Thirteen people, including a woman, were beaten in the presence of students, teachers and people at a football stadium in Lgar province for various charges, including adultery, theft and forms of corruption, the Supreme Court said on Twitter, adding that two more people were beaten in the eastern province of Laghman .
They were punished with 21 to 39 blows, the AP agency noted, citing an unnamed person. According to him, hundreds of people came to Biovn to take photographs or video reports.
and the governor of Lgar province before that invited to the stadium the venerable scholars, muhidids, stationers, tribal scholars and local residents. The agency informs about twelve people beaten by those women and nine men. According to n, he sent invitations to the event through social media.
The most prominent cleric, Tlibnu, told the judges this month that they should carry out the punishments in accordance with the Islamic first ara. The first confirmed public killing since the restoration of power in Tlibna took place on November 11, when the order punished nineteen people in this way for tax theft, adultery and home invasion.
Public executions, executions, and stoning for common crimes were common during the first period of the Taliban government in Afghanistan in 1996 and 2001, when the U.S.-led invasion ended the power of the radical movement. Last August, in connection with the departure of American and other foreign troops, Tlibn rose to power.
In the immediate aftermath, the radical movement promised to moderate and allow the first women and men. The first one limited freedoms, pointed out AP, which cited as an example the damage that lasted for six weeks.