KABUL (BNA): Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, the Deputy Prime Minister in Administrative Affairs of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, met with some scholars and leaders of the Muslim Scholars Association in Kabul. He asked them to convey the positive aspects of the Islamic Emirate to the world.
The Islamic Emirate has restored stability and order in the country after decades of war and violence, implemented the Sharia law as the basis of governance and justice, respecting the rights and duties of Muslims, has taken measures to eliminate corruption, drug cultivation, trafficking, and addiction, which have harmed the society and economy.
The Islamic Emirate has also initiated projects to improve the living conditions of the people, especially the poor and the displaced, and to promote education, health, and infrastructure.
Mawlavi Hanafi also mentioned the challenges faced by the Islamic Emirate, such as the expulsion of Afghan refugees from Pakistan, and called for international cooperation to provide support on this regard.
The scholars expressed their support and appreciation for the Islamic Emirate and stressed the need for unity and solidarity among the Muslim countries.
They also praised the Islamic Emirate’s efforts to rebuild and develop Afghanistan.
The Muslim Scholars Association is a group of prominent Islamic scholars from various countries, who have visited Afghanistan to meet with the officials and the people of the Islamic Emirate.