Thirsty for Peace: Afghanistan and Taliban

Afghan peace conference, Afghan government and Taliban hold several talks but end without any results

Afghan peace conference, Afghan government and Taliban hold several talks but end without any results

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How much a large section of Afghans themselves and the outside world may disagree with the Afghan Taliban’s way of life and their recorded governance style, this fact is unavoidable and now fully proven that the Taliban is the dominant political force in the country. Equally important is the fact that the Taliban is a political force emanating from Afghanistan’s response to severe internal chaos. The miracle of the unification of tribal Afghanistan’s political organizations was an immediate reaction of the Soviet Union’s invasion and occupation of Afghanistan. After December 1979, the Sovietization of Afghanistan took place by the way, the unity of Afghan mujahideen consisting of multicultural political tribes, beyond color and race and language, was united, his divisive disagreement did not allow the declaration of jihad from his joint platform to end Russian occupation and continued the Jihad with the full support of jihadist allies in their respective territories. It was never a war of the United States or Europe but with this free world, not only Pakistan but the whole world was supportive of the Soviet Union’s withdrawal from Afghanistan in diplomatic and political terms. The record of UN General Assembly meetings during this 10-year war provides irrefutable evidence of this. How the world was divided and cited by parties, supporters and opponents. It was a very clear and open world position (except countries included in the Warsaw Pact) and India and Bhutan. That Soviet occupation forces would leave Afghanistan and restore its sovereignty. How will autonomy be restored after withdrawal? It had nothing to do with it, and no one could guess what the transitional power would be and how long it would be. At the last session of the General Assembly on the subject, Bhutan also voted in favor of a global position independent of Indian pressure.

Two years before the withdrawal of Russian forces, the question must have arisen in Pakistan, whose government would be formed in Kabul after the withdrawal? Western countries were worried that the ill-fated Russian-dominated government would not remain. Pakistan was rightly a friend or at least not an anti-Pakistan government like the previous governments, Iran had its own reservations; it was so concerned that the Persian-speaking population should be represented in the government. While those in the active fabric of Afghan jihad, those with deep Islamic thinking are clearly referring to their political dominance. Russia, before leaving Afghanistan, could transform Kabul into a shadowy city to maintain its governing power in Kabul, it was only by organizing it that the Mujahideen fought for some time to organize and unite, while the ultimate success was not yet assured, each party’s desire to come to power increased so much that it ended itself in civil war by ending the last Russian government. The efforts of the international donors of Afghanistan and Islamic countries, especially Pakistan, to establish a united and stable government have not proved fruitful, as the Russians failed to achieve peace and stability in all formulas regarding power, after the testimony of 1.5 million Afghans to end the occupation, and when the formation of a united government became impossible, the public power from the palaces across the country was known as the Taliban. Who established not only the government but also demonstrated the ideal peace in Afghanistan. How did Pakistan get into this cycle of thinking that the Taliban’s lifestyle and conservatism are not compatible with Pakistanis? The Taliban value Pakistan because Pakistan is the real peacemaker in Afghanistan. After Afghanistan, we were the victims of such a major World War where there were 45 million Afghan refugees who are still 3 million today. Therefore, Pakistan’s decision to surrender to the Taliban government was 100% certain that the whole of Afghanistan was as thirsty for peace as it is today. It is to be noted that not only the Benazir government but Ms Mumtaz Ali Khan instead of marrying the Taliban as Prime Minister. The fact of the matter is that the Sikhs of the United States and the United Kingdom were breathing hard not to admit it. However, the Taliban’s extremist actions have also shown resentment.

9/11 re-engulfed Afghanistan in an internal war in which foreign forces gathered in the Taliban and Pakistan’s Waziristan to fight jihadists around the world. Today, Afghanistan is thirsty for peace again. The dominant and irrevocable political power that Pakistan understood with its inception and the world has accepted it today is subject to the withdrawal of its desired role by foreign forces. This time the horrific experience of leaving Kabul as a shadowy can not be repeated. Afghan Anarchy Hostages Central Asian States Free 30 Years. Then Pakistan, when there is peace, we can focus on our development and development. But the Afghan brothers who are in the streets and palaces, not just the Taliban, every faction, every class, remember that peace cannot be established in their country without their unity and harmony. Pakistan is also multicultural, we are not a more united nation but our consensus is that our constitution and the peace and unity at a certain level we have maintained. Do not wait for Afghan, US and Pakistan to become realistic and also come to Intera dialogue, which they demonstrated at the Afghan Peace Conference in Bhurban last month.


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