Hezb-e-Wahdat-e-Islami-yi Afghanistan

Hezb-e-Wahdat-e-Islami-yi Afghanistan is one of the main groups included in the Northern Alliance, and had joined the coalition by 1992. When Afghanistan's communist government fell in 1992, Hezb-e Wahdat was formed to unite the country's eight Shi'a parties. It is the main Shi'a party in Afghanistan and draws its support from the ethnic Hazara minority. The group received considerable military support from Iran in the 1990s. Mazari was killed in 1995 as the Taliban were fighting to seize Kabul.VideoVideo:Abdul Ali Mazari (Farsi: عبدلعلی مزاری, ʿAbd al-ʿAlī Mazārī) was a political leader of the Hezbe Wahdat during and following the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.Mazari was an ethnic Hazara and believed the solution to the divisiveness in Afghanistan was in federalism, where every ethnic group would have specific constitutional rights.

Hezb-e-Wahdat-e-Islami-yi Afghanistan, also known as Islamic Unity Party in Afghanistan is an inactive group formed c. 1992.
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