Message to Doha conference on Afghanistan

Faheem Nazimi


My message to Doha conference on Afghanistan Why Afghans are the most tormented people in the world (19, 20. 21 centuries), would Afghans ever get a piece of peace? I am calling on the International Community and the UN to help Afghanistan ‘peace process by bringing Pakistan to the negotiating table to sign a non-interference treaty with Afghanistan based on the reminiscence of the Gladstone’s treaty signed between Afghanistan and British India.

The paradigm of terror against Afghanistan is the aberration of Gladstone’s policy on Afghanistan that ended hostilities with Afghanistan in the 19th century. Any real policy change toward Afghanistan will require Pakistan to return to the policy of abandoning Forward Policy and adopt the strategy and policy line pursued by the former British prime minister in 19th centuries following the second Anglo -Afghan War Gladstone who appointed Lord Rippon as the viceroy of India in place of Lytton and his Liberal cabinet decided to abandon the Forward Policy vis a vis Afghanistan.

Unless Pakistan comes to its sense and changes its course of action against Afghanistan fundamentally, which is very unlikely, and stop their reign of terror, pursued by the British since the 1870s will continue precluding any chances of lasting peace in Afghanistan? Afghanistan needs to confront Pakistan’s hostile strategy with a counter-narrative and rebuff it firmly. The people of Afghanistan need to steadfast Pakistan’s aggression and rise as one against the violence.

The best way to fight back for the people of Afghanistan would be to support the pre-eminence of the cry of Afghanistan’s irredenta. The current government in Afghanistan seems to be doing well and Pakistan will never stand this as per the British old doctrine.

Afghanistan needs to tell the world that Pakistan must firmly adhere to Gladstone’s policy of none-interference on Afghanistan that stopped the then British colonial interferences in the internal affairs of Afghanistan in 19th Century following the second Anglo-Afghan War, although it did not sustain unfortunately.

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