American public desires to leave Afghanistan, U.S. government not agree

For the past 19 years, the Afghan people have seen nothing but only fighting in their country as a result of 9/11 attacks in the US. Now, American people have one desire that is to leave Afghanistan, but their government is not listening to them.
By: Ahmadzai
 
American Public Desires for Peace in Afghanistan
American Public Desires for Peace in Afghanistan
OTTAWA - Aug. 1, 2019 - PRLog -- Afghanistan will have an election in the end of this year after 19 years of pro-American war policy which clearly hasn't worked. In the past, reduction of troops thought that it would reduce violence, but people are still being killed as the fighting is ongoing.

Three presidents have changed in the U.S. while only two changed in Afghanistan holding power so far. American people clearly see an exit from the country, but their leaders do not want to leave.

The military have used all sorts of weapons on Afghan land, for example, the mother of all bombs most recently with Donald Trump giving the order.

For the past 19 years, the Afghan people have seen nothing but only fighting in their country as a result of 9/11 attacks in the US. Now, American people have one desire that is to leave Afghanistan, but their government is not listening to them.

Depending on the peace talks with the Taliban, all Afghans must be included in the process to bring lasting peace forever to the country.

Today, families are still poor in the country, and the youth, they have no other things to do but join Daesh for illicit activities.

Foreign countries such as United Kingdom and Canada have all pull out from Afghanistan's peace process after the mission ended, but the U.S. decided to stay despite against the wishes of the Afghan people.

The same Ji-hadi leaders who were fighting before against Communist, now they call themselves pro-US, and at different times, they say that Taliban are their brothers.

Afghan people are waiting for the American public to come to conclusion about the war and end the suffering through the collective desires for peace.

Written by Meladul Haq Ahmadzai, an Afghan-Canadian peace activist who lives in Canada. Visit his website at www.ahmadzai.ca

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