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'A Mark of the Taliban': Western-Allied Afghans Reportedly Receive 'Surrender or Die Night Letters'

Earlier in August, the Taliban* pledged they wouldn't seek revenge against government officials or those Afghan soldiers the militant group has fought over the past two decades.

Taliban militants are pinning so-called "night letters" on the doors of those accused by the group of "working for the crusaders" in Afghanistan, urging them to surrender or die, the Daily Mail has cited several sources as saying.

One of the sources, only identified as Naz, told the newspaper that the letter he received "was official and stamped by the Taliban".

"It is a clear message that they want to kill me. If I attend the [Taliban-convened] court, I will be punished with my life", the 34-year-old father of six added.

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