Questioner Ahmad Ahsan said Taliban supporters had long trusted the leadership but a proposal to open an office in Qatar for talks with foreigners was causing disquiet.
"We have always believed in our leaders and elders. Now we are restless in our minds," Ahsan wrote in the Pashto language.
Mujahid defended the decision, saying the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan – the name the Taliban use for their movement – was led by Mullah Omar, a "person who had proved himself to the world" and that was enough.
He said the Taliban remained steadfast in their objectives. "Leave the rest to Allah and pray," he wrote.
Madiha Khalid from Germany, asked what would happen to girls' schools if the Taliban came back. The Taliban banned girls from school during their hardline rule.
But Mujahid blamed a lack of funds to ensure girls' schools were run according to Islamic tenets.
"We want our mothers and sisters to have education according to Islamic framework," he said.
Lack of funds? Really? School girls have suffered terribly at the hands of the Taliban, from poison to acid attacks, and I don't see that changing any time soon.
But it might be fun to ask a question or two- not that you'd necessarily get an answer. And the forum isn't in English, and translating the page doesn't get you much other than a bunch of squiggles with a few paragraphs of English here and there, so even Mujahid did respond, it's unlikely it would be translatable.