The Communist (Maoist) Party of Afghanistan (Persian: حزب كمونيست (مائوئيست) افغانستان, Hezb-e Komunist (Ma'uist) Afghanistan) previously known as Communist Party of Afghanistan is an underground political party in Afghanistan. The party is the continuation of the line started by the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement.
The Communist (Maoist) Party of Afghanistan is an underground organization, with the stated goal of starting a "people's national war of resistance against the occupying forces and the United States of America", establishing a New democratic society, and establishing socialism in Afghanistan.
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