Tolo News: The political office of Atta Mohammad Noor, the former governor of northern Balkh and chief executive of Jamiat-e-Islami party, who joined Mohammad Haneef Atmar’s campaign team ahead of September presidential elections on Wednesday confirmed reports of differences within the campaign and said the disagreements broke out after Mr. Atmar backtracked from his original position
Tolo News: Former governor of the northern province of Balkh and CEO of Jamiat-e-Islami party of Afghanistan, Atta Mohammad Noor, says he is ready to join the Taliban if needed to prevent the establishment of a government which comes to power through an unfair and rigged election. In an exclusive interview with TOLOnews, Noor warned
Ariana: Some members of Jamiat-e Islami party at a gathering on Sunday warned that the continuation of President Ashraf Ghani’s government will have negative consequences. In addition, some members of the party claimed that Ghani is insisting to extend his tenure in order to engineer major electoral frauds in his favor. Click here to read more (external
1TV: There was no logical reason for Taliban’s refusal to accept ceasefire, Ata Mohammad Noor, executive chief of Jamiat-i-Islami political party, said after Afghan politicians’ talks with Taliban in Moscow. Afghan politicians and Taliban discussed ceasefire, civilian protection, prisoners, foreign troop exit, foreign interference, establishing Islamic system, maintaining territorial integrity and national unity, and women’s rights
Ariana: Mohammad Ajmal Faiz has been appointed as new police chief of Balkh province, a security source told Ariana News on Wednesday. The new police chief of Balkh is endorsed by Ata Mohammad Noor the Chief Executive of Jamiat-e-Islami party. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: One week after the de-escalation of tensions over the appoinment of the new police chief in Balkh, the former governor of Balkh and the CEO of Jamiat-e-Islami party, Atta Mohammad Noor, called for implementation of agreement which has been made between him and acting ministers of Defense and Interior Affairs. In a video message
Tolo News: Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the Hizb-e-Islami leader, who entered a peace deal with the Afghan government in 2016 and returned home after almost 20 years, entered the race for 2019 presidential elections on Saturday. Fazl Hadi Wazeen, an Islamic studies researcher and a university lecturer, is Hekmatyar’s running mate for first Vice President. Qazi Hafizurrahman Naqi,
Tolo News: Mohammad Yunus Qanooni, former vice president and a senior member of Jamiat-e-Islami party, has said that he and a number of other Jamiat members have decided to support Haneef Atmar’s team in the 2019 presidential elections. In a voice message obtained by TOLOnews on Monday evening, Qanooni says President Ghani is against a
Tolo News: “Jamiat has considered a list of figures but has not introduced them officially. Let’s the peace process get completed and the talks get started officially in the form that the Taliban show readiness for negotiations, then we will introduce the team,” he said. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: A key member of Jamiat-e-Islami party and former minister of energy and water, Mohammad Ismail Khan, says the representatives of the party have asked the president not to dissolve the High Peace Council and to ensure a peace negotiations team is not a parallel body to the HPC. According to the Presidential Palace, President