National Resistance Front of Afghanistan

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صبغت الله احمدی.

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صالح محمد رجستانی در 28 آگوست 1963 به دنیا آمد. او کار خود را در سال 1980 با قهرمان ملی افغانستان احمد شاه مسعود آغاز کرد. تحصیلات نظامی خود را در دانشگاه جمعیت اسلامی به پایان رساند و سپس افسر نظامی شد. فرمانده رجستانی تحت تعلیم و سرپرستی احمدشاه مسعود بود. او بیش از 21 سال با او کار کرد و تاکتیک ها و مهارت های مختلفی را آموخت. آقای رجستانی در سال ۱۳۷۳ در پوهنحی علوم سیاسی در پوهنتون کابل پذیرفته شد.

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علی نظری رئیس روابط خارجی جبهه مقاومت ملی است. وی پیش از این به عنوان سخنگوی دفتر سیاسی احمد مسعود و مشاور شخصی وی در روابط بین الملل فعالیت می کرد. نظری فارغ التحصیل دانشگاه کالیفرنیا، لس آنجلس و دانشکده اقتصاد لندن است. او که رهبری ارتباطات دیپلماتیک NRF را بر عهده دارد، اغلب در رسانه‌های بین‌المللی ظاهر می‌شود تا از منافع جبهه مقاومت ملی و مردم افغانستان دفاع کند و از طریق توییتر به‌روزرسانی‌های بی‌درنگ درباره رویدادهای در حال توسعه ارائه می‌کند.

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Sebghatullah Ahmadi.

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Saleh Mohammad Registani was born on 28th of August 1963. He started his work in 1980 with Afghanistan National Hero – Ahmad Shah Massoud. He completed his military study in Jamiat-e-Islami University and then became a military officer. Commander Registani was taught and supervised by Ahmad Shah Massoud. He was worked with him for more than 21 years and learned different tactics and proficiencies. In 1994, Mr. Registani was admitted to Kabul University in the Faculty of Political Science.

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Ali Nazary is head of foreign relations for the National Resistance Front. He previously served as spokesperson for Ahmad Massoud's political office and as his personal advisor on international relations. Nazary is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles and the London School of Economics. Leading the NRF's diplomatic outreach, he frequently appears on international media to advocate for the interests of the National Resistance Front and the Afghan people, and provides real-time updates on developing events via Twitter.

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Three Essential Principles of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan

Democracy & Social Justice

Afghanistan has and always will be a land defined by its rich sense of ethnic and religious pluralism. The NRF believes that in order to preserve, protect and defend the rights of all Afghans, we must strive for a decentralized government in which the provinces and districts grant authority and legitimacy to the central government in Kabul - not the other way around. Throughout the centuries, Afghans have time and again proven that they refuse to settle for a status quo-imposed upon them by external and internal forces, and we are committed to bearing this fact essential in the formation of our new governing entity. 

We believe that the greatest beauty of Afghanistan lies within the mosaic of its richly diverse society. Whether Tajik, Pashtun, Hazara, Uzbek, Sunni, Shia, Sikh or Hindu, it is imperative that we recognize and appreciate the differences between us, but also come together to contribute to our collective ambition for peace, freedom and justice within our lands. Through a common-sense decentralization of power, we may achieve a future in which Afghanistan maintains its vibrant pluralism and exists in harmony with itself.

Counter-Terrorism

Although that ill-fated day of September the 11th is now twenty years behind us, we must not fall victim to a short sighted logic that forgets the true perils posed by radical extremism. The War on Terror is not over. Today, the NRF remains as the last true bastion of resistance against newly emboldened branches of state-sponsored terrorist cells taking root in the country and seeking to do harm far beyond Afghanistan itself. Unlike Las Vegas, what happens in Afghanistan hardly ever stays there, and we at the NRF are committed to remaining engaged in the fight against these malicious ideologies founded upon nothing more than despair and destruction.

In stark contrast to the Taliban regime’s perverse and sadistic interpretation of Islamic doctrine, the NRF adheres to a form of so-called  “Rational Islam” based upon long standing notions of morality and ethics founded within the Hanafi school of Islamic thought and the Shiite schools, which are deeply embedded within centuries of Afghanistan’s history, culture and traditions. Unlike our barbaric and repressive enemies, we sanctify human life and cherish the gift of liberty.

Economic Justice

The fall of Kabul in August of 2021 was no sporadic or unpredicted event, but rather the culmination of 20 years of corrupt, inept and inhumane bureaucrats quietly siphoning the future of Afghans away for their own gain. Such a precipitous fall of the nation’s capital was simply nothing more than a direct reflection of a longstanding structural decay in the country’s institutions and the people’s confidence within them. For far too long the people of Afghanistan have been stripped away of their dignity while the highest levels of government live in opulence and excess - this can and will come to an end. The people of Afghanistan deserve a nation and environment in which they are able to attain well-paying jobs, feed their children, take control of their future and lead a dignified life. In creating a brighter future for Afghanistan, the NRF stands unwaveringly committed to placing the interests and wellbeing of the Afghan people front and center to its operations.

Decentralization


Afghanistan has and always will be a land defined by its rich sense of ethnic and religious pluralism. The NRF believes that in order to preserve, protect and defend the rights of all Afghans, we must strive for a decentralized government in which the provinces grant authority to the executive branch in Kabul - not the other way around. Throughout the centuries, Afghans have time and again proven that they refuse to settle for a status quo-imposed upon them by external forces, and we are committed to bearing this fact essential in the formation of our new governing entity. 

We believe that the greatest beauty of Afghanistan lies within the mosaic of its richly diverse society. Whether Tajik, Pashtun, Hazara, Uzbek, Sunni, Shia, Sikh or Hindu, it is imperative that we recognize and appreciate the differences between us, but also come together to contribute to our collective ambition for peace, freedom and justice within our lands. Through a common-sense decentralization of power, we may achieve a future in which Afghanistan maintains its vibrant pluralism and exists in harmony with itself.

Counter-Terrorism

Although that ill-fated day of September the 11th is now twenty years behind us, we must not fall victim to a short sighted logic that forgets the true perils posed by radical extremism. The War on Terror is not over. Today, the NRF remains as the last true bastion of resistance against newly emboldened branches of state-sponsored terrorist cells taking root in the country and seeking to do harm far beyond Afghanistan itself. Unlike Las Vegas, what happens in Afghanistan hardly ever stays there, and we at the NRF are committed to remaining engaged in the fight against these malicious ideologies founded upon nothing more than despair and destruction.

In stark contrast to the Taliban regime’s perverse and sadistic interpretation of Islamic doctrine, the NRF adheres to a form of so-called  “Rational Islam” based upon long standing notions of morality and ethics founded within the Hanafi school of Islamic thought and deeply embedded within centuries of Afghan history, culture and traditions. Unlike our barbaric and repressive enemies, we sanctify human life and cherish the gift of liberty.

Economic Justice

The fall of Kabul in August of 2021 was no sporadic or unpredicted event, but rather the culmination of 20 years of corrupt, inept and inhumane bureaucrats quietly siphoning the future of Afghans away for their own gain. Such a precipitous fall of the nation’s capital was simply nothing more than a direct reflection of a longstanding structural decay in the country’s institutions and the people’s confidence within them. For far too long the people of Afghanistan have been stripped away of their dignity while the highest levels of government live in opulence and excess - this can and will come to an end. The people of Afghanistan deserve a nation and environment in which they are able to attain well-paying jobs, feed their children, take control of their future and lead a dignified life. In creating a brighter future for Afghanistan, the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan stands unwaveringly committed to placing the interests and wellbeing of the Afghan people front and center to its operations.