(?-July 5, 2006) was an Afghan
who rose to a leadership role in the Taliban
, but renounced the Taliban in 2006.
Accounts differ as to the role Ibrahim played in the Taliban's resistance to Afghanistan's new government.Ibrahim claimed he had last fought in Afghanistan in 2001, and had then moved to Pakistan. Afghan and American spokesmen said they believed he had been masterminding attacks until shortly before his apprehension.
Ibrahim claimed he was on his way to surrender, to take advantage of an amnesty program called "Peace through strength
".Ibrahim was seriously ill with liver disease when he was apprehended. Canadian news sources report that conversations with Lieutenant Colonel Ian Hope
, while he received Canadian medical treatment, played a role in his renunciation of the Taliban.
Ibrahim succumbed to his liver disease on July 5, 2006.
Taliban's Deputy Director of Intelligence
An individual named Mohammed Ibrahim
was reported to have served as the Taliban Deputy Director of Intelligence
during the Taliban's rule of Afghanistan. , from Mohamed Rahim
's Administrative Review Board hearing
- pages 231-242It is not clear whether this is the same individual as the Taliban leader who repudiated the Taliban.
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