Islamic scholars announce peace in Afghanistan

Islamic scholars of Pakistan and Afghanistan are participating at a session next to the holy majid "Masjid Al Haram".

Nasib Shah Shinwari

LANDIKOTAL: Islamic scholars from Pakistan and Afghanistan have announced peace in Afghanistan during a historic session next to the holy Masjid of Makkah, the session has organized by the Muslim World League sponsored by the kingdom of Saudi Arabia to bring long-lasting peace to war-torn Afghanistan.

In a tweet, the secretary-general of the Muslim World League, Dr. Mohammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa says that today Islamic scholars from Afghanistan and Pakistan have announced peace in Afghanistan.

The social activists, peace workers, and religious leaders have applauded this great step of the World Muslim League for organizing this meeting to bring peace in Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, the social activists and volunteer workers have demanded the Muslim world and Saudi Arabia, and other Muslim country leaders to work honestly to announce and implement a complete ceasefire in Afghanistan.

The meeting of Islamic scholars in Saudi Arabia has organized at a time when there is fierce fighting continued between the Afghan Taliban and Afghan security forces to have control of the areas at almost 26 provinces of Afghanistan. 

The media reports from Afghanistan say that many persons both local people, Taliban, and Afghan security force personnel have been dead and injured in the fight.