The Taliban (Pashto: طالبان ṭālibān "students"), alternatively spelled Taleban,
is an Islamic fundamentalist political movement in Afgh...
July 2001: Taliban bans the use of the internet, playing cards, computer disks, ...
musical instruments and chessboards, after declaring they were against Islamic
law. ... the Taliban's ambassador to Pakistan, says that bin Laden would not be ...
2001. January. The UN adds an arms embargo against the Taliban. ... musical
instruments, and chessboards, after declaring them against Islamic law.
Nov 17, 2012 ... In their view, if other foreign militant groups declared jihad against their own ....
The Taliban had three goals from 1994 to 2001: cleanse ... On the other hand, the
imposition of their version of Sharia law, .... For instance, terrorist attacks in
Madrid affect US policy and make US citizens feel less secure (9).
Jul 13, 2016 ... Disappointed that Islamic law had not been put in place following the ousting ... [
11] The ISI utilized the Taliban to mount an offensive stance against the Afghan ...
The Taliban remained Afghanistan's ruling entity until 2001, when, ... In July 2015
, Afghan government officials and Taliban leaders met for the ...
Though toppled from power in 2001, the Taliban regrouped to resist the U.S.-led
occupation of Afghanistan. ... Updated: July 4, 2014. Mohammad ...
May 2, 2011 ... He goes to Afghanistan to join the "jihad," or "holy war," against the Soviet Union.
... where he receives support from the fundamentalist Taliban regime. ... termed
the U.S. army the "enemies of Islam" and declared jihad against the United ...
December 27, 2001-- Afghan officials report tha...
The Taliban takes Kabul ... The rebels, however, who had not signed the
agreements, maintained their fight against Najibullah's government and ...
According to the agreement, Mojaddedi would head a Transitional Council for
two months. ... Rabbani was declared President of the Islamic State in
Afghanistan in July 1992.
[New York Times, 1/18/2003] Interestingly, in the beginning of July, CIA ... (1:00
p.m.) September 11, 2001: Taliban Claim They and Bin Laden Were ... President
Assures Unconditional Support for US Fight Against Taliban .... Congress must
immediately declare war on what he calls “militant Islam,” with “overwhelming
Jun 15, 2004 ... Before the U.S. military campaign against the Taliban began on October 7, 2001,
Afghanistan had been mired in conflict since the Soviet invasion ... On May 1,
2003, the United States and the Afghan government declared major. U.S.-led ......
The constitution does not impose Sharia (Islamic law), but it does.