Atta Mohammad Noor and Salahuddin Rabbani, leaders of two factions of Jamiat-e-Islami Party, discussed enhancing coordination and consensus in decision-making.
Noor shared details of this meeting on his X social media platform, highlighting the emphasis on strengthening political faction ranks as a crucial strategy for "defeating the common enemy”.
Sources indicate that Atta Mohammad Noor travelled to Ankara, Turkey, to meet Salahuddin Rabbani, a gathering aimed at coordinating efforts among Taliban opponents.
As leaders of separate branches of the Jamiat-e-Islami Party of Afghanistan, Noor and Rabbani, along with several party members, parted ways in March 2021 due to a leadership dispute within the party.
During this timeframe, both Noor and Rabbani considered themselves as the leaders of the primary faction of the Jamiat-e-Islami Party.
Noor stated in a note that their discussions encompassed the political landscape in Afghanistan, and the two sides mutually agreed on the need for coordination among political factions to address the "critical situation”.