi was allowed to do his job properly, “executions and amputations were held at Kabul’s sports stadium and sometimes in front of crowds.” Turabi argued “amputations were considered by the Taliban to be a deterrent.”

A person can’t steal as much with only one hand. Get caught twice and you’re career is over. “Cutting off of hands is very necessary for security.”

When we still had a few soldiers running around trying to evacuate the masses from Kabul in August, the Taliban tried to tone down their radical ideas. They attempted to present “a more moderate, changed entity compared to how it behaved in the past.” Executions? no we won’t do that.

They swore up and down “there would be no revenge against those who assisted the US and pledged to establish an inclusive government.” The Taliban didn’t go around dragging people from their homes and shooting them, ISIS did.

The UN already has proof they broke their promises. Not only do they love executions and appendage removal, “the Taliban does not include women, but does include people on the UN sanctions list.” That includes interim interior minister, Sirajuddin Haqqani who is “a US-designated terrorist who is wanted by the FBI.” Good lord. How did that happen?

“There has been particular concern in the international community over what Taliban rule will mean for Afghan women and girls. During its first stint in power, the Taliban barred women from receiving an education or appearing in public without a male chaperon and full body coverings.”

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