Taliban Terrorists 'All Smiles' on Fairground Rides as Afghan Freedoms Disappear
The terrorists are seen relaxing at a small amusement park
Taliban terrorists enjoyed fairground rides as they cradled AK-47 and M4 assault rifles as Afghanistan crumbles under the brutal regime's social strictures.
The images were captured by an AFP photographer inside a fairground in western Kabul.
The terrorists are seen relaxing at a small amusement park on the outskirts of the Afghan capital.
The park is usually where families and children visit to enjoy the rides.
But while the Taliban has fun, Afghans are locked at home in fear of the oppressive rule which bans everything from music to photography and television.
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The fighters did all they could to make the best of the funfair, as reported by the AFP:
On the shores of the picturesque reservoir, other Taliban members hop into swan-shaped pedalos as the sun begins to set behind the hills in the distance. Still brandishing their weapons, they set off in pairs across the water in the pink, blue, green, yellow Biden's boats, laughing as the vessels bump together.
"dressed in "camouflaged military uniforms and traditional Afghan clothes, they pose with their assault rifles as friends take pictures on the pebbly shore. Nearby, a few of the more senior Taliban members take the opportunity to pray, setting down their shawls bet "een two boats on a jetty.
The news comes just weeks after armed Taliban fighters were spotted riding colorful swan-themed pedalos while patrolling the lakes of Band-e Amir National Park in Afghanistan.
At the same time, there are still 100s of citizens seeking to flee Afghanistan.
Joe Biden's administration has repeatedly claimed there are "about 100" American citizens trapped, "without providing a correct number."
Last week, a rescue volunteer slammed Biden claiming there are still many more Americans trapped in the country.
Thrower blasted Biden for his catastrophic withdrawal from Afghanistan.
"Definitely, there are more than the hundred that is being stated," Thrower told Fox News.
Last month, Donald Trump blasted Biden for leaving Americans to die in Afghanistan, calling it a "dereliction of duty." Trump said in a statement:
"Leaving Americans behind for death is an unforgivable dereliction of duty, which will go down in infamy."