Afghan Taliban commander (1966–2007)
Maulavi or Mullah Dadullah or Dadullah Akhund (Pashto: ملا دادالله آخوند) (1966 – May 13, 2007) was the Taliban's senior military commander until he was killed by British and American special forces in Afghanistan in 2007.
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- Our war is not against everybody who is American or British, but against whoever stops us from fighting America and Britain, whether it is Pakistan or even our own people.
- There Will Be No Reconciliation with America before Withdrawal, Apology, and Compensation, exclusive interview, March 2007.
- And we will turn our motherland into the graveyard of the U.S forces and their families should wait for their dead bodies. The Taliban's war is only for the freedom of Afghanistan from the enemies of Muslims.
- Praise be to Allah. We are successful every time. Martyrdom, victory, fighting with the infidel is always a success.