After the American claim that Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed in Kabul, the "Islamic Emirate" said that it does not know about his arrival and residence in Kabul.
Zabihullah Mujahid; The spokesman of "Islamic Emirate" said in an official announcement that after the air attack on a residential house in Kabul, "Joe Biden; The American president claimed that in this attack Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri; They have targeted the leader of al-Qaeda. The Islamic Emirate has no knowledge of the arrival and residence of Ayman al-Zawahiri here."
The statement added that the intelligence agencies are still investigating various aspects of this incident and they have been ordered to conduct a serious and comprehensive investigation in this regard.
Mujahid emphasized that there is no threat to America or other countries from Afghanistan.
He called this American attack "an encroachment on the territory of Afghanistan" and once again condemned it and warned that if it happens again, the responsibility of "any consequences" will be on the shoulders of America.
Recently, Sirajuddin Haqqani also told an Indian media: "Al-Qaeda has no presence in Afghanistan and there is no threat from Afghanistan to the world."
Regardless of the truth or falsity of the claim that the leader of the Al-Qaeda network was in Kabul and that he was killed as a result of the US airstrike, the fact is that the recent attack once again showed that the covert and overt involvement of the US in Afghanistan has not ended; Rather, due to the developments of the last year, only its form has changed.
As Zabihullah Mujahid has said, the recent US attack on Kabul was an encroachment on Afghanistan's territory; an aggression that the US has officially announced that it will repeat whenever it wants and will not ask anyone's permission for it.
This means that America still claims the right to dominate Afghanistan and does not recognize its national sovereignty and political independence as an independent country.
Another point is that America continues to violate Afghanistan's airspace and drop bombs on civilian areas under various pretexts.
These facts show that America's war with the Taliban and the people of Afghanistan has not ended, and the idea that they live in peace with us; the peace on which the Doha agreement is based is nothing more than a simplistic optimism.
With this account, as the spokesman of "Islamic Emirate" has warned, the government should never allow such deadly and destructive aggressions to become a normal and everyday issue, and in this way, the right of America to recklessly violate Afghanistan's national sovereignty. Be implicitly recognized.
The "Islamic Emirate" is responsible for defending the security, national sovereignty, territorial integrity, independence of the country and the lives and property of the people of Afghanistan, and even if a power like the United States unilaterally and without any authorization and legitimacy gives itself the right to intervene whenever it wants. If these cases are violated, the government must fulfill its fundamental duty of defending the homeland and the people against it.
The important point that was confirmed after the recent attack is that the US is still at war with the Taliban and Afghanistan and the Doha Peace Treaty is unilaterally violated by Washington. Therefore, the struggle to communicate with the US and emphasize the necessity of Washington's adherence to the principles of the Doha Agreement is futile and will not change America's views and positions towards Afghanistan.
Therefore, the "Islamic Emirate" in the current situation, in addition to securing national interests and obtaining the vital rights of the Afghan people through political and diplomatic means, should also keep in mind that today's America is different from the America of the past 20 years, which was busy occupying and Rape, murder, robbery, crime, repression and oppression were in Afghanistan, there is no difference. The priorities and strategic interests of the United States have not changed; rather, only the tactics and means of achieving them have undergone a slight change.
With this account, the fact that America's war with the Taliban has not ended should form the basis of the foreign policy and security strategy of the "Islamic Emirate" towards America, and only then will the people of Afghanistan be assured that the interests, security, independence And the sovereignty and territory of the country will be the red lines of the established government in dealing with or confronting any foreign aggressor power.