Recent developments suggest that Afghanistan is on the brink of a civil war. Experts suggest that an inclusive government, comprising all nationalities and ethnicities, can end the obliteration. Peace in the war-torn country, however, is akin to the establishment of the rule of one-faction. Afghanistan is a divided nation exploited mercilessly by the United States of America and their cronies i.e., the warlords. The country is home to people belonging from Pashtun, Tajik, Uzbek, Turk and Hazara descent including many other minority ethnicities. On top of it, there are many economic, religious and tribal fault lines among them. Even though the idea of a consensus-based government sounds melodious to the ear, it contains propensity to harbour seeds of destruction. An all-inclusive system of governance is all but a new idea. Lebanon and Somalia have inclusive governments. Simultaneously, both these states have largely failed to govern and to maintain peace. Furthermore, struggle for power continues to fester, and failure persists. A house divided against itself cannot stand. It is, therefore, imperative that one faction in Afghanistan wins the loyalty of all other groups, preferably in a peaceful way. The same faction may chart out a manifesto containing basic tenets. The same must resonate with the will of the masses. Moreover, it must exhibit moderation on such issues as women’s education. Ergo, peace in Afghanistan will remain a Pipedream unless on and only one party establishes rule based on justice, equality and growth.