What does Munadi mean

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In September 2009 Sultan Mohammad Munadi was murdered by the Taliban in Afghanistan. The former public policy student at the Willy Brandt School at the University of Erfurt accompanied the New York Times journalist Steffen Ferrel as a translator on a trip to Kunduz during the lecture-free period. They were kidnapped by the Taliban in the province. The journalist was rescued by NATO during a rescue operation and Sultan Mohammad Munadi was killed. A few years have passed since his death, but Kanishka Mirwais, a public policy student, would like to preserve his memory and support the family of Sultan Mohammad Munadi. "After his death, some donations were raised for the family, but they have since been forgotten," says Kanishka. "This small initiative is intended to give the two children of Sultan hope that they may one day be able to complete their father's dream of studying public policy." As part of his project, Kanishka wants to find the family of Sultan Mohammad Munadi, who presumably live near Kabul, with the help of his large Facebook network. He would like to pay the children's school fees and enable them to take a German course. In addition, the public should be made aware of the topic in order to generate even more donations and to be able to support the family more strongly. "The children should go to school and look to the future with hope," explains Kanishka. "And they should realize that we have not forgotten their father's courage and that we will take care of them."