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سیاست‌مدار برجستهٔ افغان. | An Afghan prominent politician and statesman. The current President of Afghanistan.
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Afghan women’s rights campaigner and vociferous opponent of Taliban ideologyNearly 40 years of war and insecurity have taken their toll on Afghan women, and access to education, health services and the rule of law remain severely limited. Sima Wali, who has died aged 66 from multiple system atrophy, a rare neurological disease, was a persistent voice in her countrywomen’s battle for better rights.As president of Refugee Women in Development, a nonprofit organisation that she established in the US in 1981 after fleeing Afghanistan for fear of communist persecution, Wali raised international awareness of the plight of Afghan women, and raised millions of dollars in funding for women-led Afghan organisations, in her own “jihad for social justice and peace”. Continue reading...
Hamid Karzai seen as increasing threat to Afghanistan's political stability
The former Afghan president has cast himself as a unifier of the country, but his manoeuvring against his successor, Ashraf Ghani, suggests otherwiseA stone’s throw from the presidential palace in Kabul, you can see the lines of dignitaries awaiting their appointments from early in the morning: tribal leaders and elders from across the country queue up to get inside, where the audience also counts foreign ambassadors and cabinet ministers. It’s not, however, the current Afghan president they are queuing to see, but his predecessor at his nearby city centre residence. Nine months after he relinquished power in Kabul, Hamid Karzai is a lingering, but formidable presence on the political scene, and his influence and interventions are increasingly seen as a threat to Afghanistan’s political stability. Related: Hamid Karzai: Afghanistan should not give up control of its foreign policy Related: Afghan backlash over security deal with Pakistan Continue reading...
Karzai calls al-Qaida a 'myth' and denies 9/11 attacks were plotted in Afghanistan
On the eve of the anniversary of the 2001 attacks, the former president of Afghanistan expressed doubt that the terrorist group was responsibleHamid Karzai, the former president of Afghanistan, has questioned the existence of al-Qaida, and denied that the 9/11 terror attacks which killed nearly 3,000 people were planned in Afghanistan.On the eve of the anniversary of the 2001 attacks, Karzai, who left office last year after 12 years, used an interview with al Jazeera to express his doubt that the terrorist group led by the late Osama bin Laden was responsible for the operation which prompted the invasion of Afghanistan. Related: Hamid Karzai's tangled legacy: inept failure or anti-Taliban hero? Continue reading...
88 Days to Kandahar: A CIA Diary by Robert Grenier review – US’s Afghan war shambles laid bare
A CIA station chief’s account adds considerable value to the historical record, despite its self-serving tone and defence of US torture practicesIt is easy to forget that until he started criticising the Americans for bombing too many Afghan civilians and comparing them to “occupiers”, Hamid Karzai was Washington’s grateful servant. After all, US officials picked him to be Afghanistan’s first post-Taliban president, armed and financed him to launch an uprising against the mullahs after 9/11, helicoptered him away from imminent capture after one clumsy foray inside Afghanistan in mid-October, reinserted him a few weeks later to march on Kandahar successfully, and finally foisted him on the rest of the Afghan political class at the United Nations-sponsored conference in Bonn in December 2001 as the leader they could not afford to reject.Robert Grenier’s fascinating book shows just how close the Karzai-US relationship was at that stage. As the Central Intelligence Agency’s s

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