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The Principled Stance of the Islamic Emirate Regarding the Issue of Afghanistan and the Western Media

The Western and pro-western media outlets have recently published some baseless reports claiming that a delegation of the Political Office of the Islamic Emirate had held talks with a delegation of the Kabul Administration in Doha, Qatar. However, these media reports are based on their own speculation and analysis which has no reality. Such reports are mostly handed over to ...

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The Morale Sagging Soldiers of the Kabul Administration Destroy Places of Public Benefits

By the grace of Almighty Allah, the courage and sacrifices of Mujahideen and the unstinted support of our people, victories of Mujahideen are expanding across the country which has created panic in the Kabul Administration. As before, once again, the soldiers of the Kabul Administration have resorted to killing and harassing civilians and demolishing places of public benefits. They think ...

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The 15th Year of the Black Day of American Invasion

One and a half decade ago, on 7 Oct 2001, the American invaders attacked our beloved country under the guise of futile pretexts, ostensibly, using the 9/11 incident as an excuse but still they have no solid proof in this regard except allegations. However the activities and policies of America and her Allies during the past one and a half ...

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Another Conference for Continuation of Occupation

A conference on Afghanistan is scheduled to take place in Brussels, the capital city of Belgium on 4-5 October. Representatives of 70 countries and 30 international organizations will participate in the conference. Contrary to WARSAW conference which was held on 8-9 last July and had a military tone, this Brussels conference is convened to financially and politically support the corrupt ...

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Points of Paramount Importance in the Message of the Believing Leader

Implementation of justice is a vital objective of Jihad besides other lofty objectives. Bearing this in mind, the esteemed leader of the Islamic Emirate Sheikh-ul-Hadith Hibatullah Akhundzada (may Allah protect him) has emphasized this important point that the Mujahideen should regard the serving of Muslims, prosperity and well-being of people as an objective emanating from religious obligation. Winning hearts and ...

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9/11, an Incident and a Pretext

If we look into the history of imperialism we will find that illegitimate pretexts have always been crafted for justification of invasions. The incident of World Trade Center in New York on 11 September 2001 is a good example. Though the embassy of the Islamic Emirate in Islamabad immediately condemned this incident during a press conference following its happening and ...

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The Flight of the Afghan Youth from the Country, an Anathema

In 2001, when America invaded Afghanistan, their domestic supporters were very happy assuring the Afghan people regarding initiation of big projects in agricultural, industrial and other economical sectors and promising a prosperous and comfortable life. But now after one and half decade, 200,000 afghan have fled to European countries according to international surveys conducted in 2015 because of unemployment and ...

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Anxiety of the Kabul Administration

The recent victories of the Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate in Helmand, Baghlan, Kunduz, Nooristan and other provinces has caused great anxiety among the invaders and the Kabul administration. Though they fully used aerial and ground force capabilities including B-52 bombers however they still failed to turn the tide of Mujahideen victories. Now in their dependency, the Kabul administration has turned to telling ...

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Our Request from Honorable Religious Scholars of the Islamic Ummah

The so-called Peace Council in Kabul has announced that efforts are underway on their part to hold religious scholars conference from the Islamic countries. They say the conference will play an effective role in establishing peace and stability in Afghanistan and in persuading the armed opposition to desist from fighting. In fact these devious efforts emanate from a plan engineered ...

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