Should America Really have left?

Every issue has certain perspectives, but this pressing topic about Afghanistan can be more split.

America's Point Of View:

The war is too dangerous. so we should give military help and leave. However, this equipment cost billions of dollars and the Taliban got control over it.

Afghanistan's Point Of View:

The Americans are helping them, but they are still worried. They do NOT want America to leave, as they know the Taliban will come, although the Taliban signed a contract(that they will remain peaceful if America leave). After the Americans leave, the Taliban come.

My Point Of View:

I think America should have stayed in Afghanistan, and although they did disable some of their equipment, maybe make them a bit more secure. America should have also planted spies to monitor Afghanistan's safety, but they did not.

What do YOU think the Americans should have done?

Comments (5)

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

    There is a point I would like to make. you said that from your point of view you think that the Americans should have stayed in Afghanistan, but from my point of view I don't think this is correct because
    1- If the US forces remain in Afghanistan, this will not bring peace to the hearts of the citizens
    2- The American forces have already left Afghanistan after 20 years of destruction, and this step for the Afghans was a step of peace, and the return of Afghanistan to life began again, and the general peace and tranquility in the hearts of the people

    Now if you know that Afghanistan is currently only safe and happy with the departure of the American forces after a war that lasted 20 years
    This is just my opinion, I hope you understand what I said from my point of view

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    1. Cheam Fields logo alert_writer | Cheam Fields Primary Academy A | United Kingdom
      independent_technology's comment 22 Nov 2021

      Those are some very good points! You have backed up your opinion, and i agree with you ;D

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

    America left and left the country floating on a tin of fire, a collapsing economy, a miserable people, and an endless strife. Where is America from this product that it made in Afghanistan?? I believe that America has a duty to do a lot despite the end of its rule. It must provide material, moral, psychological and social support to the Afghan people and work to ensure that Afghanistan does not become a haven for terrorist groups. It must also commit to continuous support to the Afghan Defense Forces to reach the security stability that It is one of the most important goals on which the establishment of a strong state is based and able to confront terrorism, weakness and hunger. Afghanistan has the right to support and stand by it so that it can overcome a stage that is the most difficult ever because it is alone facing those difficulties, risks, threats and greed. Let America have a hand in preserving the stability of Afghanistan because it is the one who has destabilized That stability is now nonexistent

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    1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
      aware_painting's comment 03 Dec 2021

      You make some good points here, aware_painting. But what if American people don't want this? What would you say to them?

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

    If the Americans do not accept this, then let us remind them of the reason for the war on Afghanistan, which is the overthrow of the Taliban because it carried out the events of September 11, so let America gain time and learn from its experiences. This is not a threat, but to think about your security interests and live in peace. The reaction should not be a bit painful because, in my opinion, the Islamic movements are growing and nurturing in the quagmire of Afghanistan after America withdrew from it.

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