First of all, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to government of Japan and UNESCO Office for conduction of this important event. I have come from Afghanistan, the country where has preserved the Buddha Statues, the greatest cultural glory of mankind and the proudest historical witness for 1600 years.
I have come from Afghanistan, the country where has expectantly hugged the wounded and torn identity of the world for 16 years. Today, Bamiyan has come to Japan. Bamiyan, the (...)
So-called country Afghanistan is a big graveyard; the question of partition arises!
Tuesday 18 July 2017
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So-called country Afghanistan is still one of the biggest graveyards in the world. UNAMA latest report says over five thousandths of civilians were killed and injured since January 2017. Pashtun armed groups such as the Taliban, Daesh and Kuchi-Taliban are mostly responsible for the attacks, and many officials support them based on their common ethnic affiliation.
While there is no any hope in so-called country Afghanistan, the question of partition arises: Why should we live together when there is no any common understanding, and even many mostly from the Hazara, Uzbek, Turkmen and Tajik communities do not accept Afghan as national identity and Afghanistan as the name for their country.