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“Our Culture is not That of Extremism, but Based on Convergence,” President Ghani

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Wednesday October 10, 2018

Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani attended a ceremony to commemorate Khwaja Abdullah Ansari and Queen Gowharshad Begum works yesterday, BNA reported. During the ceremony that was held in Arg’s Delkosha Palace and attended by a number of government high-ranking officials and scholars, the President talked about relations between doctrine and sharia from the viewpoint of Per-e-Herat. He added in this era that doctrine has been misinterpreted, it is a need we once again discuss basic relations between doctrine and sharia. He said all pamphlets have been written by researchers of Herat University and other universities on Khwaja Abdullah Ansari, Abdul Rahman Jami and Waez Kashefi should be printed so the schools and universities’ students as well as Afghan refugees to know about their rich culture. The President pointed out the Per-e-Herat has always been like an inspiration source to me and whenever I visit Herat, I go to his shrine too. He said Queen Gawharshad Begum had upper hand in architecture and her style had been indelible in the respect. He added almost 850 historical monuments have not been so far registered and if they are not registered, in fact, we would create a catastrophe. Furthermore, the President clarified that a big joint conference on Gawharshad Begum would be held in Tashkent and it is hoped that Afghan researchers to attend it. The President also suggested that another national conference on prominent painter Kamaluddin Behzad to be held in Kabul, Arg. At the end, the President’s decree on minting medals in the name of Khwaja Abdullah Ansari and Gawharshad Begum was read out by affairs administration deputy, Mohammad Shuaib Timori.

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