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Taliban Fighters Take Girls As Young As 12-Years As Sex Slaves



Taliban fighters have celebrated Biden’s decision to withdraw US troops from the region by going from door to door to capture girls as sex slaves.

As the US, Nato, and Britain withdraw their troops from Afghanistan after 20 years, resurgent militants have gained territory, seizing vast swathes of territory from government forces.

Taliban fighters are reported to be going from one house to the other in captured cities to make girls as young as 12 their sex slaves.

The Taliban commanders have ordered imams to bring them unwed women aged 12 to 45 for their soldiers to marry because they view them as “qhanimat” — spoils of war.

Taliban going house to house to take young girls as sex slaves after Biden announced plan to withdraw US forces from Afghanistan

Fleeing family

Families are fleeing from one province to another. Large numbers of refugees have arrived in the capital Kabul, which remains under threat.

Faiz Mohammed Noori and his family fled Taliban-seized Baghlan for the capital Kabul after their home was burned down. Yet, he still doesn’t feel Kabul will be safe for his family.

He warned: “Kabul is also not safe. If they take over Kabul, they’re taking your daughters, your wife. They don’t care.”

Taliban going house to house to take young girls as sex slaves after Biden announced plan to withdraw US forces from Afghanistan

The Taliban army now controls nine of 34 provincial capitals and has besieged others in a major assault that saw government forces largely capitulate.

Terrified residents who fled Kunduz as it fell last week told of jihadists beheading anyone linked to the government.

Mazar-i-Sharif, the north’s largest city, is next in the Taliban’s sights. President Ashraf Ghani flew there yesterday to rally troops and confer with local warlords.

And a US defence official warned the Taliban could “isolate” Kabul in 30 days then take it in 90 days. Speaking on condition of anonymity, he said that Afghan forces could reverse the momentum by “putting up more resistance”.

US president Joe Biden on Wednesday, August 11, urged Afghan leaders to “come together” to “fight for their nation.”

But Biden insisted he did not regret his decision to withdraw US forces by August 31.

Also, Britain’s last 750 troops began leaving last month, two decades after first being deployed there following 9/11.

Former UK defence ministers Johnny Mercer and Tobias Ellwood last week suggested Britain’s troops should return to the front line to bolster resistance, but families of British soldiers killed in the conflict are in support of withdrawal.


15-Year-Old Girl Is Gang-Raped By Up To 33 Men In Latest Horrifying Sex Attack Case In India



A 15-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped on several occasions by up to 33 men in the latest horrifying sex attack case in India.

The attacks took place at various locations in the Thane district of Maharashtra state over the last eight months, a senior police official confirmed.

Police have arrested 24 people and detained two minors in connection with the case so far, Dattatray Karale, additional commissioner of police (East region), said on Thursday.

According to Times of India, the girl is in a stable condition undergoing treatment at a government hospital.

It was also reported that angry crowds had gathered outside the police station where the men are being held, to protest against the attack.

Police in the city of Dombivli registered a case on Wednesday night against 33 people accused of crimes including rape, repeated rape, gang-rape and rape of a minor, Karale said.

He added that the alleged offences were said to have happened between January 29 and September 22 of this year.

‘It all started when the lover of the girl raped her in January and made a video of the incident. He started blackmailing her on the basis of that video.

‘Later on, his friends and acquaintances gang-raped her at least on four to five occasions at different places, including Dombivli, Badlapur, Murbad and Rabale in the district,’ Business Standard of India reported Karale as saying.

A special investigative team has been formed to probe the case.

‘The victim has named 33 persons. Out of them, 24 persons have been arrested and two minors detained in this connection. The girl’s condition is said to be stable,’ Karale said.

Police are searching for the other suspects, while those already arrested will be remanded in custody until September 29.

The two minors will be remanded in custody at a children’s remand home.

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Cristiano Ronaldo Closely Followed By Bodyguards As He Drives His Bentley To Training



Football star, Cristiano Ronaldo was closely followed by a security team on his way to training today, September 23.

As the 36-year-old made his way to training on Thursday morning, September 23 Ronaldo was seen driving his plush Bentley to Carrington with his two personal bodyguards following very closely behind.

Cristiano Ronaldo closely followed by bodyguards as he drives his Bentley to training (photo) ?

It’s not the first time Ronaldo has been pictured with his security guards either.

The two guards were snapped by photographers helping Ronaldo board a plane with the rest of the United team earlier this month as they made their way to Switzerland to take on Young Boys in the Champions League – a game which Ronaldo scored in but United spectacularly lost in stoppage time.

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‘We Take The Knee But After The Game, We See Another Insult’ : Chelsea Striker, Romelu Lukaku Raises Doubts Over The Gesture



Chelsea striker, Romelu Lukaku is the latest Premier League star to question whether taking the knee is having a strong impact in the fight against racism.

Ahead of the current campaign, Premier League players agreed to continue making the gesture in the continued fight against racism.

So far, Wilfried Zaha and Ivan Toney have stopped taking the knee.

Crystal Palace winger Zaha branded the act as ‘degrading’ earlier this year, while Brentford striker Toney said players were being ‘used as puppets’ in being asked to take a knee.

Earlier this week, Lukaku’s teammate, Marcos Alonso announced his decision to stop making the pre-match gesture.

Speaking to CNN, the Chelsea striker said: ‘I think we can take stronger positions, basically. Yes, we are taking the knee, but in the end, everybody’s clapping but… sometimes after the game, you see another insult.’

Lukaku believes players must come together to take on huge online platforms such as Twitter and Instagram.

‘The captains of every team, and four or five players, like the big personalities of every team, should have a meeting with the CEOs of Instagram and governments and the FA and the PFA, and we should just sit around the table and have a big meeting about it,’ said Lukaku.

‘How we can attack it straight away, not only from the men’s game, but also from the women’s game. I think just all of us together and just have a big meeting and have a conference and just talk about stuff that needs to be addressed to protect the players, but also to protect fans and younger players that want to become professional footballers.

‘If you want to stop something, you can really do it. We, as players, we can say “Yeah, we can boycott social media,” but I think it’s those companies that have to come and talk to the teams, or to the governments, or to the players themselves and find a way how to stop it because I really think they can.

‘I have to fight, because I’m not fighting only for myself. I’m fighting for my son, for my future kids, for my brother, for all of the other players and their kids, you know, for everybody.

‘At the end of the day, football should be an enjoyable game… You cannot kill the game by discrimination. That should never happen. Football is joy, it’s happiness and it shouldn’t be a place where you feel unsafe because of the opinion from some uneducated people.’

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