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) which covers them from head to toe
This rule regarding the women in Afghanistan having them to be completly covered from head to toe was pretty serious. For starters, there is a small net in front of their eyes so they can see out of the burqa. If a woman does not wear a burqa, someone might throw acid in her face, or she might be whipped by the Taliban. Everywhere a women went in this movie and even in real life in Afghanistan clearly they had to be covered. A scence in this movie when Osama and her mother are riding on a bike with this man; mother on back and daughter on the front handles and this man being as kind as he was riding them even went along playing has her husband. While riding a man stops them and assures him that his 'wifes' ankles are showing and in our words saying, what are you a fool to have your wifes ankles shown to have other men to be arroused by that bit of skin showing!?
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The war in Afghanistan is the most important front on our war against terrorism. We are facing increasing difficulty dealing with an enemy that is very complex, namely the Taliban and al-Qaeda. However, even though these two groups are often in cahoots the Taliban is not a terrorist organization in the sense that al-Qaeda is. The Taliban is a new complex enemy that employs terrorist-like tactics but its strategy is that of an insurgency. To win this war, America must employ counter-insurgency versus counter-terrorism tactics.
The Taliban, unlike al-Qaeda, was once the government of a state. Some argue that it was a “failed state” and thus not a legitimate government, but there
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AFGHANISTAN-TALIBAN AND THEIR DOWNFALL
5. Geo-Strategic Importance of Afghanistan. Afghanistan is Central Asia’s land locked country, spread over an area of 253, 861 miles. Bordered on the North by the Republics of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, North-East by the Chinese province of Sinkiang, on the South-East by Pakistan, and on the West by Iran. Afghanistan’s geopolitical importance has been that of a buffer state first between the Tsarist Russian and the British Indian Empires and later between the Soviet Union and the American allies. In addition to it’s close proximity to the oil rich Persian Gulf and the erstwhile Soviet Union’ soft under belly added to its geopolitical
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20th Century World History
November 19, 2014
In 2004 the Taliban should up in Pakistan, but there was coexistence between them and the citizens. it was not until 2007 the Taliban shoed their true colors. They Taliban began to shoot up schools. Many people where killed during this act of terrorism. During January of 2009 the Taliban had been slaughtering one to two people every night. It was this time Malala Yousafzai, along with many other woman and children saw clearly of the actions that the Taliban made. The time of extreme darkness and cruelty is was shed light into the mind of Malala Yousafzai.
In 2012, Malala was out on a walk with her father when
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1. The technological evolution of air warfare made known a new way for major military operations. Operation Enduring Freedom quickly showed successes with the help of air power. Within weeks, the Taliban had been defeated. The capability was so effective because UAVs could remain on station for a long time, making able instantaneous attack by finding a target, matching it with a weapon, releasing the weapon, and observing the resultant effects. UAVs were a major part for success. In addition, a new concept of offensive air employment against enemy ground forces was successfully tested. This was something fundamentally new by way of air power application
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, or at least it should.
November 26, 2010, 3:15 pm
The Man Who Would Be Taliban
By TOBIN HARSHAW
[pic]The Thread is an in-depth look at how major news and controversies are being debated across the online spectrum.
Afghanistan, Al Qaeda, david petraeus, Taliban, Terrorism
Turnabout is fair play. That’s as true in Afghanistan, where “fair play” is a rather flexible concept, as it is anywhere. “In any place where they fight, a man who knows how to drill men can always be a king” insisted Dravot, one of the two Europeans in Kipling’s “Man Who Would Be King” who manage to hoodwink an Afghan tribe into believing in their royal status, at least for a while. Indeed
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To persevere is to maintain a purpose in spite of difficulty, obstacles, or discouragement and continue consistently. Hosseini demonstrates through the perseverance of Mariam and Laila, how the inner strength of Afghan women allows them to endure difficult situations including forced marriages, lack of educational opportunities and and Taliban restrictions. A Thousand Splendid Suns, written by Khaled Hosseini is a story of two young afghan women, Laila and Mariam, who face and overcome many tragedies and live in a country ruined by political oppression and war. Both Mariam and Laila have endured so much heartache partially because they are women, but yet have managed to have pulled together
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English 2 Honors
A Change In The Future
The theme or message is the central idea or ideas explored by the literary works. In other words, it’s the message the author wants you to realize from the story. There are multiple themes in A Thousand Splendid Suns and The Kite Runner, both written by Khaled Hosseini. Putting together these stories, I thought finding hope, and fighting for what you believe in as the themes.
