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Sayed jalal

Anthropologist based in Kabul, Afghanistan. Focusing on Education, Good Governance, Rule of Law and Social Development. Follow on Twitter @jsaeedsh
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Kabul’s Dark Nights and the Dream of a New Silk Route

By Sayed Jalal

With the deterioration of the security situation in Afghanistan, how feasible the Turkmenistan, Afghanistan Pakistan and India (TAPI) gas pipeline project will be?

Gang Rape Cases in Afghanistan: Healing the Broken Bone

By Sayed Jalal Of course there used to be occasional rape cases in Afghanistan, but the recent trends, in a very ugly and overt way, reveal the darker side of a traditional patriarchal society. These trends also tell us that social morality is in sharp decline. From juvenile rapes by Mullas (Religious scholar) in mosques (Masjid), to rape of daughters by fathers and animal rapes.

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