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Abdul Rauf (Taliban governor)

Abdul Rauf
Nationality Afghanistan
Occupation Politician
Known for Taliban Governor

Hajji Mullah Maulvi Abdul Rauf is a Taliban politician.[1] He was the Taliban's last Governor of Konar Province.[2]

In 2003 CNN quoted Mullah Abdul Rauf on the formation of a new Taliban leadership structure.[3] Abdul Rauf was, in 2003, serving as a Taliban spokesman.[4]


  1. ^ Esther Schrader, Rona Tempest (2001-10-29). "U.S. Warplanes Pound Taliban Troops, Rumsfeld Says". The Spectrum, University of Buffalo. Archived from the original on 2010-03-04. On Sunday, a delegation of 10 men from the forces massed at Lagharay, Pakistan, six miles from the Afghan border in the Bajaur tribal area, traveled into neighboring Konar province to meet with Taliban Gov. Maulvi Abdul Rauf. 
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  3. ^ "'"Taliban form 'resistance force.  
  4. ^ "US jets pound Taliban position".  
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