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  • Kira Taban was a Bajoran male who lived during the 24th century. He was the husband of Kira Meru. They had two sons, Kira Pohl and Kira Reon, and a daughter, Kira Nerys. In the 2340s, he lived with his family at the Singha refugee camp. Taban was killed by the Cardassians in the 2360s. (DS9 episode: "Ties of Blood and Water")
  • Kira Taban était un citoyen Bajoran qui a vécu pendant l'Occupation de Bajor par les Cardassiens. Il fut le mari de Kira Meru et le père de Kira Nerys, de Kira Pohl et de Kira Reon. Taban n'était pas un homme très porté sur la religion, mais après son mariage avec Meru, il alla quotidiennement aux offices, car la foi était importante pour son épouse. (DS9: "Strange Bedfellows") Kira Taban était un fermier et était particulièrement fier de son jardin. Taban croyait que l'usage de chlorobicrobes dans les pulvérisation des katterpods conduirait à des récoltes plus importantes. (DS9: "Progres")
  • A kind and gentle man, Kira Taban was pround of his garden. He believed that using chlorobicrobes in spraying katterpods led to the crops growing larger. (DS9: "Progress", "Ties of Blood and Water") In 2346, while he and his family were living in the Singha refugee camp, his wife Meru was one of several Bajoran women taken to the new Cardassian station Terok Nor to serve as comfort women for the Cardassian soldiers. Taban and his children began to receive better care and food in exchange for Meru cooperating with the Cardassians, and in particular becoming Gul Dukat's mistress. Even though most Bajorans viewed comfort women as collaborators, Taban believed she was making a great sacrifice for her family and was allowed to send her personal messages every now and then. In order to protect h
  • thumb|Kira Taban (2346) Kira Taban ist der Vater von Kira Nerys und ihren zwei jüngeren Brüdern und der Ehemann von Kira Meru. (DS9: , ) Jahrelang lässt Kira Taban seine Kinder in dem Glauben, dass ihre Mutter in dem Flüchtlingslager zurückgeblieben ist und dort schließlich auch stirbt, um ihnen die Wahrheit zu verheimlichen, dass Kira Meru in Wirklichkeit die Geliebte von Gul Dukat auf Terok Nor ist. (DS9: ) Kira Taban wurde von Thomas Kopache gespielt und von Claus Jurichs () sowie von Stefan Staudinger () synchronisiert.
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  • Kira Taban in 2346
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  • thumb|Kira Taban (2346) Kira Taban ist der Vater von Kira Nerys und ihren zwei jüngeren Brüdern und der Ehemann von Kira Meru. (DS9: , ) Jahrelang lässt Kira Taban seine Kinder in dem Glauben, dass ihre Mutter in dem Flüchtlingslager zurückgeblieben ist und dort schließlich auch stirbt, um ihnen die Wahrheit zu verheimlichen, dass Kira Meru in Wirklichkeit die Geliebte von Gul Dukat auf Terok Nor ist. (DS9: ) Vor seinem Tode schreit Kira Taban nach seiner Tochter Kira Nerys, die jedoch nicht da ist, weil sie gegen Cardassianer kämpft. Das tut sie, obwohl sie weiß, dass sie bei der Schlacht nicht unbedingt gebraucht wird. Sie will nur der Tatsache entfliehen, dass ihr Vater stirbt. Später begräbt sie ihn eigenhändig vor einer Höhle auf Bajor. (DS9: ) Kira Taban wurde von Thomas Kopache gespielt und von Claus Jurichs () sowie von Stefan Staudinger () synchronisiert.
