DOI:​10.1515/9783112400098-006
Corpus ID: 156093720
Being Pashtun - Being Muslim Concepts of Person and War in Afghanistan
B. Glatzer
Published 1998
Political Science

Essays on South Asian Society, Culture and Polities (II)
Since its beginning the recent Afghan jihad was not only directed against an alien invasion and an imported ideology, but also against obsolete internal political structures which long before 1978… Expand
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