Abdul Baseer Salangi is the current Governor of Parwan Province since 2008/9?, and was a major commander in the Afghan Civil War, aligned with Jamiat-e Islami and Ahmed Shah Massoud. Additionally he was chief of Kabul after the fall of the Taliban until he was replaced by General Baba Jan after being indicted in the Shinpur scandal.
Abdul Hai Neamati (or Nemati) was the first governor of Farah Province, Afghanistan, to be appointed following the 2001 fall of the Taliban. Abdul Hai was an ally of western Afghan powerbroker Ismail Khan, and a member of the Jamiat-e Islami party.
Abdul Jalal Jalal is the Chief of Police of Kunar Province, Afghanistan. Jalal was described as a reformer in the The Enduring Ledger, the publication of the Public Affairs department of the Combined Security Transition Command.
Abdul Karim is a citizen of Afghanistan who was held in the United States Guantanamo Bay detainment camps, in Cuba. American intelligence analysts estimate he was born in 1982, in Sangin, Afghanistan.
On January 15, 2010, the Department of Defense complied with a court order and published a list of Captives held in the Bagram Theater Internment Facility that included the name Hajj Abdul Majid Khan.
Abdul Malik Pahlawan is an Uzbek politician based out of Faryab Province in northern Afghanistan. He is currently head of the Afghanistan Liberation Party and was heavily involved the factional fighting that consumed Afghanistan throughout the 1990s. His rival for control of the Uzbek north is Rashid Dostum, and their militias have clashed several times since the fall of the Taliban.
Abdul Nasir is a citizen of Afghanistan who is still held in extrajudicial detention after being transferred from United States Guantanamo Bay detainment camps, in Cuba — to an Afghan prison.
Engineer Abdul Rahim was appointed the Afghan Communications Minister of the Afghan Interim Administration -- the first post-Taliban government in 2002.
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