Afghan National Flag Comes Up In Kabul amidst the Taliban's Occupation
_by Jon Pebi Tato, Editor, The SPACE
When the current world order has been encapsulated by the Taliban's reign of Terror, no individuals would dare to defy the existing jarring governance. But amidst the trepidation among the Afghanis, the Afghan National flag was seen hoisted in Abdul Haq Square at Kabul, the capital city.
The tweet of Frud Bezhan shows how the Afghanis are defying the reign of terror in a befitting manner, many intellectuals across social media have frequently tweeted or posted "had the president of Afghanistan shown little more bravery, it would have been a different scenario"
The Taliban has taken care of the law and order and on the other hand, the prolonged Northern Alliance seems to have weakened and is on the verge of disintegration, and this comes as a blow to those protesters who rendered amount of bravery to defy the Taliban's occupation in restoring the governance.
A section of northern leaders including former President Hamid Karzai and Abdullah Abdullah, the ex-foreign minister are involved in talks with the Taliban.
Who are the Northern Alliance?
Northern Alliance was the coalition of rebel groups that opposed the Taliban rule between 1996 and 2001. Apart from Ahmad Shah Massoud, Amrullah Saleh, the alliance included Karim Khalili, Abdul Rashid Dostum, Abdullah Abdullah, Mohammad Mohaqiq, Abdul Qadir, Asif Mohseni etc