Hamidullah is a citizen of Afghanistan currently held in the United States's Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba. Joint Task Force Guantanamo counter-terrorism analysts estimate he was born in 1963, in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Haji Gilani was the first person to give Hamid Karzai shelter in the province of Uruzgan, Afghanistan as Karzai launched his anti-Taliban revolt weeks before the religious militia collapsed under heavy U.S. bombing in late 2001. Gilani and his nephew were shot dead on April 3, 2003 by six gunmen. While initial reports speculated that former Taliban operatives were responsible, a spokesperson for Karzai suggested that a tribal feud may have been the motive.
Habiburahman Parandi was a battalion commander of Baba Jan's regiment during the Siege of Kabul. He controlled the areas above Kart-i-Sakhi hill up to a part of Ministry of Agriculture and commanded a battalion of artillery.
Mullah Habibullah was an Afghan who died while in US custody on December 4, 2002. His death was one of those classed as a homicide, though the initial military statement described his death as due to natural causes.
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