Hope is the feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. Hope in A Thousand Splendid Suns is happening to very few people, considering the Taliban, the war, and the bombing of family and friends
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. In that society, the sexual abuse of common children is common and children don't have the luxury of playing and enjoying themselves in public out of fear of assault and violence. After Hassan was abused, he would never lift his head, feeling ashamed of what had happened to him.
In the late twentieth century, the Taliban, an Islamic military army, took control of Kabul. Under their control, they killed and tortured many Hazara’s. They would go door to door taking every Hazara out of their house and into the streets. There, they would shoot them all in front of people killing them as if it was just a game and every victim as a point. A victim of one of these disgusting massacres was Hassan
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didn’t let the power corrupt them. People had the right to do as they wanted and actually had a choice whether practice Islam of not. He mentions the kites which are a tradition in Afghanistan to have kite battles during the winter, a tradition which was later shut down by the Taliban as they took over. All of these are now a rare sight in Afghanistan today, due to the Taliban. The writer hence does an amazing job as portraying Kabul, the capital of the country, as a very beautiful, rich and free place to live in before the Russian invasion.
The Russian invasion changed everything for Afghanistan; people were too scared to roam in the streets without fear of getting shot. “None of us had
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Afghanistan after 2014
VIEWED through today’s political telescope, Afghanistan’s future appears as turbulent as it’s past, and ominous for Pakistan.
Hope for peace in Afghanistan was aroused when President Barack Obama declared that US (and Nato) troops would be fully withdrawn from Afghanistan by 2014 and responsibility for security and governance transferred to the Afghan National Army and the Kabul government. Apart from being responsive to domestic American sentiment, withdrawal is sensible, since the principal US aim of destroying Al Qaeda ‘Central’ in Afghanistan has been largely achieved and the Taliban-Pakhtun insurgency is unlikely to be suppressed militarily
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Pakistan and TTP: Dialogue or Military Action?
Assistant Professor, Defence and Strategic Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University |
The verdict is out: instead of supporting decisive military action to break the back of insurgents, the government chose to dialogue, with umpteenth committees to name, shame, blame and footdrag. Interestingly, where the dialogue option has halted government military action as a confidence-building and reconciliatory measure, not only are the Taliban carrying out their signature strikes (such as the latest at a cinema house in Peshawar and a direct attack against security forces) but are already picking on soft targets such as the peaceful Ismailia
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Afghanistan: A Tale of Soldiers and a School
Thursday, 15 April, 2010
By Joe Klein
The Pir Mohammed School was built by Canadians in 2005, in Senjaray, a town just outside the city of Kandahar in southern Afghanistan. It is said that 3,000 students attended, including some girls — although that seems a bit of a stretch, given the size and rudimentary nature of the campus. There are two buildings, a row and a horseshoe of classrooms, separated by a playground in a walled compound. No doubt, the exaggerations about the school's size reflect a deeper truth: most everyone in Senjaray loved the idea that their children were learning to read and write — except the local Taliban. They closed
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understand in this article is the isolation of the Afghan people from their government. The most important ideas to know to understand this is the remote settings of the afghan geography and the corruption in the government. Due to the large amount of the population of afghanistan spread out in remote villages, the expense to build and show a government presence in these remote areas and the corruption of government officials there is little to no government outside of the larger cities.6. a.The main assumption underlying the author's thinking is that the Afghan people are capable of developing, building and maintaining a legitimate government. B. The Taliban will let the growth of the afghan
