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Journalism & Communication
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The Taliban Many things have been said about the Taliban, one of the many terrorist organizations in the world that has been tagged internationally as public enemy number one by the United States. This group of Islamic Knowledge Movement “students” can be found spread out across two thirds of Afghanistan as the Taliban Militia…
forces from Afghanistan. (McNamara, Melissa “The Taliban in Afghanistan) It is important to note that there are two factions of the Taliban existing within countries of Afghanistan and Pakistan. With the Pakistan faction going rogue and, although identifying itself with the Taliban, it actually has a totally different mission and goal than its Afghan counterpart. But in order to understand why the differing goals exist, one must first understand the history of the group. The Taliban can be considered to be religious fanatics who are trying to advance their religious goals and beliefs across the Middle Eastern world. The leader of the Taliban was Mullah Mohammed Omar. A reclusive leader who heads the terrorist group together with 8-10 other colleagues, all of whom are survivors of the Russian war and occupation of Afghanistan in the 1970's. Their governing rules are overseen by the Ministry of Virtue and Vice, often considered to be a religious police force. (McNamara, Melissa “The Taliban in Afghanistan”). The group originally emerged as one of the mujaheddin or holy warriors in the region. ...
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