Abdul Hakim Ishaqzai

Abdul Hakim Ishaqzai
عبد الحكيم اسحاقزى
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Ishaqzai in 2020
Acting Justice Minister of Afghanistan
Assumed office
7 September 2021
Prime MinisterHasan Akhund (acting)
LeaderHibatullah Akhundzada
Preceded byAbdul Baseer Anwar
3rd Chief Justice of Afghanistan
Assumed office
15 August 2021
Preceded bySayed Yousuf Halim
Assumed office
25 May 2016
Deputy
LeaderHibatullah Akhundzada
Preceded byHibatullah Akhundzada
Judge of the Kandahar Primary Court
In office
c. 1995c. 2001
Prime MinisterMohammad Rabbani
Abdul Kabir
LeaderMohammed Omar
Personal details
Born1967 (age 54–55)
Panjwayi, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan
NationalityAfghan
ProfessionPolitician, writer
Political affiliationTaliban

Abdul Hakim Ishaqzai (Pashto: عبد الحكيم اسحاقزى Pashto pronunciation: [ˈabdʊl haˈkim ɪshaqˈzai]; born 1967), also known as Abdul Hakim Haqqani (Pashto: عبد الحكيم حقاني Pashto pronunciation: [ˈabdʊl haˈkim haqɑˈni]) and Abdul Hakim Sharie[1] (Pashto: عبدالحکیم شرعی Pashto pronunciation: [ˈabdʊl haˈkim ʃaˈrai]; also spelt Sharai[2] or Sharia[3]), is an Afghan Islamic scholar, writer and the current Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan since 2021[4] and Minister of Justice. He has also served as chief justice of the Supreme Court in the 1996–2001 Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. He was the chairman of the negotiation team in the Qatar office. He is one of the founding members of the Taliban and was a close associate of the late leader Mullah Mohammed Omar.[5][6]

  1. ^ "Factbox: Taliban announces makeup of new Afghan government". Reuters. 2021-09-07. Retrieved 2021-09-12.
  2. ^ "Major reshuffle in Taliban leadership ahead of intra-Afghan dialogue". Zee News. 2020-09-08. Retrieved 2021-09-12.
  3. ^ "Taliban's government includes designated terrorists, ex-Guantanamo detainees | FDD's Long War Journal". www.longwarjournal.org. 2021-09-08. Retrieved 2021-09-12.
  4. ^ احمدزى, محمد اصف (28 October 2021). "مولوي عبدالحکيم د سترې محکمې د رئیس او مولوي فريدالدين د علومو اکاډمي د رئيس په توګه ټاکل شوي".
  5. ^ "Ishaqzai, Abdul Hakim Mawlawi Sheikh".
  6. ^ Bezhan, Frud (10 September 2020). "Why Did the Taliban Appoint a Hard-Line Chief Negotiator for Intra-Afghan Talks?". Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.

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