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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Education and the Perpetuation of Extremism in Afghanistan

By: Ahmad Shah Angar Afghanistan has experienced roughly three waves of Islamic extremism from  Late President Daud Khan rule to the present day. Since Presidency of Daud Khan the end of the Afghan-Soviet war in 1989, mullahs or religious scholars, a consolidated political power to counteract the actions of the Afghan state. From 1996 to…

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European think tank highlights struggles of Pashtun community in Pak

(ANI): The European Foundation for South Asian Studies(EFSAS) lent their voice to the ongoing Pashtun struggle in Pakistan, highlighting the struggles the people of the minority community face in the military-controlled nation. According to their study, Manzoor Ahmad Pashteen, leader of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM), has been demanding basic human rights for the Pashtun community in Pakistan and the release of disappeared individuals,…

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Caught between the military and militants, Pashtuns fight for rights

When he visits rural villages, fans shower him with rose petals. A YouTube user calls him a “rock star activist”. It’s an unlikely epithet for a 26-year-old from a remote, conservative Pakistani village who sometimes wears a traditional turban, reported NPR. But in recent weeks, Manzoor Pashteen has risen to lead a fast-growing movement of thousands…

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