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KHOST, Jan. 28 – During visit to Khost, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the political deputy prime minister of the IEA, participated in graduation ceremony of Khost Jihadi Madrasa, as reported by ARG. The event took place today and was attended by acting minister Hafiz Anas Haqqani, several deputy ministers, scholars, local authorities of Khost, thousands of […]
KHOST, Jan. 28 – During visit to Khost, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the political deputy prime minister of the IEA, participated in graduation ceremony of Khost Jihadi Madrasa, as reported by ARG.
The event took place today and was attended by acting minister Hafiz Anas Haqqani, several deputy ministers, scholars, local authorities of Khost, thousands of residents, and mujahideen.
Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, in his speech at the meeting held at the stadium of Khost province, congratulated the graduating scholars, officials, and seminarians of the Jihadi madrasa. He acknowledged the efforts of madrasas and scholars, highlighting their contribution to bringing peace to the country and providing a solid educational foundation.
Mawlawi Abdul Kabir described the current government as a complete Islamic system, emphasizing that the collaboration between the nation, Afghan tribes, and the Islamic Emirate led to the success of the jihad against the West. He stated that those who oppose the Islamic system have no place in the country, and the people will not tolerate any rebellion against it. Mawlawi Abdul Kabir expressed that Afghan people are weary of war after nearly five decades of conflict, and their ultimate goal has been achieved with the establishment of the Islamic system in the country.
The Political Deputy Prime Minister emphasized the need to focus on nation-building rather than perpetuating wars and insecurity. He called on individuals and scholars to support the Islamic system, assuring that the rights of all citizens are protected and prejudice and discrimination have been eliminated. Mawlawi Abdul Kabir expressed gratitude to the tribal leaders of Khost for their cooperation and emphasized the importance of maintaining strong relations between the tribal leaders, the people, and the government.
He stated that the Islamic Emirate seeks positive and constructive relations with other countries and is open to dialogue for problem-solving. However, he highlighted that no amount of pressure on the Islamic Emirate will yield results. Sheikh Muhammad Khalid Hanafi, the Acting Minister of Propagation of Virtue and Prevention of Vice , and Hearing Complaints, also addressed the meeting, congratulating the graduating scholars and urging them to fulfill their responsibility in societal reform.
Sheikh Khalid stated that the West attempted to lead Afghan society astray with concepts like democracy, but they failed to achieve their goals. He emphasized that the Islamic Emirate is responsible for safeguarding women’s rights within the framework of Islamic rules, and women have the right to attain their rights.
Hafiz Anas Haqqani, a member of the political commission of the Islamic Emirate, emphasized in his speech the improved facilities provided to religious seminaries and encouraged the graduate scholars to continue their studies and pursue higher education. Haqqani emphasized that teaching and higher education should take precedence over employment for the graduated scholars, as this will contribute to the progress of society.
Sheikh Abdul Wahid Tariq, the General Director of Jihadi Madrasas, highlighted the efforts of the Islamic Emirate in strengthening madrasas and enhancing the quality of education. He mentioned that jihadi seminaries have been established in 33 provinces, and to date, 3,000 individuals have graduated from these seminaries.
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