Joe Biden’s Taliban Allies Murder Teen Girl for Crime of Playing Volleyball

Joe Biden’s allies in Afghanistan have told us that they are the “new” Taliban. But this week they beheaded a teen girl for the crime of playing volleyball. Seems like the same old Taliban to me.

According to reports, Junior volleyball player Mahjabin Hakimi’s coach says that the Taliban beheaded the girl and then told the media that she committed suicide.

Per India Today:

In an interview, coach Suraya Afzali (name changed) said a woman player named Mahjabin Hakimi was killed by the Taliban earlier in October, but nobody learnt about the gruesome murder as the insurgents had threatened her family not to talk about it.

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Mahjabin played for the Kabul Municipality Volleyball Club before the collapse of the Ashraf Ghani government, and was one of the club’s star players. Then, a few days ago, pictures of what seemed to be her severed head and bloodied neck turned up on social media.

The coach of the Afghan women’s national volleyball team warned that only two of her players were able to escape the country ahead of the takeover by Biden’s terrorist buddies.

The rest are now being hunted down one, by one., and they are marked for death.

“The Afghan national women’s volleyball team was established in 1978 and has long been a beacon of hope and empowerment for young girls in the country. However, Mahjabin’s death has fueled fears of being targeted by the Taliban. Efforts by members of the team to gain the support of foreign organisations and countries to leave Afghanistan have so far been unsuccessful,” the paper said.

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