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History of Afghanistan
Transcript of History of Afghanistan
•What was America’s answer to the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001?
In response to the September 11, 2001 attacks from Al Qaeda, America went to war against terrorism, mainly Al Qaeda. Some people, who blame George W. Bush for taking us to war, say that Bush declared war against terrorism based on false pretenses. One of these pretenses is that America won’t be safe until all terrorism is eliminated or neutralized.
What trends do you see in history in Afghaistan?
Cultural trends such as the treatment of women have remained the same, and so as their major religion, Islam. Also, many of the people have been fighting for their freedom from groups like the Taliban.
Because they thought it good that the Taliban were upholding traditional Islamic law, and trying to make peace in Afghanistan.
Why did most Afghans believe at first that the Taliban takeover in 1993 was a good thing?
Because of the drought that was taking place in Afghanistan, the people were dying from lose of food and some places had become uninhabitable, so the Afghans fled to Pakistan refugee camps.
Why do more than a million Afghans flee to Pakistan between the years of 1995 – 1999?
They value freedom and envy other counties that have it.
What do they suggest about Afghan national identity and values?
This suggests that the life for the average citizen would be upsetting because you fight for your freedom but nothing has change.
What do these suggest about life for the average citizen?
How does the country's "basic information" affect its national identity?
More related their economy; they spend more money on goods due to the country being land locked. From the knowledge of americans whats heard is from the Taliban and wars.