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Scholars: People's Democratic Party Coup Caused Long-Lasting Instability

Some Shiite scholars in Kabul described the People's Democratic Party coup of Saur 7, 1357 (solar calendar) as a day of instability in Afghanistan.

Those who gathered in Kabul to mark Saur 7, 1357 (solar calendar) -- exactly 46 years ago on Friday -- said that the coup led to years of war, insecurity, poverty, and underdevelopment in the country.

The scholars added that the citizens of the country have always been committed and have never yielded to the schemes of enemies.

Abdul Qadir Alami, a religious scholar, said: “All the problems, wars, destruction, displacement, and chaos that have occurred in this country in the past half-century stem from that infamous communist coup of Saur 7, 1357 (solar calendar) in this honorable land of Afghanistan.”

They once again declared their support for the Islamic Emirate and called for attention to the rights of all citizens equally in the country.

Amir Rahimi, a member of the Shiite Council of Afghanistan, said: “If you have criticisms and are seeking your legitimate rights, the Islamic government has its leadership, go gather and make your voice heard.”

These scholars also emphasized that the enemies of the Afghan people have always tried to divide the various ethnic groups in the country through different means; however, they have not been successful.

Scholars: People's Democratic Party Coup Caused Long-Lasting Instability

The scholars added that the citizens of the country have always been committed and have never yielded to the schemes of enemies.

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Some Shiite scholars in Kabul described the People's Democratic Party coup of Saur 7, 1357 (solar calendar) as a day of instability in Afghanistan.

Those who gathered in Kabul to mark Saur 7, 1357 (solar calendar) -- exactly 46 years ago on Friday -- said that the coup led to years of war, insecurity, poverty, and underdevelopment in the country.

The scholars added that the citizens of the country have always been committed and have never yielded to the schemes of enemies.

Abdul Qadir Alami, a religious scholar, said: “All the problems, wars, destruction, displacement, and chaos that have occurred in this country in the past half-century stem from that infamous communist coup of Saur 7, 1357 (solar calendar) in this honorable land of Afghanistan.”

They once again declared their support for the Islamic Emirate and called for attention to the rights of all citizens equally in the country.

Amir Rahimi, a member of the Shiite Council of Afghanistan, said: “If you have criticisms and are seeking your legitimate rights, the Islamic government has its leadership, go gather and make your voice heard.”

These scholars also emphasized that the enemies of the Afghan people have always tried to divide the various ethnic groups in the country through different means; however, they have not been successful.

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