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    for coordination among various security organs and foreign troops 2 Previous Functions Advisor for humanitarian programs in aid agencies in Afghanistan and in Pakistan 1992 to 1994 Program Manager for the Norwegian Committee for Afghanistan From 1994 to 2000 Deputy Director General of the International Rescue Committee Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development in the Transitional Government 2002 2008 Minister of Education until October 2008 Minister of Interior 2008 Minister of Interior second term 20100102 20100606 resigned Chairman National Security Council NSC 20140930 3 Biodata Hanif Atmar son of Mohammad Asef Atmar was born in Laghman in 1968 He has a Bachelor s Degree in Rural Development Studies from United Kingdom an a master s degree in Internation Relations and Post War Development from York University also in U K He has credentials with the former communists because he was an KHAD intelligence officer in the Afghan backed Soviet regime He fought on communists side and lost a leg in a battle He walks with a cane Yet his tribal credentials are impeccable He hails from an aristocratic Pashtun family in Laghman province When the mujahideen seized Kabul in 1992 and the communist government collapsed he fled to Britain where he earned two degrees from the University of York The Americans and Europeans like him because he is a technocrat Atmar and Karzai had clashed in recent months over Karzai s reconciliation efforts said a senior U S military official who worked closely with Atmar Atmar really disagreed with the reintegration of the Taliban into the police and the army the official said After the Taliban attack on the Peace Jirga June 2010 he resigned Hanif Atmar fears Afghanistan may plunge into civil conflict if international forces pull out of the country on schedule in 2014 20111118 Weesa Daily reported

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    minorities At the time the polls were hailed as a decisive break with the Taliban s mindset More importantly so far as Atmar was concerned it also guaranteed a quarter of the seats for women offering her chance to take her local message of women s empowerment to a much wider audience Her campaign was run on a tight budget At one point she sold a gold necklace to keep things moving but managed to win a seat in the women s section She helped push through landmark legislation banning 22 acts of violence against women and still has the visa stamps in her passport from her visits to the UK India Turkey and France where along with other female legislators she was welcomed as the embodiment of the new Afghanistan But things began to change for her and for Afghanistan she said at about the same time she got married towards the end of her five year term as an MP Unable to compete with her rivals war chests in what she said was an increasingly corrupt campaign she lost her bid for re election in 2010 And it gradually became clear that her husband a businessman who she had hoped would support her career did not share her ideals Informal approaches to the British embassy had ended with a curt message that asylum was not available for victims of domestic abuse The Spokeswoman of Estiqlal e Milli National Independence Group was Noorzia Atmar MP from Nangarhar Shortly after losing her place in the national parliament Atmar ran into trouble at home After divorcing her abusive husband she was spurned by her own family and forced to seek refuge in a discreetly located shelter in Kabul for abused women and girls Atmar says her husband Toryalai Malakzai initially seemed

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    Abdul Hai Brig Gen Name Atrafi Abdul Hai Brig Gen Ethnic backgr Tajik Date of birth 1950 Function Grade 2nd Border Police Brigade ABP East History and Biodata 1 Former Commanders 2nd Border Police Zone Brig Gen Abdul Hai Atrafi 20110800 20120817 3 Biodata Brig Gen Abdul Hai Atrafi abdul Hay Atrafi was born 1950 in Baharak Badakshan Province Background 2nd Border Police Zone ABP Zone 2 East 4200 police

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    was arrested by police on Thursday Sep 16 2015 on allegations of accepting a bribe Before this the court chief reportedly ordered the public whipping of a man and woman for having an adulterous affair 20150917 Ahmad 21 and Zarmina 22 were arrested from Feroz Koh city Ghor Province by security personnel and put in jail about 20 days before The couple received 100 lashes each by the order of

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    the Atta Foundation The Atta Foundation offers humanitarian aid to women whose husbands are physically disabled or dead She received her higher education in psychology from a private university in Pakistan After completing her education Shahla Ata worked at the Afghan German Arab and Aabdara Road hospitals for Afghans She was assistant at the hospitals Shahla is a registered nurse and a trained psychologist She is a war widow Her husband had been killed in factional fighting Other sources say that her husband died in the United States in 2002 She went to the United States in 1990 During her stay in the United States Shahla Ata says she shared the problems of Afghans living in Peshawar with those living in the United States She returned to Pakistan in 1994 to help the Afghan refugees She reconstructed a building for a school in Kacha Garhi camp in Peshawar constructed two more schools in Nasir Bagh camp and established a school and a health clinic in Jalozai camp for refugees She remained to work providing blankets sleeping mats and medicines to Afghan refugees in Pakistan till 2001 Shahla Ata said she completed the works with the help of her own family and Afghan refugees in the United States and her personal funds She returned to Afghanistan in 2001 and supported the displaced people of Helmand province with food and other items 2005 she was an elected member of the Wolesi Jirga from Kabul with 2 040 or 0 5 of votes She worked as deputy of the monitoring commission of the Wolesi Jirga to ensure implementation of the law She also served as member of the commission for counter narcotics and was a Presidential Candidate in 2009 Her running mate as First Deputy was Abdul Habib Siar and Second Deputy Gul

