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Sayed Mohammad Akbar Agha is the former leader of Jaish-al-Muslimeen (Army of Muslims) which broke away from the mainstream Taliban in 2001. As the head of this new group, which was believed to have concentrated their operations in the south of Kabul, Akbar conducted attacks on U.S. military convoys and re-supply lines. In 2004 he was sentenced to 16-years in prison for kidnapping and threatening to decapitate three foreign UN workers in the capital Kabul. In 2009 president Hamid Karsai pardoned him and released him from prison.Free Syria Army soldiers stand guard at their base in the Bustan Al-Bashar neighborhood of Aleppo on the last day of a U.N. negotiated seize fire that began on the first day of the Muslim holiday of Eid. Both sides exchanged small arms fire as the regime fired mortars throughout the day on several sectors of the city - the kurdish neighborhood of Ashrafya was also bombed by regime jets on October 29, 2012, following an FSA incursion in the district on Saturday...© Javier Manzano...
Sayed Mohammad Akbar Agha is the former leader of Jaish-al-Muslimeen (Army of Muslims) which broke away from the mainstream Taliban in 2001. As the head of this new group, which was believed to have concentrated their operations in the south of Kabul, Akbar conducted attacks on U.S. military convoys and re-supply lines. In 2004 he was sentenced to 16-years in prison for kidnapping and threatening to decapitate three foreign UN workers in the capital Kabul. In 2009 president Hamid Karsai...
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