Taliban terrorists using Bamiyan Buddhist site to target in Afghanistan, video released

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There is a difference between the words of the Taliban and the words of the Taliban. His intention has become very clear from the recently released video. Taliban can be seen firing rockets into those caves. Huge statues of Buddha existed in Bamiyan for 1400 years.

Although the difference between the words and words of the Taliban was visible only after they took power, their intention has become very clear from the recently released video. Years ago they destroyed the huge statues of the historical heritage Bamiyan Buddhist site, so now they are using that site for target practice. Recently, many videos have gone viral on the internet media regarding this, in which Taliban fighters can be seen firing rockets into those caves. Huge statues of Buddha existed in Bamiyan for more than 1,400 years.

Taliban are targeting near the caves with state-of-the-art weapons

In these videos shared by Gandhar News, at least seven Taliban militants can be seen targeting near the caves with their sophisticated weapons. They are also raising slogans in support of the Taliban. In the video, a grenade falls on the site where the giant Buddha statue once stood. When Gandhar News asked Ahmadullah Wasik, deputy head of the Taliban government's cultural commission, in this regard, he said that the investigation is on and the perpetrators will be caught and brought to justice. The terrorists practicing the target area from the command unit of the Taliban, which is deployed to protect the site.

Taliban promised to protect the historic site

Let us tell you that Mullah Shirin Akhund, a member of the Taliban talks in Doha and the provincial governor of Bamiyan, had promised to protect this historical site. It was also promised by the Taliban that they would protect the Buddhist relics so that more tourists could come. The head of Bamiyan's information directorate also told the media that the Taliban government was committed to preserving the heritage site.