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Saqib: Islamic Emirate Seeks Stronger Ties with Islamic Nations

The Acting Minister of Hajj and Religious Affairs said that the Islamic Emirate seeks good relations with all Islamic countries.

Speaking at the consultative meeting of Islamic world scholars in Istanbul, Noor Mohammad Saqib said that scholars are at the forefront of the current Afghan regime, where Sharia and justice prevail in all matters.

Acting Minister of Hajj and Religious Affairs Noor Mohammad Saqib said: “The Islamic Emirate desires good and reciprocal relations with countries in the region, the world, especially Islamic countries.”

He called on Islamic countries to unite to stop the crimes of Israel in Palestine and to declare their firm support for the oppressed Muslims of Palestine.

The Acting Minister of Hajj and Religious Affairs also stated that numerous crimes were committed against Afghans during the presence of the Soviet Union and the United States in Afghanistan.

Noor Mohammad Saqib said: “Today, the oppressed people of Palestine are under brutal attack, and every day hundreds of Muslims, including children and women in that country, are martyred. Now, the Islamic Ummah must stand firmly against the increasing crimes committed against the innocent people of Palestine, which are a shame to humanity.”

The consultative meeting of Islamic world scholars in Istanbul began on Monday, and will continue for two days. Representatives from fifty Islamic countries, including a delegation from the Islamic Emirate, are participating in the meeting.

Saqib: Islamic Emirate Seeks Stronger Ties with Islamic Nations

The consultative meeting of Islamic world scholars in Istanbul began on Monday, and will continue for two days.

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The Acting Minister of Hajj and Religious Affairs said that the Islamic Emirate seeks good relations with all Islamic countries.

Speaking at the consultative meeting of Islamic world scholars in Istanbul, Noor Mohammad Saqib said that scholars are at the forefront of the current Afghan regime, where Sharia and justice prevail in all matters.

Acting Minister of Hajj and Religious Affairs Noor Mohammad Saqib said: “The Islamic Emirate desires good and reciprocal relations with countries in the region, the world, especially Islamic countries.”

He called on Islamic countries to unite to stop the crimes of Israel in Palestine and to declare their firm support for the oppressed Muslims of Palestine.

The Acting Minister of Hajj and Religious Affairs also stated that numerous crimes were committed against Afghans during the presence of the Soviet Union and the United States in Afghanistan.

Noor Mohammad Saqib said: “Today, the oppressed people of Palestine are under brutal attack, and every day hundreds of Muslims, including children and women in that country, are martyred. Now, the Islamic Ummah must stand firmly against the increasing crimes committed against the innocent people of Palestine, which are a shame to humanity.”

The consultative meeting of Islamic world scholars in Istanbul began on Monday, and will continue for two days. Representatives from fifty Islamic countries, including a delegation from the Islamic Emirate, are participating in the meeting.

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