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MoI Rejects Propagandas on Farkhunda Ties with Embassies



(Last Updated On: October 25, 2022)


Minister of Interior Affairs Noorulhaq Ulomi has rejected that Farkhuda has had close ties with any International Embassies based in Afghanistan.

Mr. Ulomi has stated this while he was summoned by the lower house of the parliament.

He said,” Those detainees have confessed on their crimes committed that Miss Farkhunda had not burned pages of Holy Quran.”


More over the first deputy of the house Zahir Qadir warned that if the Government doesn’t take it seriously it will have negative impacts.

Afghan lawmaker AbdulHahad said, “if there any Muslim to see such situation would not stay calm, no one even police forces can’t stop them.”

The other Mp Karamuddin Rezazada said,”this is not acceptable for us she was trying to guide the people in the right direction if the officials in security departments do not tell the facts we have some documents on hands to present it to all.”


Minister of Haji and religious affairs Faiz Mohammad Usmani rejected any documentations that Farkhunda had burned the Holy Quran,if she had burned the Holy Quran the following tortures is against Islam religion, we have justice system to review such cases.


Member of the investigator team for martyred Farkhunda Fawzia Kofi talked about the video clips which was published by media said,” Zainuddin the charming Mullah has confessed that some of the torn Pages of Holy Quran has been in my cell when I found out that she was trying to guide other in the right direction I brought them all put them on one of the graves and called the people Farkhunda burned these pages of the Holy Quran.”

Meanwhile Interior Minister Noorulhaq Ulomi announced that 11 other suspects of the case are under the searching process soon they will be arrested.

Reported by Hameed Sediqee





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Paktika radio station back on air after 2-year break



(Last Updated On: October 2, 2023)

A local radio station, Milma, in Paktika province has resumed operations after a two-year break, the radio officials said.

The radio officials said they took this decision at the request of their audience, adding that they will expand their broadcasting coverage to other provinces as well.

Milma radio reportedly had broadcasts for the southeastern provinces in the previous government.

Meanwhile, many media outlets have ceased operations due to economic problems over the last two years.

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Pakistan police detain 800 Afghan refugees in Islamabad suburbs



(Last Updated On: October 2, 2023)

Pakistan police have detained 800 Afghan refugees in the suburbs of Islamabad, out of which 375 face deportation due to a lack of proper documentation.

“Islamabad police launched a search operation in Bara Kahu, Trinol, Mahar Abadian, Golra and Shams Colony and arrested 800 Afghan nationals,” police said.

“Four hundred Afghan nationals were later released on producing the proof of residence,” officials said. “375 other Afghan nationals had no identity papers, while 25 remaining Afghans have been detained till verification of their identity documents,” police further said.

“Lists of Afghans were compiled on the basis of secret information before the operation,” police said.

“Several criminal Afghan residents have also been pointed out and the operation will further step up in coming days,” officials said. Police said that the authorities have decided to deport 375 arrested Afghan nationals from Pakistan.

According to a report by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the number of Afghan nationals residing in Pakistan has surged to 3.7 million as of June this year, with a mere 1.3 million of them officially registered with the authorities. Approximately 775,000 unregistered Afghans are currently residing in the country.

As per Pakistan media outlets, a major 68.8 percent of Afghan citizens in Pakistan have settled in urban or semi-urban areas, while the remaining 31.2 percent are disturbed across 54 different regions including villages.

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) considers the detention and alleged torture of Afghan immigrants in Pakistan to be against international standards and says that it has discussed this issue with Pakistani authorities many times through the Afghan embassy in Pakistan, and that it has been emphasized that Afghan immigrants in the country must be treated according to international laws.

At the same time, the Ministry of Refugees and Returnees says that to solve this problem, they are in contact with the Pakistani authorities to stop the process of arresting migrants and release the imprisoned Afghans.

Experts say that currently immigrants in Pakistan are facing many problems and challenges, and to solve these challenges, there is a need for diplomatic talks between Kabul and Islamabad based on international migration laws.

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Muttaqi: IEA will not take steps on girls’ education that could cause a leadership rift



(Last Updated On: October 2, 2023)

Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Amir Khan Muttaqi has said that the Islamic Emirate will not take any steps on girls’ education that could cause division within the ranks of the IEA.

In an interview with BBC Pashto broadcast on Sunday, Muttaqi said that the issue of girls’ education is an internal issue of Afghanistan.

“We are trying to take steps which, God forbid, would not cause division. We look for a reasonable solution for every issue. We will find a solution that will be free of risk and controversy, even if it involves delay,” Muttaqi said.

Regarding the demand of the international community to form an inclusive government, Muttaqi reiterated that the Islamic Emirate is an inclusive government.

“If inclusivity means that there should be representatives of all ethnic groups in the government, then in our government, all ethnic groups exist, both at the lower level and at the cabinet level. If inclusivity means that there should be ministers from different provinces, we have a minister from Kabul, from Panjshir, from Badakhshan, from Faryab, from Kandahar and Nangarhar,” Muttaqi said.

He added that no one has provided a specific definition of inclusive government.

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