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  Abdul Ali Mazari Information
Abdul Ali Mazari was born 1946 in the village of Charkint, south of the northern Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif, in a Hazara family.
Mazari's affiliations and peace accords on different occasions were with Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Rasheed Dostum and the final one was a failed attempt of peace accord with the Taliban in 1996 which resulted in his own death.
Mazari today is considered by the Hazaras as a legendary leader and an epitome of their historic struggle towards equal rights and justice in the Afghan society.
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  Abdul Ali Mazari - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abdul Ali Mazari was born 1946 in the village of Charkint, south of the northern Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif, in a Hazara family.
Mazari's affiliations and peace accords on different occasions were with Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Rasheed Dostum and the final one was a failed attempt of peace accord with the Taliban in 1996 which resulted in his own death.
Mazari today is considered by the Hazaras as a legendary leader and an epitome of their historic struggle towards equal rights and justice in the Afghan society.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Abdul_Ali_Mazari   (989 words)

  
 [Abdul Ali Mazari] | [All the best Abdul Ali Mazari resources at karaoke.velocityincome.com]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Abdul Ali Mazari Born: 1946 Chahar Kint, Balkh, Afghanistan Died: March, 1995 Somewhere in the outskirts of Ghazni, Afghanistan Occupation: Prominent Hazara-War Criminal(Leader of Hezbi Wahshat during the Soviet-Afghan War and Afghan Civil War) Lured for swithcing sides and then brutally killed by Taliban during the 1996 siege of Kabul
Mazari set off toward Char Asiab in the company of a group of the Central Committee members in a convoy of two cars, whereupon they were betrayed, disarmed and arrested.
Mazari and his companions were supposed to have been transferred in helicopters to Kandahar, the Taliban stronghold.
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 Abdul Ali Mazari   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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.
During the civil war it held all the Hazara-populated areas in Afghanistan.
During the seage of Kabul, the Talibans lured him for negotiations and then brutally killed him in front of camera.
bopedia.com /en/wikipedia/a/ab/abdul_ali_mazari.html   (175 words)

  
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The Taliban's next move of transferring Ustad Mazari and his martyred companions to Qandahar and their execution on the way there was the conclusion of the Taliban's treacherous anti-nationalist conspiracy and the exposure of their blind prejudice and hatred.
Mazari, who was a refugee just like his people, even in his own homeland, has now turned into our nation's immortal hero, whose red blood boils in the veins of every conscientious human being.
Mazari's soul will be the totem of the dispossessed which will forever be in flight from its resting place to knock on the door of every conscientious Hazara and Afghan.
www.members.tripod.com /MillateHazara/mazari.html   (1567 words)

  
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Ustad Mazari's initiative led to the creation of the Jonbesh-e Shomal (Northern Movement), in which the country's most significant military force joined ranks with the Mujahideen, leading to a coup d'etat and the eventual downfall of the regime in Kabul.
The Taliban's next move of transferring Ustad Mazari and his martyred companions to Qandahar and their execution on the way there was the conclusion of the Taliban's treacherous anti-nationalist conspiracy and the expusyre of their blind prejudice and hatred.
Mazari's soul will be the totem of the dispossessed which will forever be in flight from its resting place to knock on the door of every conscientious Hazara and Afghani.
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Shaheed Baba Abdul Ali Mazari was born into a peasant family in 1946 in Nanvayee, a village in Charkent, Mazar-e-Sharif in Balkh province.
Mazari's political activities in Iran led to his imprisonment and torture by the Shah's regime on several occasions.
Mazari was one of the founders of the Islamic Wahdat Party of Afghanistan.
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 The great "
The Taliban's next move of transferring Ustad Mazari and his martyred companions to Qandahar and their execution on the way there was the conclusion of the Taliban's treacherous anti-nationalist conspiracy and the exposure of their blind prejudice and hatred.
Mazari, who was a refugee just like his people, even in his own homeland, has now turned into our nation's immortal hero, whose red blood boils in the veins of every conscientious human being.
Mazari's soul will be the totem of the dispossessed which will forever be in flight from its resting place to knock on the door of every conscientious Hazara and Afghan.
members.tripod.com /MillateHazara/mazari.html   (1567 words)

  
 Afghanistan Online: Biography (Abdul Ali Mazari)
Mazari was born in 1946, in the village of Nanwai, Charkent District, Balkh Province.
Mazari claimed that Hazaras formed 25 percent of the population of Afghanistan, and that Hezb-i Wahdat was their representative.
Mazari was captured by the Taliban on March 12, and was taken to Charasyab, the Taliban base 25 kilometers south of Kabul.
www.afghan-web.com /bios/yest/mazari.html   (559 words)

