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Beside Turkiye other countries can invest in Afghanistan, IEA spokesman

KABUL: Spokesman of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Zabihullah Mujahid during his visit to Turkiye told the conference of scholars that if the world does not recognize the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, it is their problem, but called on the Islamic countries to support the current Islamic system.
“World governments are influenced by international policies. They cannot decide independently, we and you cannot ignore it, some countries have some decency, some governments have problems, but Muslim nations have no problem, Muslim nations can support their Afghan brothers as a nation, as an awareness and as a human force,” said Zabihullah Mujahid.
In the conference, religious scholars from a number of Islamic countries announced their support to the Afghans.
Shaikh Tabatabai, referring to the sovereignty of the Islamic Emirate, said that no one was harmed and by announcing its amnesty. “The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan renewed the memory of the conquest of Makkah, while capturing Kabul and other cities even a single glass was not broken. This was the biggest orderly conquest and civilized movement in modern human history,” He said.
Meanwhile, Abdul Wahab Akanji, one of the religious scholars of Turkiye, said that he does not stand shoulder to shoulder with Afghans, but considers them part of them.
“We are standing by you, but we consider you a part of us. You are a clear example of sacrifice and freedom in the whole world, Akanji said adding now is the time to foil the plots of the enemies, strengthen the Islamic system and provide services to the Afghan nation in return for their efforts,” he advised. In the conference, investment in Afghanistan was also discussed and spokesman of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Zabihullah Mujahid, asked Turkiye and other Islamic countries that besides Turkiye, others can also invest in Afghanistan.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.