The Taliban: The Islamic Fundamentalist Movement


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The Taliban: The Islamic Fundamentalist Movement
The following paper looks at the Islamic fundamentalist movement that once dominated the nation of Afghanistan – that movement, of course, is the Taliban. The essay shall explore the history of the Taliban, the evolution of the Taliban, the reason for its political actions and machinations, and why the Taliban picked sharia law and its chief model for Afghanistan. Additionally, the essay will look at why they have not left despite taking heavy losses in the field and time will be devoted to exploring the ideological underpinnings of the Taliban and the impact of these ideologies upon the people of Afghanistan. In the end, we must recognize that the Taliban is a sophisticated and...
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