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Afghan government moves from talks with the Taliban to indicative executions

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The authorities of Afghanistan actually refused to attempt to reach an agreement with the leaders of the Taliban and announced the attack “on all fronts”, the newspaper reports Kommersant.


Afghan government moves from talks with the Taliban to indicative executions


“On Sunday, six members of the Taliban, al-Qaeda and Haqqani groups were hanged in Kabul. They were in prison on charges of assassinations of former Afghan President Burkhanuddin Rabbani and former intelligence chief of the country Mohammad Laghmani. This decision of the Afghan government was the most striking manifestation of the rejection of the policy of reconciliation with the Taliban, which has been carried out over the past few years, ”the newspaper writes.

The turning point for the current government was the April 19 attack that took the lives of 64 people.

“The time for unjustified amnesties is over,” said President Ashraf Ghani. “We will attack the Taliban on all fronts.”

Foreign organizations have already condemned the actions of Kabul. The United Nations note, for example, states: "There is no unequivocal evidence that the death penalty acts as a reliable way to prevent crime."

“The desire to quickly pay back for the terrible crimes committed by these people will not add security to the country and will not bring it closer to victory in the civil war,” said in turn, human rights activists from Amnesty International.

This concern was confirmed by Taliban spokesman Zabiulla Mujahid. He stated: “Revenge for the execution of his brethren will be immediate and bloody.” According to him, the militants have someone to recoup - "in the camps (groups) there are many soldiers of Afghanistan and foreign citizens."
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  1. Scoun
    Scoun 10 May 2016 11: 15
    +9
    “The desire to quickly pay back for the terrible crimes committed by these people will not add security to the country and will not bring it closer to victory in the civil war,” said in turn, human rights activists from Amnesty International.

    This fear was confirmed by the representative of the Taliban, Zabiullah Mujahid. He declared: "Revenge for the execution of his brethren will be immediate and bloody." According to him, the militants have someone to recoup - “in the camps (groups) there are many Afghan soldiers and foreign citizens.”

    It seems that Amnesty International and the Taliban representative Zabiulla Mujahid are broadcasting from the same office, I would like to ask Amnesty International, do they somehow condemn the death of ordinary people?
    The turning point for the current government was the attack of April 19, killing 64 people

    In Syria, in Afghanistan, peaceful people perish this norm, and when executors of murders and terrorist acts are executed they immediately resent them ... I stupidly do not understand them.
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 10 May 2016 11: 16
      +11
      if everyone started to stink - it means Kabul is doing everything right

      I remember our Chechnya and the OSCE. Critters.

      Crush. drive from heights and iron. Uncompromisingly. Like us in the Second Chechen.

      They also need their Kadyrov in some kind of area. Let them step up and help the government build, and not destroy monkeys with machine guns

      Knowledge heals people. All to school. The country fought too much and invested too little in education



      It is a pity there are no tips. We didn’t finish things there. Few schools built

    2. Stalker.1977
      Stalker.1977 10 May 2016 11: 28
      +6
      They only respect strength and iron will, Afghanistan did everything right, let Europe let out any yapping, but it’s already groaning.
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    4. siberalt
      siberalt 10 May 2016 12: 25
      +3
      In general, the death penalty for terrorism must be introduced everywhere. Then there will be no criticism. The massacres of innocent people cannot be justified. In addition, there are numerous examples where convicted terrorists are already creating prisons in prison.
      1. NordUral
        NordUral 10 May 2016 14: 37
        +1
        And not only for terrorism, especially here!
    5. Thompson
      Thompson 11 May 2016 15: 01
      0
      You do not understand them smartly.
      A UN note, for example, states: "There is no clear evidence that the death penalty acts as a reliable way to prevent crime."
      Let the UN address this phrase to the stronghold of "democracy" America and the tolerant West about the death penalty in the United States. Weak?
  2. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 10 May 2016 11: 16
    +2
    beat them all over the world and in every country
    1. Lukich
      Lukich 10 May 2016 12: 00
      +1
      Quote: seregatara1969
      beat them all over the world and in every country

