Sharia Law To be in Force in Afghanistan, says Taliban Supreme Leader Akhundzada


Taliban’s Supreme leader Hibatullah Akhundzada said that Sharia Law would be in force in Afghanistan as the outfit announced its caretaker government in Kabul on Tuesday. “In the future, all issues of governance and life in Afghanistan will be governed by the laws of holy Sharia,” a statement from the Taliban chief read.

Akhundzada said that the Afghan authorities will take serious steps to protect human and minority rights “within the framework of Islam”.

It is to be mentioned that the Taliban announced its new caretaker government on Tuesday ending days of speculation and reports of infighting within the group, which reportedly delayed the announcement of the new dispensation in Afghanistan.

Mullah Mohammad Hasan Akhund, chief of the Taliban’s powerful decision-making body ‘Rehbari Shura’ will head the new “caretaker” government in the country, which it had seized control of on August 15.

Hibatullah Akhundzada further said in the statement, “The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan will use all its resources for economic power, prosperity and development, in addition to strengthening security. It will manage domestic revenues appropriately and transparently, provide special opportunities for international investment and various sectors of trade, and will effectively fight unemployment.”


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