"তালেবান নেতৃবৃন্দের তালিকা" পাতাটির দুইটি সংশোধিত সংস্করণের মধ্যে পার্থক্য

ট্যাগ: মোবাইল সম্পাদনা মোবাইল ওয়েব সম্পাদনা
ট্যাগ: মোবাইল সম্পাদনা মোবাইল ওয়েব সম্পাদনা
* [[২০২১ তালেবান আক্রমণ]] ও [[কাবুল পতন (২০২১)|কাবুল দখলের]] পর ২০২১ সালের ১৫ আগস্ট আফগানিস্তানের শাসক হন।
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==সহকারী ও মন্ত্রীগণ==
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| '''[[Abdul Ghani Baradar]]'''|| Governor of [[Herat]] and [[Nimruz]] Province ||
* One of the founders of the Taliban along with Omar
* Said to be the Deputy leader of the Taliban<ref>{{cite web
| title = Pakistan frees Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in bid to ease tensions
| url = https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/pakistan-frees-taliban-leader-mullah-abdul-ghani-baradar-in-bid-to-ease-tensions-8831387.html
| date = 21 September 2013
| access-date = 11 November 2014}}</ref>
*Captured by Pakistani forces in 2010<ref>{{cite news |first=Saeed |last=Shah |title=Afghanistan's No. 2 Taliban leader captured in Pakistan |url=http://www.mcclatchydc.com/homepage/story/85369.html |publisher=[[McClatchy News Service]] |date=2010-02-16 |access-date=2010-02-13}}</ref><ref name=Cnn2010-02-16>{{cite news |url=http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/02/16/taliban.commander.captured/index.html?eref=time_us|title=Capture may be turning point in Taliban fight|publisher=CNN|date=2010-02-16 |access-date=2020-02-13}}</ref><ref name="ap-newblow">{{cite news |url=https://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100216/ap_on_re_us/afghanistan_taliban |title=Taliban leader's arrest a new blow to insurgents |publisher=Yahoo! News |agency=Associated Press |date=16 Feb 2010}}</ref><ref name="ap-hails">A White house spokesman shortly afterwards described his capture "a big success for our mutual efforts in the region", {{cite news |url=https://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE61G5DE20100217 |publisher=AP Newswire |author=Patricia Zengerle |date=17 Feb 2010 |title=White House hails capture of Taliban leader}}</ref> and released at the request of the United States government in 2018<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/25/world/asia/taliban-peace-talks.html|title=Taliban Deputy Is Released Amid Push for Afghan Peace Talks|first1=Mujib|last1=Mashal|first2=Taimoor|last2=Shah|newspaper=The New York Times|date=October 25, 2018}}</ref><ref name="auto">{{Cite web|url=https://www.nationalheraldindia.com/international/pakistan-frees-taliban-co-founder-at-us-request-will-play-constructive-role-in-afghan-peace-initiative|title=Pakistan frees Taliban co-founder at US request; will play constructive role in Afghan peace initiative|website=National Herald|date=9 February 2019}}</ref>
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| '''[[Obaidullah Akhund]]''' || Minister of Defense ||
* Senior leader
* Captured by Pakistani forces late February 2007<ref name=BBCNews>[http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/6410389.stm 'Taleban leader held' in Pakistan], ''[[BBC News]]'', March 2, 2007</ref> and died of heart disease in a Pakistan prison in 2010<ref>{{cite news| url=http://www.foxnews.com/world/2012/02/13/taliban-announce-death-ex-defense-minister-in-2010/ | work=Fox News | title=Taliban announces death of ex-defense minister in 2010 | date=2012-02-13}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://news.yahoo.com/taliban-announce-death-ex-defense-minister-080554754.html|title=Taliban announce death of ex-defense minister|date=13 February 2012|work=Yahoo News}}</ref>
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| '''[[Wakil Ahmed Muttawakil]]''' || Foreign Minister ||
* The last [[Afghan Foreign Minister|Foreign Minister]] in the [[Taliban|Taliban government]] of the [[Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan]].<ref name=Bbc20020209>
{{cite news
