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Shi’ite people ask Taliban to formalize their sect

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

Shi’ite people in Afghanistan in a statement asked the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan to formalize their sect and protect their citizenship rights in the framework of an inclusive government.

In the statement that was titled “Demands and ideas of Shi’ite people in Afghanistan,” the people asked that for protection of their all political, economic, societal, cultural, freedom of speech, and political participation.

Writers of the statement welcomed the green signal of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan for the establishment of an inclusive government and added that the Afghan government will not be inclusive without their participation as they form 25 percent of the Afghan population.

The Shi’ite people also asked for the creation of exclusive courts of Shi’ite people where they can implement their own law.

It comes as a number of Shi’ite leaders met with the political deputy of PM Abdul Kabir on Sunday, December 26 and they were given assurance of their security in Afghanistan.

Earlier, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan had said that they will be making a mechanism based on which the Shi’ite people will be implementing their own sect to solve their conflicts.

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