Vengeful Taliban fighters established a young girl in northern Afghanistan ablaze this week, a woman’s legal rights activist alleged, as phrase of the terror group’s atrocities little by little trickles out of the strife-torn country.
The female was “put on fire for the reason that she was accused of bad cooking for Taliban fighters,” Najla Ayoubi, a previous Afghan judge, told Sky Information Friday.
“They are forcing people today to give them food and prepare dinner them meals,” Ayoubi said. “Also there are so quite a few young females in the previous couple of weeks getting delivered into neighboring countries in coffins to be employed as intercourse slaves.”
Ayoubi, who lives in exile in the United States, stated she is is collecting stories of beatings, whippings, and other violent attacks on women from “thousands and hundreds of my fellow activists on the ground in Afghanistan” — lots of of them now in hiding.