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Canadian Solider in Kandahar City

February 9, 2007

Canadian Solider in Kandahar City

Canadian Solider in Kandahar City

When the Taliban claimed power, they forced women to cover their entire bodies and stopped girls from going to school. They also brought a semblance of security to Afghanistan that has evaporated since the NATO invasion.

by Combat Camera, WO Sean Chase

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Semblence of security?

Interesting perspective. As long as NATO and subsequently the UN don't flee the country pre-maturely, there WILL be a semblance of security in that country some day. The Taliban never offered that unless security is possible in the total absence of liberty.

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