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Afghanistan : l’Occident s’inquiète d'”exécutions sommaires” d’ex-policiers par les Taliban

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Washington et ses alliés, inquiets d’”exécutions sommaires” d’ex-forces de sécurités afghanes par les Taliban, révélées dans la semaine par des organisations des droits de l’Homme, ont demandé samedi l’ouverture rapide d’enquêtes.

Les États-Unis et leurs alliés occidentaux – dont la France – se sont dits “préoccupés” samedi 4 décembre par les “exécutions sommaires” d’anciens membres des forces de sécurités afghanes par le régime taliban, mises au jour par des organisations de défense des droits humains, et ont demandé l’ouverture rapide d’enquêtes.

“Nous sommes profondément préoccupés par les informations faisant état d’exécutions sommaires et de disparitions forcées d’anciens membres des forces de sécurité afghanes, comme l’ont documenté Human Rights Watch et d’autres”, assurent une vingtaine de pays, dont le Royaumme-Uni et le Japon, ainsi que l’Union européenne dans un communiqué publié par le département d’État américain.

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“Nous soulignons que les actions présumées constituent de graves violations des droits humains et contreviennent à l’amnistie annoncée par les Taliban”, a déclaré le groupe d’alliés, appelant par ailleurs les nouveaux dirigeants afghans à garantir que l’amnistie soit appliquée et “maintenue dans tout le pays et dans tous leurs rangs”.

Cette semaine, l’ONG Human Rights Watch avait publié un rapport qui, selon elle, documente “des meurtres ou des disparitions dont ont été victimes 47 anciens membres des Forces nationales de sécurité afghanes qui se sont rendus ou étaient détenus par les forces talibanes entre le 15 août et le 31 octobre”.

“Parmi les victimes figurent des membres du personnel militaire, des policiers, des agents des services de renseignement et des miliciens”, précisait HRW.

Pour Washington et ses alliés, “les cas signalés doivent faire l’objet d’enquêtes rapides et transparentes, les responsables doivent pouvoir rendre des comptes et ces étapes doivent être clairement annoncées pour agir comme moyen de dissuasion immédiat de nouveaux meurtres et disparitions”.

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“Nous continuerons de juger les Taliban sur leurs actes”, ont-ils aussi rappelé.

Outre les États-Unis et l’Union européenne, les signataires du communiqué sont l’Allemagne, l’Australie, la Belgique, la Bulgarie, le Canada, le Danemark, l’Espagne, la Finlande, la France, le Japon, la Macédoine du Nord, la Nouvelle-Zélande, les Pays-Bas, la Pologne, le Portugal, la Roumanie, le Royaume-Uni, la Suède, la Suisse et l’Ukraine.

“Allégations crédibles” de représailles

Les Taliban ont pris le pouvoir en Afghanistan en août, alors que le gouvernement soutenu par les États-Unis à Kaboul et l’armée du pays s’effondraient.

Leur retour aux commandes du pays est survenu 20 ans après qu’ils en ont été chassés par les forces américaines mettant fin à leur régime fondamentaliste, leur valant l’opprobre international en raison notamment du traitement brutal des femmes, de l’irrespect des droits humains et de l’interprétation rigoriste de l’islam.

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Les dirigeants talibans d’aujourd’hui, désireux d’acquérir une respectabilité internationale, ont promis que leur régime serait différent.

Mais le nouveau gouvernement a continué à appliquer des punitions violentes, et les Nations unies ont exprimé leur inquiétude face aux “allégations crédibles” selon lesquelles les Taliban auraient commis des meurtres en représailles depuis leur victoire, malgré les promesses d’amnistie pour les troupes du gouvernement déchu.

Selon HRW, “les dirigeants talibans ont ordonné aux membres des unités de forces de sécurité s’étant rendues de venir s’inscrire pour obtenir une lettre garantissant leur sécurité. Cependant, les forces talibanes ont exploité ces listes de noms pour procéder à la détention et à l’exécution sommaire ou à la disparition forcée de ces personnes quelques jours après leur inscription”.

Des responsables américains se sont entretenus avec les autorités afghanes plus tôt cette semaine et ont exhorté le mouvement islamiste à donner accès à l’éducation aux femmes et aux filles à travers le pays. Les États-Unis ont également “exprimé leur profonde préoccupation concernant les allégations de violations des droits humains”, a déclaré un porte-parole américain.

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Kenya: Man converts to Islam, blows himself up in home of Christian friends, killing parents, severely injuring teen

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“Indeed, Allah has bought from the believers their lives and their wealth, because the garden will be theirs, they will fight in the way of Allah and will kill and be killed.” (Qur’an 9:111)

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“Christian Girl Orphaned by Suicide Bomb,” International Christian Concern, January 21, 2022:

01/21/2022 Kenya (International Christian Concern) – Residents of the serene village of Kamloma in Western Kenya were thrown into a panic on Wednesday, December 7th, when a loud explosion emerged from the home of Petro, Mary, and Nancy Onyango.

