Joe Biden made this.
The Taliban terrorists are now hunting down US allies, journalists and Afghan minorities for payback.

Thousands of US allies and minorities, including the Hazara, have been murdered since the Taliban took charge and Joe Biden left them with billions of dollars of US arms.

در آموزشگاه، دانشگاه، ورزشگاه، زایشگاه و هرجایی که هستیم، می‌زنند و می‌کشند#StopHazaraGenocide pic.twitter.com/qqdH8s4WwF

— نعمت نقدی (@NeamatNaqdi) June 5, 2021

Two journalists were recently kidnapped and beaten by the Taliban nearly to death.

The video is horrific.

Imagine how much this Afghan journalist has been beaten by the Taliban terrorists. This is what Pakistan/Taliban want to achieve in Afghanistan. They want to normalise terror and violence against women, artists, journalists and musicians. No civil rights. pic.twitter.com/3vgJYaqfvd

— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) September 8, 2021

Their story made several headlines in the West.

Powerful photo by @yamphoto of the two journalists who were detained, tortured and beaten by the #Taliban yesterday in #Kabul. pic.twitter.com/UHePkBzozW

— Sharif Hassan (@MSharif1990) September 8, 2021

For the first time, I tasted the bitter taste of death.

Powerful photo by @yamphoto of the two journalists who were detained, tortured and beaten by the #Taliban yesterday in #Kabul. pic.twitter.com/UHePkBzozW

— Sharif Hassan (@MSharif1990) September 8, 2021

One of the reporters Neamat Naqdi can still not see or hear clearly.

Powerful photo by @yamphoto of the two journalists who were detained, tortured and beaten by the #Taliban yesterday in #Kabul. pic.twitter.com/UHePkBzozW

— Sharif Hassan (@MSharif1990) September 8, 2021

The BBC reported:

Journalists in Afghanistan say that they have been beaten, detained and flogged by the Taliban when attempting to cover protests.

Photos circulating online show two journalists from Etilaatroz newspaper with welts and bruises after their arrest in the capital Kabul.

One of them, Taqi Daryabi, told the BBC he had been taken to a district police station where he was kicked and beaten.

On Wednesday, the BBC’s team were also prevented from filming.

Mr Daryabi, alongside Etilaatroz’s photographer Nematullah Naqdi, had been covering a women’s protest in Kabul on Wednesday.

Afterwards, they were taken to a police station, where they say they were beaten with batons, electrical cables and whips. A few hours later, they were released by the Taliban, without explanation.

“They took me to another room and handcuffed my hands behind me,” he told the BBC’s Secunder Kermani in Kabul. “I decided not to defend myself because I thought they would just beat me even worse, so I lay down on floor in a position to protect the front of my body.

“Eight of them came and they started beating me… Using sticks, police sticks, rubber – whatever they had in their hands. The scar on my face is from shoes where they kicked me in face.

“I was unconscious after that so they stopped. They took me to another building where there were cells and left me.”

The post Biden Effect: Taliban Hunt Down Afghan Journalists – Beat Them with Batons, Electrical Cables and Sticks for Covering Women’s Protest appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.


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