Hekmatyar

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1993 In Afghanistan - May 20
... forces under Masood and Hezb-i-Islami faction troops loyal to fundamentalist Hekmatyar - a 22-member cabinet is named ... Acceding to Hekmatyar's demands, the cease-fire agreement called for the Defense Ministry to be run by a commission under President Rabbani ... Afghanistan's minority Shi`ites, allies of Hekmatyar who have been demanding greater representation, are given the finance and health ministries ...
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar - Early Life
... Gulbuddin Hekmatyar was born in 1947 in Imam Sahib District of the Kunduz province, northern Afghanistan, a member of the Kharoti tribe of the Ghilzai Pashtun ... tribal leader Gholam Serwar Nasher deemed Hekmatyar to be a bright young man and sent him to the Mahtab Qala military academy in 1968, but he was expelled due to his political ... From 1970 to 1972, Hekmatyar attented Kabul University's engineering department ...
Civil War In Afghanistan (1992–1996) - Background
... All Afghan parties agreed to the peace- and power-sharing agreement, except for Gulbuddin Hekmatyar ... Although offered the position of prime minister, Hekmatyar wanted to become the sole ruler of Afghanistan ... According to Peter Tomsen, neighboring Pakistan had tried to install Gulbuddin Hekmatyar in power in Afghanistan against the opposition of all other mujahideen commanders and factions as early as 1990 ...
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar - Post-11 September 2001 Activities - 2008 Resurgence
... "such as deputy minister or head of department", are thought to be directed at Hekmatyar ... Hekmatyar reportedly now lives today in an unknown location in southeastern Afghanistan, somewhere close to the Pakistani border ... Hekmatyar is now believed to shuttle between hideouts in Pakistan's mountainous tribal areas and in northeast Afghanistan ...
Civil War In Afghanistan (1992–1996) - Timeline - 1992 - April–May
... The war started when Gulbuddin Hekmatyar's Hezb-e Islami with the help of some Khalqi elements from the former communist regime (which would later join the Taliban) started ... Hekmatyar had asked other groups such as Harakat-Inqilab-i-Islami and Khalis faction to join him while entering Kabul, but they declined his offer and instead backed the Peshawar Accords ... In May 1992 Hekmatyar started a bombardment campaign against the capital city firing thousands of rockets supplied by Pakistan ...