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Discrimination Against Women of Afghanistan For many women all over the world discrimination is a serious problem The US has shown some progress when it comes to this issue by allowing women to file lawsuits against discrimination The most famous of them being sexual harassment lawsuits Although the US has shown some improvement that isnt the case in all countries especially in Afghanistan For the women of Afghanistan being discriminated against is a way of life Women are seen as second class citizens under the rule of men and these men are the cause virtually all of the problems that the women of this country face today It would probably be best to start of with a little history of Afghanistan so that way the events that lead up to the Taliban taking over are better understood Up until the 1970s Afghanistan was an anarchy the king at the time was Zahir Shah In 1973 while in Italy Shah was overthrow by a relative it was at that time that the mujahedinholy warriors were in their birthing process Encylopedia Americana In 1978 Communism was attempted to be important into Afghanistan with Soviet Union aid However in 1979 Kabrak Karmal who was the president at the time asked for Soviet Union assistance for some matters in Afghanistan That was all USSR needed to hear they came in as soon as possible and started running the country but not with a fight of course Fielding Worldwide Inc As we are all aware of that time period was also when the Cold War was going on between the US and the Soviet Union So the US gladly flooded Afghanistan with money in order to fight off the Soviet Union The bloodshed between the Afghans and the Soviets lasted for years Finally 1988 an agreement to end the strife was finally signed by the US Afghanistan USSR and Pakistan However it was signed on the
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