The court of the Mazar-i-Sharif transferred the oil and gas storage of the Ibrahimzada Group company to another person.

Mazar-i-Sharif, April 3 - Sangar, Qari Ahmad. This is a prime example of a raider seizure - the usurpation of property without the owner's consent, which is carried out with the help of the Taliban justice system.

Ghulam Abbas Ibrahimzada, CEO of the Ibrahimzada Group holding company, confirmed to Sangar that raiding efforts to seize his oil and gas storage began after the Taliban came to power, and finally, a Mazar-i-Sharif court judge took a bribe and transferred it to another person.

“Mavlavi Yasin Manur, chairman of the initial commercial department, and Mavlavi Adamkhan Abujamil, chief judge of the Mazari Sharif city court, received a bribe of $500,000 to give the oil and gas storage of the Ibrahimzoda Group holding to the bribe giver. We bought this vault for $10 million. There is a legal and legal document," Ghulam Abbas Ibrahimzadeh said.

According to the general director of the Ibrahimzada Group holding, the decision of the Mazar-i-Sharif court was "one-sided and unfair" and is a usurpation of the legal property of domestic businessmen, and corruption in the Balkh courts has reached its peak.

“Contrary to their claims, contrary to religious and Islamic values and against national and patriotic values, the aforementioned judges of the Islamic Emirate seek to seize illegally and loot the property of businessmen and people in Mazar-i-Sharif,” said Ghulam Abbas Ibrahimzada.

He calls on the high-ranking officials of the Islamic Emirate in Kabul and Balkh province to prevent these rangers and unfair and unilateral court decisions in the courts and seriously address this corruption and bribery.

The Hazara Ghulam Abbas Ibrahimzada was one of Afghanistan's significant businessmen and investors during the republic. He started his business in 1992, later headed the Balkh Province Changers Association, and has since become popularly known as “Abbas Dollar”.

In the last years of the republic, he was engaged in the trade of gasoline and gas, mineral fertilizers, and fittings from Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan. Its storage facility in the city of Hairatan, bordering Uzbekistan, had a capacity of 50,000 tons of gasoline and gas.

The Ibrahimzada Group has three universities - two in Balkh and one in Kabul, two colleges - one technical and one medical in Mazar-i-Sharif and 30 secondary schools throughout Afghanistan. About 15,000 students study at its universities and about 10,000 pupils at secondary schools. Teachers brought in from abroad received up to $10,000, and local teachers from $500 to $2,000. After the Taliban came to power, a number of schools were closed, foreign teachers left, and salaries became miserable.

In Mazar-i-Sharif, the Ibrahimzada Group built a hospital with 200 beds, which is equipped with the most modern medical equipment, and during the fight against the "coronavirus" treated about 5,000 people free of charge. In this city, the holding has built a luxurious guest house and 7 residential buildings, all of which are three-room, and 540 families have settled in them.

In 2019, Ghulam Abbas Ibrahimzade founded the Hizb Wahdati Navini Afghanistan (New Unity Party of Afghanistan) party. Hizbe Wahdate Islami (Islamic Unity Party) is the "political brand" of the Shia Hazara people of Afghanistan, and with the party founded by Ibrahimzade, their number has reached three. Previously, this party was divided into two factions - the Islamic Unity Party of Karim Khalili and the Popular Islamic Unity Party of Mohammad Mohaqiq. Abbas Ibrahimzada was the deputy of Karim Khalili's Islamic Unity Party for five years before establishing his party.

New Unity Party had about a million members in 10 provinces and had two representatives in the Afghan parliament. His Facebook page, once hacked by either opposition politicians or the Taliban*, had 350,000 followers.

In the summer of 2021, when the Taliban approached the gates of Mazar-i-Sharif, the armed forces of Ibrahimzada fought for two months, protecting the city. After the deal between the US and the Taliban in Afghanistan, which was handed over to the Taliban, Ibrahimzada left Afghanistan and now lives in Turkey.

Meanwhile, the court of the city of Mazar-i-Sharif refused to provide the correspondent of "Sangar" with information on the case of the oil and gas storage of the "Ibrahimzadeh Group".

But local sources say that after increasing imports of Russian oil and gas to Afghanistan and re-exporting them to Pakistan, entrepreneurs close to the Taliban, and more specifically to their foreign minister, Amirkhan Mottaqi, are seizing all the storage facilities belonging to businessmen who left the country.

The case of the Ibrahimzada Group vault is a clear example of how the Taliban treat the property of Muslims, especially Shiite Hazaras. According to the laws of Islam, no one has the right to dispose of someone else's property without the consent of the owner. In this case, we are witnessing a Taliban-style raider seizure.


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