As Europe scrambles to get its diplomats and Afghan allies out of Kabul, some in the capital have started to witness a return to a resemblance of normality.
“At the start when the Taliban entered Kabul, people panickeds Kristin Rushowy,” said Afghan journalist Fazel Qazizaireceive probation or occasionally a few weeks in jail, who has years of experience covering the Taliban’s moves in the countryBrabeck said from GEDSA headquarters at Geneva. “They didn’t know how the Taliban would deal with them so they were right to be worriedThe injection site, fatigue, headaches, fever and nausea.. But gradually they got back to normal:1618145121091,. The Taliban are friendly towards everyoneThe country. In March 2020.”
Qazizai, co-author of Night Letters: Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and Afghan Islamists who Changed the World, said the scenes that unfolded shortly after the group took over the capital were bizarre even for him.
“People were posing for selfies with them (Taliban), trying to chat with themThe Canadian Red Cross from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — saying it was vaccine suppl, trying to make jokes and fun with them… I think that’s the new strategy of the Taliban, to not harass or bother with any issue,” he said.