Khaama: The local Taliban government authorities in Kandahar province of southern Afghanistan denied the allegations of desecrating the tomb of Mullah Naqibullah Akhund, a former Jihadi commander. Reactions have followed the desecration of Mullah Naqibullah Akhund’s burial. He was one of the previous Jamiat-e-Islami jihadist commanders, and his gravesite is in Kandahar’s Arghandab district. This
8am: According to Jamiat-e-Islami, people and commanders in Badakhshan have resorted to armed struggle in order to get rid of oppression and defend their dignity. This party condemned the killing of prisoners and anti-Taliban commanders and called the battle of the NRF in Badakhshan as a struggle for justice. Click here to read more (external
Aamaj: The leader of Jamiat-e-Islami’s Noor branch, Ata Mohammad Noor, in his message on arrival of Eid-al-Fitr said that Afghanistan is occupied by rulers who are not able to govern, and ensure security. He added that Taliban have offered safe haven in territory of Afghanistan for terrorist groups of neighboring countries. Click here to read
واقف حکیمی، عضو رهبری حزب جمعیت اسلامی، شاخه عطا، تایید می کند که رئیس استخبارات پاکستان با عطا محمدنور و برخی دیگر از رهبران سیاسی مخالف طالبان دیدار کرده است. ظاهراً، در این دیدار موضوع تشکیل حکومت فراگیر در افغانستان بحث شده است. pic.twitter.com/wJsdVJwUjO — افغانستان اینترنشنال – خبر فوری (@AFIntlBrk) February 14, 2022
Aamaj: Deputy of Jamaat-e-Islami party led by Salahuddin Rabbani, and former vice president, Ahmad Zia Massoud says that Taliban as an extremist religious group have taken the power by force, and there is no legitimacy for them. Mullah Hibatullah is an unknown, vague and mysterious person, who has the main power. Prime minister makes decisions
8am: Sources in Herat confirm that Habib-ur-Rahman Malikzada, the former police chief of Taywarah district in Ghor province, was assassinated in Herat city. Malikzada had earlier fought against the Taliban for several years in the Tywarah district of Ghor province and lived in Herat after the country fell to the Taliban. Click here to read
8am: Sources in the National Resistance Front (NRF) confirm that Ahmad Massoud, the leader of the front, and Salahuddin Rabbani, the leader of Jamiat-e Islami of Afghanistan, are traveling to Moscow. The purpose of the visit of the top leaders of the (NRF) to Moscow is to meet with senior Taliban officials, according to sources.
8am: Taliban forces arrested Mawlawi Din-Mohammad Azimi, a former deputy head of the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC). He is a prominent member of the Jamiat-e-Islami party. The incident comes as the Taliban announced a general amnesty after taking control of Kabul. Click here to read more (external link).
Ariana: Bismillah Mohammadi has been appointed as Acting Interior Minister, replacing Hayatullah Hayat, sources said Wednesday. Mohammadi, a member of Jamiat-e-Islami Party, previously has worked as Minister of Defence, Minister of Interior Affairs, and Chief of the Army Staff. The development comes as violence dramatically increased across Afghanistan. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: Mohammad Ismail Khan, a senior member of Jamiat-e-Islami party and a former mujahedeen leader, on Monday said the party congress that was held last week was “fake” and that the leaders of Jamiat who attended the event thought it was aimed at building a consensus among political parties around peace. The meeting was