Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

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  • Slayden Hayes Psychological Effects

    Slayden Hayes expresses that Islamic fundamentalists continued to oppose the government. With help from the United States, camps were set up in order to provide the proper training on how to use the mass of large weaponry they also received. They saw themselves fighting in a "Holy War" and the Arabs joined in to try to help them out and hopefully defeat the Soviet Union (33). The people who most opposed the form of government chosen by the Soviets did have some help from outside groups and countries. The problems that one small country was having, impacted the world and got many other groups and countries involved in trying to help. The Soviets didn 't see a point in maintaining control in Afghanistan, so they withdrew in 1989. The CIA also…

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  • Essay On Women In Afghanistan Society

    Oppressed, Inferior, and Unequal We all know that women’s rights are a big struggle in Afghanistan. It was worse when Afghanistan was under the Taliban rule. These women were treated unfairly, beaten for the slightest wrong move, raped, and thrown out like trash. Some women are putting up a fight and really trying to get their freedom. Unfortunately, the Afghanistan society and the way things were being ran before the Taliban fell are keeping these women from achieving the goal they want, and…

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  • Women In Afghanistan

    Once the Taliban came to rule, all social aspects of life drastically changed for the women in Afghanistan. Women had the freedom to dress and present themselves according to their liking. Women dressed themselves wearing high heels, skirts that showed their bare legs, and freely styles hair and makeup. They could leave their house to go where they wanted, like any person should be able to do. Horia Mosadiq, and Afghan women, was a young girl at the time of Russia’s invasion in Afghanistan.…

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  • Critical Analysis Of The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini

    Introduction Set mostly in Afghanistan in the regime of Taliban, the book Kite Runner written by Khaled Hosseini has won many hearts from its reader. The book that first published in 2003 really deserves a title as The National Bestseller. Bringing the theme of friendship, betrayal, guilt, redemption and the uneasy love between fathers and sons this novel had me thrilled and moved, both at the same time. Hosseini successfully portrays the feeling of the characters and also the situational at…

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  • Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule Essay

    Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule: Implications on Women’s Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy Background Throughout history the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has faced numerous invasions, a series of civil wars and enormous bloodshed. In 1978 the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan seized power in a coup against President Mohamed Daoud in what is known as the Saur Revolution . This revolution is said to be the catalyst for upheaval and armed resistance that would follow for the next 20 years.…

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  • Constitutional History Of Afghanistan Essay

    Constitutional History of Afghanistan (1923 – 2004): In today’s world every countries constitution is a result of an event, and mostly emerged from an independence, revolution, or a change in regime, Kuwait wrote its first constitution after its independence 1961, India’s constitution was created after its independence in 1947, and Thailand enacted a constitution in 1932 after toppling the absolute monarchy.In this regard Afghanistan is not an exception, looking at the history of…

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  • Mansur Sahib Speech Analysis

    I listened to the audio speech broadcasted for members of the Taliban movement by Amir Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansur Sahib. It is said that the speech was broadcasted this morning, through general radio communication frequency, to all mujahedin fighting against America and its supporters in Afghanistan. I will talk about the importance of the speech later, but first I should say that the new leader 's speech was like the deceased Mullah Sahib speech informal, simple in concept, and genuine. The…

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  • The Importance Of The Battle Of Mazari Sharif

    The Battle of Mazari Sharif, Afghanistan was the first battle and victory in the Global War of Terrorism following the attacks in the United States on September 11, 2001 (Fall_of_Mazari_Sharif, 2015). The combined forces of Northern Alliance U.S. Army Special Forces, supported by the U.S Air Force and U.S. Naval Air Forces (Gutkin, 2001) fought against the Taliban, al-Qaeda forces, led by Osama bin Laden, and Pakistani volunteers for the control of Mazari Sharif. This battle took place on…

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  • Theme Of Religion In A Thousand Splendid Suns

    The novel, “A Thousand Splendid Suns”, by Khaled Hosseini, shows the cultural aspects of religion in many different ways. The novel starts in the 1960’s, outside of Herat, in Afghanistan, where a young girl named Mariam lives. She is one of the main characters of the story along with a girl named Laila. Mariam and Laila are both a generation apart who have formed a strong bond, which brought them together by war, loss and by fate. When Mariam’s mother commits suicide, her father Jalil took her…

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  • Al-Qa Ia Structure

    Al-Qa’ida (‘the Base’) is an international terrorist organization that was founded by Osama bin Laden in August of 1988. Bin Laden, a son of a wealthy and prominent Saudi family, trained and fought with the mujahedeen in Afghanistan during the 1989 Soviet Invasion of the country. The organization continues to pose a threat to regions of North Africa and the Middle East, as well as various Western countries. This organization seeks to unite Muslims as a means of overthrowing any regimes that the…

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