  
 Gorbat Online
Abdul Ali Mazari (1946-1995), late head of the Hazara mujahed alliance Hezb-e-Wahdat (Islamic Unity Party); died in custody of the Taliban on 11 Mar 1995.
Abdul Haq (?-2001), a legendary Afghan, mujahed commander (of the Hezb-e-Islami-Khalis) and supporter of former King Zahir; captured and executed by the Taliban on 26 Oct 2001.
Mawlawi Abdul Wakil Muttawakil (1958?-), the taliban minister of Foreign Affairs from 1999 to the collapse of the regime in Nov 2001
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 Afghanistan: Executions, amputations and possible deliberate and arbitrary killings - Amnesty International   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
On 11 March, Abdul Ali Mazari was seen by a Western journalist in the captivity of the Taleban in Charasyab with his hands and feet bound.
On 14 March, nine bodies including that of Abdul Ali Mazari and three senior members of Hezb-e Wahdat were reportedly handed over by the Taleban to the officials of a pro-government party in Ghazni province.
They said that either Abdul Ali Mazari or another prisoner got hold of a gun during the flight and forced the helicopter into an emergency landing; that a gunfight followed and all the passengers were killed.
www.web.amnesty.org /library/Index/ENGASA110051995?open&of=ENG-382   (1914 words)

  
 Center on Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World
In Afghanistan, the conflicts between Sunni Pashtuns and Shiite Hazaris reached their acme in the massacre of Hazaris by the Taliban and the murder of the Hazari leader Ustadh Abdul Ali Mazari.
Nasibi—enemies of ‘Ali), tend to suffice with differentiating between the Shiite “believers” (mu’minun) or “distinguished” (khassa) and the plebeian (‘amma) “Muslims” (muslimun), but do not reject the Islamic legitimacy of the latter.
It is said that it was Abdullah bin Saba, a Jew who, pretending to be a Muslim, coined and propagated the divine right of Ali Bin Abi Talib to the Caliphate as the successor to the prophet Mohammed.
www.futureofmuslimworld.com /research/pubID.26/pub_detail.asp   (2890 words)

  
 Warlords of Afghanistan: Mazari
Mazari was the leader of the Hazara, a religious and ethnic minority in Afghanistan.
Mazari’s beard was pretty substantial for a Hazara; most look Asiatic, with sparse facial hair and cowboy eyes.
Mazari’s murder made him a martyr to a people who identify with persecution and celebrate martyrdom.
userwww.sfsu.edu /~kquigg/itec745/final/mazari.htm   (367 words)

  
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In his speech to the group the most prominent Hazara in the government, Sultan Ali Keshtmand, said the government was going to set up several new provinces in the Hazarajat that would be administered by the local inhabitants.
Mazari’s policy was on the one hand to avoid the coercive influence of Iran and on the other hand to persuade Hazaras of all stripes, including most of the Islamists, that in the long run they had a common interest as an ethno-national entity.
Mazari's magnanimity to his former enemies in each of the unions with other groups was surely a factor in this process.
www.artsci.wustl.edu /~canfrobt/newhazaras   (7756 words)

  
 "We should not create fake heroes for the society, by naming Afghan streets after Jihadi leaders"
Abdul Ali Mazari son of Haji Khodadad was born to a farmers family in the Nanwai village of Char Kant district of Balkh province, in 1948.
The Afghan civil war between the years of 1992-1995 was caused by fighting between Mujahideen leaders Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, leader of Islamic Party, Borhanuddin Rabbani, leader of Jamiate Islami, Abdul Rashid Dostum, leader of Junbeshi Mellie Islami, Ahmad Shah Massoud leader of Shurae Nezar and Abdul Ali Mazari, leader of Hezbe Wahdate Islami.
He said the Mazari was revered so much that when he was killed, his body was carried on the shoulders of his followers who moaned his death from Ghazni city to Behsood, to Bamiyan and to Yakawlang and to Balkh, hundred kilometers, and he was later buried after 14 days.
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 Karim Khalili
He was the leader of pro-Iranian Hizb-e-Wahdat Islami Afghanistan (Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan) In the early 1990s, HWIA, under the leadership of Abdul Ali Mazari, had considerable support among the Hazars.
Mazari was assassinated by the Taliban when they captured Kabul in 1996.
Former leader Ali Mazari mysteriously died in Taliban custody after Wahdat turned to them for help against the mujahideen government.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/world/afghanistan/khalili.htm   (580 words)

  
 Hazara Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The life of Abdul Ali Mazari, is a clear reflection of the lives of his people in our country's painful history.
Abdul Karim Khalili is son of Mohammad Aslam.
Today Abdul Karim Khalili is the current Leader of Hizb-e-Wahdat and Vice President of Afghanistan.
www.hazara.com /political_leader/index4.htm   (437 words)