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the previous administrations efforts to fight Taliban extremists in Afghanistan. This however, is not in the interest of the United States, because of the fact that Pakistan, which borders Afghanistan, is a member of the nuclear-armed nations, and has an unstable regime in power today. Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan allows for Taliban extremists in Afghanistan to enter Pakistan’s northern regions on a regular basis, with the social and political influence that these Islamic fundamentalists bring. An Afghan nation that is over run with Taliban extremists will quite possibly spill this influence over the border into Pakistan, with the corresponding effect of putting Pakistan’s nuclear arms
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& heavy weapons, logistics and modern communication tools for the resistance, nearly all of it channelled through Pakistan and among them was Osama bin Laden, who came to Pakistan in the early 1980s and built training camps for these foreign and local recruits inside Afghanistan. These Mujahideen united under a new name “Taliban” in 1994, got control of country and renamed Afghanistan as Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
The word terrorism got much popularity among the security expert in the post 9/11 paradigm and open new dimensions for debate. The global 'war on terror', launched after the terrible event of September 11 attack on the World Trade Centre that killed some 3000 innocent peoples, has
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Mrs. Bowmer 7th
The Fight in Afghanistan, the Fight for Humanity
9-11 was one of the worst terrorist attacks in U.S. history, but it was much more than that. It was because of this act of aggression against America that instigated the war in Afghanistan. It was because of this that the Taliban no longer govern the country. It was because of this that we’re still their today fighting against those who want us dead. 9-11 was only the beginning. Those terrorists are still their today and they still strike at us, it is for this reason that we should stay there. Even though some people believe it is a waste of money and lives, we should stay in Afghanistan until
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, since Pakistan has served as a safe-haven to Afghan militants and al-Qa'ida activists. There has thus been a greater international commitment to the area with more troops sent to Afghanistan and improved cross-border cooperation, as seen with Operation Panchai Palang (Panther's Claw) in Helmand Province. The operation saw U.S., British, and Afghan forces taking action against the Taliban while the Pakistani military sought to prevent insurgents from escaping across the border.
The focus of this article is the political challenge faced by the United States in respect to Pakistan. The author argues that the American approach to Pakistan is fundamentally erroneous, as lack of political
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country out of 165 countries investigated. There are many factors that cause difficulties for women in Afghanistan, some being, child marriage, lack of education, few job opportunities and groups such as the Taliban. Many women struggle to be heard and have to follow what the families want them to do. In the UK women are much more included in society and there are laws that stop the exploitation of women.
Education for women has always been a problem worldwide, however as society has developed, girls and women are much more entitled to an education. In the UK the literacy rate of women is 99% with all young girls being expected to attend a free full time education up to the age of 16. However
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“The Afghan Imperative” isn’t about stopping the Taliban in one country because if they fight in Pakistan they will just run to Afghanistan or vice versa. Afghanistan and Pakistan are very close countries that have the same religion and the same kind of people: “Afghanistan is central to this effort partly because it could again become a safe haven to terrorists, but mostly because of its effects on the stability of Pakistan.” This just means that the countries rely on one another. If both countries rely on each other than the U.S. should attack from both countries moving toward the border killing two birds with one stone. Another reason the U.S. should force al-Qaeda through Pakistan and
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best interest to have them as partners in destroying
Taliban and Al Qaeda. Nobody wants peaceful solutions to be explored more than a soldier
however Canada will take necessary action to help rebuild Afghanistan into a new democratic
country. Groups like Taliban and Al Qaeda want to rule with iron fists and impose their views on
the total masses, these views are total opposite of what Canada stands for. Freedom of choice,
basic human rights and equality of all human rights have bin the corner stone of Canadian
philosophy. Canada's mission in Afghanistan is to provide security, rebuild governance and
