|انجنير محمد عمر|
Mohammad Omar on 5 October 2010
|Governor of Kunduz, Afghanistan|
|Preceded by||Abdul Latif Ibrahimi|
|Succeeded by||Muhammad Anwar Jigdaleg|
|Governor of Baghlan|
|Preceded by||Norullah Noori|
|Born||Baharak, Badakhshan, Afghanistan|
|Died|| October 8, 2010|
Taloqan, Takhar province, Afghanistan
Mohammad Omar (Pashto : انجنير محمد عمر) (died October 8, 2010) was the Governor of Kunduz Province, Afghanistan. He was an ethnic Andar Pashtun from Baharak District of Afghanistan.
Omar completed two years of a four-year engineering program at Polytechnical University of Kabul.
Mohammad Omar served as the mayor of Taloqan from 1991 to 1992. During the civil war, he was a member of Islamic Dawah Organisation of Afghanistan.Soon after the fall of Taliban government, Omar was appointed as the governor of Baghlan Province where he served from 2001 to 2003.
He then served as Governor of Kunduz Province from 2004 until he was assassinated on 8 October 2010 when a bomb exploded at the Shirkat mosque in Taloqan, in neighboring Takhar province. 19 people were killed from the bomb, also 35 were injured.
Omar was formerly affiliated with Abdul Rasul Sayyaf's Islamic Dawah Organisation of Afghanistan, until the time of his death.He was said to be a man with good manners.
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Abdul Latif Ibrahimi
| Governor of Kunduz, Afghanistan |
| Succeeded by|
Muhammad Anwar Jigdaleg
| Governor of Baghlan |
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