Publish dateSaturday 15 June 2024 - 14:08
Story Code : 292036
Congratulatory Message from Mawlavi Hebatullah Akhundzada, on the Occasion of Eid-ul Adha
Mawlawi Hebatullah Akhundzada, leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), in a message on the occasion of Eid al-Adha has said that IEA seeks to establish political and economic relations with the world within the framework of Sharia.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: “The Islamic Emirate seeks to establish political and economic relations within the framework of Sharia, particularly with Islamic countries, and has fulfilled its obligations in this regard,” Akhundzada said.
He called on investors and traders to invest in various sectors for further economic development and to alleviate the economic difficulties faced by the people.
IEA leader told the citizens that it is their responsibility to “protect, nurture and serve our Sharia-based system.”
He stated that under the governance of the Islamic Emirate, the Sharia rights of all citizens are ensured and protected. “No individual can commit injustice or aggression against others; oppression is prevented, and the rights of the oppressed are upheld.”
Although the leader of the Islamic Emirate did not say anything about the issue of girls’ education; but he noted that “significant measures have been taken to elevate religious practices and to expand and strengthen religious centers.”
In the message, IEA leader also condemned “the Israeli Zionist attacks and oppression on women, children, and innocent Muslims in Gaza and other regions of Palestine.”
“We call on other countries to fulfill their obligations effectively to prevent these heinous crimes and brutal atrocities,” he added.
“Our enemies hope that after the success of Jihad against communism, the differences that they created among the Mujahedeen will also arise among the officials of the Islamic Emirate. But we tell them that this wish will not come true and your evil goal will not be achieved, Insha Allah,” Akhundzada said.
He said that the IEA, in line with Islamic principles, seeks good relations with others based on mutual respect and understanding, and urges everyone not to entertain any doubts regarding the good intentions and sincerity of the Islamic Emirate.
“Our commitment and dedication are firm, and we expect and demand respect for Afghanistan’s sovereignty, integrity, and dignity, ensuring that any disagreements are addressed through dialogue and with mutual respect,” he said.
He said that in the realm of international relations among all countries, IEA aims to pursue a balanced and economically-focused policy in the light of Islam.
“We seek diplomatic and economic relations with all nations, ensuring that Afghanistan’s security, stability, and prosperity serve as a favorable opportunity for others. We urge international community to maintain good relations with the Islamic Emirate, and adopt strategies in the spirit of mutual benefits,” he added.
Akhundzada said that the Islamic Emirate’s foundation lies on the principles of Islam and the well-being of the Muslim community.
“We share common faith, beliefs, and convictions, binding us together. In times of joy and sorrow, we stand united, supporting each other with equal participation and collaboration, leveraging our abilities to the best of our capabilities. Indeed, creating a common ground and resolving our shared challenges is essential. The Islamic Emirate aims to foster an environment conducive to achieving this goal,” he said.
IEA leader mentioned that security does not come from “being tough and killing more; rather, security is aligned with Sharia and justice.”
“Injustice and being opposed to Sharia leads to insecurity. Therefore, self-correction is necessary, as every official and individual’s wrongdoing adversely affects the entire system,” he said.
“In this era, we must ensure that we pass on a positive legacy to future generations, with good history, sound laws, and strong principles. We should pay extra attention to the hereafter and seek the pleasure of Allah Almighty,” he said.
Akhuundzada urged IEA officials to encourage and motivate people towards Islamic values and ethics, inspire them and use gentle persuasion rather than force. “Hatred is instilled through force, while encouragement fosters sincerity and dedication.”
On education, he said that for the religious and modern education of the new generation, the Ministry of Education has broad structures in all provinces and districts and it has operationalized hundreds of religious and scientific centers.
“It is the responsibility of every Muslim to provide good upbringing, education, and opportunities for their children, so that they should attain religious knowledge,” he added.
Referring to the issue of Palestine, IEA leader regretted that the international community often falls short in effectively addressing the injustices faced by the people of Palestine. 
“Despite claims of upholding human rights, there is a lack of meaningful action to curb the ongoing oppression and to hold perpetrators of these injustices accountable,” Akhundzada said. “This is indeed a source of profound sorrow, and it underscores the urgent need for all responsible parties to fulfill their obligations in addressing this grievous situation.”/Ariana
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