News from the international media community is that the Taliban after its most recent take over had begun a systematic approach of forcing its Religious rulings and ideologies on the Afghanistan people. While this wasn't taken seriously at first or perhaps dismissed because many had considered that this was something that was bound to happen with their newly found power, it seems to be causing a lot of problems for the media, as the media has since begun to report, quite constantly, the deaths of innocent people within Afghanistan.
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The Ndigbo Historical Initiative (NHI) has condemned the spate of attacks in the South-East, warning that the situation witnessed in Afghanistan may occur in Igboland. A statement by the Executive Director, Julie Iregbu-Ihejirika, particularly castigated Igbos who celebrate the unknown gunmen for killings and destruction since 2020.
In a report, a Shia mosque has been hit by a massive explosion in Afghanistan during jummah. According to the report, at least 100 worshippers have been confirmed killed as the search is still ongoing. According to KUNDUZ, the explosion rocked inside the Shia mosque.
It was today reported that the governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai said that the North West region is presently like Afghanistan. Based on this statement that was recently made by the kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, I really don't think that the kaduna State governor made a good comparison, because north west is far better than the Afghanistan.
It is no longer news that the 76th edition of the United Nations' General Assembly (UNGA), is currently going on at the organization’s headquarters in New York. Recall that the UNGA is an annual event where World leaders meet to discuss on several issues that are affecting the world at large.
Over 20 people have been killed in a suicide bombing at a Shiite mosque in Afghanistan’s northeastern city of Kunduz during their Friday prayers. In a viral video, bloodstains and body parts were seen all over the mosque, and many injured people were taken out of the area.
"S/East May Become Afghanistan", Igbo Group NHI Warns: A Statement That Exposes Unknown Gunmen As The Enemies At Home?
The Ndigbo Historical Initiative (NHI) has condemned the recent spate of attacks in the South-East, warning that a situation similar to that seen in Afghanistan could occur in Igboland. Julie Iregbu-Ihejirika chastised Igbos that celebrated unknown gunmen(UGM) for killings and destruction since 2020.
The Taliban have cautioned barbers in Helmand area in Afghanistan to stop shaving or trimming beards. They said shaving off beards breaks their understanding of Islamic law. In a report by BBC, the Taliban police said anybody found abusing the standard will be seriously punished. As for the report, in a notification posted on salons in southern Helmand area, the Taliban officials cautioned the hairdressers to adhere to Sharia law for hair styles and beards.
Pope Francis was said to have received over three Christian families in the hall of former Pope Paul VI. A woman who was the mother of four children tried to offer Pope Francis the ring of her husband who was killed in Afghanistan by the Taliban, the supreme pontiff accepted the ring but he then told her to keep the ring as a sign of friendship and hope, more of a remembrance.
A senior Taliban official has disclosed that "a number of civilians" have been killed on Sunday after a suicide bomber attacked a mosque in Afghanistan. A report by FRANCE 24 with AFP and AP also confirmed the development, saying that the bomb was targeted at Eidgah Mosque in Kabul, where a memorial service was being held for the mother of Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid.
At least 47 people were killed and dozens more injured in an explosion at a Shia mosque during Friday prayers in Kandahar, the heartland of the Taliban movement now ruling Afghanistan. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a suicide bomb attack on a mosque in southern Afghanistan that killed at least 47 people.
Following the reconstruction of the country, and, the subsequent take- over of government affairs, the Taliban has announced a revival of public executions, among other cruel punishment as part of it new rule over Afghanistan. The extremist group also went on to warn the world leaders against trespassing, or, meddling with their rules.
During Friday prayers, an explosion inside a Shia mosque in Kandahar killed 35 people and injured 45 more. That's the second suicide bombing targeting a Shia mosque in Afghanistan in less than a week, raising fears that extremist organizations are gaining power across the nation following the Taliban's takeover.
Taliban asks for an opportunity to address world leaders for the United Nations General Assembly this week in New York City. Amir Khan Muttaqi, the Taliban Foreign Minster made the request inside a letter addressed to the United Nations (UN) on Monday. The group nominated their Doha-based spokesman, Suhail Shaheen, as Afghanistan's UN Ambassador.
President Muhammadu Buhari has commended Recep Tayyip Erdogan for accepting refugees from war-torn Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria, into Turkey. The Nigerian President gave the commendation during the 2-day official visit of Mr. Erdogan with his wife, the First Lady, Emine Erdogan to Nigeria. President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan (L) with President Muhammadu Buhari (C) Presidency/Bayo Omoboriowo
Not less than 50 persons were killed in a bomb explosion that happened in Afghanistan, on Friday, October 8. The explosion is the bloodiest assault that has ever happened in Afghanistan, since the withdrawal of American troops, from the country. It happened at a Shiite mosque, in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
Following the incessant attacks in the southeastern region, a group, Ndigbo Historical Initiative (NHI), has warmed that a situation experienced in Afghanistan may happen in the region. The Executive Director of the group, Julie Iregbu-Ihejirika, condemned those celebrating killings and destruction by the unknown gunmen.
Four persons have been killed and their bodies hung by the Taliban for alleged kidnapping, a senior official said. They were reportedly killed during a shootout in Afghanistan’s western city of Herat on Saturday. According to Herat province’s deputy governor Mawlawi Shir Ahmad Muhajir, the decision to display their bodies at different public areas is to teach a “lesson” that kidnapping will not be tolerated.
A report by BBC Sport claims that around 100 female footballers were evacuated from Afghanistan to Qatar capital (Doha) on Thursday. BBC Sport gathered that Qatar government worked closely with FIFA to coordinate the rescue of the female footballers from their host country (Afghanistan). If we could recall, Afghanistan fell under the rule of Taliban, as the Group took over the Country Capital Kabul.