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    War is everywhere affecting different people including the Afghans and the Pakistanians. They have been ridiculed by the Taliban and the Russians in many ways, including beheadings, rape, and overall just death of any kind, but through the power of the government and the people there has been major political changes that have brought forth rioting and violence. Though the Taliban and Russians are responsible for a large portion of the violence, the major causes of the violence is what starts everything

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    One of the most radical religious groups in the world today are known as the Taliban. The Taliban is a “fundamentalist Muslim group that controlled much of Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001” (Maley NP). The Taliban took power after the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan. When the Soviet Union left Afghanistan, the Taliban rose to power and took much control of the country. The Taliban leader is Mullah Mohammad Omar. The Taliban in Afghanistan are an Islāmic group, that uses harsh rules against Afghanistan’s

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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

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    the Taliban while Nazis were supported by a lot of germans.During the Third Reich, the Nazis were against a few writers, artist and so had destroyed all their work as it was degraded. Whilst the Taliban in the Middle East were focusing on destroying religious monuments. Both of them had the same perspective, To Liquidate things that did not represent or respect their faith.The one thing they had in common was ruling others through violence and intimidation.They were the best at it. Taliban was

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    The Taliban is an extremist Islamic group highly emphasizing a strong interpretation of sharia law that arose in the early 1990s after the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. Referencing the BBC article, a common belief holds that the Taliban first emerged in religious seminaries that preached a hard line of Sunni Islam. The Taliban’s promise to Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the surrounding area was to restore peace and security using their interpretation of the sharia law once they were in

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    What Is The Taliban?

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    What is the Taliban? The Taliban is usually alternatively spelled Taleban, which refers to itself as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), is a Sunni Islamic fundamentalist political movement in Afghanistan currently waging war (an insurgency, or jihad) within that country. A notorious Islamic terrorist group led by Mohammed Omar, and Abdul Ghani Baradar is becoming a greater risk to America today. When the Taliban was created it was initially thought to be nothing more than guards that

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    Taliban Banned

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    The Taliban are a group of terrorists, that use violence and harsh laws in order to force people to do what they want. Not only do they force harsh laws for example, on the people of Swat (Malala’s home town), but they also have banned many things that they considered un-Islamic like watching tv, listening to music, going shopping, but most important girls right for education. The taliban first came to Swat in the year of 2004, but according to Malala they did not show their violence or oppressiveness

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    Since the Taliban invaded the conditions of women have been unimaginable. During the 1960s, Afghanistan used one of the most forward thinking countries when it came to women’s rights. Women were allowed to wear whatever they want, they could go out in public alone without the fear of being attacked, education was a right not a struggle but most importantly they were treated equally to men.Since the Taliban involved in 1994 and became the government in 1996 women have been treated worse the vermin

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    Taliban Outline

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    statement 2. Taliban rule (How they rule, who is in power and the government methods.) 3. Treatment of marginalised groups under the Taliban rule (The treatment of women and children.) 4. Implication of Taliban rule on Afghan society (Deprivation of; liberty, poverty, health and education.) 5. Closing statement 6. Reference list Opening statement; Afghanistan consists of mostly infertile surroundings and is isolated from the rest of central Asia. The governing group, The Taliban, have been

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    History of the Taliban

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    Mullah Muhammad Omar, the leader of the Afghanistan Taliban Regime and one of the most wanted men by the United States (U.S.) government. How does a man born to one of the poorest province become one of the most wanted men alive? The U. S. State Department is offering a reward up to ten million dollars for the capture of Mullah Omar. Omar is considered to be a man of mystery, who is highly respected, feared, and stubborn among his people. Omar is said to have ties with al-Qaeda, a known terrorist

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