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    next end Akhund Mullah Abdul Karim Name Akhund Mullah Abdul Karim Ethnic backgr Pashtun Date of birth Function Grade Warlord Shindand History and Biodata 3 Biodata Mullah Abdul Karim Akhund is a Taliban affiliated warlord in Shindand District and leader of a group of 27 men who surrendered their arms and joined the peace process Abdul Karim Akhund demanded of the government to give him job in police to serve

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    Taliban rule Member of a seven member leadership committee in Kandahar 20070500 3 Biodata Abdul Bari Akhund aka Hajji Mullah Sahib was born 1953 in Helmand Province Once a Taliban ideologue and functionary in Kandahar he passed the time at home chatting with friends and neighbors Both seem to go about their daily business without a care in the bustling affairs in Afghanistan Afghanistan s woes past and present he argues are the fault of malign interference by the Soviets and the Americans Operation Enduring Freedom he says is a pretense for manipulating Afghan affairs In a blink he dismisses the argument that the U S led coalition aims only to eradicate al Qaeda If the Arabs were terrorists why didn t America just catch them he asks instead of launching all out war From his Pakistani hideout Hajji Mullah Sahib claims that former Taliban who have been absorbed into the Kandahar government and there are many maintain the rage They still do not want America in Afghanistan he says No one does I can tell you these commanders are working against America now and always will If all those with the government were happy with America how could anyone

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    Kandahar 3 Biodata Haji Mullah Sayed Muhammad Akhund son of Haji Mullah Dad Muhammad Akhund was born in 1960 in the Dand district of Kandahar province He completed his secondary education at Ahmad Shah Baba High School in Kandahar Akhund graduated from Shaheed Ghulam Muhammad Madrasa in Kandahar in 1992 Akhund served as commander of the seventh division in Kandahar He then participated in the Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration DDR

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    Ariana Afghan Airlines under the Taliban regime He was arrested in January 2003 in Lashkargar Afghanistan and later released Six days after former Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani was assassinated authorities in Kabul have arrested a prominent Afghan connected to the Taliban militants as a suspect Hamidullah Akhund was arrested somewhere in Kabul in the past few days New York Times reported quoting an Afghan government spokesman Sifatullah Safi Few details

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    Harakat Inqilab I Islami Islamic Revolution Movement lead by Nabi Mohammadi Studied in various madrassas in Afghanistan before seeking refuge in Quetta Pakistan in 1979 He was wounded three times in the anti Soviet jihad The Karzai Administration planted the info that he should replace Tayyab Agha as the head of the Taliban Office in Doha Qatar 20130327 Akhund is on the UN Sanctions List ID TI A 66 01 Mullah Abbas is clearly the heavy weight on the teams in terms of someone who was and is senior politically and was an active frontline commander pre 2001 More Background He is a former health minister of the Taleban Till recently he headed their important Health Commission which has been negotiating with international health and humanitarian organisations for access to areas under Taleban control to enable immunisation campaigns to ensure Taleban wounded are treated and that the dead get transported to their homes He has been one of the diplomatic faces of the Taleban to the international community especially those working in the humanitarian field He has turned also from being an antagonist of Pakistan and its intelligence services to one of its friends reportedly developing cordial relations with the Pakistani government after being appointed by the Taleban as its main liaison with Islamabad around 2012 He is often confused with Mullah Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanakzai a member of the Qatar based political commission An Achakzai from southern Afghanistan Abbas was rumoured twice to have become the head of the Political Commission in Qatar replacing the veteran confidant of Mullah Omar Tayyeb Agha The reports turned out not to be true However Abbas has tried to unseat Agha from his post by accusing him of corruption among other things and reportedly was supported in this by Pakistan The charges against

