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You know what happened in Afghanistan and that Afghanistan suffers from the possibility of stability, but there are some questions that I do not know the answer to, and there are also many people whose answers are not known:
• Is it possible for America to return when it may have developed a new plan??

• Is it possible for the Taliban movement to establish a new state??

• Is it possible to return to the original life of Afghanistan??

• Is it possible to return the psychology of the people who live in Afghanistan to the same before??

• Is it possible for someone else to rule in Afghanistan other than the Taliban??

• Is it possible for women to be participating in Afghanistan??

• Is it possible to recognize all the rights that are taken from the people of Afghanistan??

• Should all the countries of the world stand by Afghanistan?

• Are all countries of the world facing this problem of importance, or do some countries do not care about it??

• Do all the people of Afghanistan apply all the rules of Taliban laws, or are there opponents??

• Are there some people in Afghanistan who spread corruption in the Taliban movement??
• Is it permissible for the media in Afghanistan to do its job to the fullest, or is it forbidden to work in the media??

• Is there an operation that generates public money or harms the public money in the country of Afghanistan??

My last question is what do you expect to happen in the future of Afghanistan??

I hope that if you know the answer, write it below

Comments (9)

  • British Council.jpg aware_painting | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    04 Dec 2021

    is not possible for America to return with a new or even an old plan because it lost a lot and achieved nothing, neither in eliminating terrorism nor even security, as it lost money and lives, but rather made Afghanistan a quagmire of conflict and death. And control, and if a state is established, will be limited to its members, and this will affect the political future in Afghanistan. It is possible that life will return to Afghanistan by changing the Taliban’s laws and strict approach and involving everyone in political decision-making. Restoring the psychology of the people in Afghanistan is a difficult matter that needs a lot of time and support to treat them. From the traumas of conflict, killing and death. Afghanistan can be governed by a joint government among all, including the Taliban, if the Taliban’s goal is not to monopolize power for itself. But there are many obstacles. It is not possible to recognize all the rights of the Afghans, because recognizing them is to provide them with it, so that will be somewhat difficult...States must stand by Rep. Afghanistan and support it so that it can return again as an integrated state. I think that some countries do not care about this problem because they do not have goals to make there. I think that the Taliban’s strict laws are nothing but domination and control in imposing their law, and I think that there are many opponents who do not want to be subordinate to the Taliban regime. Yes, there are many who spread corruption and seek to spread it for their political goals and in the Taliban so that that movement weakens and becomes unable to rule..At the present time, it is possible for the media to carry out their work, but on the condition of subordination to the dissemination of news and that what will be published is known before it is published on the media, meaning that the media He comes out to the people with what the Taliban agree to and what is consistent with their policies. There is no process that generates public money except financial support from countries. As for harming public money, there are many of them theft, corruption, money transfer abroad, bank robbery and many more. This is one of the most reasons that led to the weakness of Afghanistan. I expect the future of Afghanistan To remain unknown for a while if the parties do not agree to form a joint government whose goal is Afghanistan and its security

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  • British Council.jpg genuine_memory | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Dec 2021

    Is it possible to restore the psychology of the people living in Afghanistan to what it was before?? Yes,it is possible, but there are reasones to restore the psychology of the people in Afghanistan, which are as follows:1-The departure of an American, can, including it , to their homes, and not coming to America again.2- we can restore the psychology of the people by building and fixing the chaos they created, and this will make the Afghans feel happy and happy.3- And by making them happy, such as activating vital activities such as holding entertaining festivals full of love and warmth.4- And by providing security, stability and peace, and so that the psychology of people in Afghanistan can be restored.🙏🙏

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  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Dec 2021

    You said that it is possible for the state of Afghanistan to return to its reality as it was, if Afghanistan changes its strict rules and laws, but will Afghanistan be able to return to normal if the Taliban does not do this??

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  • British Council.jpg pioneering_wilddog | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Dec 2021

    Well,in fact , and in my opinion, that America will not return with weakness,.
    The establishment of a state, in fact, when thinking about this issue, and in the case of the Taliban, it will be almost impossible to do that, because if the situation remains in this state, Afghanistan will remain in a state of catastrophic instability, so imagine if it was a recognized state.and if it thinks of drawing up a plan, it must be one hundred percent confident of it, for it was satisfied with this humiliation after its exit from Afghanistan.
    Everyone knows that what is broken cannot be fixed, and so is Afghanistan, after the war, and the destruction, and what happened in it, no, it will not come back, and so are the people, they have suffered a lot, and no matter how much they try to forget it, it will not be completely erased from their memory, a gap will remain. Make them grateful that they are done with it.
    I'm not sure that could happen, (someone else controlling Afghanistan), but yes, there could be someone else involved in the matter, to make it more complicated.
    Well, I won't say much, and I would like to keep what is hidden is greater.

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    1. British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      pioneering_wilddog's comment 07 Dec 2021

      You said that the broken cannot be repaired, and thus Afghanistan cannot return to that as it was in its nature, but the broken thing can be reassembled, and this requires great work and effort as well, but this needs a strong adhesive so that the broken thing does not break again and so on Afghanistan needs a good leader who takes responsibility and also a people who can do this and this by uniting them.
      (This is my opinion, I hope I didn't bother you)

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      1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
        wondrous_flight's comment 07 Dec 2021

        What makes a good leader, wondrous_flight?

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  • British Council.jpg appreciative_pear | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Dec 2021

    Can women participate in Afghanistan? No, because after the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan, where women's rights were subjected to violations of their rights by the Taliban, as there are strict rules set by the Taliban, including depriving them of girls from going to school and universities, forcing them to wear the veil and forcing them to marry Taliban fighters, and this is a violation of women's rights

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  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Dec 2021

    The qualities of a good leader are intelligence, strength of character, setting correct future plans, and being concerned with consultation.

    Acumen: The leader must be clever so that he can face the risks in a correct way and be able to confront his enemies in the way they deserve.

    Strength of character: the leader must be in this capacity so that he can make people respect him and be able to carry out the orders issued by him without rebellion, but if he is not strong in character, it will happen like what happened in the Ottoman Empire.

    Develop future plans: the leader must be characterized so that he can not face any dangers in the near or far future, and also in order to build a state, he must think about the future correctly in order to make plans.

    Sharing opinion: The leader should take the Shura because it shows the opinions of people with wisdom and understanding and the opinions of people so that he can take the right decision and make people respect and love him.

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  • British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Dec 2021

    Well, in my opinion, all countries should stand by Afghanistan, especially the neighboring countries and the Islamic countries, but I will not deny the idea that some countries are hateful against it and do not want to stand by it, meaning that there are countries that do not like to interfere in the affairs of war and stand by a country. ....!

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