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A family a house and a fair and democratic government these are all things that we take for granted However in the country of Afghanistan these are the very things are a dream of its people to have Amir and his Baba are caught in the crossfire between the Taliban and the Hazaras Even though they are not Hazaras Amirs closest friend is and so are their servants This civil war within the country forces Amir and his Baba to make decisions that alter their life greatly They have to face the consequences of their decisions and the harsh realities of society Afghanistan has always been a region of conflict in world history starting with the invading Mughals Turks British and finally the Russians Even before the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan the country was in turmoil The government was in a shambles and they had no control over the people When the Taliban was rising to power they promised the people several things that they knew that they would not fulfill For instance They promised to govern by the holy law and provide protection from other countries and their conquests Glenn People now had no hope and no goals Thus in early day of the Talibans power the people of Afghanistan saw hope in the Talibans promises and valuesGlenn these promises however were not kept They brought in government by Holy Law but used it to brutalize people This made the Taliban into the most feared and hated group by most of the people of Afghanistan They used the far and hope that they people had to strength their position as tyrants by forcing them to join the army or using them as an example as what not to do and the punishment that they could receive if they attempted the same feat In Kite Runner by Khalid Hosseni shows how the Taliban control the Hazaras actions through threats
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