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Islamic State (IS), which is also known as Daesh terrorist have claimed responsibility for the deadly attack on a mosque in western Herat province.

 

Insurgent attacks have been escalated. Casualties among military and civilians are high. Children and women are among killed and wounded.

 

The US administration has to be careful about every single decision regarding America’s longest war, however, with no eye-caching result in Afghanistan.

 

Most of the Afghan masses still do not have access to clean drinking water despite billions of dollars invested to supply the nation with a steady supply.

 

The most dangerous attitude is to remain constant in blunders. Accepting faults can alter the life. Observing faults can change everything as we all know that old ways won’t open new doors. It is time for some bitter truths.

 

Despite the continued uncertainty surrounding the country, the Afghan security forces are fighting all the 20 terrorist outfits with confidence.

 

After a few of the road blockades that were installed to protect the offices and residential areas of the senior and junior government officials were lifted following a decree issued by the president, people were expressing happiness as they felt a little freedom for walking and driving in their own streets.

 

What we need to put a complete end to the ongoing war in Afghanistan—does military measure will put end, or we still need to constant on reconciliation process.

 

Even if the whole thing is going well, but when security situation is bad, it can bit to such an extent that undermine all other developments.

 

There should an end to the politics of symbolism. Everything has limitations and this imagery has to be ended.

 


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