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Engineer (Afghan honorific)

Engineer is an honorific used in Afghanistan, which is commonly translated into English, rather than being transliterated, like "Mullah" or "Maulvi".[1]

Examples of Afghan politicians known by the honorific "Engineer"

References

  1. ^ a b  
  2. ^ Thomas H. Johnson (February 2006). "The Prospects for Post-Conflict Afghanistan: A Call of the Sirens to the Country’s Troubled Past" V (2).  
  3. ^ Christina Lamb and Michael Smith (2006-12-10). "Sacked Afghan leader blames opium mafia". London:  
  4. ^ "Program for Culture and Conflict Studies: Laghman Province". Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  5. ^ "AGREEMENT ON PROVISIONAL ARRANGEMENTS IN AFGHANISTAN PENDING THE RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF PERMANENT GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS".  
  6. ^ a b "Meshrano Jirga".  
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