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A PREGNANT wiman was reportedly killed in front of her children and husband in a brutal door-to-door execution by the Taliban.

Banu Negar was brutally murdered last night in her home in Ghor, Afghanistan, in the latest violent incident by the jihadist regime.

Local media, Afghan journalist Bilal Sarwary and the BBC reported her apparent execution by the Taliban.

Banu, a former police officer, was six months pregnant and also had a child.

Images posted on social media show her body lying on a bloodstained carpet.

Her face appears to be disfigured in the photo.

Creepy image

And a creepy image shows a pair of blood-stained screwdrivers sitting on a carpet, but it’s unclear how they relate to her death.

Other images show bloodstains on the green walls of her house and her body wrapped in a sheet.

Taliban forces reportedly went door-to-door in search of former members of the Afghan security forces or Western allies.

Etilaatroz said Banu worked in the provincial prison before the fall of Afghanistan.

Two neighbors confirmed her death on Saturday between 8pm and 10pm.

According to the media, the secretary of the Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, Bilal Karimi, did not confirm the incident but “received information”.

He reiterated the militant group’s claim that it had pardoned all those who worked for the old government.

However, there are numerous reports of “death squads” pursuing their enemies from the Taliban.

It has been alleged that many of those who worked for the government have now gone into hiding or have tried to flee Afghanistan.

The Taliban carried out brutal repression and executions when they ruled the country in the late 1990s, before being defeated by the West in 2001.

And when they return to power 20 years later, many members of the militant group should seek revenge.

Particularly at risk are the Afghans who have supported the Western armed forces as interpreters and security agents.

Women also fear for the future under the new regime which follows the brutal, repressive and sexist laws that the group enacted in the 1990s.

In this regard, the Taliban may have particularly threatened a former police officer.

Women are already in danger of neglecting public life, with shop windows with painted women’s faces and news hosts on television.

Some riot: a demonstration for women’s rights in Kabul was brutally dispersed yesterday by the Taliban special forces with tear gas.

Sharia law

There are fears that the Taliban are about to revive their horrifying interpretation of Sharia law, in which women are killed for showing too much flesh, to claim basic human rights, to have relationships and to be raped.

With the return to power in recent weeks, numerous reports of repression and abuse have emerged.

The tyrants have reportedly already burned a woman who, according to them, was serving substandard food to her members.

Taliban troops go door to door in Afghanistan and kidnap children as young as 12 since they returned to power in Afghanistan to use as babysitters and sex slaves.

British, American and Allied forces defeated the Taliban in 2001 after allegedly seeking protection from al-Qaeda terrorists who had planned the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center.

Western countries have been trying to rebuild Afghanistan for 20 years, when a new democratic government was installed and the brutal Taliban laws ended.

However, the occupation was constantly under attack from terrorist forces and US President Joe Biden had declared his desire to end the so-called “eternal wars”.

Nearly 20 years of work were cut short in the weeks when the Taliban came to power, sometimes without resistance, and took over Kabul when Western troops boarded evacuation planes.

US President Joe Biden, in particular, has been targeted for his failure to manage withdrawal in one of the largest foreign policy disasters since the Vietnam War.

In the last free district of Afghanistan, the Panjshir valley, the resistance forces continue to fight the Taliban.