Kabul, MINA — The members of the Afghan Ulema Council are saying that their interaction with the Pakistani Ulemas was positive during the Ulemas Conference in Indonesia, Khaama Press News Agency reported Tuesday.
A number of the Afghan Ulemas who had attended the conference appeared in a press conference after their return to the country.
In regards to the stance of the Pakistani Ulemas regarding the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan, the Afghan Uelmas said that the Pakistani Ulemas support a peace initiative to end the ongoing violence and war.
They also added that the participants of the conference rejected the suicide attacks and condemned the act in strongest terms.
The conference of the Ulemas regarding Afghanistan was organized on Friday in Indonesia where Ulemas from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Indonesia participated for the debate regarding the situation of Afghanistan.
In a joint declaration issued at the conclusion of the conference, the Ulemas declared their support to Afghan government’s peace offer as they called the war and violence against the principles of Islam.
The Office of the President, ARG Palace, in a statement said the Afghan government welcomes the stance, clarification, and decision of the religious scholars declared by the Ulemas and urges the Ulemas of the other Islamic countries to play their roles to end terrorism, extremism, and help in maintaining peace and stability.
The Taliban group has not commented regarding the declaration of the Ulemas so far.(T/RS5/RS1)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)