The Islamic Emirate’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Amir Khan Muttaqi blamed some world malicious groups for planning to create disunity among Afghans and to divide Muslims into groups, parties, and ethnic groups. “The conspiracies and plans of the world are made to divide the Muslim communities into parties, tribes, and different groups,” the country’s Foreign Minister said. Afghanistan, under the Islamic system that resumed power more than two years ago, has had great and tangible achievements in economic, security, and political areas with the help of Allah Almighty, over the past two years, and the efforts of the Islamic system, the country developed in the fields of security, politics and economy and most importantly it regained its full independence and became self-reliant comparing the last 20 years of foreign occupation. After retaking power, the U.S. and its allies started blaming the Islamic Emirate for violating human rights and the rights of women and girls, including their work and education, while the incumbent Islamic system has never denied their rights and has frequently said that their education will eventually be restored and moreover, all former government’s female officials are regularly going to their offices and they see no hindrance on their way business countrywide. Also, the Islamic Emirate has formed an inclusive government, fought drugs and insurgency. Despite this, some world countries are still seeking pretext to divide Afghans into ethnic groups to reach their own vicious target. The world should know that a peaceful, stable and progressive Afghanistan is a must for the region and the whole world. On the other hand, recognition of the current incumbent system is very important for the world as the move will definitely lead to further gradual development in relations between Afghanistan and other nations and would help in removing misunderstandings between the Islamic Emirate and the international community. So, the world countries, instead of fueling discord between different tribes and ethics of Afghanistan, should soften their policies towards the ruling Islamic system and resume direct and official cooperation in terms of politics, economy and humanitarian assistance.