From the very beginning, the Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate had two goals through jihad and sacrifice: the first goal was the complete independence of Afghanistan and the second goal was the establishment of a complete Islamic system in Afghanistan. For the first time in the last twenty years, the Mujahideen fought valiantly against the occupying forces and their allies, making sacrifices but always kept the waving the flag of the Mujahideen and Islam proudly.
After the Doha Agreement, the occupation of Afghanistan should have ended, but now it seems that the Doha Agreement was between the leaders of the Islamic Emirate and the Americans to deceive the Mujahideen. What was written on the paper and what happened behind the scenes is different from each other.
More than a year later, it appears that the Americans have no intention of leaving Afghanistan, and it appears that the leaders of the Islamic Emirate have reached a secret agreement in this regard which would be in conflict with all Islamic and Afghan values.
Regarding the second objective of the Mujahideen, it now appears that a game is being played in which only a few leaders of the Islamic Emirate can win political seats. In a word, we have to make it clear that we did not start the jihad on the orders of any individual and for anyone’s personal purposes, but with the aim of gaining the pleasure of Allah (SAW) and enforcing Sharia law on this land.
Now that the leaders of the Islamic Emirate are engaged in the distribution of power and the question arises with the common people that the war was only to gain power? We have never fought for personal gain, but for the establishment of a complete Islamic system in Afghanistan. Now, if these goals are achieved with the advent of peace, it is great, but if these goals are not achieved and the personal interests of a few are protected, then we will never accept it.