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Afghanistan before Sharia Government
Afghanistan before Sharia Government
Afghanistan is an ungovernable collection of tribes that has confounded every conqueror since Alexander the Great. Like a lot of received wisdom, it may well be correct.
But as President Obama debates whether to send more American troops to Afghanistan, and whether, more pointedly, he might be sending them down a black hole of civic hopelessness, American and Afghan scholars and diplomats say it is worth recalling four decades in the country’s recent history, from the 1930s to the 1970s, when there was a semblance of a national government and Kabul was known as “the Paris of Central Asia.”
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Afghans and Americans alike describe the country in those days as a poor nation, but one that built national roads, stood up an army and defended its borders. As a monarchy and then a constitutional monarchy, there was relative stability and by the 1960s a brief era of modernity and democratic reform. Afghan women not only attended Kabul University, they did so in miniskirts. Visitors — tourists, hippies, Indians, Pakistanis, adventurers — were stunned by the beauty of the city’s gardens and the snow-capped mountains that surround the capital.“I lived in Afghanistan when it was very governable, from 1964 to 1974,” said Thomas E. Gouttierre, director of the Center for Afghanistan Studies at the University of Nebraska, Omaha, who met recently in Kabul with Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, the top NATO commander in Afghanistan. Mr. Gouttierre, who spent his decade in the country as a Peace Corps volunteer, a Fulbright scholar and the national basketball team’s coach, said, “I’ve always thought it was one of the most beautiful places in the world.”
Afghans today say that the view of their country as an ungovernable “graveyard of empires” is condescending and uninformed. “Unfortunately, we have a lot of overnight experts on Afghanistan right now,” said Said Tayeb Jawad, the Afghan ambassador to Washington. “You turn to any TV channel and they are experts on Afghan ethnicities, tribal issues and history without having been to Afghanistan or read one or two books.”
“Afghanistan,” Mr. Jawad asserted, “is less tribal than New York.”
Zalmay Khalilzad, an Afghan-American and the former American ambassador to Afghanistan who grew up in Kabul and the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif, said that calling a country ungovernable was a standard reaction when Americans do not want to engage in a conflict, like Iraq or the Balkans. The response, he said, is articulated as, “We were wrong to have the objectives that we had because this place is unhelpable, they’ve been at war for a thousand years, who the hell do we think we are that we can solve this problem?”
Mr. Khalilzad would be the first to acknowledge that Afghanistan was always fractious politically, and that there were assassinations and coups even during the era of relative peace. But the current downward spiral did not begin until 1978, when the president, Sardar Mohammad Daoud Khan, was killed in a Communist coup, setting off three decades of conflict.“There was definitely what was developing to be a newer tradition of a more open society and trained people” in those earlier years, said Paula Newberg, director of Georgetown University’s Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, who was an adviser to President Hamid Karzai’s government in Afghanistan from 2002 to 2004.
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Sharia Law 101 – the essential statistics
What would life be like under Sharia Law? Is any of it compatible with the West? We can answer that by examining the results Sharia Law has got and continues to get.
The video provides you with many Facts about Sharia Law and has collected these from very reputable sources. Directed to Westerners, the video examines the results of Sharia Law by zoning in on different areas of life under Sharia Law.
These results are in very stark contrast to what we here in the West get. Our western ancestors have taken a different path so we can now enjoy a far higher level of equality and quality of life.
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1:31 Essential terminology: http://youtu.be/lYHGDBC19qo#t=1m31s
3:20 Origin of the Quran/Koran: http://youtu.be/lYHGDBC19qo#t=3m20s
4:13 Freedom of thought conscious & religion: http://youtu.be/lYHGDBC19qo#t=4m13s
8:10 Domestic violence in Sharia Law countries: http://youtu.be/lYHGDBC19qo#t=8m10s
10:51 Incidence of domestic violence across 10 Sharia Law countries: http://youtu.be/lYHGDBC19qo#t=10m51s
23:15 Laws & prosecution: http://youtu.be/lYHGDBC19qo#t=23m15s
26:22 Personal status laws & child marriage: http://youtu.be/lYHGDBC19qo#t=26m22s
28:15 Woman’s rights to property: http://youtu.be/lYHGDBC19qo#t=28m15s
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Despite the Taliban regime’s ouster in Afghanistan more than a decade ago, oppressive tribal traditions remain more powerful than law, leaving thousands of young Afghan women imprisoned or killed for ‘moral crimes’.
When Soheila was 5 years old, she was given away in marriage to an old man as compensation for her older brother’s crime: stealing the man’s third wife. After years of abuse in the marriage, “I ran away with the man I love. When my father found me, he put me in prison. My son was born here in prison”, explains Soheila. In 2009 President Karzai passed a law criminalising 23 acts of abuse towards women – including forced marriage. But it has rarely been enforced.
“Unfortunately in Afghanistan, as a result of 30 years of war, cultural practices have more power than the law”, says Soheila’s warden. “We are not afraid of killing her”, insists her brother. Soheila’s lover is serving a voluntary six-year sentence; a desperate bid to make peace with her father. “If there were justice they would arrest her father, the man who gave his daughter away in an exchange! There is no law – in the Koran or anywhere else – that says he can do that.”
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Love Crimes in Prison of Kabul Documentary HQ
Love Crimes of Kabul is a 2011 documentary film following select cases of inmates at Badam Bagh women’s prison in Kabul, Afghanistan where half are jailed for moral crimes.