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CEO Condemns The Use Of Afghans To Fight Foreign Wars

CEO Abdullah Abdullah said at a Council of Ministers meeting on Monday that the National Unity Government (NUG) was opposed to the use of Afghans to fight in wars in other countries. 
 
He said government wants all Afghans to live in peace and that it does not want its citizens to take part in wars in other countries. 
 
This comes just days after Abdullah’s deputy Mohammad Mohaqiq praised Major. Gen. Qasem Soleimani, the commander of foreign fighters for Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. 
 
Soleimani was the founder of Fatimiyun Brigade in Syria which is made up of foreign fighters including Afghans. 
 
Attending a meeting over the weekend in Tehran, Mohaqiq thanked the fighters, including Afghans, for having helped defeat Daesh in the country. 
 
“I thank all the warriors who cooperated in these wars either from Iraq and Syria fighters, the Iraq and Syria army and the fighters of Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and other parts of the world who attended the wars. In fact it was the war of Islam against infidelity and against the conspiracies of the world arrogance.  
 
Soleimani is one of the founders of Fatimiyun Brigade in Syria and encouraged Afghan refugees in Iran to take part in the war.
 
At the same time, Mohaqiq said over 10,000 Daesh fighters are in Afghanistan and that the militants are trying to destroy the country and other nations.
 
“The issue of Yemen, Palestine, the issue of oppressed Afghanistan where there are more than 10,000 of the escapees of Daesh from Central Asia and other parts of the world who have moved to Afghanistan. The north of Afghanistan from Badakhshan to Badghis and Herat were secure, there was no war in the areas but with the presence of Daesh, today the north of Afghanistan is at war,” Mohaqiq said.   
 
Mohaqiq also said if the northern parts of Afghanistan become insecure, threats against Central Asia will increase; therefore, he said the countries in the region should cooperate with each other to deal with the situation.

CEO Condemns The Use Of Afghans To Fight Foreign Wars

Abdullah said the Afghan government was opposed to Afghans fighting in wars outside the country and that government just wants all Afghans to live in peace. 

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CEO Abdullah Abdullah said at a Council of Ministers meeting on Monday that the National Unity Government (NUG) was opposed to the use of Afghans to fight in wars in other countries. 
 
He said government wants all Afghans to live in peace and that it does not want its citizens to take part in wars in other countries. 
 
This comes just days after Abdullah’s deputy Mohammad Mohaqiq praised Major. Gen. Qasem Soleimani, the commander of foreign fighters for Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. 
 
Soleimani was the founder of Fatimiyun Brigade in Syria which is made up of foreign fighters including Afghans. 
 
Attending a meeting over the weekend in Tehran, Mohaqiq thanked the fighters, including Afghans, for having helped defeat Daesh in the country. 
 
“I thank all the warriors who cooperated in these wars either from Iraq and Syria fighters, the Iraq and Syria army and the fighters of Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and other parts of the world who attended the wars. In fact it was the war of Islam against infidelity and against the conspiracies of the world arrogance.  
 
Soleimani is one of the founders of Fatimiyun Brigade in Syria and encouraged Afghan refugees in Iran to take part in the war.
 
At the same time, Mohaqiq said over 10,000 Daesh fighters are in Afghanistan and that the militants are trying to destroy the country and other nations.
 
“The issue of Yemen, Palestine, the issue of oppressed Afghanistan where there are more than 10,000 of the escapees of Daesh from Central Asia and other parts of the world who have moved to Afghanistan. The north of Afghanistan from Badakhshan to Badghis and Herat were secure, there was no war in the areas but with the presence of Daesh, today the north of Afghanistan is at war,” Mohaqiq said.   
 
Mohaqiq also said if the northern parts of Afghanistan become insecure, threats against Central Asia will increase; therefore, he said the countries in the region should cooperate with each other to deal with the situation.

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