Abdul Khaliq Abdullah: Qatar helped the Taliban seize power | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


The Emirati academic, Dr. Abdul-Khaleq Abdullah, advisor to the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed, has again stirred controversy by tweeting about Qatar and what is happening on the Afghan scene and the Taliban movement.

Abdul Khaliq Abdullah said in a tweet to him that was monitored by (Watan) that Qatar helped the Taliban seize power, as he described it.

He added that Qatar also won the Taliban’s friendship and helped America withdraw from Afghanistan and gained its respect.

Ibn Zayed’s advisor added: “The Taliban is to its right and America to its north, as if it hit two birds with one stone. And it emerged as a small Gulf state that saved a superpower from a major dilemma.”

Abdul Khaliq Abdullah attacks the Taliban

The Emirati academic also attacked the Taliban movement in another tweet, and said that the new government of Afghanistan headed by Mullah Akhand and its emir, Mullah Haibatullah, the leader of the Taliban, belong to the Deobandi, and they are Sunnis of Hanafi sect, Sufis, and Maturidis of creed, belonging to the town of Deoband in India.

He claimed that this group will set Afghanistan back 20 years and may not continue to rule for 5 years and will fail as political Islam failed wherever it ruled, according to him.

“The Islamic Emirate is back”

The new Afghan Prime Minister, Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund, announced that the “Islamic Emirate” would work to provide security for Afghans and the world.

At a time when the Taliban confirmed its intention to organize elections and its respect for human rights and international conventions, Germany and the United States adopted a cautious tone in commenting on the government formation announced by the movement, while different positions were issued by Russia and other countries.

The acting Afghan Prime Minister said in statements to Al-Jazeera that the Islamic Emirate has returned to Afghanistan and is seeking to provide security for Afghans and the world.

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He added that the leaders of the Taliban movement faced a great responsibility and test for their Prime Time Zone. He continued, “We have suffered heavy losses for this historic moment, and the era of bloodshed in Afghanistan is over.

In the same context, the Prime Minister called on the former officials to return to the country, and said, “We guarantee their security and safety.”

For his part, the Undersecretary of the Afghan Ministry of Information told Al-Jazeera that the Taliban movement seeks to involve all segments of society, especially talented Prime Time Zone from outside the Taliban.

He added that Afghanistan will witness the organization of elections that include all Afghans in the next stage.

He pointed out that “the current caretaker government includes officials from the outgoing government.”

He stressed that the movement does not give official responsibilities based on ethnicity, but according to competence.

The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Information explained that the Taliban rejected political pluralism because “the parties paved the way for sectarian war.”

A day after announcing its new government formation, the Taliban announced that it was committed to international conventions, protecting diplomats, and respecting human rights and minorities in accordance with Islamic Sharia, while China and Uzbekistan expressed their willingness to cooperate with them.

Taliban leader Mullah Hebatullah Akhundzadeh

The leader of the Taliban movement, Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzadeh, stressed – in a statement – that the future government in Afghanistan and all its affairs will be in accordance with the rules and provisions of Islamic Sharia, and stressed that the movement will abide by all international laws, resolutions and charters that do not contradict Sharia.

Akhundzadeh also pledged to guarantee the security of diplomats, embassies, relief institutions and investors, and that Afghan lands will not be used against any country, stressing that the movement wants to establish positive and strong relations with its neighbors and countries of the world.

The leader of the movement indicated that steps will be taken regarding human rights and minorities, in addition to working on the independence of the media, provided that legal controls and national interests are taken into account.

Old and new faces

After 23 days of entering Kabul and the presidential palace, the Taliban announced yesterday, Tuesday, the formation of a caretaker government and officials of some of the country’s senior positions by proxy, and the list included 33 names.

The first readings of the announcement of the Taliban movement, the caretaker government, show that it included the names of most of them from the movement itself and its leaders in the previous two decades.

The readings indicate that 14 of the announced names are former Taliban officials during its previous rule and 5 former Guantanamo detainees, in addition to 12 new figures from the second generation of the movement.

The Taliban said Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund would be the head of the new government in Afghanistan.

Zabihullah Mujahid

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said during a press conference that the co-founder of the Taliban, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, would be deputy prime minister.

He added that the movement wants to establish good relations with the United States and with neighboring countries, and called on the countries of the world to recognize the Afghan government and extend a helping hand to the Afghan Prime Time Zone.

Mujahid stressed that “the government is incomplete,” noting that the movement, which promised a “comprehensive” government, will try to “include other Prime Time Zone from other regions in the country” to the government.

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