Alarm soon turned into horror as neighbors realized the origin of the blast. Charles Obala, Petro’s brother, narrated the events that followed.

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“We heard a loud explosion coming from my brother’s homestead. Suddenly, Nancy appeared with blood all over her body. We took her inside the house and rushed to check what had happened. I was the first to arrive and found my brother and his wife already dead and another body lying a distance from them.”

The other body, Charles soon realized, was that of John Odhiambo.

Locally known as ‘Pope,’ Odhiambo was alleged to have returned from Somalia where he claimed to be working for a construction company. Petro and Mary were his neighbors, and they knew each other well.

Nancy Onyango, the only child of Petro and Mary, recalled the events of that night.

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“We had taken supper and sat outside our house to get fresh air before going to bed.

John Odhiambo walked into our homestead and sat opposite us.

I was sitting between my father and mother, but I was closer to my mother. He sat about three meters from us and what I can remember is that he verbally greeted us and laughed…

Then the bomb went off.”

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Odhiambo had detonated an IED, intending to kill himself along with the entire Onyango family.

“It happened so quickly that I did not notice that my father and mother had died,” said Nancy. “I regained consciousness at the hospital. That’s all that I know.”

While Nancy survived the explosion, she sustained various injuries, including the loss of three of her right-hand fingers.

“I was shocked to find out that I had lost three of my fingers. I also had deep cuts on my chest and back, and my ear was chopped a little. I stayed in the hospital for two weeks. I did not celebrate Christmas with my parents. I also missed meeting with my young friends at church. This was very painful. Why did John kill my parents?”

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Charles, Nancy’s uncle, speculated about the reason for the attack.

“Petro was a great evangelist in this village. They always had friendly discussions on religion whenever John resurfaced from where we do not know. He used to challenge John on why he converted to Islam after being raised as a Christian. Sometimes he would be disgruntled by the conversations, but he never showed any intention of hurting anyone. He never threatened anyone in our family.”

The police declared the suicide-bomb a terror attack, similar to the al-Shabaab style attacks more commonly seen in Eastern Kenya. Sadly, the assault exemplifies a growing trend of extremism in Kenya’s west.

For 13-year-old Nancy, this extremism took the life of her parents, and sought her life as well. Her survival is truly miraculous….

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[VIDEO] Biden Displays NEW and Extremely Alarming “Behavior” During Climate Conference

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We’re used to seeing Joe Biden stammer, stumble, and forget his words.

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We’re also used to seeing Joe forget where he is, who he’s talking to, and what he’s talking about.

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Joe is also prone to lying, exaggerating, and repeating the same story with different facts, and outcomes, depending on what he remembers at the time.

We’ve seen him call Kamala the “president,” and himself a “senator.” We’ve also seen him refer to Obama and Trump as the current president… the list goes on and on.

None of this is news to anyone who’s even paying slight attention.

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However, today’s behavior at his climate conference was new, and it was extremely alarming to watch.

Joe did something that I have never seen him do before. He began muttering, rather loudly, as other people were trying to talk.

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And then, in another clip from the same meeting, he appears to struggle as he mutters out the most bizarre story, you’ve ever heard – it made no sense.

It was as if he was lost in his own little world. Very, very bizarre to see unfold on TV like that.

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When I watched that second clip, my daughter was sitting nearby and could hear it and she said, “What the heck are you listening to?” I said, “Joe Biden!” and she looked at me and said, “No, that has to be a joke…”

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She walked over and looked at my computer screen and said, “Oh my gosh, Mom, he sounds just like GG.”

GG is my grandmother, and my daughter’s great-grandmother, who passed away from Alzheimer’s.

My daughter is right. Joe sounds just like GG. 

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Here’s what people online had to say:

“Okay how in the world do we go another 3 years with him??? Its actually very sad to see someone decline this much and be in such a public space.”

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“This has to be doctored, right? Right?!? Please tell me it is, just so I can sleep at night” 

“Seriously, was this edited? This can’t be real, can it?”

“The best story teller the US could find LOL” 

“His disease is accelerating” 

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“I’m not sure if I should laugh or cry. Maybe a combination of both.”

“I’ve seen Joe bad. I’ve never seen Joe THIS BAD” 

That’s new, isn’t it? The way he’s behaving is something we haven’t seen before…it’s like a sneak peak behind the medication and facade. Very scary.

“81 million, folks lol” 

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“Is there ANYONE that think this guy is all there?”

“This is a new and more frightening side of Joe”

I agree about this being worse than what we’ve seen before.

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It felt like we got a disturbing peek behind all the medicine and facades, which don’t appear to cover much, but I think they cover a lot more than we realize.

Scary stuff.


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