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11th anniversary of Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid’s passing away

Biography of late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid

The late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid, son of Mawlavi Ghulam Nabi, was born in 1960 in the Chah-eHamat village of Khakrez district of Kandahar province. Two years after his birth, the late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid’s father relocated from the Khakrez district to the Dand district of the province. There, he dedicated his life to educating and nurturing religious studies for the people of that area until his death. After the death of his father when he was five years old, Amir al-Muminin moved from Dand district to the Dehrwood district of Uruzgan province, where he began the early stages of his life under the guardianship of his uncles. Education: When Amir al-Muminin, the late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid, was 8 years old, he enrolled in a religious school (Madrasa) in the Shahi area, Dehrwood district of Uruzgan province. He completed his primary and secondary religious studies at this school and began higher education in Afghanistan at the age of 18. However, his pursuit of higher education remained incomplete in 1978 due to the communist regime’s rule in Afghanistan. Jihad and Struggle: The late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid had not yet completed thirty years of his life when the communists came to power in Afghanistan through a military coup. At that time, all seminary students in the country, like the late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid, found it impossible to pursue their education because the first confrontation of the atheist communists throughout the country was with the scholars, Taliban, students, and Muslim people. The late Mujahid prioritized leaving his higher religious education and taking up the responsibility of the Jihad front from the school. The late Mujahid spent more than three years of his life with the Mujahidin in many direct battles against the communists and the occupying Russian forces. After engaging in Jihad with his Jihadist friends against the occupiers and communists, he continued with armed Jihad. In Kandahar province, due to his successful role in Jihad operations, his fame, and his excellent capacity for military tactics, he gained the attention of the then-Jihadist organizations. Therefore, he was entrusted with the independent responsibility of a Jihad front. The late Mujahid was wounded four times in direct Jihad operations against the Russians, losing his right eye in the last encounter. Resistance Against Corruption and Establishment of the Islamic Emirate: Instead of establishing an Islamic government and letting the dreams of the Mujahid nation come true, civil wars began after the collapse of the communist regime. The sincere and devout Mujahidin were systematically removed from the scene due to a deceitful plan, and some former Mujahidin who were supposed to overthrow communism joined them. In contrast, others resorted to looting and pillaging the property and assets of people and the homeland. The lives, wealth, and honor of fellow believers were under constant threat, with improvised explosive devices being planted on roads and highways. The national assets, both material and spiritual, of the country were ruthlessly plundered, including the spoils of Jihad and even the forests and mines of the country. The fourteen years of Jihad achieved by the Islam-loving people of Afghanistan were not only at risk of being lost, but the lives of the country’s people were also under threat. Therefore, the sincere Mujahidin took action to protect the lives and property of Muslims and eradicate corruption. The Mujahidin began their first meetings and consultations. After many meetings and consultations, the late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid and his companions laid the foundation for the Islamic movement and the anti-corruption struggle. The Islamic movement, in order to prevent corruption, began its fight under the leadership of Amir al-Muminin, the late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid, which the people and Mujahidin warmly welcomed. First, they cleared Kandahar province and then many areas of Afghanistan from the presence of armed groups. In 1995, when most areas of the country were under the control of the Islamic Emirate, a large gathering of esteemed Afghan scholars, numbering more than 1,500 individuals, ratified the Islamic Emirate of the late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid and bestowed upon him the title of Amir alMuminin through a gathering in Kandahar. In the sixth month of 1996, Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, came under the control of the Islamic Emirate. After that, 95% of Afghan soil, including all central and northern regions, fell under the rule of the Islamic Emirate. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, a Sharia law-based government, was established under the leadership of Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid. After a long hiatus, once again, it showcased a living example of an Islamic system to the world, saving the country from disintegration and ensuring unparalleled security. Illness and Passing Away: The dedicated Mujahid and founder of the Islamic Emirate, Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid, passed away in 2013 after engaging in Jihad, preaching, bringing reform, sacrifice, and devotion. Mashal Noori

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