The report ensures that the main targets are those who held important positions in the police, the Armed Forces or the intelligence services
- Evacuacin a Espaa The agonizing wait of the Afghan collaborators: “The Taliban are already looking for us house to house”
The Taliban are intensifying their search for people who worked with the forces of United States and the OTAN, according to a confidential document of United Nations, which warns of “torture and executions” against these people and their families, despite the fact that the militants promised not to take revenge on their opponents.
The report – provided by the threat assessment consultants of the HIM-HER-IT and consulted by AFP- says that the Taliban they have “priority lists” of individuals they want to arrest.
According to the document, the people most at risk are those who have performed important functions in the military, police and intelligence units Afghan.
The Talibn have been conducting “targeted door-to-door visits” looking for people who want to detain their relatives, says the report.
He adds that the militants are also controlling the people heading to the airport in Accept and have established checkpoints in major cities, including the capital and Jalalabad.
The document, dated Wednesday, was drawn up by the Norwegian Center for Global Analyses, an organization that provides intelligence work to UN agencies.
“They are targeting the families of those who refuse to surrender, and persecuting and punishing their families’ according to Islamic law,” he told AFP. Christian Nellemann, executive director of the group.
“We anticipate that both individuals who previously worked with NATO / US forces and their allies, along with their family members, are exposed to torture and executions,” he added.
“This further compromise Western intelligence services, their networks, methods and ability to counter both the Taliban and the NO and other terrorist threats, “he added.
The report notes that the militants are “rapidly recruiting” new informants to collaborate with the Taliban regime and are expanding their target lists by contacting mosques and money brokers.
The Taliban have launched a public relations strategy since they returned to power on Sunday, including the promise of a full amnesty for all who worked with the elected Afghan government.
But Afghans and observers have not forgotten the ultra-conservative Islamic regime of the Taliban from 1996-2001, when brutal punishments were imposed, such as stoning to death for adultery.
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