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Sunday, September 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Yesterday September 1st was coincided with World Peace Day.
The world observe this day with great aspiration. Establishment of the UN after Second World War is based mainly for restoration of peace in the world, because war brings nothing but miseries for human-being.
The efforts made by world community in hot spots of the world like Afghanistan is based on this purpose.
The ugly phenomenon of terrorism, this enemy of peace and humanity creates hurdles for not implementation of peace so; it troubles the water so fish from it.
We live in a time that because of high progress of science and technology, the globe is changed into a small village.
This closeness needs peaceful atmosphere. Because small skirmishes threatens the others’ interests and normal life.
So, it is up to this close world family to work jointly for attaining to this holy and humanitarian aspiration.
Afghanistan as a victim of imposed long wars is thirsty of peace.
Establishment of high peace council and other institutions work for peace stem from this goal.
As the holy religion of Islam says that peace is better, the time proves the reality of this heavenly aim and Afghanistan as a Muslim nation and member of world family makes efforts to gain this goal.
World and regional cooperation is needed to remove all threats of war and terrorism, this factor of inflaming of insecurity.
Based on the same, in his statement delivered in NAM Summit held recently in Tehran president Karzai in his speech said that “we have invited our brotherly neighbor Pakistan to help us in our pursuit of Lasting peace and security.”
“We are of the firm belief that ensuring security and stability in the region and eliminating the threat of terrorism depends on our sincere cooperation.”
What is mentionable is this that a stable Afghanistan is in the benefit of the region and the world as a whole. So, it is up to help each other to maintain peace in every corner of globe.
Especially in Afghanistan as the heart of Asia it bears fruits for all. In such a situation, observing world peace day is a good measure.

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Test has started from the teachers and principals of Afghan Hajjis and this year it is expected that 600 teachers will be dispatched to the Saudi Arabia at the composition of the Hajj delegation by the Ministry of Hajj and Endowment.
Dr. Yusuf Niazi, Minister of Hajj and Endowment supervised the test process of the teachers.
The test has also been taken at the provinces. He told the press that from every province 30 persons have been selected and after test 10 of them will be selected who gain better points.
He noted that this year 30,000 Hajjis will participate at the Hajj process. The procedure for the Afghan Hajjis has been completed and their passport and visa is in the process.
Dr. Nizai added that each group of Hajji pilgrims will be accompanied with a principal and three teachers. The shelter issue for the Afghan Hajjis has been completely resolved in the Saudi Arabia.

Sunday, August 26, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The sympathy message notes that “I was informed with great regret that one of the lecturers of the Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan Mohammad Yunos Bereya has died due to an illness, may his departed soul rest in peace. 
Late Mohammd Yunos Bereya was a researcher who served in educational institutions for long years and lately he served at the Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan and his served at the Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan and his services worth praise.  His death is a loss.”  The President in his message conveys his deep sympathies to the bereaved family, friends and members of the academy of sciences of Afghanistan and wishes peace for his soul and patience for the bereaved family members.

Sunday 19 August 2012,

WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama wished Muslims well on Saturday for the feast of Eid-ul-Fitr marking the end of the holy month of Ramazan.

In the United States, Saturday was considered the 30th and final day of the dawn-to-dusk month of fasting this year, and Sunday will mark the start of the feast.

“Michelle and I extend our warmest wishes to Muslim communities in the United States and around the world as they celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr,” Obama said in a statement released by the White House.

“For Muslims, Ramazan has been a time of fasting, prayer and spiritual renewal. These past four weeks have also been a time to serve the less fortunate, a reminder of the obligations that people of all faiths have to each other.”

Wishing Muslims across the United States and around the world “Eid mubarak”(happy holiday), Obama said the celebrations in America speak to “the truth that communities of faith, including Muslim Americans, enrich our national life, strengthen our democracy and uphold our freedoms, including the freedom of religion.”

“That is why we stand with people of all faiths, in the United States and around the world, in protecting and advancing this universal human right,” he added.