Forum Menu - Click/Swipe to open
 
Top Members

Taliban 2.0

Jump to page:

You have contributed 0.0% of this topic

Thread Tools
Appreciate
Topic Appreciation
ALIF, khalidiqbal
Rank Image
xs11ax's avatar
Unspecified
3,184
Brother
2,480
xs11ax's avatar
#91 [Permalink] Posted on 26th June 2021 11:26
khalidiqbal wrote:
View original post

You had me confused for a bit there. I have direct contact with Colonel Hardstone, but I wanted to share this news with everyone and also gain the perspective of others. Especially those who are close to the region. I think sipraomer would be good for this. Anyone in contact with him?
report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
Offline
Unspecified
271
Brother
233
#92 [Permalink] Posted on 28th June 2021 05:32
xs11ax wrote:
View original post


assalamu alaykum, you can follow afghan people (back home or diaspora) on twitter and they post first hand info and vids from their regions. i follow some diaspora in the west, just random afghan youth that post info about back home once in awhile.

it's eye-opening for me. i learned that the people of afghanistan are very disunited, along religious, class, and ethnic lines.
report post quote code quick quote reply
+3 -0
back to top
Rank Image
Rajab's avatar
Offline
Unspecified
1,341
Brother
624
Rajab's avatar
#93 [Permalink] Posted on 28th June 2021 19:31
kanzoorbhai wrote:
View original post

Yes its not all rosy as some people like to paint the picture. The problems won't disappear even when america and NATO leaves.
report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
xs11ax's avatar
Unspecified
3,184
Brother
2,480
xs11ax's avatar
#94 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd July 2021 22:45
Taliban gains from 1st June 2021 to 1st July 2021.

report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
Asaaghir's avatar
Spinistan Throne
736
Brother
452
Asaaghir's avatar
#95 [Permalink] Posted on 4th July 2021 20:39
xs11ax wrote:
View original post

Does anyone remember the news paper that used to publish these maps of territories gained on a weekly basis?

Those days are back :)
report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
Rajab's avatar
Offline
Unspecified
1,341
Brother
624
Rajab's avatar
#96 [Permalink] Posted on 5th July 2021 15:27
The Taliban now control roughly a third of all 421 districts and district centers in Afghanistan.

On Monday, Tajikistan’s national security committee said 1,037 Afghan government troops had fled into the ex-Soviet country “in order to save their lives” after clashes with the Taliban during the night.

Afghanistan government forces are planning a counteroffensive in the country’s northern provinces after losing ground to the Taliban, Russia’s RIA news agency has cited an adviser to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani as saying.

report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
abu mohammed's avatar
London
23,606
Brother
8,932
abu mohammed's avatar
#97 [Permalink] Posted on 5th July 2021 16:29
Asaaghir wrote:
View original post

Dharb e Mu'min? (English and Urdu)
report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
Rajab's avatar
Offline
Unspecified
1,341
Brother
624
Rajab's avatar
#98 [Permalink] Posted on 15th July 2021 12:40
"Britain will work with the Taliban if they enter the government in Afghanistan," British Defence Minister Ben Wallace
report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
Offline
Unspecified
7
Brother
5
#99 [Permalink] Posted on 17th July 2021 04:18
Taliban would no longer allow China’s Uyghur separatist fighters from Xinjiang to enter Afghanistan

Beijing: The Taliban has said it sees China as a “friend” of Afghanistan and assured Beijing that it would not host Uyghur Islamic militants from the volatile Xinjiang province, which is a major worry for the Chinese government, according to a media report.

Playing down China’s concerns, the Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said they see China as a friend to Afghanistan and is hoping to talk to Beijing about investing in reconstruction work as soon as possible .

Suhail also said the Taliban would no longer allow China’s Uyghur separatist fighters from Xinjiang, some of whom had previously sought refuge in Afghanistan, to enter the country.

The Taliban would also prevent Al-Qaeda or any other terrorist group from operating there, he said.

From: The Telegraph, 12 July 2021
report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
Offline
Unspecified
53
Brother
43
#100 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd July 2021 01:18
السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته

I have been to Afghanistan a couple of times for business purpose.

It was my first trip to a Muslim country after many years and I was really looking forward to seeing deen among the masses.

But it was surprising to see that majority of the people were not coming to the mosque to pray even though the adhan was happening right next to them. There were more people at Fajr and Dhuhr at the non Muslim country I was living in than there was in the mosques there (in Kabul at least).

I felt a lot of grief from this and realized that we all need deeper connection to deen to be able to practice it on a daily basis, even as fundamental as prayers in the Mosque.


report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
Offline
Unspecified
7
Brother
5
#101 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd July 2021 04:22
طالب wrote:
View original post

Wa alaykum as salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

In a society, we have to look at the deeds of the most pious and compare them with the deeds of the most pious in other societies to get an idea of how much deen there is in a society. The laity will always be just that, the laity.

It was only in the times of the khayrul quroon that there was an abundance of pious people (thullatum minal awwaleen, wa qaleelum minal akhireen). A society is most pious when the lives of the pious minority most resemble the lives of the prophets and the companions. In this account, we can say with some confidence that the lives of the pious of Afghanistan are closer to the lives of the khayrul quroon.

Kabul of the 50s and 60s was very different from Kabul of the 90s only because the people in charge of its affairs held very different views on shariah.

The Afghan delegate that took part in the multilateral peace talks got up mid meeting to perform salah ba jamaa, and we have not seen such deeni fervor among other leaders of nations.

We look for open karaamaat, when reality is usually much more sober, and sobering. The difference between piety and heedlessness is usually only in intention (niyyah) and this is something Allah Taala has hidden from us.
report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top
Rank Image
Offline
Unspecified
53
Brother
43
#102 [Permalink] Posted on 26th July 2021 01:21
sharjan8643 wrote:
View original post

جزاك الله خيرا Nice perspective.
report post quote code quick quote reply
back to top

Jump to page: