Afghan refugees describe Taliban fighters' hunt for sex slaves | MCUTimes

Afghan refugees describe Taliban fighters’ hunt for sex slaves

A woman who fled Afghanistan after taking over the Taliban has claimed that some of the militants are necrophilia – when she accused them of having sex with corpses.

The woman who had worked for the police force in Afghanistan before fleeing to India, told News 18 that the brutal militants went door to door in search of sex slaves.

They either picked up women or shot them, she allegedly said.

“They also rape dead bodies. They do not care if the person is dead or alive … Can you imagine this? Said the woman, who was only identified as Muskan, according to India’s Northeastern Chronicle.

“When we were there, we received several warnings. If you go to work, you are threatened, your family is threatened. “After a warning, they stopped giving any warning,” Muskan added.

The Afghan refugee claimed that the Taliban fighters raped women, and “do not care if the person is dead or alive.”
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The woman’s allegations come just days after reports surfaced that the Taliban had beaten young Afghans for wearing Western clothes and killed a woman after she went out in public without wearing a burqa.

Women shop in the women's area of ​​Lycee Maryam Bazaar in the Khair Khana district of Kabul, Afghanistan
There have been reports that the Taliban beat and killed women, including setting a woman on fire for not cooking to their liking.
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An Afghan refugee has a poster during a demonstration against the Taliban in New Delhi.
The Taliban have claimed that they want to protect women’s rights.
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The disturbing reports have arisen despite Taliban leaders promising to respect “women’s rights” – and despite their terrible track record of allowing women and girls fundamental freedoms.

Former Afghan judge Najla Ayoubi told Sky News that she has spoken to women in Afghanistan who described “bad behavior and violence against women.”

Ayoubi said a woman was “turned on because she was accused of poor cooking for Taliban fighters” in northern Afghanistan.

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