Hazrat Ali

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Hajji Hazrat Ali bin Bahawal Sheir is a military commander in eastern Afghanistan., Asia Times, December 7, 2001


He was born in 1964 and is an ethnic Pashai.

Hazrat Ali rose to prominence during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. As a commander for Hezb-e Islami Khalis he quickly became an important leader for the Pashai community. Hazrat Ali has also been described as an Afghan Army commander under the Soviet puppet regime., Ariana, September 6, 2005

During the war against the Taliban, Ali is said to have been aligned with Ahmad Shah Massoud. Following the fall of the Taliban Ali joined with two other leaders in the Jalalabad-Tora Bora region, Abdul Qadir and Mohammed Zaman to set up the Eastern Shura, a local provisional government., Asia Times, December 7, 2001 They were early backers of the first post-Taliban President Hamid Karzai.

The Pak Tribune described Ali as a "gangster" during the Fall 2004 Afghan Presidential election., Pak Tribune, October 4, 2004

The Asia Times reports that, after the fall of the Taliban, Ali's troops executed hundreds of captured Arab prisoners with the complicity of U.S. special forces., Asia Times, February 7, 2002

The Asia Times also reports that Ali was one of the warlords who allowed Bin Laden to escape...
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