In response to the beginning of negotiations between the Taliban and US, the head of High Peace Council (HPC) secretariat M. Akram Khpalwak said Saturday 21 July that as long as peace negotiations are not inter – Afghan, negotiations with others will not be productive and the peace will not be provided.



In response to the beginning of negotiations between the Taliban and US, the head of High Peace Council (HPC) secretariat M. Akram Khpalwak said Saturday 21 July that as long as peace negotiations are not inter – Afghan, negotiations with others will not be productive and the peace will not be provided.
“Taliban should negotiate with the Afghans, negotiating with others will not be fruitful,” said the head of HPC M. Akram Khpalwak.

The talks have occurred in Afghanistan, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, NBC reported quoting some Taliban sources.
One negotiator said Taliban delegations had been joined a series of meetings with Americans in hotel suites in Doha, Qatar.

“we are ready to negotiate with Taliban anywhere they want to open an office,” Khpalwak said. “the HPC is ready to send a delegation to Doha to negotiate with Taliban,” he added. “Taliban cannot get what they want through war, they should sit for negotiations and achieve their demands.”
The chairman of national Ulema council of Afghanistan Mawlawi Qiamuddin Kashaf said: “continuing war in Afghanistan has no religious and Islamic legitimacy, the Taliban should welcome the world Islamic Ulema resolution and set aside the war and violence.”

The Saudi government and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) have jointly organized a two-day event entitled the International Conference of Muslim Scholars on Peace and Stability in Afghanistan 11, 12 July.

The religious scholars declared that war in Afghanistan is Haram and a global sedition.
“the Afghan people are the victims of the war on both sides and this war has no religious and Islamic ties,” Kashaf added.
The head of the Afghan national Ulema council called on the Taliban to listen to the voice of Islamic world Ulema and put aside killing their brothers.

However, the Taliban formally convened religious scholars meeting in Saudi Arabia as part of US plans and the continued presence of US troops in Afghanistan, stressing on the continuation of the war.


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