Alikhel

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Alikhail (Pashto: علی خیل‎) or Alikhail is a Pakhtun tribe in Pakistan India and Afghanistan. Alikhail belongs to the Ghilji tribe of the Bettani confederation of Pashtuns. It is considered a "brother tribe" of the Sulemankhel and Tanoli tribes. Alikhail's are the descendants of Bibi Mato (Daughter of Batani).[1]

In 1924, the Alikhel joined in the Khost Rebellion initiated by the Mangal tribe.[2]

Clans[edit]

Minzai, NipKhail, Mamozai, Uriakhail, Mushkhail, Isapkhail, Maist, Sulemanzai, Dawlak, Shahmurad khail, Mardankhail, Gagan, Bukhankhail, Kambarkhail, Chaka, Saikach, Khozai, Adukhail, Gadakhail, Shahalam khail, Manzar khail[citation needed]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Neamet Ullah History of the Afghans|Bernhard Dorn|1836|p=49
  2. ^ Frank Clements (2003). Conflict in Afghanistan: a historical encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO. pp. 148–. ISBN 978-1-85109-402-8. Retrieved 1 April 2011.

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