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After the Council of Afghan Academics in the capital Kabul appealed to end the conflict and “stop shedding Muslim blood,” Masud made a statement on his Facebook account. Stating that they are in favor of a peaceful solution, Masoud said: “The National Resistance Front is ready to end the war immediately in order to achieve lasting peace if the Taliban end their attacks and military operations. in Panjshir and Andarab. We hope to continue negotiations with all parties in a broad meeting with academics and reformists. Used his statements.
Recalling that the majority of the Afghan population is Muslim, Masoud said that the Taliban’s “jihad” in Penjshir and its districts has no religious or humanitarian significance. Massoud said if the Taliban retreated, they would also stay clear of the attack. While the Tajik leader has yet to respond to the Tajik leader’s call, hundreds of fighters are believed to have died in the violent clashes that have continued over the past two days in Punjshir. The National Resistance Front, led by Massoud, negotiated with the Taliban, whose region it did not want to cede, but the parties could not come to an agreement.
FACTORS THAT MAKE OPERATION DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND
Panjshir province, located about 50 kilometers from the capital Kabul, was a district before the US invasion in 2001. The majority of the region with a population of around 170,000 is made up of Tajiks. Taliban forces, which spread across the country in the late 1990s, were unable to enter Pancşir, which demonstrated effective resistance under the leadership of Ahmet Shah Mesut against the occupation of the Soviet Union in the 1980s, but Taliban forces dispersed. on many fronts during the said period.
The region, which consists of a series of valleys and has a total length of 120 kilometers, offers natural protection to its inhabitants as it is surrounded by thousands of meters of rugged mountains. Providing entrances and exits into the valley through a passage makes military operations very difficult.
The Panjirs, who also played a role in the capture of Kabul from the Taliban in 2001, claim de facto autonomy, as they are usually ruled by a leader of the region.
The region’s armed and political establishment is led by Ahmed Massoud, son of Ahmet Shah Massoud, who was killed by al-Qaeda militants. The Afghan National Resistance Front tried by Russia and other countries to persuade and help the Taliban, but to no avail.
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