Ex-jihadis vow to counter anti-mujahideen propaganda
KABUL (Pajhwok): Former mujahideen on Thursday agreed to commemorate the successful jihad of the people of Afghanistan against the Soviet forces in future and prevent any negative propaganda against the mujahdeen.
The local Council of Mujahideen in Kabul held a gathering attended by hundreds of former jihadis and people from different districts of Kabul in Butkhak locality.
Commander Hashmatullah Omari, the council head, said the mujahdeen had the right to hold gatherings and discuss the country’s situations and express their views.
Omari said it was the current situation demanded that all Afghans should show unity and deal with challenges Afghanistan faced.
“We all are responsible for the current situation. It is our duty to respond to these problems through unity and oneness,” he said.
Omari stressed the need for understanding the importance of jihad that could benefit the entire nation.
Ex-mujahideen from Kabul City, Bagrami, Sarobi, Mosahi, Charasiab, Farzai, Khak-i-Jabar and other districts attended the gathering.
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