Impact Of Religious Beliefs On Both The Kite Runner And The Afghan Society

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Violence and human rights abuses, will therefore, continue as a common reality in Afghanistan, due to corrupted religious beliefs and weak governance.
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It is through these extreme religious beliefs of the Taliban regime, that the Afghan society inevitably suffered severely, particularly the education, health and welfare of the Afghan people. Education wise, an estimated 57 percent of current men and 86 percent of the current women are illiterate, and the lack of skilled and educated workers lead to a major economic disadvantage...
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