'Talibani' justice in Afghanistan, convict hanged publicly for murder

Kabul: After capturing Afghanistan, the Taliban is now showing its true form. For the first time, the fundamentalist organization has sentenced through 'an eye for an eye.' The Taliban has publicly hanged the culprit of the murder. For the first time, the face of the brutality of the radical Islamic regime has been revealed to the world. Let us tell you that, last month, the supreme leader of the Taliban, Hibatullah Akhundzada, ordered the judges to fully implement the aspects of Islamic law. These included public hanging, stoning to death, flogging, and cutting off body parts on charges of theft. 

According to reports, an Afghan man was publicly hanged on Wednesday (December 7) in Farah, the capital of Afghanistan's western province. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid confirmed the public execution, saying the punishment was "an eye for an eye". A statement said that 'The Supreme Court was directed to apply Sharia laws to a public gathering of compatriots.' 

The hanged person has been identified as Tajmeer, son of Ghulam Sarwar. He was a resident of Anjil district of Herat province. According to the information, Tajmeer had killed a person and stole his bike and mobile phone. It has been said in the statement that, 'Later this person was identified by the family members of the deceased.'

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