| url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/1810717.stm
| date= February 9, 2002
| title=Profile: Wakil Ahmad Mutawakil
| publisher=[[BBC]]
| access-date=2007-07-01}}</ref>
*
* Surrendered to [[Northern Alliance]] troops in [[Kandahar]], 2001
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| Abdul Rahman Zahed || Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs ||
* Allegedly created an impression that he entered Pakistan after the [[War in Afghanistan (2001–present)|U.S. invasion of Afghanistan]], but had returned before the end of 2001 to his home village in [[Loghar]] province;<ref name=Guardian011224>[https://www.theguardian.com/afghanistan/story/0,1284,624586,00.html Former minister says fugitive Taliban leaders living life of luxury in Pakistan], ''[[The Guardian]]'', December 24, 2001</ref>
* at large
* Reported to be a leader in the Taliban's Quetta Shura
* Reported captured in late February 2010
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| Mohammed Hassan Akhund|| First Deputy Council of Ministers ||
* At large; spoke to [[Reuters]] by satellite telephone from an undisclosed location on May 4, 2003{{Citation needed|date=March 2010}}
* Reported to be a leader in the [[Taliban's Quetta Shura]].<ref name="TheNewsInternational2010-03-01"/>
* Reported captured in late February 2010.<ref name="TheNewsInternational2010-03-01"/>
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|'''[[Mohammad Nabi Omari]]'''|| [[Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (Afghanistan)|Minister of Communications]] ||
* Was the Taliban's chief of communications
* Listed as a member of the Taliban leadership.<ref name="Brookings2008-12-16">
{{cite news |url=http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/research/files/reports/2008/12/16%20detainees%20wittes/1216_detainees_wittes.pdf
|title=The Current Detainee Population of Guantánamo: An Empirical Study
|publisher=[[The Brookings Institution]]
|date=2008-12-16
|author=[[Benjamin Wittes]], Zaathira Wyne
|access-date=2010-02-16
|archive-date=2013-06-01
|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20130601150504/http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/research/files/reports/2008/12/16%20detainees%20wittes/1216_detainees_wittes.pdf
|url-status=dead
}}
</ref>
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| '''''[[Abdul Razak (Guantanamo detainee 1043)|Abdul Razaq]]''''' || [[Afghan Commerce Minister|Commerce Minister]] ||
* Afghan forces captured Razaq while scouring a rugged mountainous region north of [[Kandahar]], April 1, 2003.<ref name="Bbc2003-04-02">
{{Cite news
| url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/2909997.stm
| title = Fresh fighting in Afghanistan
| date = 2003-04-02
| publisher = [[BBC News]]
| access-date = 2009-06-29
}}</ref> Razaq's son, Abdul, had been killed on September 5, 2002 as he tried to shoot President [[Hamid Karzai]].{{Citation needed|date=June 2009}} Abdul Razaq testified he had merely started out as a civilian, conscripted into Afghanistan's [[civil service]] by the Pakistan{{Clarify|date=October 2011}} who was promoted to Commerce Minister, without ever becoming a member of the Taliban.<ref name=ArbAbdulRazak1043>
{{Cite web |url=http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/detainees/csrt/ARB_Transcript_Set_11_21662-22010.pdf#64
|title=Summary of Administrative Review Board Proceedings of ISN 1043
|date=2005-12-16
|author=OARDEC
|pages=64–82
|publisher=[[United States Department of Defense]]
|access-date=2008-04-02
|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20080307071014/http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/detainees/csrt/ARB_Transcript_Set_11_21662-22010.pdf
|archive-date=2008-03-07
|url-status=dead
|author-link=OARDEC
}}</ref> He testified he had taken advantage of an amnesty Karzai offered when the Taliban fell, and had not been involved in politics since the fall of the Taliban.
