The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Islamic countries’ scholars urged to convey IEA’s achievements to world

KABUL: The Deputy Prime Minister for Administrative Affairs, Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, in a meeting, with a number of scholars of the Islamic countries urged them to convey the achievements of the Islamic Emirate to the world countries, his office said in a statement the other day. Speaking at the meeting, Hanafi said the role of Islamic scholars is very vital in establishing unity among Muslim nations and they should make efforts towards strengthening relationships and cooperation among the Islamic countries, according to the statement. “Establishing peace and security throughout Afghanistan, eliminating administrative corruption, banning cultivation, trade and trafficking of drugs, rounding up and treating drug addicts, and determining income for the disabled and needy people were the most significant achievements of the Islamic Emirate over the past two years,” the statement quoted Hanafi as saying. Referring to the forced detention and deportation of Afghan refugees by Pakistani officials, Hanafi said although this deportation is done against all international norms, the Islamic Emirate has managed this process well and dealt with the problems of the returnees. Hanafi asked the international community to support the Islamic Emirate in the provision of houses for the newly returning Afghan immigrants. Dr. Ali Mahiuddin Ali Qara Daghi, expressed satisfaction over the establishment of the Islamic system in Afghanistan and said that the unity of Islamic countries and nations in international affairs is one of the current needs, and Islamic governments should work to establish cooperation and coordination among the Islamic Nations. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.