help provide a more stable economic and social development
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foreign policy are very much interrelated. Pakistan directly or indirectly has always been a party in Afghan situation. In the first Afghan war of 1979 when Soviet invaded Afghanistan, Pakistan was US ally in war against Soviet. This was the time when Taliban were created with the joint collaboration of CIA and ISI. Taliban were not then called 'Terrorists' instead they were termed as 'Mujahideen' by CNN and BBC. Pakistan provided great support to the Taliban fighters and at last the Taliban were victorious. Soviet had to leave Afghanistan and consequently its economy fell down. Many of its Muslim states demanded liberation, rebellion broke out and Soviet Union broke into pieces. Now, Russia, the
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us a little boy, Hassan, he was Amir’s same age, lived in Amir’s house, they been together their whole entire childhood, but a person, they lived in two different realities. Hassan was Amir’s servant. Not by chose, but that was the way it had to happen, because he was a Hazara, and they lived to serve Shi’a’s, their lives worth nothing, they had no right, not knowledge, because they were not permitted at schools either; they lived their entire life serving others in order to clean their souls and be forgiven by God; “We all celebrated in 1996 when the Taliban rolled in and put an end to the daily fighting. I remember coming home that night and finding Hassan in the kitchen, listening to the
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Americans to the Islamic countries; large number of Muslims also came to America, for the first time. At first as students, then as teachers of businessmen or visitors, and eventually as full fledged immigrants.All was well really until America helped form Israel and supported/ funded its development, which still continues to this day. The creation of the state brought many strong anti-American feelings into the area and even created radical groups some, which have attained power now. However even with this, the cold war, the American creation of the Taliban to fight off the Soviet invades of the Middle-East, etc., It never seemed to really affect immigration and most importantly trade
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borders.Afghanistan declared its independence from the UK August 19, 1919. It was a monarchy from 1747 to 1973, when military officers overthrew the king and the country was proclaimed a republic. In 1978 it was under communist rule with the Russians invading. The Russians withdrew in 1989. Civil war broke out in 1992 and the Taliban took over in 1996. They have not had an election since 1992 when a grand council elected Burhanuddin Rabbani president. It is a member of the UN.The Taliban is an extremist group with very strict Islamic laws. They use stonings, amputation of hands, and beheadings as punishments for certain offenses, like a woman being in public without being covered head to
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This is in responce to a prompt for yr 12 english (encountering conflict). It's an imaginative piece that explores the consequences of the Taliban through a metaphor. It's inspired by the section of the Rugmaker where Najaf, alongside many other asylum seekers, are on a boat that is almost crushed by the waves. I also have a statement of intention or written explanation that is unfinished.
he prompt:" Conflict is an inevitable part of life, we find ways of dealing with it"
I’m stuck in this world without a path. I walk in a jungle of mysteries, seeking to solve them. Nothing comes my way and frustration sinks into my soul. I tread carefully and hold onto hope as it guides
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by a knife. Hassan takes her to the nurse Sanaubar delivers Hassan's child. Farzana, and Hassan name the child after Sohrab,
Sanaubar dies in her sleep.
The chapter ends ominously: the Taliban has banned kite fighting.
Rahim Khan gives Amir an envelope. Inside are letters from Hassan and pictures of Hassan and Sohrab.
Letter 1: Hassan hopes his letter will someday reach Amir in America and that Amir will write back. Hassan still thinks about Amir and tells Farzana and Sohrab all about Amir.
Letter 2: Kabul has changed. The Taliban have imposed strict rule: even Farzana is punished in the market for speaking too loudly.
Letter 3: Rahim Khan is very sick and will
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Afghanistan and the broader effort to combat terrorism, with Congress, the military and the Obama administration weighing the goals, strategies, costs and underlying authority for a conflict that is now almost a decade old. There is little dispute in the White House and among lawmakers that this year has brought ‘substantial military gains’ against the Taliban.
