“Professional and Businesslike” Taliban Imposing Extremely Harsh Punishment on Afghanistan
As someone who has studied Islam, I can confirm that it is anything but a religion of peace.
I do believe that most Muslims in the United States, and possibly the world, are what I would consider nominal Muslims.
In the same way that there are Americans who claim to be Christians, but they don’t read the Bible, they don’t go to church, they don’t understand the Gospel, or listen to “pastors” who are nothing but ear-ticklers telling them what they want to hear – there are also Muslims who has distorted the actual teachings of the Quran.
Don’t get me wrong, I think it’s great that they denounce the abuse, violence, and hatred that is in the Quran, but make no mistake that the book is replete with these sort of things.
This can be seen with those who we consider to be “radical Muslims”.
Despite the Biden regime telling us how businesslike and professional the Taliban are becoming, they are nothing but savages are still following their barbaric practices or terror and Sharia Law, including amputations and executions.
“Everyone criticized us for the punishments in the stadium, but we have never said anything about their laws and their punishments,” Mullah Nooruddin Turabi told The Associated Press. “No one will tell us what our laws should be. We will follow Islam and we will make our laws on the Quran.”
Turabi — who oversaw public executions in stadiums, was notorious for destroying music tapes, had berated women, beaten men who trimmed their beards, and banned sports — said that the regime’s extreme punishments would return.
The AP reported:
At that time, the world denounced the Taliban’s punishments, which took place in Kabul’s sports stadium or on the grounds of the sprawling Eid Gah mosque, often attended by hundreds of Afghan men. Executions of convicted murderers were usually by a single shot to the head, carried out by the victim’s family, who had the option of accepting “blood money” and allowing the culprit to live. For convicted thieves, the punishment was amputation of a hand. For those convicted of highway robbery, a hand and a foot were amputated.
“Cutting off of hands is very necessary for security,” he said, adding that the Taliban would “develop a policy” about where they carry out their punishments. The Taliban have already revived extreme public shaming campaigns for people who allegedly committed petty crimes.