Essay on The Brutality of Terrorist Groups in Afghanistan and Libya

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Throughout history, Afghanistan and Libya have had various difficulties in dealing with harsh terrorist groups throughout the country and the way they negatively affected women’s rights. They have unwillingly embraced the terrorist groups but are fighting for them to get out. While police forces attempt to handle the situation and remove these groups, it so far has not made a lasting impact. In some cases the country was fighting against its own citizens. Currently in Libya, there is a group called the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group. The group’s purpose is to overthrow the current Libyan government led by Muammar Qadhafi. A continent away, another war-torn country, Afghanistan, has similarly not found peace. (6) Presently …show more content…

The Taliban mostly target government, military, police, and private citizens (in that order from least to greatest). Since 2002, Afghanistan’s National Police forces have grown to 68,000 personnel. (8) The police force includes several different units. These police forces include the Afghan Uniform Police, which is responsible for general police duties, and four specialized police organizations: the Afghan National Civil Order Police, the Afghan Border Police, the Counter Narcotics Police of Afghanistan, and the Counter Terrorism Police. Though it has been out of power for more than a decade, the Taliban remains resilient in the region. While the growth in the size and responsibilities is notable, the National Police Force has failed to fulfill its order to uphold the rule of law, protect Afghan citizens, and meet the country’s security needs, including controlling the borders and defeating the Taliban-led rebellion.

Libya is an African country that is also being victimized by people of their own country. Libya was involved in a civil war that began in 2011. The war was fought between forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and those seeking to overthrow the government. Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was a Libyan politician and revolutionary. In August of 2011, the rebels forced an attack on the government in an

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