Taliban special forces fighters arrest and blindfold ISIS suspects

Taliban special forces fighters arrest and blindfold ISIS suspects

A BLINDFOLDED IS suspect sits guarded by a Taliban special forces fighter moments before being driven away in a military jeep.

Taliban soldiers were reported to have captured a number of members of IS — the terror group responsible for the recent bombing at Kabul airport.

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A suspected ISIS member sits blindfolded in a Taliban Special Forces’ car in Kabul[/caption]

At least 182 people died including 13 in the US armed forces.

Meanwhile, Taliban forces have reportedly been going door to door hunting for former members of the Afghan security forces.

They allegedly shot dead pregnant police officer Banu Negar in front of her children and husband at her home in Ghor.

It follows the head of Britain’s Armed Forces saying “everyone got it wrong” about how quickly the Taliban would take Afghanistan.

General Sir Nick Carter said: “It was the pace of it that surprised us.”

He claimed Western nations could steer the Taliban, adding: “They’re going to need a bit of help to run a modern state effectively.

“If they behave, perhaps they’ll get some help.”


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Members of the Taliban Intelligence Special Forces guard the military airfield in Kabul[/caption]

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A member of Taliban forces stands guard at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul[/caption]