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Hajji Muhammad Arif Zarif

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Name  Hajji Arif
Role  Politician

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Assassinated  November 6, 2007, Baghlan

Hajji Muhammad Arif Zarif (1942 in Shewaki, Kabul Province, Afghanistan; † November 6, 2007) was a prominent Afghan politician and businessman. He graduated from Afghanistan's military academy. He was the chairman of the Afghanistan Chamber Reform Commission and a member of the Afghan National Parliament, as well as Chairman of the Parliamentary Economics Committee and owner of several private companies. He was a wealthy businessman that owned many properties and enterprises. Arif Zarif was amongst a delegation of politicians and lawmakers killed in the 2007 Baghlan sugar factory bombing, a suicide attack in Baghlan, northern Afghanistan, on November 6, 2007. He was buried in a state ceremony in Kabul three days later.

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