All posts tagged: Saifullah Mustanir

Seeking Justice from the United Nations is Similar to Expecting Guidance from Satan!

The Permanent Mission of Afghanistan to the United Nations recently tweeted that: “The UN Credentials Committee met today and decided to defer its decision on Afghanistan seat at the UN. Thus, the current Mission representing the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan will continue its work at the UN. The Committee will present its report to the […]

Is there any System that Would Put an End to American Arrogance in the Islamic World?!

The Pentagon has recently declared that the US drone strike in Kabul on August 29th that killed 10 innocent civilians, including women and children, was a regrettable mistake but was not a misconduct nor violation of rule. The attack took place near a residential area near Kabul Airport. A car suspected to be belonging to […]

Is There Anyone to Expose the Hypocrisy of the Occupying US and Demand for a Change in the World Order?!

On Tuesday, August 3, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, over a phone conversation with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, reiterated the United States’ strong and enduring commitment to Afghanistan. The statement of the US State Department declared that both sides in addition to condemning the Taliban attacks (as a result of which the people’s life […]

The End of American War; Will Afghanistan Sustain a Desirable Peace?

In his recent address to the Congress, US President Joe Biden has remarked that: “It’s time to end America’s longest war.” “We cannot continue the cycle of extending or expanding our military presence in Afghanistan hoping to create the ideal conditions for our withdrawal, expecting a different result. We can’t justify keeping our military presence […]

The History Will Repeat Again and Again If You Do Not Learn a Lesson!

During his recent trip, the US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad has handed a draft of the interim government plan in Afghanistan with the Afghan government and a number of Afghan political leaders. This ten-page draft plan envisions several possible scenarios concerning the formation of ‘interim government of peace’. Based on the plan, […]

The Peace Process is to Weaken and Divide the Taliban, not to Stop the War!

During the first Bonn Conference in 2001, where four major Afghan parties were invited to shape the political future of Afghanistan, two main political fronts, i.e. the Hizb e Islami of Afghanistan and the Taliban Movement, were secluded from the event by the US. Such a scenario had explicitly meant to provoke a potentially robust […]