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Is peace in the world possible? Emphatically, yes as war is an old habit of thought, and an old frame of mind.

 

Eid al-Adha, also called the “Sacrifice Feast” is the second of two Muslim holidays celebrated worldwide each year.

 

Despite other issues, the new US strategy also did not focused on fundamental financial resources of the insurgents. It is a matter of concern that new US policy on Afghanistan remained silent over the danger posed by illicit drug cultivation and trafficking.

 

 

When it comes to the war in Afghanistan, and the issues of financial support of the militant outfits, Afghanistan and her allies have been putting every available effort to eliminate militants and stop its financial resources.

 

Pakistan—the hostile-neighbor, is going through tough situation, as news US strategy showed strong commitment to kill terrorists sponsored by the Pakistani government aimed at destabilizing Afghanistan.

 

There has been always suffering and destruction, but now it seems to get rid of it with destroying hideouts of terrorists that causes these miseries.

 

The US President Trump is looking nervous in finalizing US strategy on Afghanistan. After assuming office the aggressive Trump seems to be losing power of decision-making.

 

For almost three decades, the Afghan children despite bearing the brunt of causalities, they badly affected by conflict.

 

One thing is very much clear that Pakistan would reduce into several pieces. Time is unknown, but it will.

 

How worse it is to learn that children since longtime have been trained to fight and plant Improvised Explosives Device (IED) by Taliban insurgents—a group claiming to be adherent of Islam.

 


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