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Great Leader
He is the new Tamerlane Pasha, the Uzbek horseman who conquered Afghanistan in the 14th century and started an empire that stretched from Baghdad to the western frontier of China

While much of the rest of Afghanistan was in ruins, Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum's stronghold of Mazar-i-Sharif - a city of around five million people - was thriving.

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Official Name: Jumbish-i-Milli Islami Afghanistan
Translation:
Islamic Movement of Afghanistan
Secretary General:
General Abdul Rashid Dostum



The Leader

The honorable Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum, leader of the National Islamic Movement of Afghanistan



Afghanistan's ex-king Mohammad Zahir Shah (R) accompanied by the head of the Interim Afghan government, Hamid Karzai and Deputy Defense Minister Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum are welcomed upon arrival at the Kabul airport April 18, 2002. King Shah arrived home Thursday after 29 years of exile in Italy, carrying on his frail elderly shoulders hopes for a sea change in the nation's warring politics.


Former Afghan King Mohammad Zaher Shah, center, is escorted by interim Afghan leader Hamid Karzai, left, Uzbek Gen. Rashid Dostum, second right, and Interior Ministry official Gen. Jurat, right, during the king's arrival at the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, April 18, 2002. Zaher Shah returned to Afghanistan on Thursday after 29 years in exile.


Afghanistan's former king Mohammad Zahir Shah (C) is helped by Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum from an Italian C-130 plane as he is followed by the head of the interim Afghan government, Hamid Karzai, upon arrival at Kabul airport April 18, 2002. Zahir Shah arrived home Thursday after 29 years of exile in Italy.


Afghanistan 's ex-king Mohammad Zahir Shah (R) accompanied by head of the interim Afghan government, Hamid Karzai and Deputy Defense Minister Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum are welcomed upon arrival at the Kabul airport April 18, 2002. King Shah arrived home Thursday after 29 years of exile in Italy, carrying on his frail elderly shoulders hopes for a sea change in the nation's warring politics.


Head of the Interim Afghan government, Hamid Karzai and Deputy Defense Minister Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum holds Afghanistan 's ex-king Mohammad Zahir Shah (C) arm upon arrival at the Kabul airport April 18, 2002. King Shah arrived home Thursday after 29 years of exile in Italy, carrying on his frail elderly shoulders hopes for a sea change in the nation's warring politics.


Interim Afghan government leader Hamid Karzai has named Northern Alliance Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum as his deputy defense minister. Dostum, an ethnic Uzbek, had criticized the interim government for not giving enough representation to the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance.

"We have a very old, good relationship, my brother Gen. Dostum," Karzai said.



A U.S. special forces officer, identified only as Captain Mark, left, presents northern alliance commander Gen. Rashid Dostum, right, with a plaque, at a ceremony at a residence outside Mazar-e-Sharif, northern Afghanistan, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2001. Dostum Wednesday bid farewell to American special forces troops who joined his fighters in the battle to seize this city from the Taliban.


 

Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai (C) speaks with U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalizad (R), as General Abdul Rashid Dostum looks on during the celebration of the Norouz holiday of spring equinox and the start of the New Year in Mazar-i-Sharif March 21, 2002. The ancient holiday dating back to Zoroastrian times was celebrated in this commercial city for the first time since it was banned by the purist Taliban movement as non-Muslim in 1997.

Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai, right, listens to Deputy Defense Minister Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum as they arrive to celebrate the Persian New Year in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan on Thursday, March 21, 2002. The holiday marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated in Afghanistan and across Central Asia.

Afghans from across the country surge forward to touch the flagpole raised to signal the start of Persian New Year at the blue mosque in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan on Thursday, March 21, 2002. The flag is the battle standard of Hazrat Ali, cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet Muhammad, whose symbolic tomb is in the mosque.

Afghans stay in the streets around the blue mosque in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan to get a view of ceremonies marking the Persian New Year on Thursday, March 21, 2002. The holiday marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated in Afghanistan and across Central Asia.

Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai greets schoolgirls, as he arrives at the Blue Mosque to celebrate the Persian New Year in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan on Thursday, March. 21, 2002. The holiday marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated in Afghanistan and across Central Asia.

Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai, right, and Deputy Defense Minister Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum point to the crowds of tens of thousands of Afghans who gathered to celebrate the Persian New Year in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan on Thursday, March. 21, 2002. The holiday marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated in Afghanistan and across Central Asia.

Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai, right, talks to Deputy Defense Minister Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum, center, former Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani, left, during a celebration of the Persian New Year in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan on Thursday, March. 21, 2002. The holiday marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated in Afghanistan and across Central Asia.

National Islamic Movement of Afghanistan
and its Indispensable Duties at Present

 

Heroic nation of our country were plunged into despair by imposed wars, social injustice, tribal pressures and breached principles of the exalted religion of Islam. At this moment of history, a light rose from the northern region that comprised patriotic generals, honorable Ulama and intellectuals with invaluable efforts of stir General Dustum.


This shining light and strong movement is JNMP and it prepared necessary ground for the Islamic victory in the country by uniting millions of people who were disturbed by the malign situation, who longed for peace, Islamic brotherhood and social justice across the country, on the one hand, and domestic and foreign powers on the other hand.


In the first meeting, JNMP gained its official status and stir General dostum Al-Hajj Stir Abdul Rashid Dostum was elected as the leader of the party. JNMP regulation and general objective's were adopted and members of the executive council were elected in the same meeting.


Basic objectives adopted by JNMP can be listed as the following:

1. Putting an end to fratricide and bloody wars.

2. Establishing a comprehensive Islamic state and ensuring broad peace.

3. Guaranteeing of the rights and recognition thereof of all communities living in the country.

4. Resurrecting the national army.

5. Recovering territorial integrity, independence and rule of national will.

6. Formulating the political order of the country so that all segments of the society can contribute.

7. Restructuring Afghanistan by the way of foreign assistance and investment b the private sector.

8. reviving the original cultures and traditions of people living in Afghanistan.

9. Enabling women's contribution in the all political and social activities in accordance with the exalted religion of Islam.

10. reviving Afghanistan's international status and enhancing national economy.

JNMP has, in the last five years, succeeded to control various domains in the country and realized strong initiatives in the line with its declared goals and strengthened its national and international position in spite of all difficulties and domestic and foreign plots. It also has succeeded to become a power on its own right by taking strong steps in order to reach its goals.
 

JNMP has preserved and even enhanced functions performed by the government offices, schools and maktabs, vocational schools and universities, hospitals and all social and cultural institutions found in the areas of controlled by the JNMP. Some examples are in order. Construction of Afghani-Turkish schools in Shabargan and Mazar-I-Sharif amounting to 30 million dollars, JNMP central hospital, airport in Shabargan, revision of electricity infrastructure in Namakan, repair of gas pipeline in Shabargan, opening the road to the port, repair in the tomb of Hazrat Ali, opening of the petroleum refinery in Sharil, gifting gold amounting to 40kgs. And many other.

The leader of the JNMP, in such a chaotic time, has decided to control the situation by his human moral convictions. You, all our sensible people, Generals and courageous officers have shed mach blood in the way of upholding goals of JNMP. Now you are in a position to think and behave rationally as your sacrifices dictate. Al-Hajj Stir General Abdul Rashid Dostum, the leader of JNMP is on your side and the revenges of the blood of our bold nation's sons was taken against The Taliban and there Arab accomplices. General Abdul Rashid Dostum will be with you in this endeavor and will strive for salvaging our nation from distress and hardship.

 

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