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Who is Ahmad Massoud
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Ground Report | New Delhi: Who is Ahmad Massoud, son of slain leader Ahmad Shah Massoud, has gathered in the Panjshir Valley, an anti-Taliban stronghold in the north in the past, to chart Afghanistan’s future course of action.

The majority of people in the area speak Persian, and the Taliban, who are ethnically Pashtun, have little influence there.

Bazarak, the capital of Panjshir Province, has long been a center of resistance against central governments and is one of the major bases of the Northern Alliance, which overthrew the Taliban in 2001 with the help of the United States and other international forces.

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Who is Ahmad Massoud

Ahmed Massoud announced in an article last Monday in the French magazine La Regal de that he wanted to organize the ‘freedom struggle’ like his father. “My comrades and I will give our blood with all the free Afghans who refuse slavery and from whom I demand that they join me in our stronghold Panjshir, the last free country of our dying country,” he wrote. There is a region. ‘

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The magazine is published by Bernard Henry Levy, a French philosopher. Henry Levy has made a film with Peshmerga militants in Kurdistan. He also defended the US invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq in 2001 and 2003.

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Ahmed Massoud, who is the leader of a movement called the Resistance Front, writes in this article that all the libertarians of the country belonging to ‘ tribes and clans ‘ are with him ‘the last free part of the country’ i.e. Panj Sher. Can join He compared his country’s situation to that of Nazi-occupied Europe in the 1940s. With the help of Mr. Henry Levy, he has also sought help from the French government.

In a photo, Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh can be seen together in a meeting. Manza Ibtekar, an Afghan Twitter user, wrote, quoting his family in Panjshir, that large numbers of people were moving to his area. He said he needed help.

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