But assessments of the other elements of the strategy — such as improving the Afghan economy and the government in ways that can sustain hard-won security — are less positive. There are serious doubts on the feasibility of plans to recruit and train as many as 400,000 Afghan security forces to take over once foreign troops depart
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for the high child mortality rates in such countries have been highlighted out. These reasons include lack of health facilities, water pollution and malnutrition.The lack of health facilities due to poor economy, lack of resources or gender discrimination results in child mortality.In the countries where child mortality is high, the high fertility rate resulting in big family sizes thus developing the need to split an already small income from an already poor economy with a large family. In Taliban, the average family size is 5 children per household, with the per capita income in 2011 being less than $200. With barely enough money to make ends meet, households cannot afford to take care of so
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Life is full of a lot of adversities and one must learn to cope with them. A popular film director Walt Disney once said, “All the adversities I've had in my life, all my troubles and obstacles have strengthened me... You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you”. Adversity is synonymous to misfortune or difficulty. The theme of adversity is dominant in the novel A thousand splendid suns by Khaled Hosseini. Women are mostly the victims of adversity in the novel; they experience this from their relatives, husbands and the Taliban rulers. Mariam
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birth of the state. Pakistan today is second only to Saudi Arabia as a source of Islamic militancy. Islam provides an identity above ethnicity, tribe, or clan. Thousands of mullahs preach incendiary sermons in order to mobilize the mob against unbelievers. In the supposed cause of Islam, successive rulers have sponsored and exploited a variety of militant groups, notably the Taliban in Afghanistan, and Jaish-e-Muhammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba to terrorize Kashmir. The military and its most powerful agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence force, the ISI, exploited Islamic extremism by means of a doctrine of "strategic depth" whose purpose was to spread Pakistani influence in Kashmir and throughout
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western world) , that very freedom which is supposedly being defended is threatened and those refugees, who are the products of this military action and its consequences, are marginalized.On September 11, not only did thousands of people suffer an agonizing death, but even western civilization suffered a defeat. Those murdered in the attack will not be restored to life through the war against the Taliban. With every day of war the risk of a still greater moral and political disaster increases. It is still possible to learn from the failures experienced up to now. There is still a chance to return to negotiations and to reach a political solution which attempts to reestablish a legal order and to provide for justice and social equality in Afghanistan and in the world.
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Soviet soldiers. On the other hand, in 1980’s United States and other nations started assisting the Mujahedeen, and as a result the Soviet troops departed in 1989. Three years later Mujahedeen declared Afghanistan was a free country. In spite of the invasion and destruction of the Soviet, years later the Taliban started to gain some recognition from the Afghan people. In 1996 when Taliban militia had become in power and took over the capital city of Kabul and started an Islamic law state, it prevented women from getting jobs and denied them an education. In addition, Islamic punishment was introduced which involved the removal of limbs of thieves and stoning by death. Furthermore the Taliban
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A weak judicial system and judiciary are also responsible for these unwanted tendencies. The judiciary is digital registration of the national data base is a major security. (NADRA) has been established, it is still found wanting. Incomplete facility is a contributory factor in harboring terrorists/miscreants responsible for the rise of militancy.
HOW DID TALIBAN RE-EMERGED ?
Many Taliban escaped the hund at the time and went underground mixing up in the local Pashtuns. They later re-emerged in the past two years and have inflicted heavy losses on coalition forces as well as Pakistani forces. The focus of the US forces after the fall of the Taliban government remained on Al-Qaeda
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terrorism is merely an American struggle.
