Position Paper US Vs Afghanistan

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Title: Position Paper US Vs Afghanistan
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Subject: History
Date: May 21, 2005
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Today, according to CNN, the Taliban controls 90 percent of Afghanistan and has one of the worst human rights records in modern history. The Taliban government demands that all Afghans live by the Taliban's strict interpretation of the Koran. Frederic Grare, director of Human Sciences in New Delhi, calls the Taliban "ruthless, very primitive and cruel" (Baldauf Scott)...
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Frederic Grare, director of Human Sciences in New Delhi, calls the Taliban "ruthless, very primitive and cruel" (Baldauf Scott). Thieves are often lashed to death in public and Afghan women who commit adultery are routinely executed as part of halftime festivities at soccer games...
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