People's lives after the taliban's rules
“The Price of Going to Class”, After the Taliban took over schools businesses and people's rights the parents wanted their kids to not go to school cause they were spraying acid at kids and teachers face.Then, the headmaster had a meeting with the parents and he told them not to give in to the enemy or they win and their society will not improve because the education improves their society. Her parents told her to keep going to school even if she is killed because they want her to be able to improve their society by making the future people more educated for better jobs than their current jobs because it can have all the kids not having being child slave but if they keep going to school they can have better jobs for their health.The people are dying at ages 43 and the average year they should live is 81 years because there have been higher rates of death.The taliban have been attacking Afghanistan and banning TV, movies, and music.After they regrouped they attacked schools so they can keep their death rates at 41 years.Before the acid attacks the taliban would put up posters around schools to tell parents not to let their kids go to school.
"On the Attack"
“On the Attack”, The taliban caused the attack on the U.S. on sept. 11,2001.The taliban now have became slowly stronger after the U.S. attacked them, in afghanistan they have been attacking foreigners, U.S. troops,and schoolchildren with ambushes and suicide bombings.They burned and took down 600 schools.On afghanistan’s capital they went in a hotel and killed foreigners and they are attacking restaurants where foreigners were eating.The taliban are doing this because they want the foreigners out of the country and return to sharia law (a law that dictates people's lives of what they eat, what they wear,how they behave, and what they believe).The taliban get their strength from selling drugs from opium a poppy plant used originally for medicine but is also a source of heroin.The united states have sent troops to afghanistan to keep the peace in afghanistan.
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Public - 5/31/16, 2:24 PM