Sayed Mustafa Kazemi

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Kazemi (left) in 2004

Sayed Mustafa Kazemi (1959 – November 6, 2007) (سید مصطفی کاظمی ) from Parwan was a prominent Afghan politician. He was one of the leaders and the spokesmen for the opposition movement known as the United National Front. He was a former minister of commerce in the Afghan Transitional Government. Kazemi was amongst a delegation of politicians and lawmakers killed in a suicide bomb attack in Baghlan, northern Afghanistan, on November 6, 2007.[1]

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