Afghan Tajik people.pdf

Afghan Tajik people PDF

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 30. Chapters: Burhanuddin Rabbani, Ismail Khan, Abdul Rahman, Abdullah Mujahid, Abdullah Abdullah, Massoud Khalili, Mohammed Fahim, Amrullah Saleh, Abdul Latif Pedram, Nasrullah, Atta Muhammad Nur, Ahmad Zia Massoud, Rangin Dadfar Spanta, Ziauddin, Yunus Qanuni, Massouda Jalal, Abdul Wahid Baba Jan, Abdul Momim, Raziq Faani, Tahir Badakhshi, Sayed Ikramuddin Masoomi, Haron Amin, Zaid Mohseni, Bismillah Khan Mohammadi, Ishaq Shahryar, Ehsan Bayat, Abdul Satar Sirat, Rahim Bakhsh, Muhammad Asif Muhsini, Baz Mohammad Ahmadi, Tahir Shubab, Tawab Arash, Saleh Mohammad Registani, Sediq Shubab, Mohammad Fahim Dashty, Mamoon Eshaq, Ghulam Mohammad Ghobar, Abdul Rahim. Excerpt: Abdul Rahman (Persian: ) (born 1965) was an Afghan citizen who was arrested in February 2006 and threatened with the death penalty for converting to Christianity. On March 26, 2006, under heavy pressure from foreign governments, the court returned his case to prosecutors, citing investigative gaps. He was released from prison to his family on the night of March 27. On March 29, Abdul Rahman arrived in Italy after the Italian government offered him asylum. Abdul Rahmans arrest and trial brought international attention to an apparent contradiction in the Constitution of Afghanistan, which recognizes both a limited form of freedom of religion and the Hanafi school of Islamic jurisprudence, which mandates the death penalty for apostasy from Islam. The case attracted widespread international condemnation, notably from the United Kingdom and the United States, both of whom led the campaign to remove the fundamentalist Taliban regime in 2001 and are the main donors to Afghanistan. Abdul Rahman was born in 1965 in Kabul, Afghanistan to Abdul Manan and Gul Begum, ethnic Tajiks from the Panjshir Valley. He was married and fathered two daughters, Mariam and Maria. In 1990, when working as a staff member for a Catholic non-governmental aid group providing medical assistance to Afghan refugees in Peshawar, Pakistan, he came in touch with Christianity and was subsequently baptised into the Roman Catholic Church. After his conversion he adopted the Biblical name Joel. In 1993, he moved to Germany and later unsuccessfully sought asylum in Belgium before being deported to Afghanistan in 2002 after the fall of the Taliban government. Abdul Rahmans wife divorced him because of his conversion to Catholicism. In the ensuing custody battle over the couples two daughters, who had been raised by Abdul Rahmans parents during his absence, the mothers family raised the issue of his religion as grounds for denying him custody. When he returned to Afghanistan, he was disowned by his pare

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