  • A kind and gentle man, Kira Taban was pround of his garden. He believed that using chlorobicrobes in spraying katterpods led to the crops growing larger. (DS9: "Progress", "Ties of Blood and Water") In 2346, while he and his family were living in the Singha refugee camp, his wife Meru was one of several Bajoran women taken to the new Cardassian station Terok Nor to serve as comfort women for the Cardassian soldiers. Taban and his children began to receive better care and food in exchange for Meru cooperating with the Cardassians, and in particular becoming Gul Dukat's mistress. Even though most Bajorans viewed comfort women as collaborators, Taban believed she was making a great sacrifice for her family and was allowed to send her personal messages every now and then. In order to protect his children of ever finding out about what her mother had to do in order to save them, he told them that she died at the camp the same year she was taken away. He often told his daughter Nerys, who was three years old when her mother was taken away, that Meru was the bravest woman he'd ever known, though Nerys did not learn her mother was a comfort woman until 2374, when Dukat contacted her. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night") Taban was killed by members of the Cardassian Heavy Weapons Unit, Third Assault Group, Ninth Order while attempting to dissuade them from torching his home and village. Gravely wounded by a disruptor shot to his abdomen, he survived long enough for the Shakaar resistance cell to find him. However, after several days of extreme pain he finally succumbed to his injuries. Although Kira Nerys was present at his bedside for most of this time, she was not present when he died, having chosen to be part of an ambush against her father's attackers at the time; a decision she later bitterly regretted. Taban died calling out her name, a fact that still haunted Nerys years later. (DS9: "Second Skin", "Ties of Blood and Water")
  • Kira Taban était un citoyen Bajoran qui a vécu pendant l'Occupation de Bajor par les Cardassiens. Il fut le mari de Kira Meru et le père de Kira Nerys, de Kira Pohl et de Kira Reon. Taban n'était pas un homme très porté sur la religion, mais après son mariage avec Meru, il alla quotidiennement aux offices, car la foi était importante pour son épouse. (DS9: "Strange Bedfellows") Kira Taban était un fermier et était particulièrement fier de son jardin. Taban croyait que l'usage de chlorobicrobes dans les pulvérisation des katterpods conduirait à des récoltes plus importantes. (DS9: "Progres") En 2346, son épouse Meru fut choisie pour devenir l'une des femmes de confort sur la nouvelle station cardassienne Terok Nor. En contrepartie, Taban et ses enfants bénéficièrent d'un meilleur traitement. Bien que la plupart de Bajorans considéraient les femmes de confort comme des collaboratrices, Taban considéra qu'elle avait fait un grand sacrifice pour sauver sa famille et raconta souvent à sa fille Nerys que Meru était la femme la plus courageuse qu'il jamais connu, celle-ci n'apprit la vérité sur sa mère qu'en 2374. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night") Taban fut tué par des officiers Cardassiens du Neuvième Ordre, troisième groupe d'assaut, alors qu'il tentait de les dissuader d'incendier sa maison et le village. Gravement blessé par un tir de disrupteur à l'abdomen, il survécut assez longtemps pour que la cellule de résistance de Shakaar le trouve. Cependant, après plusieurs jours de douleurs extrêmes, il succomba finalement à ses blessures. Alors que sa fille Nerys ait été présente à son chevet pendant la majorité de son agonie, elle ne fut pas présente lors de sa mort, celle-ci ayant choisi de faire partie d'une embuscade contre les attaquants de son père, elle regretta amèrement cette décision plus tard. Taban est mort en appelant son nom, ce qui hantera Nerys pendant des années. (DS9: "Second Skin", "Ties of Blood and Water")
  • Kira Taban was a Bajoran male who lived during the 24th century. He was the husband of Kira Meru. They had two sons, Kira Pohl and Kira Reon, and a daughter, Kira Nerys. In the 2340s, he lived with his family at the Singha refugee camp. In 2346, Meru was taken to be a 'comfort woman' for the Cardassians on Terok Nor and in return the family received more rations. However, Taban never forgot his love for Meru and praised her for her courage. He told their children that she had remained in the Singha refugee camp, later claiming that she had died there. (DS9 episode: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night") When Taban took in Tir Remara after her family's death, she noticed the extra rations, and informed the resistance who instructed her to take the excess to give to those more needy. When Taban caught her in this act, she accused him of being a traitor and ran away. Subsequently, to avoid being hounded as collaborators, the Kiras were forced to give up their extra rations. (DS9 novel: A Stitch in Time) Taban was killed by the Cardassians in the 2360s. (DS9 episode: "Ties of Blood and Water")
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