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Afghanistan Crisis Has Root beyond the Country: Rabbani

Afghanistan Crisis Has Root beyond the Country: Rabbani

KABUL - The crisis in Afghanistan had deep root and many supporting circles beyond the country, Chairman of High Peace Council (HPC) Salahuddin Rabbani said on Saturday at an international gathering here in Kabul.
At an international conference held on commemoration of first death anniversary of Prof. Rabbani and attended by scores of national and regional personalities, he asked for joint holistic and resolute struggle to tackle the challenges, otherwise the crisis would overwhelm the country and even engulf the region.

Peace can't only be restored via a mere negotiation, but the peace programs should be put into practice, as stability in Afghanistan is the only way to have a secure region, the chairman said asking the Islamic Ulama to decisively operate against the extremisms that had burnt the country.

Quoting, former HPC chairman, Late Prof. Burhanuddin Rabbani, he reiterated that the ongoing crisis had root in extremism which is led by some circles outside the contrary's border and would overwhelm the world if not prevented.

"Late Ustad believed peace and stability in Afghanistan recommended regional and world stability, but the regional countries leaders had not still either realized the fact or refrained to cooperate with the Afghan nation in this respect", Salahuddin Rabbani quoted his father to have said.

Meanwhile, an MP, Prof. Abdul Rab Rasoul Sayyaf asked for holding negotiation between the two sides, with those violators should gravely be suppressed, while those refraining from joining the process should forcedly be acted against, as he rejected if peace was secured with plea.

He described Jehad from the great achievement of the Muslim World, international community and those occupied nations, as according to him, the world had been feared to be dominated by communism.

The Jehadi leader had earlier blamed the government of losing its solemnity, urging it to issue death sentence to those helping suicide bombers and providing them with safe asylum, a way can only overcome the crisis. (WNA)