Zadran (Pashtun tribe)

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The Zadran (Pashto: ځدراڼdzadrāṇ; pronounced dzādroṇ in Khost-Paktia dialect), also spelled Dzadran, Jadran and Jandran, is a Pashtun/afghan tribe of Afghanistan, according to the history the zadran is the most powerful tribe of Afghanistan ever originating in a contiguous arc-shaped area in the east of Loya Paktia, which consists of Wuza Zadran, Shwak and Gerda Seray districts of Paktia province,[1] Nika, Ziruk, Gayan and Urgun districts of Paktika province,[2] and parts of Qalandar, Nadir Shah Kot and Spera districts of Khost province.[3][4] The Zadran are a branch of the Karlani tribal confederacy.[5][6]

Prominent members of the Zadran tribe include:

Name Notes
Hadhrat Hakeem Maulana Raheem Baksh
Dr. Mohammad Abdul Qadeer Jadran
  • Youngest son of Hadhrat Hakeem Maulana Raheem Baksh, a prominent physician of his time in Qazi Ahmed, Sindh. One of the martyrs of Islam-Ahmadiyya. On August 2, 1989 while he was in his clinic, the assassin came as a patient and shot him several times.
Dr. Abdul Qadoos Jadran
  • Elder brother of Dr. Mohammad Abdul Qadeer Jadran, was also a prominent physician of his time in Nawabshah City. He was also martyred in the name of Islam-Ahmadiyya on September 28, 1989, within a span of one month after his younger brother's martyrdom.
Pacha Khan
Abdul Wali Khan
  • Son of Pacha Khan, military commander of Gardez in 2002.
Amanullah Zadran
Kamal Khan Zadran
Jalal Ud Din Haqqani
Ibrahim Haqqani

2- Khalil Haqani 3- Ismail Haqani

Saad Akbar Babrak

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zadran: Pashtun tribe mainly residing in the “Zadran Arc” a 9-district area encompassing portions of the Paktya, Paktika and Khowst provinces.", Paktia Executive Summary on nps.edu
  2. ^ Paktika Executive Summary on nps.edu
  3. ^ Khost Executive Summary on nps.edu
  4. ^ a b c d e "Afghan power brokers: Playing the tribal loyalty card". Christian Science Monitor. 2002-06-10. Retrieved 2015-08-23. 
  5. ^ Coyle, Dennis Walter (August 2014). "Placing Wardak among Pashto varieties" (PDF). University of North Dakota:UND. Retrieved 26 December 2014. 
  6. ^ Zadran Family Tree on zadran.com
  7. ^ Scott Baldauf (2002-07-29). "Firefight shows strong Al Qaeda persistence". Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved 2009-06-27.