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Taliban commanders sexually abuse young boys

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Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmadshah Ghanizada is the deputy editor in chief for The Khaama Press Agency who manages and overlooks the English edition.

Taliban commanders abuse young boysThe Taliban group commanders in Afghanistan have been accused of sexually abusing young boys, after hiring them for insurgency activities.

The Afghan intelligence – National Directorate of Security (NDS) following a statement said Sunday that the Taliban group commanders are hiring teenager boys in Maidan Wardak province of Afghanistan, where they are sexually abused besides using the young boys for insurgency activities including roadside bombings.

The statement further added that the Afghan security forces became aware of the sexual abuse of children by Taliban group commanders, after a 17-year-old boy was arrested by Afghan intelligence operatives.

According to NDS officials, the 17-year-old Ehsanullah, was hired by a Taliban group commander Noor Agha in Maidan Wardak province of Afghanistan, where he was used in major terrorist attacks in this province.

Ehsanullah quoted in the statement issued by NDS has confessed that he was sexually abused by Taliban group commanders Noor Agha and Farid.

NDS in its statement also added that the detained teenager insurgent is in custody of the Afghan intelligence forces.

The Taliban group has not commented regarding the report so far.

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  1. this is utter nonsense and lies, its just another example of the governments ploy to defame the taliban and this sort of abusive slander was employed by the communist afghan government during the war against the russians.

  2. Why you mr ghazi hiding the truth during the Russian war and now abuse was and is there kandahari and other warlords are famous in Bacha Bazi. Can you tell me since 30 years of war by different names our own people I mean Mujahideen and Taliban raped and killed both girls and boys be honest in your judgement.

    • exactly, they were warlords, not the mujahideen. there are so many different groups in afghanistan and there is so much “shaytani” that you cannot assign a  single group for all the problems, there are, as you say warlords, drug barons, human traffickers, foreign agencies, cia, special forces, militia and all sorts of criminals. sexual abuse is rampant among the ana and anp, but you never hear the criminal government say anything about these cases. this is all the afghan government can do; lie and defame the mujahideen by accusing them of such horrific crimes, which they themselves commit.

    • Mirajan,

      it seems you are unaware of the simple facts because you cant seem to understand the diffrence between mujahideens and warlords.
      Those warlords to whom you refer are currently running a so called goverment in kabul. It is very wel known to the Afghans and the world that Taliban removed warlords which abused and opressed my poor muslim nation


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