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Afghanistan Politic war

The Hizb-i-wahdat ambassador (on the right) with is assistant in Peshawar, Pakistan. .In between them, the print portrait of the actual spiritual and political leader of the Hazara people Mohammad Karim Khalili (on the right) and the former Leader Ustad Abdul Ali Mazari (on the left). ..Abdul Karim Khalili is son of Mohammad Aslam. Karim Khalili was born in 1329 H.S. (1950) in Qol-e-Khesh Behsud. It means, a part of Behsud district, province of Maidan. Today Abdul Karim Khalili is the current Leader of Hizb-e-Wahdat and Vice President of Afghanistan...Abdul Ali Mazari was born 1946 in the village of Charkint, south of the city of Mizar-i-Shrief, in northern Afghanistan, into a Hazara family. That is the reason he used surname Mazari..He studied theology in Qom, Iran. There he got involved in the Mujahideen resistance movement against the Russians in Afghanistan. He was one of the leading figures in unifying the Hazara resistance parties into one unified party, Hizb-i-wahdat (Unity Party). This party played a leading and positive role in voicing and fighting for the oppressed Hazara people of Afghanistan. During the civil war it held all the Hazara-populated areas in Afghanistan. He was highly respected figure among the Hazaras, for he had given them a voice and pride, he was affectionately called Baba (father) Mazari and Ustad (teacher) Mazari..During the siege of Kabul, the Talibans lured him for negotiations and then brutally killed him on Sunday 21/12/1373 (March 11 1995). His funeral procession march on foot from Kabul to Bamiyan and then Mazar-i-Sharif, where he was buried.
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Afghan politicians
The Hizb-i-wahdat ambassador (on the right) with is assistant in Peshawar, Pakistan. .In between them, the print portrait of the actual spiritual and political leader of the Hazara people Mohammad Karim Khalili (on the right) and the former Leader Ustad Abdul Ali Mazari (on the left). ..Abdul Karim Khalili is son of Mohammad Aslam. Karim Khalili was born in 1329 H.S. (1950) in Qol-e-Khesh Behsud. It means, a part of Behsud district, province of Maidan. Today Abdul Karim Khalili is the current...
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From gallery: Afghanistan Politic war
Source: YumeVisionPhotographers
Date: 18 Oct 1999
Location: Peshawar NWFP (North-West Frontier Province) Pakistan/Afghanistan
Credit: Swen Connrad'/YumeVision
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  • Afghanistan
  • Warlord
  • Murderer
  • Assassin
  • Kiler
  • Politic
  • War
  • Conflict
  • Soldier
  • Mujahedin
  • Mujahideen
  • Fight
  • Combat
  • Hostilities
  • Battle
  • Commander
  • Armed conflicts
  • Armed resistance movements
  • Civil wars
  • Combatants
  • Ethnic minorities
  • Freedom of religion
  • Fundamentalism
  • Political institutions
  • Political opposition
  • Political representation
  • Political repression
  • Political situation
  • Religious conflicts
  • Religious movements
  • Religious minorities
  • Rule of law
  • Vulnerable groups

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