Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan

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  • The United States Department Of Defense Defines Terrorism

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    History of terrorism in Pakistan goes back to the time of Russian capture of Afghanistan. Pakistani powers have long had binds to residential aggressor amasses that help propel the nation 's center outside strategy engages. India and Afghanistan have blamed Pakistan 's security and discernment administrations for playing a "twofold amusement". Worries about Pakistan 's dedication to counterterrorism uplifted in May 2011, when American commandos

  • Malala Yousafzai on Education

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    beliefs, and is the reason she was shot. October ninth, two-thousand twelve, fifteen year old Malala Yousafzai boarded a school bus which would take her and other students home from school. The school bus was stopped by two members of the Pakistani Taliban. One went to the front of the bus to interrogate the bus driver. The second man entered the passenger part of the bus, called for Malala by name and fired three times. One of the bullets hit Malala at point blank near her left eye, traveled down

  • Malala Yousafzai Speech

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    Little Pakistani Girl That Could You may be wondering who this girl is well i'm here to tell you all about her wonderful accomplishments. Malala Yousafzai is an advocate for girls education. Malala lived in Pakistan where the taliban has full control on what they want before the taliban Pakistan use to be a place where tourist would come for summer festivals. Malala has been using her platform to help girls all over the world to get the education they desire. She has inspired people to help make a

  • Theme Of I Am Malala

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    Themes in the Life of Malala I am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World is a memoir following the heroic Pashtun, Malala Yousafzai, through her journey to raise awareness for women’s rights; she even wrote this book to spread awareness about her goals. Malala was born in Mingora Swat Valley, Pakistan as a Moderate Muslim in 1997. While she was campaigning for women’s rights and education for women, though, she was attacked by a Talib with a gun, sending her to a hospital

  • Policy In Pakistan

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    US policy in Pakistan largely centres around expending military aid to combat regional terrorism and facilitate peace in Afghanistan. However, it has hardly achieved any tangible results. The Pakistani army, which supersedes it’s elected government, diverted these funds towards anti-India terror factions for covert proxy wars due to it’s historic rivalry with India. These terror factions carried out the Mumbai terror attacks in 2008, attracting censure from Pakistan’s civilians and international

  • The Taliban Of The Swat Valley

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    Swat Valley, located in Pakistan, was reclaimed for its beauty, as it was situated near mountains. Tourism was one of the Swat Valley’s largest industries, until the area was seized by the Taliban. The Taliban used guns and bombs to terrorize the citizens of the Swat Valley, so citizens would succumb to their way of life. This affected people’s jobs, education and their health. The Swat Valley was just one of the many places that were occupied by the Taliban. The Taliban ruined thousands of lives

  • Yousafzai : The Girls Voice Who Could Not Be Silenced

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    with a population of 1.8 million has been a breeding ground of Islamist militancy (PAKISTAN: Militants announce ban on girls’ education in Swat ).A recent warning by Shah Dauran, deputy leader of the Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan (TTP) announced that all girls must be taken out of school - public or private - by January 15, 2009, and by not doing so, their schools will be bombed and violators will face death (PAKISTAN: Militants announce ban on girls’ education in Swat). Schools were closed for winter

  • A Brief Note On Lengthy And Costly War

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    24th November 2015, 3506 coalition member died and tens of thousands ANDSF and civilians died. Despite all the challenges, the US presence in the last decade was vital for Afghanistan and national security of the US. Key leaders of Al-Qaida and Taliban arrested and killed, Afghans authored their constitution, three presidential and two parliamentary elections have held, institutions and infrastructures have rebuilt and Afghanistan once again recovered its international recognition. The achievements

  • Malala Yousafzai 's Life History

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    Freedom-Freedom to the girls from Taliban. She became the icon and idol of thousands of girls. Long live Malala! Malala’s life history in brief On July 12, 1997, Malala Yousafzai was conceived in Mingora, Pakistan, situated in the nation’s Swat Valley. For the initial couple of years of her life, the place where she grew up remained a famous traveler recognizes that was known for its late spring celebrations. In any case, the territory started to change as the Taliban attempted to take control. Around

  • The United States 's Military Participation

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    The United States has minimized its military participation in Afghanistan. For more than a decade Afghanistan has struggled with the Taliban. Power, authority, and influence has played a role in Afghanistan’s political and military strategies. The emergence of international jihadi-insurgent groups, such as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), have brought uncertainty regarding political, economic transitions, and the security of the nation. The formation of the National Unity Government (NUG)