Gizab, sometimes spelled as Gezab, is a district in the Uruzgan province of
Afghanistan. It has a population of about 75,503 and includes Pashtun, Hazara
Location Maps - Gizab (Gizaw), Gizab District, Daykundi Province (Daykondi
Province), Afghanistan. Latitude & Longitude (WGS84):, 33° 23' 20'' North , 66°
Oct 27, 2014 ... Insurgents now control about 80% of Gizab district in Uruzgan province four
years after successful revolt, sources say.
Jun 15, 2016 ... The Taliban controls one of Uruzgan's five districts, and contests the ... on May 31
, the Taliban overran 11 police checkposts in Gizab district.
Earlier, the province had six districts but recently two more district are created
bring its number to eight. Dihrawood, Chora, Gizab, Charchino and Khas
2 As in other areas of Afghanistan, the assignment of certain districts to one
province or another is not always clear. Gizab District, which contains a
Jul 7, 2014 ... District Gizab in Uruzgan, Hazarajat. Relevant: USA releases Gitomo5 Taliban
that supervised Mazara Sharif massacre of Hazaras. Update: ...
Oct 31, 2011 ... Gizab is a district with a troubled history. In the run-up to the first Presidential
election Karzai carved the new largely Hazara province of ...
Jun 7, 2015 ... The governor of Uruzgan's Gizab district, Haji Abdullah Khan, said the militants
overran the security posts following two weeks of heavy clashes ...
Oct 19, 2010 ... The second is an anti-Taliban uprising in the Gizab district that perhaps signals a
newfound willingness by even Pashtun tribesmen, the Afghan ...