Resolutions 1368 and 1373 build on two years of United Nations resolutions against terrorism. In 1999 the Security Council called upon all states to fight terrorism and demanded that the Taliban turn over Bin Laden to authorities in a country where he had been indicted. In December 2000 it specifically condemned the Taliban's sheltering and training of terrorists, and demanded, under the mandatory provisions of Chapter VII, that it "cease the provision of sanctuary and training for international terrorists." These resolutions, defied by the Taliban, established a record that justified focusing responses to the September 11 attack on that regime
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his ideas and beliefs but also the people in which he governs. With terrorist attacks against the United States he has been put in a position to chose between taking a stand or just not doing anything. In The Prince there is a statement, which says, ?It is much safer to be feared than loved.? George Bush reacted to what happened against our country and punished the Taliban for all the wrong they had done to our country. (Even though this might have been the only thing that you think could have been done.) Our leader also has to think about what controversy he might get because the Taliban is of the Muslim faith. With this he did what needed to be done and he waged war not against
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hyperbole of Hassan being willing to do anything for ‘a thousand times’ exaggerates that Hassan will do absolutely anything for Amir and is perfect, this could also support that the form of the novel is about friendships, as the hyperbole seems very childlike and reflects that Hassan is extremely naïve and innocent and needs protection like Afghanistan which needs soldiers to defend the country from the Taliban ruling.
Hassan’s beauty of not judging Amir and not seeing class divisions in society could be symbolic of Afghanistan and the perfect country that it maybe was and could be if the invading forces hadn’t have raped and violated the country.
Furthermore, Hosseini presents the pure
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Recently, several issues concerning the practices of Gumdrop Northern has risen, especially concerning the company’s ethical practices. The company has been charged with several breaches of ethical practice both in business and in humanitarian affairs. It is important to find resolutions to these missteps in order to avoid future legal problems and to improve stakeholders’ interest in the business.
This paragraph helps the student give an overview of Gumdrop’s grievous ethical blunders. It was revealed recently that Gumdrop Northern has been selling landmines to insurgents working against American interests in the Middle East. The most notable of these customers is the Taliban working in
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related to racist. This should be stopped since the world needs all kinds of people.Racial hatred is caused by the actions that a nation did to another nation. For example, The Afghanistani terrorists destroyed twin towers and killed thousands of innocent people. As a consequence, the Americans bombed Afghanistan and overthrew Taliban. If the hatred between two nations is not stopped, there will be more innocent people to die. Another example is the hatred between Palestinian and Israeli. Since the Israel occupied part of Palestinian's land from the war, Palestinian people are so angry that they make themselves as suicide bomber and killed innocent Israeli people almost every month. Now, both
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split east to west by the Hindu Kush mountain ranges, rising in the east to heights of 24,000 ft (7,315 m). With the exception of the southwest, most of the country is covered by high snow-capped mountains and is traversed by deep valleys. (US Department of State, 2010)
Afghanistan's economy is recovering from decades of conflicts. The economy has improved significantly since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001. This is largely because of the infusion of international assistance, the recovery of the agricultural sector in some minor way, and service sector growth. Real GDP growth exceeded 8% in 2006 which basically depended
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returned to the White House around 7 p.m. At 9 p.m. he addressed the United States from the Oval Office, affirming, “Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve." In a reference to the eventual U.S. military response he declared, "We will make no distinction between the terrorists who committed these acts and those who harbor them." (9/11 Attacks, 2012) As a result of the attacks, America led an international operation to expel the Taliban command in Afghanistan and to destroy al Qaeda’s terrorist cells based there. Operation Enduring
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war, Taliban members illegally trading timber in Pakistan destroyed much of the forest cover. US bombings and refugees in need of firewood destroyed much of what remained. Less than 2% of the country still contains a forest cover today.
Glenna, Dao, and S.M Enzler state some fierce facts on how there are consequences of war. There is no denying that there are consequences of war after reading each of their arguments and creating my own argument.
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right after we were attacked. I felt like I was standing at the Gates of Hell. I hope no American ever has to witness a sight like that again.
One may ask, Who is this Bin Laden character? Osama bin Laden has been known as a terrorist for years. Allied, financed, and protected by the Al-Queda and the Taliban, Bin Laden has created mini-Osamas. These mini-Osamas are the men who go out and perform the terrorist plans that Bin Laden makes.
