Tuesday, 19 October 2021

First Official Conference of Taliban after taking over the nation

First Official Conference of Taliban after taking over the nation

 After the Kabul seizure, the Taliban vowed to protect women's rights "within the limits" of Islamic law in their first official press briefing.

Addressing a press conference inside the Presidential Palace in Kabul, Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid asserted that women's rights would be protecting "but within the limits of Islamic and sharia laws."

Al Jazeera quoted Mujahid as saying.

"The women are going will be very active in society, but within the framework of Islam,"

After First Official conference the spokesperson of the Taliban said they wished for peaceful relations with other nations, adding that they do not want any 

"internal or external enemies."

"We want to assure our neighbouring countries that our land will not be misused against them. International community should also recognise us".

In the First Official conference Taliban Calling the Ghani-led government "incompetent," the Taliban spokesperson said that they planned to stop at the gates of Kabul after capturing the rest of the areas.

Zabihullah Mujahid said.

"We want to assured the security of international embassies and organisations in Kabul. Our plan was to stop at the gates of Kabul after capturing rest of the areas but, unfortunately, the previous government was incompetent. They could not provide security. We will provide security to all foreign organisations now. We don't seek any enemies. inside or outside Afghanistan," 

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Responding to question about differences between the 1990s Taliban and the current one, Mujahid said the ideology and beliefs are the same because they are Muslims. Still, there is a change in terms of experience. He added that they are more experienced and have different perspectives.

The Taliban spokesperson pledged to honor women's rights but within the norms of Islamic law. His declaration that the Taliban would protect women's rights comes after their resurgence has brought back the fear among the women of their earlier rule that severely restricted women's lives and freedoms.

Mujahid also said that the Taliban wanted private media houses to "remain independent," pointing up journalists who "should not work against national interest."

Mujahid is also pointing up that Afghanistan would not allow itself to harbor anyone targeting other nations.

That was a crucial demand in a deal the militants struck with the Trump administration in 2020, leading to the ultimate US withdrawal under Joe Biden's reign.

He promised that insurgents would secure Afghanistan after taking over the country following a blitz that lasted over a week.

Mujahid said the Taliban fighters sought no revenge.

Many Afghans live in fear that the Taliban will return to the country the cruel act they used when they took charge last time, and foreign officials have said they have to wait to see if the terrorists make good on their promises.

Taliban has guaranteed to secure Afghanistan after the insurgents took over the country following a blitz that lasted over a week.

The Taliban spokesman also asserted that no one would use Afghan territory for attacks against any nation.

Al Jazeera quoted Mujahid as saying.

"I would like to promise the international community, including the United States, that nobody will be harmed," 

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