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Exiled Taliban Leaders Return to Take Charge

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The supreme political leader of the Taliban (Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar) has returned to Afghanistan from Doha, the capital of Qatar. During negotiations with the United States on the withdrawal of international troops, Taliban officials in exile have been stationed in Doha.


At the same time, the organization held its first press conference after seizing power in Kabul on Tuesday (August 17). Spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid told the media that the organization is working to form a government and " Will be announced after completion".


"We want peace, we want stability," Mujahid said, and the organization "will form an Islamic government...all relevant parties will participate."



The Taliban held a press conference on Tuesday night. The spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid, who had not revealed his true identity, told the international media, “After 20 years of struggle, we have liberated (the country) and expelled foreign countries. people".


He stated that the Taliban "pardoned everyone without retaliation," including Afghans who cooperated with the United States. He stated that the organization "forgives everyone for stability and peace in Afghanistan."


When talking about women’s issues, he claimed that he would be committed to “protecting women’s rights under the Islamic Sharia law system” and said that “women will be active in our society”.




What is the current situation in Afghanistan


BBC reporter Malik Mudassir reported in Kabul that Afghans are returning to work, many shops are opening, there is more traffic on the street, and the city is in good order.


He said that the number of Taliban soldiers in the capital had increased, and the Taliban soldiers he saw had a good attitude towards citizens.


The Taliban are Afghanistan's “important military and political forces” and hope that they will play an important role in the peace, reconciliation and reconstruction process in Afghanistan.

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