Fox News Correspondent Trey Yingst visited a prison in Kabul, Afghanistan which housed thousands of Taliban fighters. Yingst spoke to fighters in Logar province, just south of the capital, about their perspective on security in Afghanistan amid the takeover from the Taliban.
Inside Pul-e-Charkhi prison in Kabul, Yingst said " America 's Newsroom Wednesday, that theThe Taliban entered the Afghan capital and freed thousands of other fighters.
Fighters in Logar province said it was a 15-year struggle to take control of Afghanistan and they are happy They now control the country, while claiming that they will bring security to the Afghan people.
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Niaz Mohammed Halim, a man who served a four-year sentence in this establishment, is now a leading Taliban intelligence official.
Yingst asked about Americans still stranded in Afghanistan.
Halim responded by saying "everyone is safe " and denied reports of infighting between senior Taliban leaders.
"From people to high-level officials, everyone obeys the rule of the Taliban emirate. There are no internal struggles, "Halim told Yingst. "What we are commanding here in Kabul is applied in all provinces. It is enemy propaganda.
Meanwhile, security comes at an extremely high price for the Afghan people. The Taliban have started enforcing Sharia law across the country, which bans music, prohibits women and men from working in the same places, and allowsexecutions in more rural parts of the country.