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The victims in Afghanistan will be the women and girls as medieval Islam is imposed.
Afghanistan records a sharp increase in the number of civilians killed and wounded in violence, as Western security forces pull out of the war-torn country.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Hardly a surprise. Years back the Taliban banned football and cricket because it kept men away from prayers. Most of their fighters enjoy cricket so there is a little bit of hope for change.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - The Taliban on Monday took control of another provincial capital in Afghanistan, an official said. The city's fall was the latest in a weekslong, relentless Taliban offensive as American and NATO forces finalize their pullout from the war-torn country.Read more from AP NEWS
There's no solution.
The Taliban have won.
We can and should support the Gov in Kabul which is the only hope for people who have benefited from Western influences. The girls who have been schooled and have gone to universities abroad. The young women who haven't been forcibly married off. The gay people who have 'come out'. The musicians and cricketers who were declared un-Islamic by the Taliban when they were in charge some years back.
We should all make it easy for those who have helped NATO and are in fear of their lives to seek asylum in our countries.
The Taliban are utterly backward and repressive and only a shade less bad than ISIS.
They certainly played the long game and let the US take care of ISIS for them.
ISIS or Al Qaeda.?
They're both still around.
But powerful enough to challenge the Taliban?
No, not at the moment.
And now Iran's theocracy must face their second most deadly enemy (after Israel).
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - The Taliban seized a province just south of Afghanistan's capital and launched a multi-pronged assault early Saturday on a major city in the north defended by powerful former warlords, Afghan officials said.Read more from AP NEWS