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Islamic Emirate making efforts to “regulate all matters in the light of Islamic Sharia”

KABUL: The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) has said it was making effort to arrange all issues in the light of the Islamic Sharia, Chief Spokesman of the Islamic Emirate wrote on his Twitter handle the other day pointing to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) meeting on Afghanistan.
“Regarding the meeting of the UN Security Council, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan understands their concerns, but the Islamic Emirate tries to regulate all matters in the light of Islamic Sharia,” Mujahid twitted.
“Considering the responsibility, it has towards the people and religion, the Islamic Emirate cannot allow acts against Sharia in the country. Countries and international organizations should understand the religious demands of our nation and not link humanitarian issues/aid to politics.
Based on our religious principles and values, we are ready to cooperate in any field,” he said.
The IEA spokesman, in a statement also said about the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting and said that the Islamic Emirate welcomes the meeting and its declaration on Afghanistan.
“Indeed, the international community should continue its cooperation with Afghans and no one should interfere in Afghanistan’s internal affairs,” said the IEA spokesman.
Concerns of the OIC organization regarding women’s education are understandable, but the Islamic Emirate has taken a temporary step in this regard, and this concern will be resolved soon, according to him. The Islamic Emirate wants the all international organizations, especially the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), to have a close understanding with the Islamic Emirate, said Mujahid.
The UNSC and OIC’s meetings on Afghanistan come after a ban on women’s work and education by the Islamic Emirate which the authorities said the statement on women and girls education was temporal that would be lifted duly.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.