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‘IEA strongly supports modern, religious education’

‘IEA strongly supports modern, religious education’

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2 May 2024 - 16:58
‘IEA strongly supports modern, religious education’
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2 May 2024 - 16:58

KABUL (Pajhwok): The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) supported religious and modern education, a statement said on Thursday.

Mawlavi Abdul Kabir, the acting prime minister’s aide for political affairs, said this during the educational year inauguration ceremony of Jamai Riyad-ul-Uloum in capital Kabul.

He said all Madrases, including the Riyad-ul-Uloum educational year was lunched at a time when Islamic system was established in the country.

He said once upon a time the inauguration of religious schools was considered a crime but now ulema were confidently teaching at Madresas.

Mawlavi Abdul Kabir said that gap between religious and modern education had ended, adding that as a result of direct sacrifices by the students of religious schools the occupation has ended and the Islamic system had been established.

He said this system and country was shared by everyone and everyone could work here confidently, nobody should feel strange, he added.

He said Afghanistan has political engagement with a number of countries besides neighbor countries, commercial ports were opened and if the Wakhan port is constructed Afghanistan would become center of economic activities.

Mawlavi Abdul Kabir said that the IEA supported its expenditures from internal revenue and nobody dared to betray with the Baitulmal.

“This is the propaganda of prejudice circles that the IEA is against modern education, the reality is that the IEA support modern and religious education,” he said.

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