Publish dateSaturday 16 July 2022 - 11:45
Story Code : 255725
Hekmatyar demanded to investigate British war crimes in Afghanistan by The Hague Court
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar during his Friday prayer this week (July 15) in Kabul, during his speech, demanded an investigation of the war crimes of foreign forces in Afghanistan by The Hague Court.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the leader of Hizb-e-Islami, said during the Friday prayers in Kabul: "The enemies are trying to incite a religious war, and for this reason they are assassinating religious scholars."
In the continuation of his speech, the leader of Hizb-e-Islami asked the Islamic Emirate to punish the perpetrators of the assassination of religious scholars.
Also, in response to the war crimes committed by the British forces in Afghanistan, he asked The Hague Court to investigate and prosecute the foreign forces involved in the killing of Afghan civilians.
These statements are in the context that the British BBC has published a report on the war crimes of the British Special Forces during the NATO war in Afghanistan.
According to the research of this British network, the special agents of the British army "SAS" during the war in Afghanistan repeatedly killed prisoners and unarmed men and committed war crimes.
The BBC reported that British Special Forces killed 54 prisoners and illegally detained civilians during a night operation in 2010.
This British media did not report the location of this operation, but the British army was stationed in southern Afghanistan during the NATO war in Helmand and carried out its operations in this province.
In its report, the BBC presented evidence from the words of former Special Forces soldiers and said that these soldiers confessed to killing civilians during night operations.
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