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Taliban Are Giving Deadly Ultimatum ‘Night Letters’ To Those That Helped Western Troops

by : Jade Dadalica on : 31 Aug 2021 14:58
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Afghans who worked for the British military have discovered horrific ‘night’ letters from the Taliban pinned to their front doors.

The letters carry orders to attend a court – operated by the radical Islamist group – in which defendants who are found guilty of ‘working for the crusaders’ face death.

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Failure to appear also carries the death penalty, with the Taliban threatening to kill anyone who attempts to hide from them.

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Naz, a 34-year-old father of six whose construction company assisted British soldiers to build roads in Helmand, told MailOnline he had received one of the letters.

He said:

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The letter was official and stamped by the Taliban. It is a clear message that they want to kill me. If I attend the court, I will be punished with my life.

If I don’t, they will kill me – that is why I am in hiding, trying to find a way to escape. But I need help.

Naz continued, ‘The message of night letters is clear: you must comply or die. We have moved but we can’t keep moving. We must escape.’

He claims he applied for asylum in the UK but was rejected.

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Another night letter was sent to a former British military translator, claiming that he was a ‘spy of the infidel’ who needed to surrender or pay with his life.

The letters are known as a traditional Afghan intimidation technique, and were introduced by mujahideen fighters during the 1979-1989 Soviet occupation and then subsequently used by the Taliban.

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    Taliban pins terrifying 'night letters' on doors of those who helped the West in Afghanistan... warning them to surrender or die