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invasion of Afghanistan ushered in a fresh chapter in relations between Iran and Afghanistan.
Although Afghanistan is predominately Sunni Muslim (80 percent, roughly 27 million people), it does have a sizeable Shia minority, which accounts for nineteen percent of the population or roughly 6.2 million people.
These mujahideen received funding, training, supplies, weapons, and sanctuary in Iran.
In 1988, Iran strengthened and united several of these Hazara factions into the Hezb-e Wahdat-e Islami or Islamic Unity Party, and Tehran continued to support the organization during the Afghan civil war that followed the Soviet withdrawal in 1989.
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