Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) 10 Aug 2022 - 8:46 https://www.avapress.com/en/news/256899/naeem-wardak-no-one-in-afghanistan-has-any-political-or-military-activity-against-the-world -------------------------------------------------- Title : Naeem Wardak: No one in Afghanistan has any political or military activity against the world -------------------------------------------------- After US President Joe Biden's claim that Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of al-Qaeda, was killed during the country's drone attack in Kabul, now the visible and hidden angles of this event have been reflected in social networks with different narratives from the authorities of the Islamic Emirate. Text : Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): A few days ago, Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate in Kabul, tweeted that as a result of the investigation and investigation at the site of the US drone attack, no body was found to prove that Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed.   Meanwhile, Naeem Wardak, the political spokesman of the Islamic Emirate in Qatar, has recently tweeted that the Islamic Emirate has promised in the Doha Agreement that Afghanistan s soil will not be used against the international community.   According to Wardak, the goal is that no one in Afghanistan does political and military activities against the countries of the world; A person who lives his normal life here has nothing to do with the international community. Decisions in this matter are within the competence of Afghans.   According to experts, Naeem Wardak s tweet implicitly refers to the confirmation of the presence of the Al-Qaeda leader in Kabul and states that in the absence of any threat to the world from Afghanistan, anyone has the right to live a normal life in this land with the permission and competence of the Afghan people. even if he is the leader of Al-Qaeda.   It should be noted that after the US drone attack in Afghanistan; The Islamic Emirate accused America of violating the Doha Agreement.   The US foreign minister immediately wrote in response that sheltering the leader of Al-Qaeda in Kabul is a violation of the Doha Agreement.   This is despite the fact that the authorities of the Islamic Emirate have always said that in the Doha Agreement, it is committed to not pose a military and political threat to the countries of the region and the world from the territory of Afghanistan.