Kabul, Afghanistan. As NATO and America prepare to double down on pouring up to 50,000 more troops into occupation duties for western interests, Afghanistan’s leaders have started cautioning their neighbors about supporting anti-Kabul forces.
Afghanistan’s leaders intentionally spoke without naming Pakistan, Hezb-i-Islami leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, on Thursday said our neighbors must not support the war in Afghanistan and must fight terrorism, whether ISIS or Taliban.
Speaking on the ongoing war in Afghanistan, he said the reason is that people want to take power by force. Hekmatyar said “our neighbors must not support the war in Afghanistan and must fight terrorism”.
Afghanistan’s Ministry of Interior has revealed the Pakistani spy agency ISI had supplied explosives to the Haqqani network and that the material used was highly flammable in a device that killed a large number of local residents.This was found during the initial investigations into the June 1, 2017 deadly truck bombing near Kabul`s Zanbaq Square that killed more than 150 people.
Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of downtown Kabul in a bid to march on the Presidential Palace; they had been protesting against May 31 massive truck bomb blastin the Kabul city that killed over 150 people.
“Hizb-e-Islami accepts the system as it is and encouraged the nation to do the same,”Tolo News quoted Hekmatyar as saying.Hekmatyar told protesters that, “he will not allow anyone to bring down the Ashraf Ghani government as he duly supports the system. A public demonstration was within the rights of every Afghan, but that any move to close roads or to overrun the Presidential Palace, especially by armed protestors, was not acceptable.” He added.
No one can take power by force. Every Afghan has the right to make demands but not to close roads.”Hekmatyar says, “some circles have started a campaign against them but he has asked his supporters not to take action against them given recent events.