Posted in 1992-Afghan Civil War

The 1992 to 1996 phase of the Afghan Civil War began with the resignation of President Najibullah from the Government of Afghanistan and the entrance of the Mujahideen groups into Kabul.

The fighting involved multiple factions and up until the Taliban entered the city in 1996, was largely fought on three fronts.

The West of the city was controlled largely by Hezbe Wahdat and the Jamiat-allied Ittehad-I Islami The North of the city was under control of Ahmed Shah Massoud’s forces and Jamiat-e Islami while the south was largely under control of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar’s Hezbi Islami.

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