The Wars of the Taliban

The Wars of the Taliban - The Wars of the Taliban Afghani...

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The Wars of the Taliban Afghani Ethnic Groups o Pushtuns in south 40% of Population Ruling class Strict Muslims, strong tribal code too o Hazaras in center 22% of Population Similar to Mongols Shiite, Persian Close relations to Iran o Tajiks in northeast, northwest 25% of Population Spoke Persian, helped them be Bureaucrats o Uzbeks in north Speak Turkic language Sunni Most secularized Reign of the Warlords o Najeeb left behind by Soviets o 1992 Dostum rebels against Najeeb in Mazar Kabul Falls o Mujahidin invade capital o April 1992 o Bloodless Victory
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Rabbani o Guerrilla leader Burhanunddin Rabbani o Emerges as President o Jami at-I Islami o Tajik Rival o Gulbuddin Hikmatyar rejects Rabbani o Leads Hizb-I Islami o Pushtun o Far right fundamentalist, violent Islamabad Accord o 1993 agreement o Rabbani president for 18months o Hikmatyar prime minister o Accord fall apart by summer Back to war o Mujahidin o Regional warlords
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