Islamic Emirate spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said that if someone has a criticism of the emir (leader), a person in charge, minister, deputy minister, or director—the Islamic ethic suggests that it is better to not denigrate him, and to respect his dignity.
He made the remarks at a ceremony attended by university instructors.
“The manner of criticism, in accordance with ethical guidelines, is that if someone has a criticism of the emir (leader), a person in charge, minister, deputy minister, or director—Islamic ethics suggests that it is better to not denigrate him, and to respect his dignity. Through a safe, discreet and protected manner, approach him so that no one else will hear, and then mention the criticism,” he said, adding that "this is the great Islamic ethic.”
Meanwhile, addressing a ceremony of defense lawyers, the deputy Minister of Justice said that if anyone tries to move against the government, this will not be tolerated.
"If he is an employer, or employee, or anyone else, or if he is in a ministerial position in the Islamic Emirate, and then he moves against the Islamic Emirate, this is not tolerated,” said Abdul Ghani Faiq, deputy Minister of Justice.
This comes as the deputy Minister of Interior, Mohammad Nabi Omari, said that the remarks made by the acting Interior Minister, Sirajuddin Haqqani, which have gathered attention for being potentially critical, meant that (the Islamic Emirate) does not want their notions to be imposed on the people.
“Mr. Khalifa (Sirajuddin Haqqani) said yesterday that we don’t want our notions and thinking to be imposed on the people and nation,” Omari told a gathering of Holy Quran reciters in the southeastern province of Khost.
Earlier, at a ceremony in the province of Khost, Haqqani criticized the country's situation, calling it "intolerable."
Haqqani said that the Islamic Emirate wants "legitimate engagement" with the international community, while speaking at the ceremony in Khost for those who had memorized the Holy Quran.
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