KABUL: Gunmen flanked an Islamic researcher as he conveyed a red hot discourse on Friday to a pressed Kabul mosque at the main supplications of the week — the first since the Taliban held onto power in Afghanistan five days prior.
The minister revitalized the steadfast at the Abdul Rahman Mosque with a set of experiences exercise on how Afghans had beaten the British domain, the Soviet Union and presently the United States on the war zone.
"Afghans have by and by shown aggregate pride," he said, adding "Afghans naturally are a daring country".
Lessons at Friday supplications are normally planned by the public authority to convey not at all subtle or plain political messages on public solidarity and different points.
Following the Taliban's re-visitation of force last end of the week, Friday's petitions were firmly investigated for any message the hardline Islamist development was attempting to give.
The Taliban have been attempting to project a milder picture contrasted with the standing they acquired during their first manifestation that finished in 2001. Then, at that point, shops, schools, government workplaces and even traffic stopped for Friday petitions — and anybody late as the muezzin called the unwavering gambled a lashing across the rear of the legs.
The shooters flanking the researcher at Abdul Rahman mosque Friday cut impressive figures as the gathering stooped on the floor — a few men squirming with rosary dabs.
A few different participants shot the procedures with their cell phones.
At mosques across the capital the general topic gave off an impression of being an interest for Afghans to allow the new system an opportunity: rather than escaping the nation, assist with revamping it, was the message.
Hundreds went to the Hazarat Mostafa mosque in the western rural areas of Kabul where the neighborhood Imam made no notice of the Taliban.
He did, nonetheless, contact momentarily on the lamentable scenes at the air terminal — where thousands are frantically attempting to enter in the desire for getting a clearing trip out.
"Those with feeble confidence are pursuing or swinging from American planes. They should remain and construct their country," the Imam said.
The United States has flown in large number of troops to Kabul's air terminal in a frantic work to clear Afghans who worked for US interests during the 20-year occupation that was because of end by August 31.
One participant at Hazarat Mostafa mosque noted many present were beginning to develop whiskers — which the Taliban demanded everything men completed twenty years prior. "There were some Taliban among the group, yet they were tranquil and quiet," he said.
The Taliban demand they will keep on administering as per Islamic standards, however exactly how rigorously they are deciphered remaining parts not yet clear.
"Allow us to perceive what occurs," said businessperson Wahid at a more modest mosque somewhere else in the city.