Afghanistan Mujahedin Freedom Fighters Front
|Afghanistan Mujahedin Freedom Fighters Front|
جبهه مبارزين مجاهد افغانستانParticipant in Soviet–Afghan War
|Ideology||Big tent opposition to the communist regime and Soviet presence in Afghanistan|
|Opponent(s)|| Soviet Union|
Democratic Republic of Afghanistan
|Battles and war(s)||Bala Hissar uprising|
Afghanistan Mujahedin Freedom Fighters Front (Persian: جبهه مبارزين مجاهد افغانستان, AMFF or AMFFF) was a united front of four Afghan paramilitary factions, formed on the initiative of Maoist groups—Revolutionary Group of the Peoples of Afghanistan (گروه انقلابی خلقهای افغانستان, RGPA) (later named Afghanistan Liberation Organization (ALO)) and Liberation Organization of the People of Afghanistan (سازمان آزادیبخش مردم افغانستان, SAMA)—together with moderate Islamists, in June 1979. They set aside their ideological differences in the fight against a common enemy. The Front fought against the pro-Soviet government and later also the Soviet Army during the Soviet–Afghan War.
The most famous publication of AMFFF was called Neither Puppet Regime nor Fundamentalism, Freedom and Democracy! (نه رژیم پوشالی نه بنیادگرایی، آزادی و دموکراسی!), which was widely distributed across Afghanistan in the early 1980s.
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