Abdullah says differences ‘partly’ resolved with Taliban

Abdullah Abdullah, chairman of the reconciliation council says that the Afghan government-appointed delegation and Taliban negotiating team have managed to partly solve their differences over the Jaafari-Hanafi religious jurisprudence

Oct 03, 2020
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Abdullah Abdullah, chairman of the reconciliation council says that the Afghan government-appointed delegation and Taliban negotiating team have managed to partly solve their differences over the Jaafari-Hanafi religious jurisprudence.

Taliban’s contact group had earlier insisted that the Hanafi (Sunni Muslim) should be considered as the only source when they face differences during the negotiations. They said that Jaafari (Shiite Muslims) jurisprudence would be discussed in meetings on the next constitution. Shiite Muslims make up 20 per cent of Afghanistan’s population.

Abdullah said Friday that “one of the obstructions before the speedy progress in the talks was resolved.


http://www.afghanistantimes.af/abdullah-says-differences-partly-resolved-with-taliban/

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