'It is very important to cut off hands and give death penalty', said Taliban leader, so will the brutal punishments be returned to Afghanistan?
The eyes of the world are fixed on how the 'revenge' Taliban runs the rule in Afghanistan. The Taliban ruled brutally during their previous regime. During that time the death penalty was given for the smallest mistakes. Women were not given any rights. At the same time, the world is worried that the 90s era may not return once again. But it seems that the Taliban is keen to return to the era of its previous rule.
In fact, one of the founders of the Taliban has said that the hanging and harsh punishment will be returned soon, but it will not be given among the people. In an interview to The Associated Press, Mullah Nooruddin Turabi said that the punishment of executions and amputation of body parts will be reintroduced in the country, as laws must be followed. . Turabi has been one of the main proponents of a rigid interpretation of Islamic law.
'Cutting hands is very important for safety': Nooruddin Turabi
Nooruddin Turabi said, 'Everyone criticized us for the punishment in the stadium. But we never said anything about their laws and their punishment. No one will tell us what our laws should be. We will follow Islam and we will make our laws on the basis of Quran. He said, 'Cutting hands is very important for safety. Providing such punishment is very important to stop the crime. Turabi said, 'The cabinet is still studying whether to punish the guilty publicly or not. A policy is being prepared on this issue.
Taliban seeks representation in UN
Thousands of Afghan citizens have left the country after the Taliban completely took over the country. However, most people trying to escape the harsh regime of the Taliban remain trapped in the country. In such a situation, it has to be seen how their fate changes under the Taliban. At the same time, the Taliban has sought to legitimize representation and rule in the United Nations. Turabi's comments now point to how the Taliban are trapped in archaic Islamic beliefs. However, some Taliban leaders say that this time women will be given rights.