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) continuing security problems,
particularly outside of Kabul; and b) a fear that the international community will lose interest in Afghanistan
before the country’s reconstruction achieves sustainable forward momentum.
1) The task of building a stable Afghanistan is a massive challenge. Success is vital for both the welfare
of the Afghan people and the security of the region.
2) While significant progress has been made on numerous fronts since the collapse of the Taliban,
success is not yet inevitable. In particular, continuing insecurity, especially outside of Kabul,
constitutes a threat to both economic reconstruction and the holding of free and fair elections.
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straight into this Jeep.
Uncle Amir has been telling me stories of what he and my father used to get up to as children themselves. I did laugh, although only in my head. I just can’t show any emotion right now or I will just break down and cry. I overwhelmed at what has happened in the last hour and a half. I don’t know if I would cry in happiness or if I would cry from all the abuse I have taken which feel like its bursting from my stomach, this is why; I’m lucky to have you diary, to show my deepest inner emotions.
I can’t believe that this time tomorrow I will be in America, I have heard a lot of the place, of how there’s no wars, no Taliban roaming the streets with guns, and no brute
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had to repay his guiltiness, so he saved Sohrab from the Taliban and began to start a new life without feeling guilty like he did in the past.
Since this novel had so many examples of symbolism, it was able to have more meaning. Without the kite meaning so much to Amir, the story wouldn’t have much meaning and the novel would have been very different. Other symbols, like Hitler made it capable to distinctly see the differences between certain characters, like Amir and Assef. Generally symbolism is added to a novel to give it more meaning, and Khaled Hosseini made The Kite Runner by doing so.
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1990s the Security Council has been dealing with the issue of terrorism. It imposed sanctions on states who were considered to have links with the terrorist acts; Libya (1992), Sudan (1996) and Taliban (1999)(Frederik 2oo7:155) .It has adopted different Resolutions like Resolution 1269(1999) asked the countries to work together to prevent and suppress the terrorist acts. Resolution 1267(1999) concerns sanctions for Al-Qaeda and Taliban. The member states are obliged to freeze bank accounts, prevent border crossing and provision of materials, technical and training support, arms etc. for people and institutions connected with Al-Qaeda and Taliban. Committee 1267 appointed in 1999 regularly draws
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order to gain respect from his authoritative father.
Amir, at the age of 18, moves away with his father to Freemont, California in order to escape the Taliban. Amir sees this as a way to escape his guilt he feels of his shameful past. Amir’s whole outlook on life alters and something within him changes. Perhaps Amir is able to forget about his betrayal of Hassan. America, Amir believes, would offer his a forgetfulness of his shameful past that would be impossible in Afghanistan. Amie takes care of his father and works diligently to provide for him. As Baba dies of cancer, Amir's kindness becomes apparent. Amir is not a self-centered and vindictive boy anymore and comes to realise that he must
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one of the most enormous hearts alive. I can relate this to myself because once I didn’t want to celebrate Eid, but when seeing all the fun everyone else was having without me. Me sitting in the corner with the countless tries of my parents to convince me to participate, in the end, I resorted to joining the celebration that I loved later on. This can be related because the joy celebrations bring, can even cheer up the gloomiest of souls. How I can relate this to the world, from the documentary I saw called ‘afghan star’, this movie was about the Taliban separating festivities and music from the people whom loved it the most. So the organization made show, similar to American idol, which
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Taliban, and me from my wife whom I just drug 3,000 across the world.
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Mortenson, G., & Relin, D. O. (2006). Three cups of tea, one man's mission to fight terrorism and build nations-- one school at a time. Viking Pr. Greg Mortenson tells the story of his experiences with a remote village, the treatment he received, and how those experiences changed his life.
Lutrell, M., & Robinson, P. (2008). Lone survivor. New York: Little, Brown and Company. Story