What comes to mind when you think of a peace conference in Afghanistan? If there’s one thing that Afghanistan didn’t expect during the peace conference that was held in Kabul last Wednesday, it was the way our nationalist president Ashraf Ghani offered the nation’s future to the hands of the Taliban terrorist group. Especially when […]Read more "Ashraf Ghani’s Taliban Offer: Afghanistan’s Peace Deal or a Submission to Terror"
While it is not worth my time writing about journalists who do not seem to know how to perform their jobs by sticking to the ethical guidelines set by their employers, this short blog was a necessary reminder of Afghanistan’s deep rooted problems in my recent blog about Afghanistan’s ‘Zionist syndrome’. As the ‘Afghan Awakening’ […]Read more "Why BBC Should Consider Firing These Employees"
I am from North Afghanistan. Although there is no such thing as North or South Afghanistan but when I look at the state of my country right now, I am assured that Afghanistan is already a psychologically divided nation – a division along ethnic lines of the Pashtuns who claim to be the majority and […]Read more "Afghanistan and the Pashtun Entitlement"