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Council of Ulema established in 7 provinces as per Supreme Leader’s decree

Based on the decree issued by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the Council of Ulemas was established in the provinces of Laghman, Sar-i-Pul, Ghor, Daikundi, Maidan Wardak, Bamyan, and Nuristan. The spokesperson of the Islamic Emirate, Zabihullah Mujahid, publicized the decree of the IEA’s Supreme Leader on his Twitter page, stating the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Shaikh Hibatullah Akhundzada appointed the head and memberof the Council of Ulema of the seven provinces. “According to Islamic texts, seeking the advice of religious scholars is a religious duty to strengthen and further advance the Islamic system. To enhance the coordination of affairs in the provinces, based on the decree of the supreme leader, honorable scholars and knowledgeable individuals have been appointed as officials and members of the Council of Scholars of these provinces, as follows,” shared Muhajid. Mawlavi Mohammad Salim was appointed as the head of the Council of Ulema of Laghman, Mufti Abdulmanan as the head of the Council of Ulema of Sar-i Pul, Mawlavi Ahmad as the head of the Council of Ulema of Ghor, Mawlavi Hayatullah as the head of the Council of Ulema of Daikundi, Mawlavi Abdulhadi as the head of the Council of Ulema of Maidan Wardak, Mawlavi Abdulqayum as the head of the Council of Ulema of Bamyan, and Shaikh Mohammad Anwar as the head of the Council of Ulema of Nuristan. The decreestates that the officials and members of the Council of Ulema of the provinces mentioned above are obligated to provide advice under their regulations to enhance the coordination of affairs in the provinces and on matters entrusted to the relevant provincial authorities in the light of Islamic text. The provincial officials are also obliged to act per the advice of the Council of Ulema, as per their regulations, and make an effort to implement these regulations. Mukhtar Safi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.