By: Rukhshana Media
The Taliban forces publicly whipped 21 people, including six women for adultery, theft, drinking alcohol, and running away from home in Kabul, on Thursday, December 1, Taliban Supreme Court reports.
According to the Taliban Supreme Court’s statement, the public flogging took place in the presence of Atiquallah Darwish, the Taliban’s Chief Justice, and their other public figures.
The statement does not provide details, including the place of the flogging and the nature of the punishment.
The Taliban recently held similar kangaroo courts in some provinces, including Bamyan, Takhar, Logar, Badakhshan, and Samangan provinces.
Yesterday the Taliban forces whipped five people, including two women in public in Aybak district, the provincial capital of Samangan province.
Recently the Taliban Supreme Leader, Mawlawi Hebatullah Akhundzanda, has issued a decree of retribution or full enforcement of Islamic law.
According to the decree, those who are involved in murder, kidnapping, adultery, and theft must be punished for their actions.
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