Kabul, National Resistance Front: Taliban criminals abducted "Sayed Baqer Mohseni" on March 4 2022.
The university professor and critic of the Taliban regime has repeatedly criticised the deceptive policies of the terrorist and monopolistic group in various media. In the last case, he wrote on his Facebook page that a couple of TV shows of him with "Naim Wardak", the Taliban regime's spokesman, was not aired due to the pressure of the Taliban censorship.
On another note, he sharply criticised the Taliban's house-to-house raids, calling them "illegal and against Sharia" saying: "Using force and creating fear to strengthen the foundations of the government will have little effect. In the present age, the government will not continue without the consent of the people".
The abduction, torture and beating of critics, university professors and academics under the shadow of this regime is not new.
University professor "Faizullah Jalal" was recently arrested by the Taliban after a televised debate and released amid international pressure and widespread criticism.
The use of weapons, coercion and torture are tools that the Taliban want to use to suppress freedom of expression and silence the voices of critics of their empty regime.