LAST WORDS FROM DOOMED ALLY:
“They’ll knock on my door anytime now.”
In his last mobile phone conversation with reporters, one hunted Afghan ally said:
“I have reached home safely and I am with my parents, wife and child. But I don’t think I will be here for long. They’re going door to door and they will knock on my door anytime now.”
The U.S. ally’s phone has since gone dead, the press reported.
NAMES, ADDRESSES GIVEN TO THEM BY BIDEN GOVERNMENT
Taliban murder squads are using names and addresses of Afghan allies that were given to them by Biden government officials.
The Taliban revealed for the first time that it has mobilized a special murder unit called Al Isha to round up Afghans who helped American and allied forces.
Afghans who try to deny their role with America and its allies will be checked with detailed computer records and biometric data that the U.S. left behind in its Biden-botched withdrawal.
By providing the Taliban with a list of people it wants to evacuate from the country, the Biden administration “put all those Afghans on a kill list,” a government insider said.
MORE BLOOD ON HIS HANDS