A Taliban spokesman claims in an interview with The New York Times that he “wants to forget what happened in the past.”


Zabihullah Mujahid

Zabihullah Mujahid HOSHANGHASHIMI / AFP via Getty Images

The Taliban “wants to build the future and forget what happened in the past,” spokesman Zabifra Mujahid insisted. interview When New York TimesHe sat down in the Western media for the first time since the group dominated much of Afghanistan earlier this month.

This is the latest attempt by the Taliban to ensure that the Afghans and the international community are going to be more generous than they were when they last came to power. Skepticism Many analysts think it’s just a public relations campaign.In any case, Mujahid Rejected According to reports of retaliatory killings outside Kabul, women do not need to be accompanied by a male guardian unless they are traveling for more than three days, and the warning to stay at home is temporary. Yes, the Afghans reiterated. You can leave the country if you have valid travel documents.

One thing he admitted is that music is again banned in public, but he Said The Taliban wants people to “persuade” rather than “pressure” to comply with such restrictions.read more New York Times..

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