The Afghan farmer in Panjwai District, outside the southern city of Kandahar, is finally fed up with the Taliban.
His name is Abdullah Razik. He's slight, with a trim beard and a dark green shirt that falls below his knees.
The Taliban plant roadside bombs in his fields, he says, and shoot near his house. The area is one of the most dangerous in Afghanistan — the birthplace of the Taliban.
Not long ago, something worse happened, Razik says.
"My friend ... lost his hand," he says. "The Taliban were putting IEDs in my village" four months ago.