Sharia law in Afghanistan: Taliban hangs four on cranes – Foreign Policy

Sharia law in Afghanistan: Taliban hangs four on cranes - Foreign Policy

Frightening pictures surfaced once again Taliban’s Violent Rule.

New ruler of afghanistan A man killed earlier was hung on a crane on Saturday – and placed on public display in the central square of the western Afghan city of Herat.

Afghan broadcaster Ariana News reported that three other dead, who were accused of being held hostage, were also publicly hung in other parts of the city as a deterrent.

The names of the crimes allegedly committed by them are placed around the necks of the dead. They are said to have kidnapped a merchant and his son. “The men were hung so that no one dared to commit such crimes”, said Taliban-appointed lieutenant governor Mouloui Shir Achmed Amar of the German press agency DPA on Saturday.

On Friday, Taliban co-founder Mullah Nooruddin Turabi announced the return of extreme punishment such as amputation of arms and legs and hanging.

Basis for Medieval Methods: The Taliban’s Interpretation of Islamic Law, Sharia.

Until now, Turabi, who is responsible for prisons in Afghanistan, has left it open whether punishment should be in public, as was the case in the 1990s.

In the 1990s, the Taliban used the Olympic Stadium in Kabul to hold public executions in front of hundreds of male spectators.

Over the past few weeks, Taliban fighters have repeatedly carried out public punishments, such as showing thieves with their hands tied and humiliated.

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