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Two periods Jihad’s goal to establish Islamic system in country, Mawlavi Kabir

KABUL: The Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs of the Islamic Emirate Mawlavi Abdul Kabir, addressing a public meeting in the country’s northeastern province of Panjshir, said that the goal of the two periods of Jihad was to end the occupation and establish an Islamic system in the country. The gathering was attended by a number of high-ranking government officials and locals, scholars, Mujahidin and elders, Arg said in a statement the other day. Mawlavi Kabir asked the residents to encourage their sons living in neighboring countries to return home as the Islamic Emirate has no enmity with anyone, according to the statement. “There is currently no space for ethnic and linguistic discrimination as well as hypocrisy in Afghanistan and everyone should work together for the country’s construction, development and prosperity,” the statement quoted Mawlavi Kabir as saying. The deputy PM according to the statement, went on as saying that the IEA’s political and commercial relations with the world are secure and the government is committed to the development and reconstruction of Afghanistan and is doing its best to gain selfsufficiency soon. Meanwhile, the provincial scholars expressed pleasure in good local governance and good services of the relevant officials and announced their full support and cooperation with the current Islamic system, the statement added. “The people were tired of the corrupted and failed officials of the previous government and no one will support them. We do not want the repetition of anarchy, violence, insecurity and corruption in the country,” the statement quoted the scholars as saying. They asked the leadership of the Islamic Emirate to pay enough attention to the implementation of development projects and provide the people with job opportunities in the province. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.