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    his rivals Abdur Rashid Dostum the Uzbek leader and Haji Mohammad Muhaqqiq the Hazara leader out of the province without using force Dostum relocated to Sheberghan capital of Jowzjan province Muhaqqiq went to Kabul and Atta Noor has purged the government of almost all other ethnic groups In the confusion following the overthrow of the Taliban Atta Noor took over Mazar e Sharif while other forces were busy purging the north the Taliban forces Noor is still affiliated with the Jamiat e Islami party the dominant party in the mainly tripartite Northern Alliance He was the commander of the Seventh Corps of what UN disarmament experts politely refer to as Afghan Military Forces Atta Mohammad at the time of the fall of the Taliban commanded some 20 000 troops He had close ties with Afghan Defense Minister Mohammad Qasim Fahim with whom he was a member of Jamiat e Islami a predominantly ethnic Tajik political grouping Public Prosecution Department said a commission is to be set up to investigate corruption cases attributed to Ustad Mohammad Noor Atta and others 20100315 Governor Atta is in opposition to Karzai and traveled to Usbekistan on 20091119 where he had shifted his family 3 months ago Plenty of rumors were heard in Mazar e Sharif which range from medical treatment to organizing resistance against der Karzai Government He was meeting Russian and Usbek politicans to assess his political options after the reelection of President Karzai in 2009 Atta Mohammad Noor was the only provincial governor to openly support Karzai s rival Abdullah Abdullah in the August 2009 election This opposition has given rise to concerns of violence if the central government decides to attempt to reign in Atta s power The leaders of Balkh s two other primary political parties supported Karzai Critics however have claimed that Mohammad Noor has become wealthy through his leadership by leveraging his large degree of informal power in order to secure lucrative business deals for himself Others claim that he has effectively stifled opposition or dissent to his rule over the province through force and intimidation and runs the province as his own personal fiefdom Atta continues to control a private militia force in the province and has allegedly infiltrated his supporters into the official security services In case of civil war after the western troops withdrawal it is said that Atta will take Mazar i Sharif and Balkh Province 20120720 Another source said Who says that Atta will keep only Mazar and entire Balkh in the case of a civil war Atta has already influence beyond Balkh westward to Faryab and eastward to Badakhsan and southward to the gates of Kabul As the new head of Jamiat he is likely a king of that territory He will surely expand his kingdom not only because of the Tajiks living outside of Balkh in the northern provinces specially those living in the predominant Uzbek Turkmen provinces of Jawzjan Faryab and partly in the Uzbek dominanated districts of Kunduz and

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    start back next end Attahullah Name Attahullah Ethnic backgr Pashtun Date of birth Function Grade died MP MNA History and Biodata Attahullah was a Transitional Meshrano Jirga Member Herat He died 2006 and was replaced by Abdul Wahid Karezwal Last

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    Command Center Regional Command East 43 districts 9000 police Regional Command South 12000 police Helmand 3000 Regional Command West Regional Command North Focused District Training Program collective training program Started January 2008 Critical districts are identified then all the AUPs are removed and sent for eight weeks of collective training not individual training before returning to their districts While they are gone they are replaced by ANCOPs Judges and prosecutors within the FDD districts receive targeted training Eight districts per cycle are being trained with 6 cycles per year Plan all 365 districts in Afghanistan will be completed by the end of 2012 The first round of training for the eight worst districts started in January 2008 65 most critical districts completed the training program by the June2009 These districts are concentrated in the south and east near the Ring Road A partial list of FDD districts include Cycle 1 Tag Ab Kapisa Zurmat Paktya Qalat Zabol Shah Joy Zabol Bala Buluk Farah Cycle 2 Zadran Paktya Panjwayi Kandahar Zhari Kandahar Cycle 3 Sar Hawza Paktika Mata Khan Paktika Kandahar Kandahar Lashkar Gah Helmond Nahri Sarraj Helmond Gulistan Farah March 2009 Nad e Ali Helmond Gereshk Helmond Lashkar Gah Helmand

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