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News Headlines 14/09/2019

• Saudi Foreign Minister Determined to Bolster Cyprus Ties • Taliban Seeking Support to Force U.S. from Afghanistan: Reuters • Pakistan Celebrities Flock to Imran Khan’s Kashmir Rally Saudi Foreign Minister Determined to Bolster Cyprus Ties Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister says his country is keen to explore ways of strengthening relations with Cyprus given the […]

Get Out of Afghanistan!!!

Al Jazeera published a media report on 29th August 2019 in which some Afghan women request the US with the following words: “Don’t leave us now.” The phrases refer to the ongoing Peace Deal and cooperation with the Taliban. In this report, the women raise their voices against the return of the Taliban and express […]

America is Isolated and Weakened by Asymmetrical Warfare in Afghanistan but Pakistan Unable to Capitalize

As the Taliban’s leadership and the Trump administration inch towards some kind of “peace deal”, it is quite evident that America is the real loser. After 18 years of fighting, America has spent close to $975 billion, lost 2,219 soldiers, and has to care for 20,198 wounded combatants. [1, 2] In return, Washington has very […]

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 […]

Statement of Hizb ut Tahrir/ Wilayah Afghanistan regarding the recent brutal attack on a wedding in Kabul, Afghanistan

The Blood of Afghan Muslims: A Tool to Gain Privilege in the Peace Process In the recent brutal explosion on a wedding reception in the west of Kabul nearly 100 civilians were killed and hundreds wounded. The Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir in Wilayah Afghanistan condemns the explosion in the strongest possible terms, and […]

America’s Diplomatic Language, under the guise of Peace, Imply the Continuation of War in Afghanistan

As the eighth round of peace talks between the American and the Taliban delegations kicked off in Doha, Zalmay Khalilzad, the US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, wrote on his Twitter: “The Taliban are signaling they would like to conclude an agreement. We are ready for a good agreement.” He also added, “We are pursuing […]