Two Journalist in Afghanistan Taqi Daryabi and Nemat Naqdi tortured by Taliban for covering women protest.
Two Afghanistan journalists covering the women’s protests in Kabul were allegedly detained and severely beaten by Taliban security forces on Tuesday.
-Human Rights Watch
Both journalists are from the Kabul-based media outlet Etilaat-e Roz, they were allegedly detained and attacked on Tuesday. The reporters had been covering protests by women in Kabul demanding an end to Taliban violations of the rights of women and girls.
“Two of my colleagues from who were detained by Taliban, beaten for four hours. “Under constant and brutal torture of the Taliban, the reporters lost their consciousness four times,”
-Zaki Daryabi, editor-in-chief of Etilaat-e Roz
Taliban has just formed its government in Afghanistan and stories of torture and Killing started emerging. In new Taliban rule women, LGBTQ communities, Minorities and Human right activists are in fear.
Recent Taliban cruelties
LGBTQ Community in Danger
Many LGBTQ people have been desperately trying to flee the country following the Taliban takeover. Recent story is proof why this community is in fear. Taliban raped and beat a gay man after duping him into meeting them, a report from ITV says. During their previous rule, the militant group executed gay men.
Women in Danger
Taliban militants in Afghanistan have shot dead a policewoman in a provincial city, according to BBC Report.
The woman, named in local media as Banu Negar, was killed at the family home in front of relatives in Firozkoh, the capital of central Ghor province. The killing comes amid increasing reports of escalating repression of women in Afghanistan.