‘How is that not retaliation?’ says the narrator. Susanna Reid addresses the Taliban about the crime in Kabul.
Suhail Shaheen, a TALIBAN spokesman, was grilled by Susanna Reid of Good Morning Britain about his organization’s illegal behavior following the retaking of Kabul.
Suhail Shaheen, a Taliban spokesman, denied that the group had been spearheading punitive activities against Afghans who collaborated with Western countries for the previous two decades. Susanna Reid, the host of Good Morning Britain, presented the rebels’ spokesman with a list of recorded crimes against former local aides, implying that the organization now has a “priority list” for killing people.
Former interpreters have reported threatening flyers being taped to their front doors, and a female Kabul Police commander has been attacked and forced to flee the country, according to the presenter.
“How is that not retaliation?” Ms Reid asked towards the conclusion of the list.
Dr. Shaheen dismissed the charges of violence, stating that the Taliban is committed to providing amnesty to everyone who cooperates with the West.
When confronted with the reports for the second time, he disassociated his organization, alleging that rogue militants were attempting to “malign” the Taliban.