Uzaam Haqqani

Nearly 136 days have passed since the signing of the agreement, but the other side has not yet acted in accordance with the agreement. The prisoners of the Islamic Emirate have not been released yet. US forces are still conducting night raids. Over the past ten days, drone strikes have continued in Logar, Badghis, Maidan Wardak, Ghazni, Zabul, Uruzgan, Helmand and Kandahar provinces. Similarly, the issue of blacklisting of the leaders of the Islamic Emirate remains unresolved. So, what should Mujahideen do in such a situation? Should we sit still? If the enemy violates the agreement and repeatedly tries to martyr the Mujahideen and the general public, should the Mujahideen be obliged to implement the agreement?

The leaders of the Islamic Emirate sitting in Qatar should respond to these incidents, what kind of agreement they have reached with the American occupiers that the hands of the Mujahideen are tied and the hands of the enemy are free.

One thing should be clear that the Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate do not wage jihad on anyone’s personal orders and demands, our path is the path of Allah and His Messenger. We are all bound by the Shari’a, but we are not bound by anything that is against the Shari’a, even if it is the decision of the UAE leaders.

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