      So it’s Sasha’s fosterlings, friends. Look how in Syria they scream that we are not beating those
  3. tsvetkov1274
    tsvetkov1274 10 May 2016 11: 17
    +1
    Where is the US State Department, what is going on ... need to express concern belay
  4. just exp
    just exp 10 May 2016 11: 17
    +1
    somehow do not care. they don’t have diarrhea so scrofula, not talliban so something else will be.
    but what certainly won’t be there is Western democracy.
  5. LÄRZ
    LÄRZ 10 May 2016 11: 26
    +2
    A UN note, for example, states: "There is no clear evidence that the death penalty acts as a reliable way to prevent crime."
    Send the same note to the Saudis. Why did you quiet down?
    They were in prison on charges of the murders of former Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani and former intelligence chief Mohammad Lagmani.
    To judge them first, and only then ... But this is the East, this is Afghanistan and with our standards there is nothing to do.
    “The desire to quickly pay back for the terrible crimes committed by these people will not add security to the country and will not bring it closer to victory in the civil war,” said in turn, human rights activists from Amnesty International.
    First, be born there, live your whole life, and then try to condemn these executions. "We'll find it in the toilet and soak it in the toilet."
    1. Lukich
      Lukich 10 May 2016 12: 03
      +1
      Quote: LÄRZ
      For example, a UN note states: “There is no clear evidence that the death penalty acts as a reliable way to prevent crime.” Send the same note to the Saudis. Why did you quiet down?

      and sasham. they are in no hurry to cancel something. although all over the world screaming about human rights
      1. LÄRZ
        LÄRZ 10 May 2016 12: 26
        +3
        Quote: Lukich
        and sasham

        Well, after all, in this hotbed of "democracy" everything is according to the law: they sued, sentenced, punished. And talking about human rights did not add any rights to people, but led to the fact that many began to confuse their rights with their desires.
        1. Lukich
          Lukich 10 May 2016 16: 49
          +1
          Quote: LÄRZ
          And talks about human rights did not add any rights to people, but led to the fact that many began to confuse their rights with their desires.

          Are you talking about the outskirts?)
          1. LÄRZ
            LÄRZ 10 May 2016 17: 26
            +2
            Quote: Lukich
            Are you talking about the outskirts?)

            And about her too. I correlated this statement with your words:
            Quote: Lukich
            they are in no hurry to cancel something. although at all angles screaming about human rights
            Too much is wanted by those and those (although the levels are different), that’s their camouflage to fight for human rights.
  6. thinker
    thinker 10 May 2016 11: 28
    +4
    Foreign organizations have already condemned the actions of Kabul. The United Nations note, for example, states: "There is no unequivocal evidence that the death penalty acts as a reliable way to prevent crime."

    In 2015, 28 people were executed in the United States, and 2851 were on death row awaiting sentencing (from Wikipedia).
    And someone condemned somewhere?
  7. Max_Bauder
    Max_Bauder 10 May 2016 11: 38
    +2
    Tamerlane was feared because he built pyramids of heads. Rarely anyone obeys words, but everyone respects strength. As Capone used to say - with a kind word and a gun you can do more than just a word :)
  8. vadimtt
    vadimtt 10 May 2016 12: 11
    0
    A gorgeous photo in an article from the series "How and where not to take a position for a sniper" bully
  9. tsvetkov1274
    tsvetkov1274 10 May 2016 13: 00
    0
    Not much to the topic, how's the break with the appeal?
  10. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 10 May 2016 13: 33
    +1
    Afghanistan has the only chance for a partial peaceful life: the collapse of the 3 part ...
  11. Uncle
    Uncle 10 May 2016 13: 55
    +1
    “There is no clear evidence that the death penalty acts as a reliable way to prevent crime.”
    In the phrase, cunning, crimes in general cannot be completely prevented; one can only try to prevent them by frightening the criminal with an inevitable and severe punishment. We should have introduced the death penalty for a number of crimes, for example, treason.
  12. NordUral
    NordUral 10 May 2016 14: 35
    +1
    Foreign organizations have already condemned the actions of Kabul. The United Nations note, for example, states: "There is no unequivocal evidence that the death penalty acts as a reliable way to prevent crime."


    Of course, the Breivik suite is much more reliable than re-educating killers!
  13. sharp-lad
    sharp-lad 10 May 2016 14: 40
    0
    Better a quick end to horror than horror without end !!! And, degradants, it would not be bad to rake a pile of crap heaped by them, both in northern Africa and at home.
  14. faterdom
    faterdom 10 May 2016 23: 17
    +1
    This is the first right step for the Afghan government to stop being cardboard puppets and become a government.
    Without this, there can be no government in Asia and Africa, even if the ears of the United States are visible behind their backs. Question number 1 in terms of demonstrating legal capacity.