The Taliban beheaded an Afghan who had worked as a translator for the US military, according to reports.
Sohail Pardis, 32, was driving from his home in Kabul on May 12 to pick up his sister before Eid, a Muslim holiday, according to The Sun.
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But on the way, Pardis – who had told friends he was receiving death threats from the Taliban because the terror group suspected him of being a spy – was arrested at a checkpoint manned by the militant group.
“They were telling him that you are a spy for the Americans, you are the eyes of the Americans and you are infidels, and we will kill you and your family,” his friend and colleague Abdulhaq Ayoubi told CNN.
Pardis tried to cross but was not seen again.
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The Red Crescent humanitarian organization reported that villagers said the Taliban shot at his car – and once she stopped, took him out and beheaded him.
Pardis had worked for the military as a translator for 16 months during the occupation, the Sun reported.
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