Taliban Now Going Door to Door Seeking Out Christians

Despite a CNN reporter’s claim that the Taliban “seems friendly,” there are already reports circulating that they have begun to terrorize their own people in Afghanistan.

Video footage has already been released showing the Taliban waving guns, chanting “Death To America,” and beating people on their way to the airport for evacuating.

The Taliban is well-known for being notoriously violent and crude throughout its history — anything but friendly.

We now know that Afghan Christians are fleeing the Taliban in desperate attempts to escape.

Taliban fighters are reportedly going door to door trying to kill Christians.

Taliban terrorizes its own citizens by implementing Islamic law. This bans other religions such as Christianity. Islamic law also bans the Bible.

Rex Rogers is the president of the Christian nonprofit SAT-7 North America. He stated, “We’re hearing reliable sources that Taliban demand people’s smartphones, and if they discover a Bible downloaded to your device, they will immediately kill you.”

Taliban fighters flooded the capital, and they are happy and victorious. In just hours, they took control of Kabul, a city of 6,000,000 people. They fired not a single shot.

The American flag was lowered and the U.S. Embassy was evacuated. Untold numbers of Americans remain trapped in the area, with as many as 15,000 estimated to be among them.

An underground church partnered with Frontier Alliance International (FAI) has reported that the Taliban are targeting Christians for death.

The Taliban has a hit list of known Christians they are targeting to pursue and kill. The US Embassy is defunct and there is no longer a safe place for believers to take refuge. All borders to neighboring countries are closed and all flights to and from have been halted, with the exception of private planes. People are fleeing into the mountains looking for asylum. They are fully reliant on God, who is the only One who can and will protect them.

The Taliban are going door-to-door taking women and children. The people must mark their house with an “X” if they have a girl over 12 years old, so that the Taliban can take them. If they find a young girl and the house was not marked they will execute the entire family. If a married woman 25 years or older has been found, the Taliban promptly kill her husband, do whatever they want to her, and then sell her as a sex slave.

Husbands and fathers have given their wives and daughters guns and told them that when the Taliban come, they can choose to kill them or kill themselves–it is their choice.

Dr. Rex Rogers said, “It’s incredibly dangerous right now for Afghans to have anything Christian on their phones. The Taliban have spies and informants everywhere.”

“Because it’s so dangerous to seek the company of other Christians, many Afghan believers are totally alone, with not even one other Christian with whom to talk,” Rogers said. “Our local director told me: ‘Most dare not attend a house church. They’re alone, fearful, and looking to us. We’re their last resort.”

A member of the underground church in Afghanistan wept as he described the dire situation.

The Afghan Christain says in the video: “We are unable to control our emotions because we’ve worked so hard for 20 years,” the man said, whose grief was apparent despite his blurred face and disguised voice. “All of our work over the past 20 years has been lost overnight. Only God understands how much pain we have and how broken our hearts are. We are not crying out of fear, but because our hearts ache for our beautiful country. It has now been destroyed by this savage and extremist group.”

“The whole world has abandoned us,” the man added. “We are not leaving the field, we will fight harder and will continue in God’s work.”

“I’m sorry I cried and became emotional,” he said. “My heart hurts.”


A Taliban commander has told CNN that “everything is under control” and “will be fine.”

“What’s your message to America right now?” a CNN reporter asked.

“‘America already spent enough time in Afghanistan,’” the Taliban commander said. “‘They need to leave,’ he tells us. ‘They already lost lots of lives and lots of money.’”




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