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Contender Biographies - Mutasimbillah's Biography
 
Ustad Mutasimbillah Mazhabi, the eldest son of religious scholar Maulana Mohammad Ataullah Faizani, was born on January 2, 1964 in Pul-e-Khumri city of Baghlan province. He received religious education from his father and uncle Maulana Gul Muhammad Kakar. He completed his secondary school education in Kabul. Mr. Mazhabi obtained his Specialisation in Economics in 1984 from the Logistics and Military Economics Faculty of the Military University in Kabul. He migrated to Pakistan in 1985 and laid the foundation of the Balagh magazine in 1993. The magazine is now published from Kabul in Pashto, Dari and English languages. During his stay in the United States, Mazhabi used to visit Afghanistan. He also launched collective welfare projects, like a health clinic in Paktia, a school and a clinic for Afghan refugees in Peshawar with the assistance from the people and some NGOs. Since the establishment of the Islamic Council of the People of Afghanistan in 1996, he remained its president until1998. The objective of this council was to highlight the role of the nation in solving problems and convey the voice of the silent majority to the United Nations, countries of the region, the European community and the United States. In 1992, he set up the Arianna Rehabilitation Association for Afghanistan (ARAFA), an NGO for the rehabilitation of schools, mosques, roads and bridges in different provinces such as Paktika, Paktia, Logar and Herat in collaboration with UNDP and UNHCR. From 1997-1998, Mr. Mazhabi undertook trips to Asian, European and other countries to muster international support for peace in the country.
     
 
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