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Kabir: Islamic Emirate for Free Speech Within Islamic Rule

The Deputy PM for Political Affairs, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, said that the Islamic Emirate is committed to the freedom of speech in accordance with Islamic rules.

The Deputy PM for Political Affairs in a meeting with private media representatives also considered the activity and presence of media in the country important.

“The Islamic Emirate supports media and the media is provided with a wide working area in accordance with islamic rules, and there are no restrictions on them except religious restrictions,” Mohammad Hassan Haqyar, head of the media directorate of the political deputy PM, told TOLOnews.

Meanwhile, some journalists and media-supporting organizations, besides the request for the approval of the mass media law, asked the Islamic Emirate to address the economic issues of the media.

“The Islamic Emirate must make the destiny of the mass media law and access to the information clear, and without this law the media will face several problems,” said Masroor Lutfi, a member of the Afghanistan National Journalists Union (ANJU).

“I want the government to take care of the media and journalists, so they can continue their work in a good manner,” said Fawad Nazari, a journalist.

But the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, Zabihullah Mujahid, said that the media law is processed and is being approved.

“Work on the media law continues and is being approved, it should have already been approved but Amirul Momineen (Islamic Emirate’s leader) has too much work, that’s why it took much time,” Zabihullah Mujahid added.

This comes as the Ministry of Information and Culture has said that nearly 30 media organizations have been established since the Islamic Emirate came to power.

Kabir: Islamic Emirate for Free Speech Within Islamic Rule

But the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, Zabihullah Mujahid, said that the media law is processed and is being approved.

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The Deputy PM for Political Affairs, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, said that the Islamic Emirate is committed to the freedom of speech in accordance with Islamic rules.

The Deputy PM for Political Affairs in a meeting with private media representatives also considered the activity and presence of media in the country important.

“The Islamic Emirate supports media and the media is provided with a wide working area in accordance with islamic rules, and there are no restrictions on them except religious restrictions,” Mohammad Hassan Haqyar, head of the media directorate of the political deputy PM, told TOLOnews.

Meanwhile, some journalists and media-supporting organizations, besides the request for the approval of the mass media law, asked the Islamic Emirate to address the economic issues of the media.

“The Islamic Emirate must make the destiny of the mass media law and access to the information clear, and without this law the media will face several problems,” said Masroor Lutfi, a member of the Afghanistan National Journalists Union (ANJU).

“I want the government to take care of the media and journalists, so they can continue their work in a good manner,” said Fawad Nazari, a journalist.

But the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, Zabihullah Mujahid, said that the media law is processed and is being approved.

“Work on the media law continues and is being approved, it should have already been approved but Amirul Momineen (Islamic Emirate’s leader) has too much work, that’s why it took much time,” Zabihullah Mujahid added.

This comes as the Ministry of Information and Culture has said that nearly 30 media organizations have been established since the Islamic Emirate came to power.

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