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    Afghanistan.” Learning about political Islam, or in this case the Taliban, must be done in the “life-cycle” model: “a tight focus on how groups form, whom they recruit, how their objectives change (or not) over time, what they ‘really’ believe, with whom they cooperate, whether they participate in elections, and so on.” This allows us to create a unique identity for each political Islam group, instead of just grouping them all together. The Taliban is one of these groups that could use a “life-cycle” model

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    against the United States by “The Taliban is a Sunni Islamic fundamentalist group that ruled Afghanistan from 1996 until 2001, when a U.S.-led invasion toppled the regime for providing refuge to al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden.” (“The Taliban”). The Taliban originally started out as a group of students at an Islamic school for Afghan refugees. These students presented themselves as a political group, although they only had a very small population. The rise of the Taliban was primarily dependent on the

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    of terrorism I wanted to write a paper on, it occurred to me that I didn’t really know much about the Taliban group. Which is one of the major terrorist groups in today’s society. So I am going to try and explain this group the best that I can. In couple different aspects, one is what their rules are, two how they treat women, and three what types of terrorist acts they have committed. The Taliban group is a group of men who formed in 1994 in the country of Kandahar by Islamic students who took a

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    PAKISTAN TALIBAN CURRENT PEACE NIGOTIATION Introduction: The Taliban arose in the fall of 1994 and sort of presented themselves as a fact on the ground in southern Afghanistan and rather quickly made contact with the Pakistan army and with the chief of its intelligence service. There was a meeting at ISI headquarters with some of the early leaders of the Taliban not Mullah Omar, but some of his aides and the ISI chief in the late autumn of 1994. It was an introductory meeting. From that beginning

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    The Taliban and Afghanistan Afghanistan followed the same fate as dozens of formerly Soviet-occupied countries after the collapse of Moscow's Marxist government in 1991. Islamic factions, which had united to expel the Russian occupiers in 1992, began to fight among themselves when it became apparent that post-communist coalition governments could not overcome the deep-rooted ethnic and religious differences of the members. It was in this atmosphere of economic strife and civil war that a

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    Taliban Essay

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    unknown to many: the Taliban. The Taliban is an Islamic fundamentalist political movement originating from the Sunni culture that took place in Afghanistan. The Taliban first took over the city of Kabul in Afghanistan. It then spread to all of Afghanistan and became a government. The Taliban sets strict rules for everyone and disobeying these rules is cause for severe punishment, even execution. The word “Taliban” translates from Pashto, meaning “students.” The rise of the Taliban occurred in the 1990’s

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    Taliban Oppression

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    Cunneen In 1996 the Taliban took over Afghanistan and immediately imposed their fundamentalist ideals on the citizens. They effectively did this by oppressive tactics maintaining control on their people. The Taliban, lead by spiritual leader Mohammed Omar, has used many different ways to oppress the nation of Afghanistan. One way they did was was by destroying ancient art structures that have became a huge part of their culture. These acts had a great effect on the people in Afghanistan stripped

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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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    History Of The Taliban

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    the Taliban has been raging for thousands for years, although the end may be near. When most Americans hear of the Taliban the first thing that comes to mind is that they are the terrorist organization that is responsible for flying the airplanes into the world trade center buildings. And this would be a correct assessment. However, my goal for this paper is to describe the history of the Taliban, the organizational structure of the Taliban, the beliefs of the Taliban, and how the Taliban organization

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    Taliban Terrorist Group

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    Violence and Terrorism Taliban Terrorist Group Introduction: The Taliban is a far-right; they are Islamic revolutionary organization that arose in the early 1990’s under headship of Mullah Mohammad Omar. The clear translation of "Taliban" is "students" that a large majority of Taliban supporters are from Afghanistan and Pakistan, most of them have been educated at 'madrasas,' or other Muslim religious schools. Mostly in the 21th century the world realized about Taliban group for the first time

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