Ezatullah (Nangarhar)

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A local leader of an anti-Taliban militia, from Sorubi, set up a provisional government in Nangarhar Province on November 16, 2001, after the Taliban retreated.[1] The two other leaders in the provisional government were Hazrati Ali[disambiguation needed] from Towr Kham and Malawi Yunis Khalis from the Provincial capital, Jalalabad.

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  1. ^ David Rohde (November 16, 2001). "A NATION CHALLENGED: AFGHANISTAN REDUX; Warlord Rule Is Re-emerging In Some Towns". New York Times. Retrieved 2008-02-19. The third arrived from Sorubi, where Ezatullah, a local commander with only one name, has created his own fief.