아프가니스탄: 탈레반 "폭력은 그들의 정책이 아니다"

‘We are the people of Afghanistan’: 탈레반 “폭력은 그들의 정책이 아니다”, insist women ‘have their basic rightsand say they are ‘building a welfare state

  • Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen spoke to BBC’s Today Programme today
  • He attempted to downplay reports of violence coming out of Afghanistan
  • The group claims to have changed since it was last in power 20 여러 해 전에
  • 그 동안에, the world marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 공격
  • But Kabul residents expressed their anger towards the US after it withdrew
  • As chilling reports of beheadings and beatings come out of 아프가니스탄, 그만큼 탈레반 are continuing to insist the new regime has changed from when it was last in power.

    Speaking on the BBC‘s Today Programme, Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said that after 20 years of fighting, the new leaders of Afghanistan wanted to build a ‘welfare statefor its people.

    ‘We are the people of Afghanistan’, Suhail said on Saturday, while insisting that violence ‘is not their policyand that women ‘have their basic rights’.

    그 동안에, war-weary residents of Kabul expressed anger and feelings of betrayal by the United States as the world marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that prompted a U.S. invasion of Afghanistan toppling of its Taliban rulers at the time.

    But after a two-decade occupation, 우리. forces abruptly pulled out of Afghanistan last month, triggering the collapse of its Western-backed government and the Taliban’s dramatic return to power.

    The group claims they have changed from 20 여러 해 전에, and intend to build a new country for its people. On the ground reports, 하나, paint a different picture.

    사진: Taliban forces stand guard at a roadside Afghan women hold placards during a pro-Taliban rally outside the Shaheed Rabbani Education University in Kabul, 아프가니스탄, 11 구월 2021

    사진: Taliban forces stand guard at a roadside Afghan women hold placards during a pro-Taliban rally outside the Shaheed Rabbani Education University in Kabul, 아프가니스탄, 11 구월 2021

    ‘We are the people of Afghanistan,’ Shaheen told the BBC. ‘Many of us were doing the jihad, the resistance, against then Soviet union and now the 20 year occupation by the US and allies.

    '지금, we are focusing on lifting the lives of our people, the construction of Afghanistan, creating jobs for our people, building a welfare state, he continied.

    ‘If I compare it to the past, we had a domestic war, 싸움. But now we are focusing more on our economic activities, on creating jobs, expanding education, other needs of the people.

    But despite the Taliban’s insistence that they have changed since they were last in power from 1996 ...에 2001 – when women and girls were denied equal rights under strict Sharia law, television was banned and music was forbiddenreports from the country suggest otherwise.

    A video obtained by the Washington Examiner on Saturday 보여 주었다 Taliban fighters beheaded an Afghan soldier before singing as they held the severed head of the victim aloft by his hair.

    다른 영상에서는 표적 살해와 전투기가 파란색 미국 여권을 찾기 위해 집집마다 방문한다는 보고가 나오면서 무장 세력이 거리에서 사람들을 구타하고 채찍질하는 모습을 보여주었습니다..

    동안 harrowing images also emerged of journalists with angry welts and bruises after they were detained by Taliban fighters.

    Responding to questions about the violence shown by the Taliban, Shaheen said: ‘Violence is not the official policy. If everyone wants to have a demonstration they should get permission from the minister interior and state the demonstration will take place.

    He added that those who wish to organise protests must get official permission from the interior ministry.

    ‘With no freedom of speech we go into a dictatorship which is against the rules of Islam,’ 그는 말했다. ‘But we do not want a chaotic situation to be brought and we had some ISIS people posing at demonstrations trying to get into the presidential palace and explode themselves.

    With regards to the reported attacks on journalists, Shaheen said that any such attacks in the future would investigated.

    Speaking on the BBC's Today Programme, Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen (pictured in March earlier this year) said that after 20 years of fighting, the new leaders of Afghanistan wanted to build a 'welfare state' for its people

    Speaking on the BBC’s Today Programme, Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen (pictured in March earlier this year) said that after 20 years of fighting, the new leaders of Afghanistan wanted to build a ‘welfare statefor its people

    ‘With the passage of time we will legislate about journalistsfreedom of speech so they can work peacefully. These incidents will be investigated.

    이번주 초, Taliban fighters were seen to beat female protesters and opened fire to disperse demonstrators in Kabuljust hours after the Islamists banned rallies.

