Taliban spokesperson supports observations of Supreme Court judges, demands that Nupur Sharma should be hanged
Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid posted a tweet quoting the comments of Supreme Court judges on Nupur Sharma
Terrorists get creative, try to blame Kabul Gurudwara attack on Nupur Sharma’s remarks; have earlier carried out multiple terror attacks targeting Sikhs
Sikhs in Afghanistan have been targeted by Islamist groups including the ruling Taliban and have been threatened to either flee the country or convert to Islam even before the so-called blasphemous statements by Nupur Sharma.
The effigy is not real, not an actual person. But while we stare at it, thousands of people are running wild all over India, declaring that they want the real Nupur Sharma hanged, beheaded and brutalised.
Afghan model arrested by Taliban for laughing at a comedian reading Quranic verses, Amnesty international demands ‘unconditional’ release
The Taliban have detained Afghan model and YouTuber Ajmal Haqiqi and three of his colleagues for insulting Islam.
‘US could have benefited in Afghanistan if Gilgit-Baltistan was in India and Balochisatan was independent’: Republican politician Bob Lancia
Bob Lancia said that if Gilgit-Baltistan was in India, Balochisatan was independent, US could have use those regions to supply US troops in Afghanistan
Turkey-based organisation that hailed Talibani terrorists and Palestinian jihadists behind Twitter storm over anti-India remarks on Prophet Muhammad
The IOSPI was the first one to tweet that later went on to become a Twitter storm over remarks on Prophet Muhammad
The statement comes just after the Indian delegation met the Taliban leadership in Kabul.
Indian delegation in Kabul to meet Taliban members, to oversee India’s humanitarian assistance of food, medicine and vaccines provided to Afghan people
The Indian team is led by the Joint Secretary JP Singh from the Pakistan Afghanistan Iran (PAI) division of the MEA. Last year, Singh had meet the Taliban leadership on the sidelines of the Moscow format of talks on Afghanistan in Delhi.
Afghanistan: Female TV presenters defy diktat to cover their faces, receive threats from the Taliban government
“If they don't comply, we will talk to the managers and guardians of the presenters,” Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Sadeq Akif Mohajir said.
“Coloured scarves not allowed”: Taliban issues new dictate in Afghanistan, prevents burqa-clad female students from entering university for wearing coloured hijabs
Taliban prevented any woman wearing coloured clothing or coloured scarf from entering the university in Kabul