The Taliban terrorist group offers highly organized door-to-door sales for those on the wanted list, according to the head of a nonprofit organization that informs the United Nations.
“They have a list of individuals and even within the first few hours of moving to Kabul, they began searching for former intelligence and special forces civil servants,” said the head of the Norwegian Global Analysis Center. Christian Nereman said. BBC Thursday.
RHIPTO Norway Global Analysis Center Is a non-profit organization that provides analysis, evaluation, training, and other forms of support for the United Nations.
Neleman said the Taliban have a “more advanced intelligence system” when traveling to all major Afghan cities, including the capital of Kabul.
Not only can it lead to mass executions, but it can also lead to mass exposure of the intelligence network that the West has provided to Afghanistan.
“Therefore, this can seriously undermine many of our Western intelligence agencies,” Nellemann added.
and statement “We are deeply concerned about reports of violent retaliation in parts of Afghanistan,” the G7 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, announced Thursday.
The alleged move goes against the Taliban’s recent statement. The group announced a “full amnesty” to Afghanistan on Tuesday.
“The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, with full dignity and integrity, has announced a full amnesty to all Afghanistan, especially those who have been with opposition or assisted the occupiers for years and recently. “Enamra Samangani, a member of the Taliban Cultural Commission, said. Afghanistan National Television.
Later that day, at the Taliban’s first official press conference, spokesman Zabifra Mujahid reassured Afghanistan’s security, including those who worked with the United States and the Allies.
“We forgive everyone who has become a master against Jihad, and this special forgiveness is because we do not want war again, and because we repeat the war and leave the elements of war,” Mujahid said. Said.
“We guarantee the safety of all who have worked with the United States and the Allies, whether as interpreters or in other areas of cooperation with them,” Mujahid added.
At a press conference Thursday, State Department spokesman Ned Price admitted that he had seen a similar report.
“I know at least one NGO. I saw reports that at least one NGO put this together. I’m not in a position to confirm those details,” Price said. “Every time we look at such details, we take it very seriously and do everything we can to follow up.”
Most Afghan fighters are unlikely to get a special immigrant visa, but “there are other ways to be safe,” Price added without giving details.
About 2,000 people have jumped out of Afghanistan’s US-owned airport in the last 24 hours, U.S. military officials told reporters in Washington on Thursday.
Among them are nearly 300 Americans. Most non-US passengers are Afghans on their way to US military bases with special immigrant visas, according to US Department of Defense spokesman John Kirby.
Zachary Stieber contributed to this report.