Deputy PM: Islamic Emirate Rule Sprung from Womb of The Nation

KABUL (BNA) The Islamic Emirate is not separate from the nation, the nation and the Islamic Emirate are one, said Mawlavi Abdul Kabir, Deputy Prime Minister, in the ulema grand assembly in Kabul on Saturday.

In the gathering, the deputy Prime Minister on Political affairs Mawlavi Abdul Kabir said that Afghans have historically fought hard to protect Islamic values ​​and the country’s freedom and independence.

The Islamic Emirate is not separate from the nation, the nation and the Islamic Emirate are one. Because the Islamic Emirate is a system that has sprung from the womb of the nation, added in his speech.

He said: “The Islamic Emirate has a healthy policy against its opponents, if anyone wants to come to the country, they can come freely and for this, the Islamic Emirate has appointed a competent commission so that they can return responsibly and live in their country with dignity.

“The Islamic Emirate is our common home and maintaining and strengthening this system is our common responsibility,” he added.

Meanwhile, Sheikh Qiamuddin Hanif from Panjshir speaks at the Ulema conference: Qualification and professionalism in the government are very important.  For effective governance, the Islamic Emirate should focus on appointing professional figures.

Another speaker, Mufti Mahmood Zakeri, a prominent scholar said: “We thank the officials of the Islamic Emirate for giving the scholars and leaders of the nation the opportunity to gather in the Loya Jirga Hall to discuss national interests and advise the government.  There was a time when this hall was used for giving Americans military bases in our country.

He added, Scholars are not against modern sciences. Muslims even had universities in the third century, when westerners had no idea about modern knowledge. We want the Islamic Emirate to focus more on research in modern science. At the same time, religious scholar Abdul Matin Husseini said that

Abdul Matin Hussaini added that we must train our cadres, and strengthen the specialized sector so that our country becomes self-sufficient in terms of righteous and committed cadres and capacities.

He said that the Islamic Emirate has come to power as a result of many sacrifices. In addition to the spiritual service of the people, their material development should also be taken into consideration.

Sheikh Sahib Abdul Matin Hussaini, a representative of Afghan refugees living in Iran: A nation becomes successful when it shares constructive advice with its government. The sovereignty we have now has been achieved at a very high price. For the protection of our sovereignty, we must do our utmost and not forget our sacrifices of the past.

“We ask officials of the government not to deal with anyone that violate our religious values and national interests, we have lived in captivity for twenty years under the occupation of the invaders. Now that we have an Islamic system and independence, this is a golden opportunity that we should not lose,”.

At a time when people across the country have high hopes for a gathering of Afghan religious scholars in the center of the country, the countrymen are expecting important decisions to be made at the gathering. More issues to be solved in the country.

A BNA reporter in Nangarhar spoke to the citizens in Jalalabad city and they shared their views and hopes regarding the meeting.

The residents are hopeful of the decisions to be taken at the Ulema assembly of Jedi scholars in this fundamental context of the country.

Omid Khan, a resident of Nangarhar province said he hoped the assembly of Kabul Ulema would put an end to some of the problems 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.

Khalil Khater, a resident of Jalalabad, said he hoped 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, to recognize the system.

Rahmanullah Hamraz, another resident from Jalalabad city said he hoped the clerics would make decisions that would be beneficial and acceptable to Afghans, taking into account their Islamic and Afghan interests.

The Islamic Emirate organized a large gathering of religious scholars in Kabul, attended by more than 3,500 clerics, tribal elders, and dignitaries, which began two days earlier and will end today, Saturday.

Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesman of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan said 12,000 troops had been deployed in different parts of the city to secure the gathering.


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