Afghanistan’s ex-president Karzai orders Biden on frozen background brutality

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of Afghanistan former President on On Sunday, the White House ordered to freeze $3.5 billion in Afghan assets afflicted in United States for families of Victims of 9/11 are an atrocity against Afghan people.

Former President Hamid Karzai in a pack news asked for a conference help of Americans, especially families of thousands of people were killed in September 11 terrorist attacks to pressure President Joe Biden to dissolve last order of the week. He said Afghans described it as “unfair and unjust”. also became a victim of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

Bin Laden was brought to Afghanistan by Afghan warlords after he was deported from Sudan. in 1996. The same warlords would later become allies with US-led coalition to overthrow the Taliban in 2001. However, the leader of the Taliban was Mullah Mohammed Omar. who refused to deliver over Bin Laden traveled to the United States after the devastating 9/11 attacks that killed thousands.

” people of Afghanistan share aspect of American people, share aspect of their families and loved ones of these are who died, who they lost their lives in tragedy of 9/11,” Karzai said, “deal. with them (but) Afghan people suffer as much as those families who they lost their lives. … withholding money or capture money from people of Afghanistan in their names are unjust and unjust and a savagery against Afghan people”

President Biden’s order signed last Friday released $7 billion in Afghan assets currently afflicted in The US will be divided between the victims of 9/11 and humanitarian aid to Afghans.

9/11 victims and their families have legal rights against Taliban and $7 billion in US banking system. It was $3.5 billion set aside for US court to decide whether it can be used to settle families’ claims of September 11 victims. US courts also must sign off before being released of humane aid money.

We ask the US courts to do the opposite and extradite Afghan soldiers. money back to afghan people,” said Karzai. money does not belong to any government … How are you today money belonging people of Afghanistan.”

Meanwhile, Biden’s warrant calls for The $3.5 billion allocated to humanitarian aid will be turned into a trust and used to help Afghans bypassing the Taliban rulers.

However, Karzai demanded that all of the $7 billion be returned to central Afghanistan. bank to advance his money policy. He argued against Granting Afghan reserves international aid organizations to provide humanitarian aid.

“Joyful give us our own money so it can be spent for those strangers who here to pay your salaries give We convey it to non-governmental organizations (NGOs)”.

of Afghanistan economy swinging on threshold of then crash international money stopped entering the country with most arrival in mid-August of of the Taliban. United Nations last month. made $5 billion appeal for Afghanistan. UN warns 1 million children has in danger of starving and 90% of Afghans live below poverty level of just $1.90 a day.

Karzai was Afghanistan first democratically elected US-led president coalition toppled the Taliban in 2001. Served until 2014 before Ashraf Ghani, who fled the country on August 15, leaving the doors open for Taliban takeover of Kabul. Karzai was considered an all-embracing person. of Afghanistan’s many ethnic groups but its administration, like subsequent Afghan administrations charged with charges of widespread corruption

Karzai spoke at a press conference overflowing with his sprawling campus in capital of Kabul. dozens of of Afghanistan’s Pashto- and Persian-language the journalists joked for space in a second-floor conference room with more more than a dozen television cameras.

Karzai used news conference to put pressure on the country’s Taliban rulers and their leaders opponents to find way get together. lobbied for most traditional Afghan grand consensus, or loya jirga, is a way of finding consensus and a more representative administration.

“We Afghans and current behaving islamic government we should do best not give Any excuse to be America or any other country against us”said.

Anger is growing in Afghanistan since Friday’s White House announcement. The demonstrators marched again in Kabul on demand on sunday money He will be extradited to Afghanistan. However, the Taliban who have also He denounced Biden’s order, dispersing protesters as they tried to rally nearby. cityBayram Gah mosque.

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