|Minister of Foreign Affairs|
1 February 2015
|Preceded by||Ahmad Moqbel Zarar|
|Chairman of the Afghan High Peace Council|
15 April 2012 – 1 February 2015
|Preceded by||Burhanuddin Rabbani|
|Afghanistan Ambassador to Turkey|
1 January 2011 – 14 April 2012
|Preceded by||Massoud Khalili|
|Succeeded by||Amanullah Jayhoon|
March 31, 1971 [|
|Political party||Jamiat-e Islami|
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
Salahuddin Rabbani (Persian: صلاحالدین ربانی; born 10 May 1971 or 20.02 or (Persian: اردیبهشت; برج ثور Burg e Tsaur; Ordibehsht or Taurus (constellation) 1350 according to the Horoscope or Iranian Calendar (Iranian Solar Calendar) or 14 Rabiul awal 1391 (Islamic Lunar calendar)  is an Afghan diplomat and politician who has been Minister of Foreign Affairs since 1 February 2015. He was Ambassador to Turkey from 2011 to 2012. In April 2012, it was announced that he was to chair the Afghan High Peace Council in its negotiations with the Taliban. Salahuddin's father was Council chairman and Afghan president Burhanuddin Rabbani.
He was selected as leader of the Jamiat-e Islami political party after the assassination of his father. On 12 January 2015, he was nominated by President Ashraf Ghani as Minister of Foreign Affairs, replacing Ahmad Moqbel Zarar. He was confirmed by the Afghan Parliament on 28 January and was sworn in on 1 February.
- "Murdered Afghan talks head Rabbani replaced by son", BBC News, 14 April 2012.
- "Karzai appoints slain leader's son to restart Afghanistan peace efforts", Miami Herald, 14 April 2012.
- "Son of former Afghan peace council chairman killed by suicide assassin takes charge of group", Washington Post, 14 April 2012.
Ahmad Moqbel Zarar
|Minister of Foreign Affairs
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