Mohammad Nabi Mohammadi
was an Afghan
politician who served as Vice President of Afghanistan under the Mujahideen
from 1992 to about 1996.
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Mohammadi received his initial Islamic
education from his religious father while he received secondary and high Islamic education from various, well-known scholars in the Logar Province in Afghanistan
. In 1946 when he was 26, he finished all Islamic education and began to teach. In 1947 he was a part of Qadiria Methodism due to the insistence of Ulema in the region. In the same year he also joined Naqshbandia Methodism in order to obtain self-confidence and to clear his soul
.This was during a time when Afghanistan had lost many of its Islamic traditions and communism
was slowly beginning to spread throughout the country. He eventually got in touch with several Ulema and created a strong union of religious scholars with which to oppose Soviet
propaganda and to attempt to inform the general population on the problems of communism.
In 1958, while some of the other scholars were already carrying out anti-communist activities and a newspaper styled "Khalq" was published, Molvi Mohammad Nabi Mohammadi began preaching against communism to people who would listen, traveling far and wide to many of the provinces in... Read More