  
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He was very active in the struggle for the independece of Pakistan, and was an active member of the Muslim League Party.
He and his Hazara young men fought galantly and he was given the honorary of "Ghazi-e Kashmir." he was a sports enthusiast and was responsible for creating an interest in sports, especially soccer among the Hazara youths.
Hussain Ali Yousafi was born in 1958.His father's name is Yousaf Ali.He passed his mitriculation from Technical High school Quetta in 1975.He cleared his F.Sc from Science College in 1978.Later on he got admission in University of Balochitan and in 1985,he completed his M.com Degree.
www.hazarapress.com /best_choice_of_politics   (1401 words)

  
 IMC India - From Kabul to Baghdad: Dead Men Dancing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
ABDUL ALI Mazari, the warlord who commanded the Hizb-i-Wahdat group of Northern Alliance invented the monstrous ritual known as 'dead men dancing'.
Abdul Ali Mazari's Northern Alliance, however, rode on American tanks into Kabul after the recent fall of Taliban.
Mazari's ghoulish ritual also was revived with additional refinements.
india.indymedia.org /en/2003/03/4136.shtml   (1419 words)

  
 Adbul Ali Mazari : WarlordsofAfghanistan.com
Mazari was the leader of the Hazara, a religious and ethnic minority in Afghanistan.
Mazari’s beard was pretty substantial for a Hazara; most look Asiatic, with sparse facial hair and cowboy eyes.
Mazari’s murder made him a martyr to a people who identify themselves as persecuted and celebrate martyrdom.
www.warlordsofafghanistan.com /adbul-ali-mazari.php   (364 words)

  
 Museum Under Siege: Full Text
In May 1993 Hezbe Wahdat, a group led by Abdul Ali Mazari, took control of the Darulaman valley.
Mousouris then decided to seek the support of Mazari, leader of Hezbe Wahdat, so the museum could be protected and repaired.
He secured Mazari's support for immediate repairs, and, most important, Mazari assured Mousouris that security would be provided for museum staff and workmen.
www.archaeology.org /online/features/afghan   (3534 words)

  
 ZoomInfo Web Summary: Abdul Khalili   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
He took power in 1995 after the organisation's former leader Abdul Ali Mazari was murdered by the Taleban.
The former king of Afghanistan, Mohammad Zaher Shah, from front left, Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Deputy President Abdul Khalili attend the promulgation ceremony for the country's new draft constitution Monday in Kabul.
Former Afghan king Mohammed Zahir Shah, President Hamid Karzai and Deputy President Abdul Karim Khalili attend the promulgation ceremony of the country's new draft constitution in Kabul on Monday.
www.zoominfo.com /directory/Khalili_Abdul_232586527.htm   (389 words)

  
 mazari family tree - 2nd ancestor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
dies at 85 1995 Abdul Ali Mazari Afghan shite...
MAZARI - KWANTES, Xhevahir and Dianne, Abbotsford, BC, Aug. 24;
Goals (assist): Christian Mazari 2, Corey Gerard 3, Devin Burling (Corey...
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 Hazara Press - Political Leaders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
We do not know his exact his biography, but we will try to provide it soon....
Abdul Khaliq Hazara was born in Ghazni Province in 1900.
He is the son of Ghulam Ali, and he was a proud Hazara.
www.hazara.com /leaders/leaders2.html   (1733 words)

  
 ZoomInfo Web Summary: Karim Khalili   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
During the first fighting near Kabul in 1995, their leader, ‘Abdul ‘Ali Mazari, was killed after being captured by the Taliban; his successor, ‘Abdul Karim Khalili, heads the front today.
‘Abdul Karim Khalili: Head of the Hizb-e Wahdat, the Shi‘ite Hazara force, he was driven out of the Bamiyan area by the Taliban in 1998; in 1995 he succeeded ‘Abdul ‘Ali Mazari as the leader when the latter was killed by the Taliban after falling into their hands.
Hajj (Ayatollah) Mohammad Muhaqiq: The Hazara and Hizb-e Wahdat commander in the north; he was one of three commanders, along with Dostum and the Tajik Mohammad Ustad ‘Atta, who took Mazar-i-Sharif.
www.zoominfo.com /directory/Khalili_Karim_133695728.htm   (318 words)

  
 Hazara - Indopedia, the Indological knowledgebase
Politically, most Hazaras have fallen under the Hizb-e-Wahdat party since the early 1990s.
The most influential person of the party was Ustad Abdul Ali Mazari, who was taken captive and killed by the Taliban.
The martyrdom made him the symbolic leader of this ethnic group.
www.indopedia.org /Hazara.html   (289 words)

  
 SOVIET WAR IN AFGHANISTAN FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Najibullah's regime, though failing to win popular support, territory, or international recognition, was able to remain in power until 1992.
However, it collapsed after the defection of Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostam and his Uzbek militia in March.
Grain production declined an average of 3.5% per year between 1978 and 1990 due to sustained fighting, instability in rural areas, prolonged drought, and deteriorated infrastructure.
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