Muhammed Nadir Khan
|Muhammed Nadir Khan|
|Prince of Afghanistan|
|Born||21 May 1941|
Kabul, Kingdom of Afghanistan
Lailuma Begum (m. 1964)
|Issue||Prince Mustapha Zahir Khan|
Prince Muhammad Daud Jan
|Father||Mohammed Zahir Shah|
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Muhammad Nadir Khan married Princess Lailuma Begum, the daughter of Muhammad Haidar Husaini and his wife, Habiba Begum, at Kabul in 1964, and together they have two sons:
- Prince Mustapha Zahir Khan, born at the Arg-i-Shahi, Kabul, 2 May 1964, and educated at Rome, Vienna, London and Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.
- He is the Co-Founder of the Afghan Medical Relief Organization (AMRO), and was a Diplomatic Assist to King Mohammed Zahir Shah 1991-2002. He was Afghan Ambassador to Italy from 2002 to 2005, and has been Dir-Gen of the National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) since 2005 and a member of the International Committee of the Afghan World Foundation.
- Prince Muhammad Daud Jan was born at the Arg-i-Shahi, Kabul on 16 January 1966 and is a photographer in London.
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