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Jalali, Ali Ahmad


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  • Fuller Name

    • Ali Ahmad
  • Variants

    • Jalālay, ʻAlī Aḥmad
    • ʻAlī Aḥmad Jalālay
    • جلالى، على احمد
    • على احمد جلالى
    • Jalali, Ali A. (Ali Ahmad)
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  • Sources

    • found: The other side of the mountain, 1999? :t.p. (Ali Ahmad Jalali)
    • found: OCLC, 2/1/99(hdg.: Jalālī, ʻAlī Aḥmad)
    • found: Da Khushḥāl Khān Khaṭṭak da ʻaṣr aw chāperyāl Poże ṡeṛanah, 2011 or 2012:t.p. (پروفيسورعلى احمد جلالى = Prڶufaysڶur څAlڶi Aۊhmad Jalڶalay)
    • found: Guzīdah-ʼi ashʻār-i Ustād Ghulām Jīlānī (Jalālī), 2005:t.p. (على احمد جلالى = څAlڶi Aۊhmad Jalڶalڶi) p. 3 of cover (b. 1319 [1940 or 1941] in Kabul, Afghanistan)
    • found: Jalali, Ali A. Afghanistan National Defense and Security Forces, 2016:title page (Ali A. Jalali) About the Author (Ali A. Jalali is a distinguished professor at the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies at National Defense University and recently served as a senior expert on Afghanistan at the U.S. Institute of Peace; former interior minister of Afghanistan (January 2003-October 2005); worked for more than twenty years as a broadcast executive in the Pashto, Dari, and Persian languages at the Voice of America in Washington, DC)
    • found: Academy for Cultural Diplomacy, August 16, 2017(Ali Ahmad Jalali; former Interior Minister of Afghanistan; Distinguished Professor, Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies, National Defense University, USA; born in 1940, in Kabul, Afghanistan; US citizen since 1987; former colonel in the Afghan National Army; served as a top advisor at the Afghan Resistance Headquarters in Peshawar during the Soviet invasion; earned a bachelor's degree in political science from the Afghan Military University in 1961; earned a diploma from the US Army Infantry Advance Course at Fort Benning, Georgia in 1964; Masters in Military Science from the Staff College in Kabul in 1966, and graduated from the British Staff College in 1967)
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  • Change Notes

    • 1999-02-01: new
    • 2017-08-17: revised
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