NAGs

Junbish-i Milli-yi Islami


Year Formed: 1993
Year Terminated: 1995

Target States:
Afghanistan

Ideational Characteristics:
NOID

Objectives:
Toppling an Existing Leadership

External Supporters:

Turkey

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Iran

Narrative Summary:

NAG Support Dataset Code: 142

UCDP/PRIO Code: 1144

References:

___ 2001. “Afghanistan: Crisis of Impunity : the Role of Pakistan, Russia, and Iran in Fueling the Civil War”. Human Rights Watch. Web. http://www.hrw.org/reports/2001/afghan2/Afghan0701.pdf

___ 2001. “Bloodshed mars group's chance to hold power”. The Vancouver Province. (Accessed at lexisnexis.com)

___ 2005. “Casting Shadows: War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity: 1978-2001”. Open Society Institute. Web. http://www.refworld.org/docid/46725c962.html

Coghlan, Tom. 2008. “Mass grave plundered at site of Taleban prisoners' massacre; Up to 2,000 were suffocated or shot, then burnt”. The Times (London). (Accessed at lexisnexis.com)

Dimanno, Rosie, Ken Faught. 2001. “A war from another time”. Toronto Star. (Accessed at lexisnexis.com)

Katzman, Kenneth. 2015. “Afghanistan: Post-Taliban Governance, Security, and U.S. Policy”. Congressional Research Service. Web. https://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/row/RL30588.pdf

Rubin, Barnett R. 2013. “Afghanistan from the Cold War through the War on Terror”. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Royle, Trevor. 2001. “Friends In The North”. The Sunday Herald. (Accessed at lexisnexis.com)

Sevunts, Levon. 2001. “Can Afghanistan ever be normal again…” Edmonton Journal (Alberta). (Accessed at lexisnexis.com)

Symon, Fiona. 2001. “Afghanistan's Northern Alliance”. BBC News. (Accessed at lexisnexis.com)

Vijayan, Suchitra. 2014. “Ballots, bullets, bribes and warlords”. Himal Southasian.