Established in summer of 2004, the Coalition was created by a core group of Tribal Elders, for the sole purpose of uniting all the tribes of Afghanistan as one. The Elders who gathered at the residence of Prince Abdul Ali Seraj, that year, requested him as a member of the only family in Afghanistan whose hands were not sullied with the blood of his people, as one who had not stolen from the nation and one who had a long family history of Afghan Kings, specially His Majesty King Amanullah Khan, the Victor of Afghanistan, must step forth and take responsibility to help deliver his people from the misery of the past thirty years. The council of elders elected Prince Ali as the President of NCDTA.
The foundation of the NCDTA is based on the premises that it is a movement of the People by the People and for the People. It stands on four pillars: Islam-Nation-Tribes-Independence. It is self-sustained and is not associated with any political party or supported by any foreign government. Registered with the Ministry of Justice, it is the only national, tribal movement in the country with offices in the 34 Provinces.
Since its establishment, NCDTA has become a true grass roots trans-tribal movement (Pushtoons and non-Pushtoons). It has a supreme committee of 11 individuals, 17 founder members and thousands of supporters from within every tribe of Afghanistan. It is wholly supported by the people within each Province.
Since its establishment, the NCDTA has performed the following services for the community and country:
The NCDTA philosophy is that all Afghans, regardless of ethnicity, religion, color or creed, are one. They are all AFGHANS and the NCDTA encourages and promotes the view that the future of Afghanistan and the prosperity of its people are dependent on that common bond.
We are all, before self, before party, before tribe, Afghan first. Understanding that bond empowers the people of Afghanistan to forge a unified Islamic nation with a shared objective, within which all are free to appreciate and celebrate the rich cultural diversity of our past.
To make a better future Afghan First and Nation First must be the same thing and the NCDTA works to ensure, without prejudice for tribe or party, a harmonious balance within Afghan society as the foundation for peace and prosperity in the future.
Afghan first. Nation first.
Strength through unity
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