Nafees Takar VOA News May 12, 2018 Religious scholars from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Indonesia declared terrorism and suicide attacks in Afghanistan and the region as unethical and against the principles of Islam as they gathered at a one-day conference in Bogor, Indonesia, to address violence in Afghanistan. Friday’s conference was held months after more than
Ariana: Pakistani religious scholars have no intention to denounce the on-going war in Afghanistan as Haram [religiously prohibited], a senior official from the Afghan High Peace Council (HPC) said Wednesday. After a long-delay, Islamabad on Tuesday confirmed its participation in the trilateral conference starting in Indonesia on May 11. Click here to read more (external link).
Ayaz Gul VOA News May 4, 2018 ISLAMABAD — Indonesia will host Islamic scholars from Afghanistan and Pakistan on May 11 for trilateral talks aimed at finding a peaceful solution to the Afghan war. An Afghan presidential aide, Akram Khpalwak, revealed the date Friday night following meetings with leaders in Jakarta. President Joko Widodo of Indonesia,
Mohammad Habibzada VOA News / April 15, 2018 Focusing on Pakistani hardline religious scholars, Afghanistan is in the process of convening an international religious conference in a bid to find a peaceful solution to the conflict in the county, the Afghan High Peace Council (HPC) said. The HPC told VOA it is very important that
Krithika Varagur VOA News April 6, 2017 JAKARTA — Afghan president Ashraf Ghani’s historic two-day visit to Indonesia was largely focused on economic ties between the young democracies. Indonesian president Joko “Jokowi” Widodo promised to build a large hospital and Islamic center in Afghanistan in addition to signing several agreements for further cooperation. The leaders also
JAKARTA, April 5 (Xinhua) — The governments of Indonesia and Afghanistan on Wednesday pledged to bring their bilateral cooperation to a higher level. “Indonesia is ready for sharing experience on reconciliation for creating peace,” Indonesian President Joko Widodo said Wednesday after meeting with his Afghan counterpart Mohammad Ashraf Ghani at the State Palace. “Going forwards,