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    Taliban Research Paper

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    because many of the members were students from the religious seminaries. The Soviet Union was the cause of the Taliban. The S.U was attacking many counties and they started the attack Afghanistan to get help with wars and to have a place to stay. A group of men did not like what they were doing so they wanted to gather more people and attack. After they got enough people they started to attack and chase them out (Mehra, 2014). The Taliban is a group of Muslim militants that live near the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Mullah Mohammed Omar is one of the people, who created the Taliban in 1994 (Pointon, 2007). There is not much known about Omar, except that he is not seen in public very often. Omar is not from Afghanistan he is from Kandahar. He came from a family that has no political beliefs. Omar got his beliefs from experience. The U.S. have only one picture that is guaranteed to be Omar (Jones, 2013). After the fight the Taliban took power and promised their supporters peace and to inforce the Islamic laws (Pointon, 2007).…

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    you take one in my country. The dark roads, dirt on the roads, light spark far from a village and the passenger conversation are those memories which I have them from the journey from town to town back in my country. I raised up in the town called Kabul shah in the province of Kandahar in Afghanistan. The Kandahar province is one of the most famous provinces out of 36 in Afghanistan. One of the reasons for being such an important place is because most of the kings or presidents were from this…

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    The State Centric Approach

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    In the international system, states seek security. Traditionally, this security was that of the state and the absence of threats to its existence. In the last twenty years, there has been a broadening of this concept with the introduction of “human security”, described as a “freedom from fear and want”. In the advent of increasing intrastate conflicts, the international community has faced a compulsion to aid the enhancement of human security when the state itself is unable to do so. This…

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    Section 1. A thousand splendid suns is set in Afghanistan from the early 1960s to the early 2000s. The novel introduces Mariam, a young girl in the 1960s, grows up outside Herat, a small city in Afghanistan. Mariam has mixed feelings about her parents: She lives with her spiteful and stubborn mother, Nana; while her father Jalil, a successful and well-known businessman, visits Mariam — his only illegitimate child — once a week. Mariam resents her limited place in Jalil's life; she wants to live…

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    Sidiqis’ successes and growth mindset. Lives in city of Kabul had changed overnight when the Taliban seized control from 1996-2001. Afghani women faced the harshest policies under Taliban rule. Not only they banned from school, work but they also need to be fully covered and not allowed to be on the street without a male escort. Under the Taliban’s rule, many women became sole breadwinner for their family when the male members forced to flee the city. Despite the difficulties, women learned to…

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    Terrorism is a real time problem faced by lots of people everyday. It also affected Najmah in Under the Persimmon tree by, Suzanne Fisher Staples. Najmah is affected by the taliban because the taliban killed most of her family and took her brother to fight in the war. This is important because all around the world people are being treated poorly by the Taliban. These people are forced to give up in what they believe in and replace that with there own strict laws. My piece is about the harsh…

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    Amir spent his whole childhood in Afghanistan with his wealthy father and best friend Hassan, son of their servant, who Amir witnessed being raped in an ally, and did nothing about. Soon after, they were forced to leave Afghanistan because it was becoming war torn. Amir continued to live his life in America, where he married the love of his life and his father died. Later in his life, Amir went to Afghanistan and retrieved Hassan’s son, who was his nephew, out of trouble with the Taliban. The…

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    The Shinwari Tribe

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    tribe represented about 400,000 people in eastern Afghanistan. The Shinwari tribe also pledged to send at least one military-age male in each family to the Afghan Army or the police in the event of a Taliban attack. The American commanders agreed to channel one million dollars in development projects directly to the tribal leaders and bypass the local Afghan government, believe to be corrupt. “The Taliban have been trying to destroy our tribe, and they are taking money from us, and they are…

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    Women In Afghanistan

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    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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    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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