Islam and Resistance in Afghanistan

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Cambridge University Press, 22.11.1990 - 270 Seiten
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In this newly updated edition, Olivier Roy expands his penetrating study of the history, ideology and structures of the Afghan resistance movement to mid-1989. He examines the evolution of the military and political situation inside Afghanistan during the last years of the Soviet presence and discusses relations between the Afghan resistance and the Islamic fundamentalist movements. The situation created by the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan is also explored and in a new conclusion Professor Roy assesses to what extent the war has altered the traditional fabric of Afghan society.
 

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Acknowledgements page x
1
State and society in Afghanistan
10
Islam in Afghanistan
30
The origins of Afghan fundamentalism and popular movements up to 1947
54
The Islamist movement up to 1978
69
The communist reforms and the repression 19789
84
The uprisings 19789
98
The establishments of political parties 11o 8 The development of the parties between 1980 and 1984
127
Military operations
189
The conflict from 1986 to the Soviet withdrawal
207
an assessment
215
Afghan politics and the outside world
228
The resistance parties
235
Glossary
237
Chronological table
246
Notes
248

The role of the Shia in the resistance
139
Society and the war
149
From freedom fighter to guerilla
172

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