Taliban, Kunduz, Mr Oh Mark Hill discussed on The Glenn Beck Program


How the taleban may govern and what may be in store for the rest of the country in just as the insurgents frustrated with their failed efforts to cajole civilians Civil servants back into work began instilling little terror according to the residents reached by telephone. I'm afraid because i don't know what will happen next. Or what they will do said one who asked not to be identified for fear of retaliation by the taliban three days after the taliban took control of kunduz the civil cy civil servant received a call from an insurgent fighter. Telling him to go to his office. The mayor of conducive wanted to speak with him. The mayor invited mr Oh mark hill Who had been staying home. Since the retreat of the government forces as insurgents flooded into the streets in a sense of unease grip the battered city. He had experienced a similar moment twice. Before when the taliban briefly in two thousand fifteen and twenty sixteen sees the city both times the insurgents were pushed back with the help of american air strikes but this time days after the taliban took control the entire. Afghan army corps charged with reclaiming. The city surrendered to the insurgents. They handed over all their weapons and vehicles in a stark sign that they would not be rescued when he arrived at the municipal office to speak to the new mayor. The sprawling compound looked eerily untouched by war. But the new york times writes inside the building. He joined eight municipal employees. And mr lila's you know the new mayor. He introduced himself as the new mayor. A young man with a long beard. Mr eliza shared them that they would not be targeted by the taliban and instructed them to return to work to improve improve people's lives and morale sharing his mobile number. He told them call. If you have any trouble. With the taliban fighters we've captured the city and now we can assure the people that we will provide the basic services. The mayor was quoted in another phone interview halfway through the meeting. Shopkeeper pleaded with the taleban bodyguard to see the mayor like hundreds of others. His kiosk had been mostly destroyed by fire. During the taliban's final push he said shopkeepers fearing for what remained of their stores that they would be looted. One of the taliban's promise that they could return to the market to collect their things safely. The mayor complied. He even provided reimbursement for the taxi and bus fare that they spent on moving their goods for the rest of the day. The mayor met with other municipal leaders trying to get services restored. The state owned water and sewage corporation..

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