The Taliban And Taliban Beliefs

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Valeria Oceguera
Islam: History, belief and practice
Professor Larry Poston
Section B 3:30-4:48pm
December 4th, 2017
The Taliban
The Taliban are a part of history and people should be aware of who they are and what they do. The Taliban has evolved over the years and unfortunately have grown stronger over the years. They started off as a group of students and it is sad to know that these students who could have started with a good future ended up being a part of a terrorist group. They think they are doing right because they may read the Quran but they only focus on the words and passages they want to hear and say to defend their terrorist group without reading the passage or verse fully and trying to understand the real words of Allah. The Taliban have been around for a long time and as a result the Taliban havetaken over territory such as Afghanistan and many others. One of the territories the Taliban has is Afghanistan and the government is seen as corrupted because they help the Taliban. Corruption may exist anywhere but would the Afghan government be supporting the Taliban with weapons because they want to or because of fear?
A group seen by many as promoting terror and intimidating others. They use the power they have to make people feel less and for them to feel above the rest. But how, why and when did they start? Did the United States already know about them way before they even made their way up to power? Many questions are asked as to whom they really are. They
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