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Most significant accomplishments of Shaheed Amir-ul-Momineen, may Allah accept him

By: Musa Farhad

Martyred Amir-ulMomineen Mul lah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour (May Allah have mercy upon him) was a very strong political and military leader of the Islamic Emirate, who was tragically martyred by an American aircraft near the Durand Line in May 2016. Martyred Amir-ul-Momineen (May Allah Accept Him) was the prominent figure who shaped a significant chapter in our history following Amir-ulMomineen Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid. Martyred Amir-ul-Momineen (May Allah Accept Him), was entrusted with the responsibility of maintaining order and unity within the Jihad movement during challenging times, as two deputies of Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid were captured one after another and one of them met a martyr’s fate in prison. At the time when the reins of the emirate were handed over to Martyred Amir-ul-Momineen (May Allah Accept Him), Afghanistan was confronted with a peak presence of foreign invaders, with over 100,000 foreign soldiers stationed in the country. The Mujahidin faced the imminent threat of disintegration across military, financial, political, and social spheres. However, Martyred Amir-ulMomineen (May Allah Accept Him) with great composure and strategic acumen, confronted the challenging circumstances and significantly strengthened and systematically organized the ranks of the Jihad movement. The long-lasting and positive impact of his accomplishments extended beyond the emirate’s ranks and permeated the lives of the Afghan people. His greatest achievement was the comprehensive organization of the Jihad movement throughout the country, forging a united front from leadership positions down to the grassroots. In addition to establishing a robust military structure, Martyred Amir-ul-Momineen (May Allah Accept Him) introduced administrative units in the form of commissions and committees, each functioning as a ministry with full authority and competence within their designated domains. As a result of his efforts, the Jihad movement of the Emirate transformed from a mere movement into a parallel government. Its far-reaching consequences were directly observed in the lives of the Afghan people. Previously, although the people, under the leadership of a single Amir, engaged in Jihad and conducted operations against the enemy, their movements were primarily military and guerrilla in nature. Such a situation naturally posed challenges to maintaining order and discipline, thereby affecting civilian life. However, Martyred Amirul-Momineen (May Allah have mercy upon him), through the implementation of a comprehensive plan, successfully organized the ranks of the military Mujahidin into zones, fronts, divisions, and smaller units, simultaneously establishing various administrative bodies such as judicial, political, financial, cultural, and outreach commissions. These structures were implemented in all provinces and districts of the country, with civilian officials working alongside military personnel. This parallel government system continues to function effectively to this day. It was widely acknowledged by the Western press and even within certain circles of the Kabul administration that 80% of the Afghan population seeks resolution for their legal and everyday issues from Islamic Emirate courts and offices, rather than the corrupt Kabul government. The lack of hope for genuine and fair solutions from the corrupt regime in Kabul has contributed to this trend. The integration and practical organization of the Jihad movement within the Islamic Emirate had immediate effects, leading to the success and victory of the Mujahidin. As a result, the Islamic Emirate has evolved into an independent, capable, and representative system, both within Afghanistan and on the global stage. These achievements are a testament to the initiative and relentless efforts of Martyred Amir-ul-Momineen (May Allah Accept Him), for which both the Emirate and the Afghan nation stand at the threshold of success.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.