Qandahar


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Synonyms for Qandahar

a city in southern Afghanistan

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His half-brother, Ahmad Wali Karzai, was the most powerful political figure in Qandahar Province until his assassination on July 12, 201 1.
Nur Jahan was born in 1577 A.D., near Qandahar, when her father Mirza Ghiyas Baig, after having some misfortune in Persia, fled with his family from Tehran to India.
Nine-tenths of the Afghan poppy cultivation occurs in the four provinces of Qandahar, Helmand, Oruzgan and Farah.
Across Ghulam Khan, lays Afghanisan's expressway, which is linking Kabul to Qandahar, would be hardly 100 Kms.
Marghoba Safi, supervisor of the Afghanistan Agricultural Forum, said the cooperative has sub-centres in Laghman, Kunar, Zabul, Ghazni, Qandahar, Helmand, Wardak, Logar, Nangarhar, Kapisa, Takhar, Kunduz, Uruzgan, Nimroz, Balkh and Parwan provinces.
Mullah Omar Farman – 2001 Translation of the Pashto text (courtesy: Ishaq Mohammadi) ISLAMIC AMARAT OF AFGHANISTAN MOVEMENT OF TALIBAN QANDAHAR PROVINCE (SECRET SERVICE CELL).
His brother, Ahmad Vali Karzai, killed by his own bodyguard, was responsible for the President's security in his hometown, Qandahar.
Besides an embassy, there are four Indian consulates two of which are near Pakistani border-in Jalalabad and Qandahar. It is feared that Pakistan's arch-rival, India, can easily monitor its infamous intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing's (RAW) illegal activities in Pakistan from these consulates.
Months after this conversation, the men of the Taliban began to exit Qandahar, expanding the scope of their control.
A source, close to the parties that called for the said demonstrations, through the Facebook, have told Aswat al-Iraq news agency that four organizations, carrying slogans, such as "Baghdad won't become Qandahar," or "Shall we keep silent", "Without silecne," and the "Blue Iraqi Revolution," have met under the motto "February Youth," to express the peaceful nature of the demonstration.
He had been heading the Finance Department in Qandahar during Taliban's rule from 1994 till November 2001.
Most are stationed near Qandahar in southern Afghanistan, a stronghold of the Taliban.
The article is entitled, "Message to Our People in Iraq and the Gulf [Region] Specifically and to our Islamic Ummah in General: The Islamic Resistance Against the American Invasion of Qandahar and Lessons Learned." As the title of the article states, the intended audience for this training material is the fighters operating in Iraq against the US and its coalition allies.
Army Special Forces A-Team south of Qandahar Airport went like most missions we had flown the previous two months, albeit a little more interesting.
This centre is the unofficial Islamic council headquartered in Qandahar and created by international terrorist Osama bin Laden jointly with Taleban leader Mullah Omar and one of the religious extremists from an Arab country...