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Taliban’s ominous death sentence letters -

The militant regime is ramping up its payback against people who helped allied forces – with terrified families being told they’ve been sentenced to death.

The Taliban is continuing to hunt down Afghans who helped allied forces, despite their promise for no retribution, with the militant regime even targeting the extended families of who they dub “traitors”.

Horrifying footage emerged last week showing Taliban soldiers executing a police chief, who spent the past 20 years fighting alongside Afghan army forces to keep the Taliban at bay.

And reports continue to emerge of the Taliban going house-to-house to find Afghans who assisted the US or its allies since 2001.

The Taliban is ramping up its attacks and raids on people who opposed the brutal regime over the past 20 years.

In a worrying twist, the Taliban has started sending letters, some of which are death sentences, to the family members of those who helped.

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Letters obtained by CNN showed the Taliban ramping up its threats to the brother of an Afghan translator, accusing him of helping the US and providing security to his brother who served as an interpreter to American troops over the past 20 years.

In the first of three letters sent by the Taliban, the brother is accused of “helping the Americans”, who they describe as the “infidel crusaders”.

“Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear for a hearing to clear your record and prove your innocence,” the letter says.

“If you do not appear for this hearing, a default judgment will be passed upon you and you will not have the right to object.”

The first letter was handwritten by the Taliban.

After failing to show up for the hearing at his village, out of fear for his life, the brother was sent a second letter.

“As you ignored the Emarat Mujahideen’s notice and did not appear for the hearing, your file has been transferred to the sharia court and if you are found guilty of providing assistance to the Western invaders … and even if you are sentenced to death, you will not have the right to object,” the second letter, also handwritten, says.

The brother is then told “you chose this path for yourself”.

In a third and final letter, the Taliban sent the brother a typed-out page with an official letterhead.

In it, the Taliban notify the man he would now be sentenced to death.

“As you have been previously warned by the Islamic Emarat's Mujahideen to stop your servitude to the invading crusaders and as you rejected their warnings and continued your godless servitude and provided security to your brother … who was an interpreter for the Americans and was working with the crusaders in some camps, and as you ignored the subpoena from the Islamic Emarat, we found you guilty in absentia and sent your file to an upper sharia court where you shall be sentenced to death,” the letter reads.

“These court decisions are final and you will not have the right to object. You chose this path for yourself and your death is imminent, God willing.”

The letter is signed off by Mawlawee Abdul Bagi Sangari, described as the head of military affairs.

According to the man, kept anonymous for his own safety, the letters were sent by the Taliban within the last three months.

The Taliban claims it will keep the peace in Afghanistan and has promised to not seek retribution or revenge against anyone who helped allied forces or the civil government.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid revealed his identity for the first time last week and told journalists the Islamic group was not the same it was in the 1990s.

“All those in the opposite side are pardoned from A to Z,” he said.

“We will not seek revenge.”

Mujahid said the new regime would be “positively different” from their horrific five years of governing, which was infamous for deaths by stoning, girls being banned from school and women from working in contact with men.

“Nobody will be harmed in Afghanistan,” Mujahid said. ”Of course, there is a huge difference between us now and 20 years ago.”

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2021-08-24 06:38:20Z

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