Demography of Afghanistan

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  • I Am Malala

    As Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”In other Words People Can use Education to win in life to help yourself and Others Succeed.Malala Yousafzai was one of the people who used education to change the world for the women who weren’t allowed to have education based on the Taliban’s opinion. Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb wrote the book, “I Am Malala” to let the world know how Malala’s actions changed the world in…

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  • Narrative Essay On Kite Runner

    white room. The television’s signal was intermittently dropping out. The heart monitor attached to me kept perfect time. “How could they let that happen to him?” I asked, “Why would they let him die?” Rajeed, my friend from my home country of Afghanistan, was dead because of two stupid guards…

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  • Being A Teen Activist

    What is a teen activist? Well a teen activist is someone who sees the need for change and they try to take care of the problem that is going on. Anyone can be a teen activist , but you need to have determination. If something goes wrong in the beginning you just need to keep on trying pushing harder through the tough times. Malala yousafzai, Alex Lin, and Craig kielburger are all teen activists that have changed the world. To begin with, According to Malala stands up for girls…

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  • Themes In Under The Persimmon Tree By Suzanne Staples

    but garbage. This is what it was like to live in Pakistan and Afghanistan when the Taliban came to power. In reality, they were very controlling and cruel and this was portrayed very accurately in the novel Under the Persimmon Tree, by Suzanne Fisher Staples. Najmah and her family, as well as Nusrat, are treated unfairly and are largely affected by the Taliban in the story. People in the real world who lived in Pakistan and Afghanistan during the Taliban’s reign were also treated like Najmah and…

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  • The Han Kitabulary: The Decline Of Persian Dynasty

    Persian flourished as a language of prestige and elitism throughout Europe and Asia for centuries, but its importance began to diminish around the eighteenth century. In 1722, the fall of the Safavid Empire occurred and under the rule of Sultan Husayn, the Persian state suffered long term economic deterioration. It wasn’t until Nadir Shah of the Afsharid dynasty took power that political unity was restored, and for the first last time Persia’s borders were extended. However soon after this…

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  • What Is Betrayal?

    Taliban failed to hold accountable power over the people of Afghanistan. This let the Afghanis down by the people not being able to have any power over their country anymore and to leave the country unstable. The instability was not short lived, this concern is still going on today in Afghanistan. Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, used to be a beautiful home to Amir as he was growing up. Kabul was not the only stunning city in Afghanistan, but there were many…

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  • Oppressed Women Research Paper

    Afghanistan: The Face of Women’s Oppression Fighting for women’s rights is important because women deserve same right to chose education, healthcare, and their course of life. Living in a society where women must go out with a male escort, is discriminatory. Women must get power and sustainability as men. This is my motivation for this topic. For example, BBC reported that a mob of men in Afghanistan murdered Farkhunda. However, it wasn 't the solution to kill her; it was not justice for her.…

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  • The Kite Runner Historical Analysis

    The Kite Runner is an honest, and touching novel written by Khaled Hosseini that takes place primarily in Kabul, Afghanistan. It is a story of two childhood friends; Amir and Hassan who are separated by the Soviet Invasion of 1979. During the invasion, Amir escapes to California where he becomes a successful writer. Fifteen years after his marriage, he receives a call to return to Kabul where he sets out on the quest to rescue Hassan’s son, Sohrab. Throughout the novel, real life events are…

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  • Malala Yousafzai Essay Papers

    dangerous. The source of their fear came from the Taliban, an Islamic fundamentalist political movement which enforced harsh rules in Afghanistan. Malala had loved school, and decided that she needed to fight for girl’s rights. After the attack, Malala and her father went around the world, giving speeches in order to show people how bad the conditions were in Afghanistan. But before she got shot, Malala Yousafzai was only a regular 15 year old girl. Malala Yousafzai was born on July 12, 1997…

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  • Malala Yousafzai: Civil Disobedience

    The term civil disobedience means “refusal to obey civil laws in an effort to induce change in governmental policy or legislation, characterized by nonviolent means.”( The Free Dictionary) Theories on this term have been around for a long time. For instance, people like Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. took up and preached their own theories on civil disobedience. While Martin Luther King Jr. and Gandhi's theories are still relevant, they are fifty plus years old and seem to lose the…

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