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Al-Nasr (Afghanistan)

Al-Nasr
Participant in the Soviet war in Afghanistan
Active 1980s
Ideology Shia Islamism
Hazara Interests
Pro-Iran
Leaders Muhammad Hussein Sadiqi
Abdul Ali Mazari
Shaykh Shafak
Part of Tehran Eight
Allies  Iran
Opponents Soviet Union
Democratic Republic of Afghanistan

Al-Nasr (النصر; Arabic for "Victory") was a Khomeini government. Also stating the Commander Daud Qurbanzada was former ex-Spetsnaz and was an infamous warlord. His son Commander Akbar Qurban went missing in 1996 he was an Afghan National War Hero and earned the Medal of Honor From Ahmad Shah Massoud.[1] It was a part of the Tehran Eight political constellation.

References

  1. ^ J. Bruce Amstutz . Afghanistan: The First Five Years of Soviet Occupation . DIANE Publishing, 1994. ISBN 0-7881-1111-6, ISBN 978-0-7881-1111-2


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