A gathering titled “infliction of damage on the Afghans by the foreigners over the past 20 years of war,” was held in Kabul, where some political analysts expressed criticism over the killing of thousands of Afghans within this period.
Speaking at the gathering, Salim Paigir, head of Hezb-e-Mutahid Fikri Afghanistan, criticized the stance of the international community toward Afghanistan including the freezing of Afghanistan’s foreign reserves.
He also said that the neighboring countries are torturing Afghans under various pretexts.
Paigir criticized Afghan leaders abroad for leaving the country behind in dire conditions.
“We want them not only to pay compensation to the people of Helmand but also want them to pay compensation to even each stone of Afghanistan,” he said.
Hamidullah Hotak, a political analyst, called on the Islamic Emirate to reopen the schools and universities for the girls.
However, he stressed that the leader of the Islamic Emirate does not want to ban women from education and there are some problems in this regard which will be addressed.
He requested that the Islamic Emirate leader appear in public and listen to the voices of the people.
Hotak stressed that no one will be able to beat the Islamic Emirate if the people remain supportive of it.
“Unfortunately, always when the issue comes to the pen, we lose it. When the issue comes to politics, we lose it. Let’s fill this vacuum and I call on the leadership of the Islamic Emirate Sheikh Hibatullah Akhundzada to hear our voice and hear the voices of our children, sisters and mothers,” he said.
“He (Leader of the Islamic Emirate) 100 percent listens to these voices and not only this but also to the voices of the politicians who want to benefit Afghanistan and its people and he practices it at some points,” said Torialai, a member of the Islamic Emirate.
Abdul Jabar Safi, who had 14 family members either killed and wounded, complained that there has been no attention paid to his problems.
Some of the participants of the gathering called for unity among the people.