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    former Taliban leaders surrender to the Northern Alliance near Kandahar Afghanistan but are released Two were on a US list of twelve most wanted Taliban leaders Defense Minister Mullah Obaidullah Akhund and Justice Minister Mullah Nooruddin Turabi Toorabi Akhund was considered by American intelligence officials to have been one of the Taliban leaders closest to Osma bin Laden The US military denies reports of their release but officials of the new Afghan government confirmed the account and are unrepentant about it They claim they are following through on an announced policy to grant amnesty to any Taliban leaders who surrender CNN reports Though US forces expressed interest in the men they accepted the Afghan decision to let them go and have given no indication they are pursuing them This follows other accounts of Taliban leaders being released in December 2001 A senior Pakistani official later noted Unbelievably not one Taliban cabinet minister was killed arrested or defected to opposition forces during the two month long nonstop bombing It appears that the highest ranking Taliban leader to have been killed or captured is the deputy foreign minister who was killed in a bombing raid Mullah Obaidullah Akhund was captured on January

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    MP MNA Helmand reappointed 3 Biodata Al Haj Mullah Sheer Mohammad Akhundzada was born in Herat Province He is one of the 34 by the President Karzai appointed Members of the Meshrano Jirga He is not elected Sher Shir Mohammed Akhundzada is a tribal leader who was the governor of Helmand Province in Afghanistan from 2001 to 2005 He is from the Akhundzada family in Helmand who played an important role from the very beginning of the conflict in the southwest Belonging to main tribe of Helmand the Alizais they hailed from Musa Qala district in northern Helmand Others say from Kajaki District He has a B A in Law Sher Mohammad Akhundzada is the son of a former mujahedeen commander Mullah Mohammad Rasoul Akhonzada He lived in exile during Taliban rule with future president Hamid Karzai in Quetta Pakistan where they became close associates President Karzai appointed Akhundzada governor of Helmand Province following the removal of the Taliban Akhundzada claims credit for keeping the province free of Taliban attacks during his time in office Sher Muhammad Akhunzada was widely believed to have links to Helmand s vast and expanding drugs trade Amir Muhammad Akhunzada is the brother of Sher Muhammad Akhunzada He is thought to have links to the drugs trade and has been banned from running in elections because he refuses to disband his personal militia British officials have also refused to work with him Additional reports identified the governor of Helmand province Sher Mohammed Akhunzada a close friend and ally of Afghan President Hamid Karzai as personally profiting from the illicit trade Indeed British counternarcotics officials said that Akhunzada was accused of favoring his cronies with prime real estate parcels and commanded hundreds of well paid gunmen while the police force was undermanned and unpaid and mullahs

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    Mohammad Anwar Muradi 20110107 Provincial health Department chief for Nimroz province Dr Nur Ahmad Noor Ahmad Sherzad 20110107 20111224 Women Affairs Department Director Mrs Amina Hakimi 20110405 20121024 Agriculture Director Mohammad Akbar Sharifi 20111113 Head of the Customs Department of Nimroz Elhammuddin Mozhar 20121009 Head of Traffic department Hajji Zayee 20150513 2 Previous Functions Amir Mohammad Akhunzada Deputy Provincial Governor Helmand 2006 Adviser of the President 2007 Deputy Minister of Tribal and Border Affairs 2011 Provincial Governor Uruzgan 20120403 20140310 sacked 3 Biodata Amir Mohammad Akhundzada son of Mohammad Rassoul Akhundzada was born in Zamindawar district of southern Helmand province in 1977 He has graduated from high school in Zamindawar district and completed college in the neighboring Pakistan when he was living there as a refugee Akhundzada has worked as district chief of Musa Qala in 2002 and as deputy governor of Helmand in 2006 He was appointed as an adviser to the President in tribal affairs in 2007 and also has worked as political deputy minister in borders and tribal affairs ministry in 2011 He was appointed as governor of Uruzgan in 2012 His father had membership of Harkat i Inqialb Islami party of Afghanistan but he had no any political affiliation The Sunday Times London reported that the British government requested replacement of Amir Muhammad Akhundzada s Pashtun Alizai Tribe brother Sher Mohammed Akhundzada later appointed Senator as Helmand s Governor before they sent 4 000 troops to Helmand The British requested his replacement because he has a reputation for corruption ties to Afghanistan s Opium industry and ties to the Taliban The Sunday Times described the Hamid Karzai Presidency s appointment of Amir as Deputy Governor of Helmand as one indication that they were trying to undermine efforts to suppress the Opium Trade Amir was replaced on

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