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Religion · Kabul

Afghan Taliban hold 1st major clerical meetup since takeover

Coverage: 5 sources
Taliban rulers hold first major gathering of Islamic clerics and tribal elders since they seized power in August. Meeting aimed to address grievances and a variety of issues, although its agenda was not announced publicly. Women were not allowed to attend the event, although media reports suggested that the reopening of the girls' schools would be discussed.See the Story
Asia · Kabul

11 Afghan Sikhs to arrive in India with ashes of man killed in Kabul attack

75% Left coverage: 4 sources
Eleven Afghan Sikhs will arrive at the Delhi airport with the ashes of Sawinder Singh. The group will leave for Gurdwara Guru Arjan Dev in Tilak Nagar here. The government had on June 19 granted emergency e-visas to 111 Hindus and Sikhs from Afghanistan.See the Story
Taliban · Kabul

Afghan Grand Assembly Opens In Kabul

The much-awaited Loya Jirga or grand assembly of Afghan religious scholars and elders opened in Kabul on Thursday. The Taliban-led government’s chief spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid announced the opening. Some 70 personalities representing Afghan refugees in Pakistan and about 30 others from refugees living in Iran have participated.See the Story
Kabul · Kabul

Stage set for grand meeting of religious scholars, influential figures in Kabul 'for national unity'

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Around 3,000 scholars, tribal elders, and others from across Afghanistan will attend the meeting on Thursday.See the Story
Taliban · Kabul

Taliban meeting of 3,000 attacked in Kabul

Some 3,000 Taliban representatives had gathered in Kabul for a Loya Jirga, an important assembly of leaders to decide on political issues. Acting deputy prime minister announced that females were banned from participating in the large gathering. The rebel group National Resistance Front (NRF), has claimed responsibility for the attack.See the Story
Taliban · Kabul

Afghanistan: Shooting Interrupts Assembly to Legitimize Taliban Regime

A shooting around Kabul's Loya Jirga Hall interrupted an assembly on Thursday with thousands of religious scholars, tribal elders and senior leaders of the Taliban government, the first such event since Islamists control power.See the Story
Kabul · Kabul

Shooting in front of Polytechnic University; Mujahid: Security forces target a suspicious location

In contrast to the relevant Polytechnic University of Kabul city's 5th security precincts, shots have been heard; security forces say the shots were fired by security forces on a suspicious location.See the Story
Kabul · Kabul

Eleven Sikhs leave Afghanistan for India days after attack on Kabul gurdwara

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The group carried the ashes of Sawinder Singh, who was killed in the attack on June 18.See the Story
Kabul · Kabul

Half a million IDP families at risk of homelessness

Up to half a million families in Afghanistan at risk of homelessness, warns the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) NRC said the informal settlements provided shelter and access to humanitarian assistance to some of Afghanistan's most vulnerable populations. The Taliban, with the support of the international community, needed to urgently work on sustainable solutions for displaced Afghan people.See the Story
Work · Kabul

Hassan to ulema: Work for beefing up Islamic system

KABUL (Pajhwok): Acting Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund has urged ulema and tribal elders to support the existing Islamic system. He questioned the credentialsSee the Story
Kabul · Kabul

The Great Meeting of Scholars in Kabul Begins Today

The grand meeting of scholars — which will have nearly three thousand participants — begins today at the Loya Jirga Tabernacle in Kabul.See the Story
Taliban · Kabul

Taliban Rallying for Man Rallying

Thousands of religiously learned men and village elders from across the country have gathered at the Taliban's invitation in Afghanistan's capital Kabul to discuss and, the Taliban hopes, approve the fundamentalist movement's harsh Islamist policies.See the Story

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