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 Haqqani Network leaders sexually abuse teenager boys

Khama Press
12/27/2013
By Ghanizada

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The Afghan intelligence – National Directorate of Security (NDS) accused Haqqani Network leaders for sexual abuse of children after hiring them for terrorist activities.

NDS following a statement said Thursday, “Haqqani terrorist network members are sexually abusing children in training camps Haqqani’s commanders are sexually abusing teenage boys who are being trained to carry out terror acts.”

The statement further added, “NDS officials arrested a 16 years old boy, Samiullah, who planned to assassinate police commander of Khost.”

Samiullah quoted in the statement of NDS said, “Young boys, including himself, are bring sexually abused by Taliban commanders and senior fighters.”

The arrested teen further added that he was working in a hotel in Khost province and was taken to Miran Shah for military training by Hamayun, a member of Haqaani terrorist network.

He also added that he was sexually abused several times by commanders of Haqqani Terrorist network, each Musa Kaleem and his Brother Mohammad Kaleem.

This comes as the National Directorate (NDS) announced late in September that the suicide bombers are sexually abused and raped while they are trained on how to carry out suicide attack and terrorist activities, in training camps.

A suicide bomber who was arrested in western Herat province of Afghanistan quoted in the NDS statement confessed that he was sexually abused along with many others who were receiving suicide training.

The detained bomber recognized as Nematullah was looking to carry out suicide attack using a motorcycle in western Herat province of Afghanistan.

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