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Two families reconcile after 25 years of enmity in Panjshir

BAZARAK: Two tribes reconciled and ended 25 years of enmity as a result of efforts of the local officials of the Islamic Emirate in the country’s northeastern province of Panjshir, the provincial press office said in a statement the other day. A ceremony that was organized on this occasion was attended by a number of provincial officials including Governor Hafiz Mohammad Agha Hakim, and Mawlavi Qiamuddin Hanif, the head of the Panjshir’s Ulama Council, the statement further said. A 25-year enmity between two big families in the Manjoor region of the provincial capital that had resulted in the killing of three individuals and injuring of two others, the burning of both sides’ houses and properties and the destruction of gardens, has been solved as a result of efforts of the local officials, the provincial Conflict Resolution Committee and Scholars Council, the statement said. Speaking at the ceremony, Agha Hakim said that the religion of Islam is the religion of brotherhood, equality, love, and tolerance, and Muslims should avoid enmity, and differences according to Allah’s orders. “With the support of Almighty Allah and the efforts of Afghans, security has been ensured countrywide. A safe and peaceful environment has been provided and all Afghans are brotherly living across the country,” the statement quoted Agha Hakim as saying. He also asked either side to forget everything and turn to a peaceful or brotherhood life. A few weeks ago, a 15-year enmity between a resident of the Paryan district of the Panjshir and a Kochi of the Bagram district of Parwan, in a special ceremony, had been solved as a result of efforts of the local officials, the provincial Conflict Resolution Committee and Scholars Council of the province. The Kabul Times

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