Last quote by Hamid Karzai
Hamid Karzai quotes
Come to your senses, as you are witnessing what is happening on our soil and only through our efforts can our homeland be ours.
I don't want to see my son living as a foreigner.
We do hope there will be a high voter turnout, that nobody will be deterred by security incidents – I am sure there will be some – and that people will come out and vote for the person, man or woman, of their choice without pressure, without the force of money or any other pressure.
I am committed to having the ability by 2014, meaning another five years which by now is almost four years, to reach a level of strength and ability and capacity within our forces to provide for our own security.
Those Taliban who are not part of al-Qaeda or other terrorist networks are welcome to come back to their country, lay down arms and resume life under the constitution of Afghanistan.
We say the same thing; Maybe we won't need a second round and Abdulla won.
It's the second presidential and parliamentary elections in Afghanistan and I'm sure that, Inch Allah, this will be for peace, for progress and for the wellbeing of the Afghan people.
I request the Afghan people to come out and vote so that, through their vote, Afghanistan can be a more secure, more peaceful and a better country.
In this specific area of the war and the fight against terrorism, I found in President Zadari a good will and vision.
Security continues to be our biggest challenge, without which progress on every other objective that we have will be either difficult, or sometimes impossible.
For those Afghans living in the Southern Province of Afghanistan who face murder and destruction at the hands of terrorists or even to those civilians who inadvertently fall victim to counter-terrorism operations, demand on justice is reduced to a bleak minimum.
The people of Afghanistan are hurt and saddened by this incident, we are sad, we share our solidarity with the victims' families.
Just as we are overtaken with sorrow, our hands should be extended with the maximum help that all of us can afford.
A day of peace, a day of democracy, a day of the empowerment of the Afghan people.