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Islamic Emirate Forbids Informal Courts Among Ranks

The Islamic Emirate’s Reform Commission banned the use of informal courts within its forces' ranks, especially those deemed kangaroo courts in which people are tried and sentenced for desertion or other alleged crimes.

The commission on Friday held a gathering at the lower house of the parliament to coordinate its activities with provincial leaders.  

The head of the commission, Latifullah Hakimi, ordered the forces of the Islamic Emirate to prevent the desertion court and "arbitrary operations." He also warned that those who cooperated with the Daesh group would not be granted immunity.  

“If anyone become suspicious of cooperating with the Daesh… there is no immunity for them,” he said.  

“We started the investigation earlier to pursue inappropriate individuals or those who betray the (Islamic Emirate),” said Fathihullah Madani, head of Kabul intelligence.  

The officials warned that those who disturb the people would be held accountable.  

“Those evil elements who wanted to be placed among the Islamic Emirate forces have been prevented, ” said General Shir Mohammad Sharif, deputy head of the commission.  

After reports claimed that the forces related to the Islamic Emirate misbehaved toward the people in various parts of the country, the current government formed a commission to address the problems.  

“Those who claim to be a member of the (Islamic Emirate) and bother the army, police or traders, will not be allowed to continue,” said Mawllavi Azizullah Ghaznawi, a member of the commission.   

Islamic Emirate Forbids Informal Courts Among Ranks

The officials warned that those who disturb the people would be held accountable.  

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The Islamic Emirate’s Reform Commission banned the use of informal courts within its forces' ranks, especially those deemed kangaroo courts in which people are tried and sentenced for desertion or other alleged crimes.

The commission on Friday held a gathering at the lower house of the parliament to coordinate its activities with provincial leaders.  

The head of the commission, Latifullah Hakimi, ordered the forces of the Islamic Emirate to prevent the desertion court and "arbitrary operations." He also warned that those who cooperated with the Daesh group would not be granted immunity.  

“If anyone become suspicious of cooperating with the Daesh… there is no immunity for them,” he said.  

“We started the investigation earlier to pursue inappropriate individuals or those who betray the (Islamic Emirate),” said Fathihullah Madani, head of Kabul intelligence.  

The officials warned that those who disturb the people would be held accountable.  

“Those evil elements who wanted to be placed among the Islamic Emirate forces have been prevented, ” said General Shir Mohammad Sharif, deputy head of the commission.  

After reports claimed that the forces related to the Islamic Emirate misbehaved toward the people in various parts of the country, the current government formed a commission to address the problems.  

“Those who claim to be a member of the (Islamic Emirate) and bother the army, police or traders, will not be allowed to continue,” said Mawllavi Azizullah Ghaznawi, a member of the commission.   

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