Post via Islamic Emirate
26th July 2017
For the past sixteen years, the invaders and their stooge internal allies led by America have kept on flaring up flames of war in Afghanistan and plunging the Afghan people into grief and tragedy. They have stripped the Afghans of independence and the right to establish a system based on their own beliefs, contrary to all accepted international laws, as it being a fundamental right of the peoples at world’s level. Notwithstanding that the invaders and the stooges level accusations against the Islamic Emirate that it insists on fighting and are not willing to reach a peaceful solution of the issue. Hence, they are trying to hold the Islamic Emirate responsible for the ongoing war and crisis.
Fighting is not a choice for the Islamic Emirate rather a necessity because, our legitimate rights have been snatched and the Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate are ready to defend their rights at the stronghold as well as on the table (of negotiation).
The current esteemed leader of the Islamic Emirate Sheikh-ul-hadith Habatullah Akhundzada (May Allah SwT protect him), like former esteemed leaders of the Islamic Emirate, has explicitly proposed peaceful solution of the issue of Afghanistan in his Eid message. He has devolved the task of finding a peaceful solution of the issue to the political office, a well-known venue of contact. But unfortunately, the invaders and their allies want and see the solution of the Afghan Issue in the influx of troops, bombardments and night raids. Had it been possible to resolve the issue through such approach, then it would have been resolved in the past one and a half decade. Likely, the solution of the issue of Afghanistan does not lie in the self-serving analysis of American generals who see their privileges and material benefits only in war. Nor does the solution lie in the analysis of biased analysts, while themselves sitting in luxury rooms ten thousand kilometer away from Afghanistan and unaware of the ground realities of Afghanistan, implausibly honing justifications for prolongation of occupation and oppression instead of solution. The solution of the issue is that the invaders should come down from their ostensible arrogance and admit the legitimate rights of the Afghan people.
If the Islamic Emirate ever obtains its legitimate rights through a peaceful way then it doesn’t want continuation of war for a single moment, nor does it have the agenda to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries. Rather, we have seen that whenever the Islamic Emirate has availed an opportunity as a result of a lull in fighting, they have turned to the wellbeing of the people. Currently, rehabilitation works are going on in the Islamic Emirate’s control areas and thousands of students are receiving modern and religious education in IEA areas. The implementation and continuation of national projects have been possible due to the commitment of the Islamic Emirate. Therefore, the invaders cannot say that the Islamic Emirate wants continuation of war and is focused only on fighting.
America and her allies should realize that they are not only facing a group but confronting a national uprising under the leadership of the Islamic Emirate.
If the invaders really want a peaceful solution of the issue of Afghanistan, they should admit the legitimate rights of the Afghan Mujahid nation. They should consider removing obstacles in the way of peace rather than creating further hurdles. Neither should they sacrifice the Afghan nation nor independence and peace of our country for their long term regional colonialist objectives.
Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad. She is a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.