What Is Going On In Afghanistan?
- The Taliban Attacks on the Afghan People
- The Status Quo in Afghanistan
- The Taliban in Afghanistan
- The New Country
- The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
- The Taliban and the U.S
- The Taliban's Last Stand
- Helicopters for Air Strike Mission in Afghanistan
- The rescue mission in Afghanistan
- The Taliban are in Afghanistan
- The Taliban, the Lithium and Heroin Problem
The Taliban Attacks on the Afghan People
The Taliban soldiers targeted them because they are Shia Muslims with a dialect and physical appearance that is different from the majority of the Afghan population. The population was reduced to less than 10% of the total population. There were two explosions, one near the airport entrance and another near a hotel.
The citizens waiting at Abbey Gate, East Gate, and North Gate were told by the US embassy to leave immediately as more attacks were expected. The US president Joe Biden said that the US will plan attacks against the IS group systematically. The story is about two women named Mariam and Laila.
Mariam was married off to a thirty year old man named Rasheed after an extramarital affair with an aristocracy. There are probably very few happy photographs of Afghanistan and its people on the internet, but one thing that is pervasive is the desire for a better tomorrow. The Taliban is learning to establish a government and have women participate in it, but their violence and the fear that is forcing Afghans out of their ancestral homes is very similar to what is happening in the US.
The Status Quo in Afghanistan
We can understand why and how the status quo in Afghanistan is changing by going back to the beginning of the conflict.
The Taliban in Afghanistan
The federation of Taliban came into being in 1990 from Northern Pakistan. The Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan is also known as the Taliban. The Taliban in Afghanistan are different from the one in Pakistan.
Their inhumane policies and actions were the reason why they were not officially recognized. They would destroy the land set it ablaze. The Taliban would not allow individuals to get assistance from the UN.
It is an organization that has shown disrespect for property as it destroyed thousands of houses. It is not the first time that the Taliban have taken over, but history has repeated itself. The Taliban took over Afghanistan's capital in 1996 and overthrew the government of President Burhan Uddin Rabbani.
The Taliban have declared that the war is over. They have also guaranteed to maintain stable conditions in the future. Many wonder how much has changed.
Many people did not waste time wondering and instead fled the area. The previous Afghani President fled to the neighboring country quickly, and this shows the large scale capitulation that has taken place by the previous administration. China, Iran, and other countries may have more power in the region because of the threat of the terrorist group, the issue is.
The New Country
The number of believers is small. They have to prevent their faith from being exposed because they are as affected as other civilians. Being a believer is very risky.
Your family may harm you. Extremists groups are a threat to their lives as well. There are 4.
Pray for the sick. COVID cases are spiking in the country and hospitals are limited in what they can offer. There is no certainty about how the healthcare system will be able to survive with the new Taliban government.
The healthcare system will not collapse. 5. Pray that the country will not be a place for extremists.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
The government that has run the country for 20 years collapsed after they took over the country. Afghans are racing to the airport to leave the country. Many Afghans distrust the Taliban and fear that they will be violent and oppressive. The country of Afghanistan is being renamed the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, which is a sign that people are worried about.
The Taliban and the U.S
It is absolutely amazing. President Biden decided to implement the agreement that was made by President Trump and the Taliban to withdraw all U.S. forces from Afghanistan by May 1st.
The Taliban's Last Stand
The U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 ousted the Taliban from power, but they never left. The government that has run the country for 20 years collapsed after they took over the country. Afghans are racing to the airport to leave the country.
Afghan women have made gains since the fall of the Taliban. They are worried that they will be confined to their homes again. The Taliban have said they are no longer against women going to school, but they have not set out a clear policy.
Afghanistan is an overwhelmingly conservative country, and the status of women varies under Taliban rule. Afghanistan is home to an Islamic State group affiliate that has carried out a wave of attacks against its Shiite minority. The Taliban have condemned the attacks and the two groups have fought each other over territory, but it is not known if a Taliban government will be willing to suppress IS.
Helicopters for Air Strike Mission in Afghanistan
The Afghan government deployed Special Operators to several areas in recent weeks to shore up the areas against Taliban attacks, but now many of the elite Afghan forces are tired and are not able to fight anymore. The U.S. deployed a small number of helicopter pilots and maintainers to Afghanistan to fly manned airstrike missions. In case of a manned fighter jet going down, the helicopter will be used to recover personnel.
The rescue mission in Afghanistan
The British rescue mission is underway as 6,000 Britons are trapped in the new Taliban state and the heroic UK ambassador stays behind to help. Biden stood firmly behind his decision to remove troops after the capture of the Afghan capital. August 19, 2021.
The Taliban are in Afghanistan
The US intelligence community on the ground did a good job of collecting the right type of information and sending it to the headquarters in Virginia. The policy makers in Washington were aware of the deals the Taliban made with the Afghan forces. The administration did not take it seriously enough, and the result is all over the internet and cable tv.
The Taliban are in Afghanistan. The question is how they will govern the country. They said that Afghanistan will become a theocracy because of the law of the state.
The Taliban, the Lithium and Heroin Problem
The Taliban may allow the US to continue to use their land to mass-produce heroin exchange for the West's support of the Taliban. The profits from the war, the heroin and the lithium will all end up in the same place. Corporations rule.
The pieces are the nation-states, they are not the players of the Great Game. Corporate megaliths have toys. Their owners can make them fight each other or make them kiss each other.