Taliban stories, books, poems, and more

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My days snooping against the Taliban and Foreign Intelligence Services exploiting the proud people of Afghanistan. Read More

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Every person views the world in their own vision, and a religous fanatic is no exception. This story explores the path of the Villain of the best-selling Novel "The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini, Assef, and explores the events that can turn a psychopath in war-torn Afghanistan, into a member… Read More

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A book which follows seargent stryker and his men under his command through tours of duty through afghanistan, iraq, and more. Read More
The original true vision of the book, Tiberius Rising by me, Jace Connors. Read More
This story is basically about taking down the Taliban Leader, Mohammad Omar. As the Navy Seals go in for him, he has self-west attached on him. One Muslim Navy Seal, Humza, convinces him to stop by realizing his own religion. This story is well written and extraordinary. Read More

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Before the Talibans came into power in 1996, the previous governments succeeded in destroying the country through different factions, ethnical tribes, languages and even religion. Instead of stabilization, civil war broke, overtaking the capital city Kabul and Afghanistan as a whole. During the governing period of Mujahidin’s, millions of Afghans… Read More
The stories of five different characters from different parts of the Muslim world. Starting with Afghanistan, then Indonesia, then Niger, then Palestine and finally ending up in Saudi Arabia. Probably my favourite poem yet, I actually felt really emotional when reading it back the first time. Read More
Mahtab's Story Mahtab and her family are forced to leave their home in Heart and journey secretly through the rocky mountains to Pakistan and then to far away Australia. Months go by, months of waiting, months of dread. Will they ever be reunited with their father, will they ever find… Read More
A short paragraph and then a set of links that build the most important ideas of the title. Read More
The In Human Aspect of Human Beings Read More

Tags: taliban, buddha

Poem / Poetry

August 17, 2011

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A day in the Life of an Infantryman Read More
ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s military was ridiculed and accused of complicity in the media on Tuesday after a small group of militants laid siege to a naval air base, holding out for 16 hours against about one hundred commandos and rangers. As few as 6 militants infiltrated the PNS Mehran naval… Read More
This is about a soldier in afghan a soldier like any other his task is to guard his station while the rest attack a enemy stronghold but the enemy are doing the same to his base Read More

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It's a story about the War on Terror. The USMC are assaulting a Taliban stronghold, and it goes wrong. Read More

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Dedication: To all U.S. Military Veterans and in commemoration of the annual American national holidays of Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4) and Veteran’s (Armistice) Day (November 11). While surfing the YouTube website to find some original recordings of old(ies), pre-Beatles rock ‘n’ roll songs, I… Read More

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Halim grew up with his extended family in San Francisco. When he was just six his father moved Halim, his mother, and brother to a small town in northwestern Minnesota. As the only Muslim family in the whole town, Halim and his family became the target of harsh racism. At… Read More
Jihad is the most propagandistic and misunderstood phenomena today, mostly linked with war and killing of the non Muslims in the Name of Allah. Mostly Jihad is being categorized in four forms; Jihad of the heart, Jihad of the tongue, Jihad by the hand and Jihad by sword. Many scholars… Read More
This short story talks about a woman under the Taliban,and about a forbidden lovestory she will have with a Taliban Read More
This is to present a lighter and somewhat sarcastic view of a truly serious issue, currently, under heated public debate. From September 11, 2001 until now, the end of 2006, this debate has been gradually intensifying. On one side of the debate are civil libertarians who claim that one or… Read More
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