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The Kite Runner

Human Rights Analysis

Ryan O'Malley

on 3 May 2010

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Transcript of The Kite Runner

Oppression of Human Rights A close reading of religious oppression
in Khaled Hosseini's The Kite Runner
Never mind any of those things. Because history isn't
easy to overcome. Neither is religion. In the end, I was a Pashtun and he was a Hazara, I was Sunni and he was Shi'a and nothing was ever going to change that. Nothing. Hassan and Amir
find themselves trapped
by their religions Hassan, in particular is discriminated
against solely because he is a Hazara or Shi'a This entire group of people is discriminated against in the novel Just because of their Religion The sad fact is that the boys recognize how none of this can be changed
and that it is just a fact of life Society's views on their religions TRAP them
and strip away their human rights
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