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| Khaksar Akhund || Deputy Minister of Interior Affairs ||
* Staged a public press conference in [[Kabul]], late November, 2001 and denounced the Taliban; by August 2002, he supports the U.S.-backed Afghan government of [[Hamid Karzai]];<ref name=Telegraph011125>[https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2001/11/25/wpara25.xml&sSheet=/news/2001/11/25/ixhome.html Paras on alert for storming of Kandahar]{{dead link|date=July 2021|bot=medic}}{{cbignore|bot=medic}}, ''[[The Daily Telegraph|The Telegraph]]'', November 25, 2001</ref> at large
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| [[Qari Ahmadullah]]|| Minister of Security (Intelligence) ||
* Supposedly killed in late December 2001 by a United States bombing raid in the [[Paktia]] province.<ref name=Bbc020103>[http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/1739244.stm Taleban spy chief 'killed in raid'], ''[[BBC]]'', January 3, 2002</ref>
* 12 years after the incident, an investigation by [[Harper's Weekly]] alleged that Ahmadullah is alive.<ref>{{Cite journal |last = Mashal |first = Mujib |title = The Pious Spy: A Taliban intelligence chief's death and resurrection |url = http://harpers.org/archive/2014/01/the-pious-spy/ |journal = [[Harper's Magazine]] |date = January 2014 |issue = January 2014 }}</ref>
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| '''[[Abdul Haq Wasiq]]''' || Deputy Minister of Intelligence ||
* Served as Deputy Minister of Intelligence in the Taliban Intelligence Service.<ref name=ArbSummaryOfEvidenceAbdulHaqWasiq>
{{Cite web
|url = http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/detainees/csrt_arb/ARB_Round_1_Factors_000001-000098.pdf#1
|title = Unclassified Summary of Evidence for Administrative Review Board in the case of Wasiq, Abdul Haq
|date = 18 July 2005
|author = OARDEC
|pages = 1–2
|publisher = [[United States Department of Defense]]
|access-date = 2007-11-27
|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20071202034131/http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/detainees/csrt_arb/ARB_Round_1_Factors_000001-000098.pdf#1
|archive-date = 2 December 2007
|url-status = dead
|author-link = OARDEC
}}</ref>
* Served as acting Minister of Intelligence when Qari Ahmadullah was away from Kabul performing his duties as governor of Tahar province.<ref name=ArbSummaryOfEvidenceAbdulHaqWasiq/>
* Arrived at the [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp|Guantanamo detention camps]] on January 11, 2002, and he was held there until 31 May 2014.<ref name="washingtontimes.com">{{cite web|url=http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/may/31/terror-suspects-freed-obama-admin-soldier-were-lab/|title=Terror suspects freed by Obama admin. for soldier were labeled 'high risk' in 2008: report - Washington Times|work=The Washington Times}}</ref>
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| Nooruddin Turabi || Minister of Justice ||
* Allegedly sheltered in [[Quetta]] by Pakistani officials by the end of 2001;<ref name=Guardian011224/> captured by United States forces and then set free and given general amnesty in early January 2002<ref name=BostonGlobe020110>[http://www.boston.com/news/daily/10/attacks_afghanistan.htm US begins transferring terror prisoners to Cuban base: Gunfire errupts &#91;sic&#93; as plane with al-Qaida members takes off], ''[[Boston Globe]]'', January 10, 2002</ref><ref name=Fox020109>[http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,42555,00.html High-Ranking Taliban Leaders Surrender, Are Set Free], ''[[Fox News]]'', January 9, 2002</ref>
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| Amir Khan Muttaqi || Minister of Culture & Information ||
* Allegedly moved to [[Peshawar]], Pakistan before the end of 2001 and still "hiding out in the Pakistani frontier" March 19, 2002;<ref name=Guardian011224/><ref name=Cbs020319>[http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/03/20/attack/main504122.shtml Taliban Vow Revenge], ''[[CBS News]]'', March 19, 2002</ref>
* still at large
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| '''''[[Ghausuddin]]''''' || ||
* Killed in a gun battle in [[Zabul province]], May 27, 2003<ref name=DailyTimes030528>[http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=story_28-5-2003_pg7_55 Taliban commander killed in Afghanistan], ''[[Daily Times (Pakistan)|Daily Times]]'', May 28, 2003</ref>
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| Abbas Akhund || Minister of Health ||
* In February 2002, he was "hiding with his military force about 5 miles from Uruzgan village";<ref name=Time0202006>[https://web.archive.org/web/20020204000628/http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,198864,00.html How the U.S. Killed the Wrong Afghans], ''[[Time (magazine)]]'', February 6, 2002</ref>
* at large
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| Abdul Raqib || First Deputy Council of Ministers ||
* Unknown (is he the same Abdul Raqib as the official from the agriculture department in 2003?<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.iwpr.net/index.pl?archive/arr/arr_200306_64_4_eng.txt|title=Institute for War and Peace Reporting}}</ref>)
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