Rabbani, Mullah Mohammad


Rabbani, Mullah Mohammad
▪ 2002

      Afghan Muslim cleric (b. 1956?, Kandahar province, Afg.—d. April 16, 2001, Rawalpindi, Pak.), was the second most powerful man in Afghanistan's Taliban regime and the de facto chairman of the Taliban Council of Ministers (the equivalent of a prime minister). Rabbani attended an Islamic seminary before joining the jihad against the communist government installed after the Soviet Union's military intervention in Afghanistan in 1979. During the ensuing civil war, he was a founding member of the fundamentalist Muslim Taliban, originally a religious students militia. It was widely reported that Rabbani had ordered the execution of former president Mohammad Najibullah after Taliban forces captured the capital, Kabul, in 1996.

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