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سیاست‌مدار اهل افغانستان است. | An Afghan politician and doctor of medicine, currently the leader of the Etelaf-e Milli.
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FAR: عبدالله عبدالله (زاده ۱۹۶۰ در کابل) سیاست‌مدار اهل افغانستان است. وی وزیر امور خارجه پیشین این کشور و از نامزدان ارشد مقام ریاست جمهوری در افغانستان است که معاونین اول و دوم انتخابی ایشان محمد خان و محمد محقق می باشد(۱۳۹۳). عبدالله از یاران نزدیک احمد شاه مسعود بود. او در دوران نبرد با طالبان، به‌عنوان سخنگوی جبهه مسعود و پل ارتباطی آنان با جهان شناخته می‌شد. عبدالله بین سال‌های ۲۰۰۱ تا ۲۰۰۶ در دولت حامد کرزی، وزیر امور خارجه ...
for17against   dr abdullah is the best leader for afghanistan we want change the people of konar iswith him, ameen
for3against   abdulla is the best leader of afghanistan i like him, ameen
for2against   THE great leader of afghanistan abdullah abdullah, ameen
for3against   What program he doesn't even know that what he is talking about and what he is going to do so just be a side because Mr.Ghani is coming and he is going to win, Paymaan
for2against   Huh Do you think that this murderer will win the election? I would rather keep my vote., Fazal
for2against   Now a days every one is coming to stand in elections don't worry guys he will never ever win just vote for the great Leader Mr.Ghani, Paymaan
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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah: Offensive proves Pak territory ...

... being used to destabilise region QUETTA: Dr Abdullah Abdullah – one of 41 candidates contesting Afghanistan’s upcoming presidential election in August – said on Monday that the ongoing military operation against the Taliban in Pakistan “self-evidently substantiates Kabul’s oft-repeated stance that Pakistani territory is being used by the Taliban and their supporters to destabilise Pakistan, Afghanistan and the entire region”.The former Afghan foreign minister, who was addressing a press conference over the telephone at the Quetta Press Club as part ...

Karzai's main challengers:Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah

Afghan presidential campaign opens KABUL (AP) — A two-month campaign season began Tuesday for presidential elections to decide who leads Afghanistan for the next five years, as the Taliban rebellion grows more violent and the U.S. sends in tens of thousands of troops to combat it.Campaigning got off to a slow start. The only signs of activity were the posters of President Hamid Karzai — who is currently visiting Russia — and some of his 40 opponents in the Aug. 20 vote that appeared overnight on the streets of Kabul.Karzai, who has served as Afghan leader since soon after ...

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Afghan government must talk to insurgents, says peace jirga
Three-day gathering involving 1,600 delegates ends with flurry of recommendations that carry no legal weightDelegates at Afghanistan's peace jirga brought the three-day gathering to a close today with calls for ceasefires and prisoner releases, and for the Afghan government and insurgents to start talking to each other.Other suggestions, made by 26 working groups representing 1,600 delegates from around the country, included a ban on "un-Islamic" television programmes, the removal of senior insurgents from "blacklists" kept by the US and the United Nations, and the demand that the Taliban cut ties with al-Qaida.But with the recommendations carrying no legal weight, Hamid Karzai's government will be able to decide which ones will be enacted. The final resolution merely said that the government would "establish a framework for negotiations with those who are dissatisfied with the government".Despite the wide range of suggestions, Karzai told delegates that there was now a clear direction
Abdullah rules out Karzai coalition
Main election challenger says Afghanistan president was returned to power illegally and has no credibilityAbdullah Abdullah – Hamid Karzai's main challenger in Afghanistan's disputed presidential election – has ruled himself out of the incoming government.Afghanistan's former foreign minister, who refused to take part in a runoff election, said he had no interest in joining Karzai's cabinet and questioned the president's ability to deliver promised reform. "That government cannot bring legitimacy, cannot fight corruption," Abdullah said in his first comments since Afghanistan's election authority, the Independent Election Commission, declared Karzai the winner after Abdullah pulled out."A government which is derived from such an illegal decision will not be able to deliver ... [It] cannot deal with all the challenges, especially the threat of terrorism, security problems, poverty, unemployment and many others."The run-off was triggered by widespread fraud in the August first round.
Candidates take to the road for Afghan presidential election campaign
Abdullah Abdullah joins the fray in what could be Afghanistan's first peaceful democratic transfer of power"What do you want? I'm ready to listen!" presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah roared to the crowd through speakers reverberating with feedback, on a platform surrounded by palm trees and set against the snowy caps of the Hindu Kush mountains.From the crowd came cries for a road, a canal, flood defences. Old men pushed forward with handwritten demands on scraps of paper, while a sick young boy tried to squirm through the ropes holding back the crowd to give the politicians on stage a dossier about his illness.The rally was the first campaign foray by a would-be president outside Kabul, where the bureaucratic and political preparations for the historic 5 April vote have all been centred. The capital exerts a huge cultural and political tug on Afghanistan. It is home to more than one in 10 of its people, a magnet for economic migrants and those fleeing violence, and a bubble of r
Afghan opposition leader Abdullah Abdullah vows to boycott 'peace jirga'
Conference hailed by west as first step to peace in Afghanistan dismissed as 'PR exercise'A three-day meeting of Afghanistan's tribal leaders hailed by western leaders as a critical first step to peace was dismissed today as a "PR exercise" by the leader of the country's opposition, who said he would not attend the event.The decision by Abdullah Abdullah – who won millions of votes and came second in last year's presidential elections – is a setback for the so-called "peace jirga" which begins tomorrow with the intention of forging a national consensus on the ground rules for negotiations with the Taliban.Abdullah said the way delegates had been selected by government officials meant they did not represent all Afghan opinion: "Had it been a national jirga and a national effort we would have supported that effort."He said the event "seemed like a PR exercise to show that we are making an effort to reach peace in this country".Huge amounts of effort has gone into organising the thre

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