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KABUL, Dec. 27 – A commemorating ceremony marking 44th anniversary of Soviet Union invasion held today in Radio Television hall where esteemed figures such as Honorable Maulvi Abdus Salam Hanafi, the Administrative Deputy of the Ministry of Ministers, alongside several cabinet members, scholars, and Mujahideen, attended the ceremony. Honorable Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the Political Deputy […]
KABUL, Dec. 27 – A commemorating ceremony marking 44th anniversary of Soviet Union invasion held today in Radio Television hall where esteemed figures such as Honorable Maulvi Abdus Salam Hanafi, the Administrative Deputy of the Ministry of Ministers, alongside several cabinet members, scholars, and Mujahideen, attended the ceremony.
Honorable Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the Political Deputy Prime Minister in the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, delivered a speech at a ceremony held at the Radio and Television Hall to commemorate the 44th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan.
Honorable Mawlawi Abdul Kabir strongly denounced the Soviet Union’s aggression and referred to the 6th of Jadi as a dark day in Afghanistan’s history. He emphasized that the Afghan people could not tolerate foreign ideologies and the Soviet invasion, leading them to embark on a sacred jihad against it.
He highlighted that the sacrifice of the Afghan Mujahideen resulted in the defeat of the Soviet Union and the communist regime in Afghanistan. However, he acknowledged that the absence of a comprehensive Islamic system was due to power struggles among the leaders of the Mujahideen.
The Political Deputy PM expressed deep respect for all Mujahideen, recognizing that those who defeated America and NATO today were either directly involved in resisting the Soviet aggression or their brothers and children.
The Political Deputy PM stated that following the civil wars, the Islamic Emirate, under the leadership of the late Amir-ul-Momineen Mullah Muhammad Omar Mujahid, understood that the Western powers could not tolerate their authority and the Islamic system. Consequently, they sought excuses to attack Afghanistan.
He further added that if Osama bin Laden had not been present in Afghanistan, America would have found another pretext to carry out an attack.
Honorable Mawlawi Abdul Kabir reiterated that the Islamic Emirate, as an independent system, seeks to establish strong and respectful relations with the world and neighboring countries based on Islamic principles. They will not permit anyone from Afghanistan to pose threats or concerns to others.
During the ceremony, Honorable Mawlawi Abdul Salam Hanafi, the Administrative Deputy Prime Minister, addressed the audience, highlighting the 6th of Jadi as the day when the Afghan nation endured pain, calamity, sorrow, and the martyrdoms of scholars and professors.
He mentioned that after the collapse of the communist regime, certain individuals, driven by personal goals, undermined the fruits of jihad and initiated a civil war in Afghanistan. However, after America’s defeat, the Islamic Emirate proclaimed a general amnesty instead of seeking revenge, aiming to establish a peaceful life for everyone across the country.
He emphasized that the Islamic governing system considers the reconstruction of the nation as its responsibility, allocating budgets for various construction projects annually.
Honorable Khalifa Sirajuddin Haqqani, the Acting Minister of Interior Affairs, delivered a speech during the ceremony, stating that the power of Afghanistan’s enemies has now diminished, and they can no longer impose their will on the Afghan people. He stressed the importance of close collaboration between the nation and the government.
Honorable Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaqi, the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, expressed the need to protect the victims and prevent the enemies of the country from having another opportunity to intervene after the defeat of the Red Army and subsequent Western interventions in Afghanistan. He emphasized that the current system emerged as a result of the sacrifices made by millions of victims, and their protection is a collective responsibility.
Additionally, Mullah Khairullah Khairkhwah, the Acting Minister of Information and Culture, discussed the 6th of Jadi as a valuable lesson for the new generation. He emphasized that the Afghan people should not repeat the mistakes of those who violated Afghanistan before them, emphasizing the importance of cherishing and preserving the homeland.
Numerous cabinet members and officials from the Islamic Emirate also participated in this significant ceremony.
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