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The brother of the Afghan president pledges allegiance to the Taliban, and a leader kisses his head

The Taliban announced the pledge of allegiance to "Hashmat Ghani", the brother of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, after the movement took control of the capital, Kabul, which forced the president to flee the country, and who said at the time that he left the country in order to avoid "bloodshed."

A video clip published by the movement appeared on its accounts on the communication sites, and the account of the Al-Arabiya channel was re-published by the brother of the Afghan president during his pledge of allegiance to the leaders of the movement, and one of them kissed his head.

President Ashraf Ghani left the country last Sunday, coinciding with the entry of Taliban fighters into the capital, Kabul, without facing any significant resistance from the internationally recognized government forces. While Ashraf Ghani said that he "left the country in order to avoid bloodshed," while many Afghan officials criticized him after he left the country at critical moments.

And in his first speech after announcing the reception of the UAE after his departure from his country, after the Taliban movement took control of the Afghan capital, Kabul, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani came out, to address his people, where the Afghan President, Ashraf Ghani, said that he left Afghanistan without blood He added: "I left the country and did not have any money." Ghani added in a speech on the developments in the situation in Afghanistan: We were not defeated, but rather were defeated by politics.

Ashraf Ghani added: The Afghan people want peace, and I respect Karzai's efforts and the head of the reconciliation committee, Abdullah Abdullah, and I am in the Emirates, but I will return to my country in the near future, continuing: I hope that the war in Afghanistan will end.

The Afghan president said: I am in the UAE now and I will provide details of what happened on the day Kabul fell, and I left Afghanistan as Mullah Omar left 20 years ago.

Ashraf Ghani continued: I only owned some books and took them out with me. I did not sell Afghanistan and did not run away, and there were those who informed me that the head of the ruler was wanted. Who is looking for me, and I was in the palace when the guards told me that there was something like a coup after the Taliban entered the capital.