Mullah Mohammed Omar


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Noun1.Mullah Mohammed Omar - reclusive Afghanistani politician and leader of the Taliban who imposed a strict interpretation of shariah law on Afghanistan (born in 1960)
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He was Mullah Mohammed Omar, the founding leader of the Taliban's deputy.
Baradar was the deputy of Mullah Mohammed Omar, the founding leader of Taliban, whose death was confirmed in October 2016.
Mullah Baradar was the deputy of former Taliban supreme leader Mullah Mohammed Omar and was among four who had founded the group in 1994.
22 YEARS AGO (1996) The Afghan capital Kabul fell to the Taliban under Mullah Mohammed Omar. The group wanted to make Afghanistan a pure Islamic state.
Pakistan hosted the first direct peace talks between Kabul and the Taliban in 2015, but they ended when Kabul announced the death of Taliban founder Mullah Mohammed Omar.
Pakistan hosted the first direct peace talks between Kabul and the Taliban in 2015, but they ended when Kabul announced the death of Taliban founder Mullah Mohammed Omar. Washington has talked up the prospects for peace many times and Pakistan has said it will help to ensure its neighbour's stability.
Over the past year - since it announced the death of its former leader (http://www.ibtimes.com/taliban-admits-mullah-omars-death-was-covered-more-2-years-2074960) Mullah Mohammed Omar - the Taliban has intensified bombings and large-scale assaults on security forces in the country, shunning peace talks with the Afghan government.
Pakistan held meetings between Kabul and Taliban forces in July, but the talks were stalled after the Taliban confirmed the death of their longtime leader, Mullah Mohammed Omar. Ghani was attending this week's meeting in Pakistan to help resume peace talks.
Campbell also claimed that the death of Mullah Mohammed Omar has undermined the morale of the insurgents who considered him to be the "spiritual head" of the Taliban movement.
Zaeef is one of the founding members of the terror outfit and a former close confidant of Taliban head Mullah Mohammed Omar.
He demanded proof that the order had come from the Taliban's supreme leader, Mullah Mohammed Omar. There was no proof.
Afghan officials hope Baradar could play a key role in any negotiations to end the Afghan conflict, acting as a go-between with senior Taliban leaders, including the movement's reclusive leader, Mullah Mohammed Omar.