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Program & email@example.com The Taliban The Taliban have often been labeled as the Afghan Government and America's greatest enemy in Afghanistan. This is only partially true; the Taliban are not as united as some might think, and in the end their divisions may prove their downfall more than any ...
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Deobandi Islam: The Religion of the Taliban Information provided and used with permission from the Defense Language Institute at: wrc.lingnet.org "We have a common task - Afghanistan, the USA and the civilized world - to launch a joint struggle against fundamentalism.
NYU CIC Separating the Taliban from al-Qaeda: The Core of Success in Afghanistan | A CIC Study i NEW YORK UNIVERSITY Separating the Taliban from al-Qaeda: The Core of Success in Afghanistan Alex Strick van Linschoten Felix Kuehn February 2011 CENTER ON INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
1 TESTIMONY Al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and Other Extremist Groups in Afghanistan and Pakistan Peter Bergen Director of the National Security Studies Program
This article assesses this insurgency and there-emergent Taliban. The common view of the Taliban as simply a radical Afghan Islamistmovement is overly simple, for that organization has been able to build on tribal kinship networks and acharis-maticmullah phenomenon to mobilize a critical and dynamic ...
1 U.S. Department of State, International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (INCSR), March 2001. [http://www.state.gov/g/inl/rls/nrcrpt/2000/] Congressional Research Service The Library of Congress CRS Report for Congress Received through the CRS Web Order Code RS21041 October 5, 2001 ...
The following is mirrored from its source at: http://www.indianembassy.org/policy/Terrorism/think_tank/taliban_extremism_fa_nov_99.htm The Taliban: Exporting Extremism by Ahmed Rashid November/December 1999 Foreign Affairs [Ahmed Rashid has covered the war in Afghanistan for 20 years.
1 T he organizational strength, military strategy and leadership quality of the Taliban in Pakistan's tribal territories has qualitatively improved during the last few years.