Peace can’t be brought through war, says Muslimyar
A HIA team has currently been in capital Kabul for peace talks. The delegation a day earlier said the HIA supports women’s rights given to them by Islam.
The HIA delegation headed by Eng. Amin Karim and Attiqullah Sapi had met High Peace Council (HPC) Chairman Pir Syed Ahmad Gilani on ways of ending the ongoing war.
“We have to wait for the outcome of the dialogue between the HIA and the HPC. We support peace in Afghanistan. HIA members are Afghans, they should also come and accept the laws and regulations of the country,” Muslimyar said.
“I am optimistic about the peace talks with the HIA. But the war will continue even if the group reconciles with the government because Pakistan’s intelligence interference is ongoing.”
Muslimyar said if Al Qaeda was not rooted out; there would be only security in areas under HIA influence. He said peace was the only option to end the war and peace could not be established through the war.
“Get the vote of people like us and share your ideas with us,” he told the HIA members, while asking the government to continue peace talks until peace was restored countrywide.
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