Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Mulla Muhammad Omer Original Picture released by Taliban

Afghan Taliban 2 days ago, released a rare photo of its deceased Supremo Taliban leader Mullah Muhammad Umer who ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001 when American and allied forces made Taliban complled to leave Kabul and other areas of the war turn county.
Mullah Omar, leader of the faithful (Image via Taliban)
Muhammad Muhammad Umer Picture Released by Afghan Taliban.
 
A rare photo has emerged of Islamic Emirate Emir Mullah Omar, spiritual leader to Afghan Taliban which was forwarded to me by “a soldier of Islamic Emirate”. Message reads,
“the most rare pic of Ameer ul Mominen Mulla Umar رح in 1978”
Mullah Muhammad Newly Released Picture.

Mullah Omar was 11th head of state from 1996 to late 2001, under the official title “Head of the Supreme Council”. Taliban governance of Afghanistan was overturned by a controversial invasion and occupation of the country by NATO, US forces following the attack on the Twin Towers, World Trade Center, September 11th 2001. Many questions have been raised regarding the legality of this action by foreign forces. No Taliban participated in 9/11 attack. Osama bin Laden, founder of Al Qaeda who claimed responsibility for 9/11 did however seek refuge in Afghanistan which prompted the invasion.
Since 2001 thousands of civilians have died caught up in the fighting, human rights violations are rife and US and allies are now said to be supporting alleged war criminals according to reports from human rights organizations.
Mullah Omar “leader of the faithful” was rarely photographed and largely disappeared from public view in 2001.
A biography of Mullah Omar released by the Taliban can be read here.
“Afghanistan: Islamic Emirate release article commemorating 19th anniversary of the historical gathering and selection of Mullah Omar in Kandahar.”

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