KABUL (BNA) Afghans from across the country hope for the outcomes of the Ulema grand assembly held at the request of Afghan religious scholars in Kabul for 3 days starting on Wednesday.
Bakhtar News Agency reporter in Nangarhar spoke to the citizens in Jalalabad city and they shared their views and hopes regarding the meeting.
Residents are looking forward to the decisions to be taken at the Ulema Conference in this fundamental context of the country.
Omid Khan, a resident of Surkh Rod district in the province, said that after decades of unrest, the Islamic Emirate took control of the country ten months earlier and established peace in the entire country.
He hopes that the gathering of Kabul Ulema will put an end to some of the issues based on the advice and decisions of religious scholars.
He called on religious scholars to make good decisions for the betterment of the country in the light of Sharia law.
The participants would present convincing arguments for the realization of the country’s national interests and the legitimacy of the system, which would convince the world, said Khalil Khater a resident of Jalalabad.
Rahmanullah Hamraz, another resident of the province said the people are looking forward religious scholars to making the best decisions for the betterment of the country. He hopes that their decision benefit the people.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan organized a large gathering of religious scholars in Kabul, attended by 3,500 clerics, tribal elders, and dignitaries which began two days earlier and will end today, Saturday.
Sheikh al-Hadith Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzadeh, the leader of the Islamic Emirate, attended the ulema grand assembly in Kabul on its second day, on Friday.
Sheikh Hadith Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzadeh, the supreme leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, addressing the gathering of scholars said that “Islam is the religion of peace, we want peace and security, we have no ill intentions towards anyone, the neighboring countries should not feel any harm from our soil anymore,”.
The supreme leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan said “the Ulema have the right to advise the rulers, just as government officials are obliged to advise each other, not to destroy each other,”.
Amir al-Momineen asked the businessmen to return to the country without any tension, and take part in the country’s re-establishment.
He added that the former oppressors have been pardoned, they will not be held accountable for their past deeds, and if anyone is harmed without committing a crime, they will be prosecuted, but amnesty does not mean joining the government.
30 committees formed at the Ulema grand assembly to review the ideas and suggestions, ended today announcing the final result “Qatae Nama”