Zirak

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The Zirak is a tribal confederation of Durrani (Abdali) Pashtuns, [1] found in Afghanistan, and Pakistan.

Tribes

Among the tribes that form a part of the confederation are: [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 Giustozzi, Antonio (2012). Decoding the New Taliban: Insights from the Afghan Field (Reprinted ed.). Hurst Publishers. p. 197. ISBN   978-1-84904-226-0.