Editorial

The US longest war in Afghanistan has to be ended logically

EDITORIAL: What we need to put a complete end to the ongoing war in Afghanistan—does military measure will put end, or we still need to constant on reconciliation process. Sixteen years have passed from the longest war in the history of America however, it seems to take many more years. During this period, no major breakthrough took place, rather security ...

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Kabul trusts Islamabad again- The passage of peace in Afghanistan passes through Islamabad

EDITORIAL: With spending of millions of dollars in fight against militant but diverse result made. Still peace and stability remained a distant dream despite multiple military campaigns, political strategies and reconciliation process. Oppositely, war on terror is getting more complicated as the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group, which also known as Daesh terrorist emerged under the presence of US in ...

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Roots of terrorism not in Afghanistan

EDITORIAL: The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has recently decided to deploy more troops in Afghanistan. The NATO secretary-general, Jens Stoltenberg announced in Brussels that so far 15 member countries have showed readiness to send additional forces to the war-torn country. He said that totally 3,000 troops would be stationed here to what called “train and advise” the 35,000-strong security ...

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Seeking for regional solution is a right decision to bring peace in Afghanistan

EDITORIAL: It is absolutely right decision to tackle the current crisis of Afghanistan from a regional perspective. The government of Afghanistan has made immense efforts to tell the international community that war can’t to be winning sans regional honest cooperation, because some countries have been feeding the insurgent outfits, instead of fighting against. Still there is time to try and ...

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Need of action instead of empty talks

EDITORIAL: Meaningful dialogue is very much important. There is simply no alternative to conciliation through a dialogue which leads toward some results. Empty talk and promise in big official gatherings is no more worthy, and the Afghan masses will not buy it anymore. You must not use it as just another arena in which to conduct your diplomatic battles. There ...

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Kabul Peace Process: Afghans want peace

EDITORIAL: President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday officially opened the Kabul Process for Peace and Security Cooperation Conference, saying that six days ago, 13 brave Afghan policemen gave their lives to stop a sewerage truck packed with military grade explosives from entering the diplomatic compounded, a direct violation of Geneva accords. He put the death toll to 150, saying the victim ...

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Pakistan – the main factor in Kabul carnage

EDITORIAL: A scene of fear and terror unlashed on Wednesday morning, after a massive blast shaken Kabul, the capital city, in which hundreds of innocent Afghans were killed and wounded. There is no doubt that heinous terrorists have once again proved that they (terrorists) have no respect and mercy to humanity. It is also a crystal fact that state-supporting them ...

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Kabul bleeds again by the coward-terrorist attack

EDITORIAL: Undoubtedly, the killing of innocent people is forbidden in Islam. No argument stands over it. Even the killing of none-Muslim people is not allowed, unless during Jihad. Targeting people in public places is absolutely unjustifiable to any law around the globe. Islam is against all such type of evil acts that civilians could be killed or wounded. But, Afghan ...

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“It is time that hard decisions are taken, and the historical mistake known as the Durand Line is set right.”

EDITORIAL: Afghanistan is a historically blended country, at the crossroads of multiple people and culture, from the Silk Road to the Soviet invasion. Diverse due to its history, this landlocked country has beautiful cities and mountains, full of historic monuments of cultural importance. Every single sight in the country is mesmerizing; it surely would give to one the unforgettable memories ...

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Islamabad has failed to curb militants and terrorists in Pakistan

EDITORIAL: The recent remark of the US officials regarding Pakistan-based terrorists is at somehow projecting America’s interest in bringing peace in Afghanistan by eliminating their (militants) hideouts in Pakistan soil. A top US spymaster has said that Pakistan-based terrorists groups are “planning to attack” both India and Afghanistan. Islamabad has failed to curb militants and terrorists in Pakistan, Daniel Coats, ...

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