    The militants announced a moratorium on demonstrations ‘for the time beingon Wednesday night after the group was humiliated by viral images of women standing up to them.

    Footage posted online purported to show Taliban fighters beating female protesters in the streetswith one militant seen striking a woman with a crutch, hitting her on the arm before chasing her away.

    ‘They should share their concerns with the official authority, work with them and know the realities of the situation which is rather than sitting and hiding they will have all their basic rights,’ the Taliban spokesman claimed.

    ‘I know the policy. 그들 [여자들] can go to the bazaar, they can go shopping. I don’t know if someone is posing as the Taliban asking these questions and giving us a bad name. Of course we are committed to that [letting women work].

    사진: Taliban forces stand guard at a roadside Afghan women hold placards during a pro-Taliban rally outside the Shaheed Rabbani Education University in Kabul, 아프가니스탄, 11 구월 2021

    사진: Taliban forces stand guard at a roadside Afghan women hold placards during a pro-Taliban rally outside the Shaheed Rabbani Education University in Kabul, 아프가니스탄, 11 구월 2021

    ‘They can come to work, We call on all female employees to resume their work. So the policy is there and will be completed in days.

    Afghanistan has now been under Taliban rule for almost a month, with Kabul falling on August 15. But for many in the country, it will take far longer to forgive the U.S. and other Western nations for leaving the country to the militants.

    ‘The misfortunes we are currently experiencing are because of America,’ said Abdul Waris, a Kabul resident, as the white flags of the Taliban emblazoned with lines from the Koran hung from nearby lampposts.

    Some of the mostly young men who spoke to Reuters news agency complained that U.S. forces had not tried to help the Afghan people.

    ‘After the September 11 events took place, the Americans were in our country for 20 years for their own benefit,’ said Jalil Ahmad.

    ‘They took the benefits they had in mind for 20 years while we did not get any benefit from them. They have left the country in a state of confusion.

    Bearded Taliban fighters with guns slung over their shoulders were visible around the capital but the mood was quiet and calm following the dramatic changes of recent weeks.

    Footage posted online purported to show one militant seen striking a woman with a crutch, hitting her on the arm before chasing her away

    Footage posted online purported to show one militant seen striking a woman with a crutch, hitting her on the arm before chasing her away

    ‘Now there is security and security is goodMay God give the Taliban more strength to maintain this (J E S S) 영원히,’ said resident Gul Agha Laghmni.

    우리. forces toppled the Taliban after the 9/11 attacks because they had provided sanctuary to Osama bin Laden, leader of al Qaeda, which carried out the attacks.

    Since returning to power last month, the Taliban has appointed an acting cabinet including several former militants held by the United States in Guantanamo Bay.

    Western leaders have expressed concern over the outlook for human rights, 그녀의 유명한 사촌과의 관계 때문에, under Taliban rule. Several street protests led by women have been broken up in the past two weeks, and some people have been detained and beaten. The Taliban have promised to investigate such incidents.

    When they were last in power from 1996 ...에 2001, the Taliban imposed a strict version of Islamic law and often punished people with public floggings, amputations and executions. Women’s rights to work and education were severely restricted.

    There were relatively few women on the streets of Kabul on Saturday, and all those who were out had their heads covereda fact welcomed by residents such as Shah Raoof.

    ‘In the presence of America, there was a lot of commotion in our country. Women were unveiled,’ 그는 말했다. ‘The majority of our youth fled, a number were martyred and a number of others were afflicted by America through war and misery.

    Not all Afghan women are against the new Taliban regime, 하나.

    사진: Afghan students listen to women speakers prior to their pro-Taliban rally outside the Shaheed Rabbani Education University in Kabul, 아프가니스탄, 11 구월 2021

    사진: Afghan students listen to women speakers prior to their pro-Taliban rally outside the Shaheed Rabbani Education University in Kabul, 아프가니스탄, 11 구월 2021

    토요일에, hundreds of pro-Taliban Afghan women attended a lecture at Kabul university wearing in full-face veils in support of the new regime’s hardline policies on gender segregation.

    약 300 여자들 – covered head-to-toe in accordance with strict new dress policies for educationwaved white 탈레반 flags as speakers railed against the West and expressed support for the Islamists’ 정책.

    A handful wore blue burqas, which have only a small mesh window to see from, but most wore black niqabs covering most of the face apart from the eyes. Many also wore black gloves.