Mullah Norullah Noori: A Senior Taliban Military Commander

Mullah Norullah Noori: A Senior Taliban Military Commander

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Mullah Norullah Noori was listed in Guantanamo documents released by WikiLeaks as “a senior Taliban military commander” in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif who was “wanted by the United Nations for possible war crimes including the murder of thousands of Shiite Muslims.”

This man is now free thanks to Obama.

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The Guantanamo Files: Mullah Norullah Noori

Country:  Afghanistan

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Place of Birth:  Shajoie, AF

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The Guantanamo Files: Mullah Norullah Noori

Executive Summary: Detainee was a senior Taliban military commander in Mazar-e-Sharif during hostilities against US and Coalition forces in late 2001. Detainee was also the Taliban governor for the Balkh and Laghman provinces and is wanted by the United Nations (UN) for possible war crimes including the murder of thousands of Shiite Muslims.

Detainee is associated with Supreme Taliban Commander Mullah Muhammad Omar, other senior Taliban officials, senior al-Qaida members and other extremist organizations and has remained a significant figure to Taliban supporters. Detainee’s brother is a Taliban.