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Which is worst suffering thorough Civil War or living under Taliban in Afghanistan People die under both situations just in different ways Day or night the sky is filled with smoke from rocket and missiles Sound of guns and pain of innocent citizens combine Citizens losing basic human rights and dying of starvation In A Thousand Splendid Suns the 1 International Bestseller novel by Khaled Hosseini gives readers a glimpse of how suffering thorough Civil War or living under Taliban in Afghanistan is equally atrocious for the citizen of Afghanistan People of Afghanistan cannot predict of their will be tomorrow for them and their family under Civil War nor under Taliban In this novel Giti friend of Laila died she got hit by rocket while walking home from school during the civil war it said Giti was dead Dead Blown to Piece As we examined the deaths were painful to watch It wasnt any different under the Taliban People who didnt follow rules were killed too in Ghazi Stadium the only difference was how they were killed We saw how also Laila Parents were killed during the Civil War they also got hit by rocket while they were trying to escape from this nightmare Under Taliban we examined the death of the protagonist Mariam She was taken to Ghazi Stadium and killed At the end of the day its not about how the person was killed but if he or she is alive or dead The population dropped significantly every day During the Civil War and Taliban People of Afghanistan lost many of the family members friends and relativesPeople who were alive were feeling dead Under the Taliban people lost right to basic things for example singing dancing paying cards chess gambling are forbidden as well as All men had to have beard and wear turban or they were killed At the time of Civil War it was very scary even if you are
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