On August 13th, several media outlets published reports citing Britain’s ‘The Sunday Times’ which claims to have obtained papers which allegedly shows the new policy of Islamic Emirate regarding some pivotal issues.
As is the habit of western media, whenever the west comes under intense military pressure of Mujahideen in Afghanistan and begins to display its clear defeat in the military front, it immediately arrives for its help and starts publishing fabricated and blatant reports in order to turn the peoples attention away from the defeat of its military and so its soldiers can find some sort of relief.
As far as the policy of Islamic Emirate is concerned regarding the so called National Army and National Intelligence then it is still the same firm Islamic stance on the bases of which Jihad was declared against these hireling mercenaries: Americans are transgressors and whoever helps transgressors then the Islamic Emirate and the Afghan nation shall consider Jihad an obligation against them.
Those warriors serving in the said Army who continuously carry out attacks on foreign invaders are in reality Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate that have joined the ranks of the so called National Army in order to carry out their sacred duty. The Islamic Emirate commends their sacrifices and considers them the true soldiers of Islam and national heroes.
The Islamic Emirate was neither before nor is it currently against education for women but stresses such education only be done under an Islamic environment and within confines of Islamic principles.
The policy of Islamic Emirate concerning issues of Afghanistan regarding which the latest report of ‘The Sunday Times’ and one prior with a anonymous figure ‘Mawlai’ by Michael Semple is nothing more than propaganda. Such reports are being published by the western media to try and undermine the latest victories of Mujahideen in Jihadi fronts while they have no connection with ground realities whatsoever.
Independent news outlets can obtain the policies of Islamic Emirate regarding the various issues of Afghanistan by getting in contact with its known spokespersons.
Spokesman of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan