The Afghan’s Wounds Need Healing


Naseebullah Khan
This land has been converted into a scapegoat by the regional and world powers. They have been paying for the sins which they have not committed. Itseconomic potential, its untapped national resources, and its strategic importance has becomeimprecations rather blessings. Their socioeconomic, political, and security indicators have been one of the worst in the world. This soil has become the place of the highest numbers of imputed citizens in the world.The US and its allies have not withdrew completely, the country has been into internal feuds. The intra-Afghan talks have been postponed and the Taliban have started capturing many areas from the Afghan forces. Consequently, uncertainty, bloodbath, chaos, devastation of socio-economic situation has been engulfing the Afghans again.At one end the burden is on the shoulders of the Afghan government, the Taliban while on the other side the responsibility of the involved players in Afghanistan are to engage both parties so that to resolve the points of disagreement. After the withdrawal, whether the Ghani government collapses or not or the Taliban take over the Kabul, the wounds will not heal. The Afghan will continue fight against the Afghan. The internal bloodshed will benefit none,neitherthe Ghani government, the Taliban, the world, nor the regional playersA peaceful Afghanistan is in the interests of the region and the world. The answer of bullet should not be bullet. The Taliban must extrapolate that the stubborn attitude of toppling the government and not participating in a general election will not help them too. If they capture the throne through a warmongering, their fate will not be different than that of their last government. Aruin Afghanistan by war will be a halter for the Taliban. A stable and peaceful Afghanistan could be a game changer for the fulfillment of their manifesto, which could be only possible through a democratic process of election.Can Afghanistan not become a neutralized state? Can the regional and world proxies not end? Do the Afghans have no right of a peaceful living?Would any county involved there like their imposed doctrines and puppets in their own Countries? The involved internal, regional, and international parties should look into their own collars? In the midst of such a horrifying situation, there will be no winner neither the Afghan government nor the Taliban rather the losers will be the citizens of Afghanistan, who had been Suffering since decades. All actors should have mercy on this marginalized people. They deserve love and their wounds need healing.