What explosives are used by taliban?
Any that they can find. TNT, C4 and Semtex are popular.
Whatever's available to them. Could be plastique, PETN, TNT, fertiliser..
Conventional explosives Nuclear explosives (both fission and fusion)
Taliban is not shia. Taliban members are Wahhabi which is a sunni sect. there is not relation between shia and Taliban.
He the leader of the Taliban, he organized and trained those that are in the Taliban
Whale parts are not used to make explosives.
Taliban is the correct spelling in English. طالبان is the correct spelling in Arabic, Dari, and Pashto.
No. Sulpuhric acid may be used in a chemical reaction with other things to MAKE explosives, but explosives do not contain sulphuric acid.
"Permissible" explosives are used. These are explosives that produce gasses upon detonation that are less toxic than ordinary explosives.
Most members of the Taliban were born in Afghanistan.
Taliban is not a place.
8) Which of the following are used to detect high-yield explosives?
When can flammable liquids be used for cleaning purposes near explosives of within an explosives area?
When authorized by TO
Taliban (طالبان) means "students" as the Taliban consider themselves the "students of the Qur'an and Shari'a (Islamic Law)."
Answer Yes, Taliban are still in Afghanistan.
Usama Bin Laden is the Taliban Leader
Taliban insurgency happened in 2002.
"Taliban" is plural. The singular form of the noun is "Talib." The word Taliban is a proper noun, the name of a specific group of people. A proper noun is always capitalized. The group of people known as Taliban is a fundamentalist Muslim movement whose militia took control of much of Afghanistan in 1995. The noun Taliban in English refers to this group, of which there is only one Taliban.
When can flammable liquids be used for cleaning purposes near explosives or within an explosives area?
when authorized by item TO
Explosives are used for mining purposes such as dynamite, military purposes like grenades, and for display as well as construction and demolition
The Taliban gained power in September 1996
The duration of Escape from Taliban is 2.77 hours.
The War in Afghanistan has not resulted in the elimination of the Taliban and they have regrouped within Pakistan. The fact that the Taliban has successfully resisted their annihilation is a point to them, but it is a far cry from "winning". The Taliban was pushed out of power and they remain out of power.
The Taliban is an extremist fringe of Islam. To give you an idea, I once heard it said that the Taliban is to Islam what the Ku Klux Klan is to Christianity.
even the current generation think of the taliban are wild, unfortunately there is not such a wild and dangerous animal comparable with Taliban wild animals.
The Taliban controlled most of Afghanistan in 1996.
the taliban killled over 3000 people
Because the taliban is stupid
It is their home. Most members of the Taliban were born in Afghanistan.
The Taliban are also not keen on the British.
In September of 1996, Osama was welcomed into the Taliban.
Escape from Taliban was created on 2003-02-14.
The "Taliban" did not exist in the 1800's.
Because the Taliban are funded by the US and British. All the Taliban in Afghanistan are pakistanies. They are there to destroy Afghanistan not to bring peace. Everything that you see on tv about the Taliban are fake. There is no such thing as the Taliban, they are all pakistanies killing innocent Pashtun people. I am not even an afghan but I know what the truth is regarding Afghanistan.
well...USA and other countries took control of taliban.
Actually, the Taliban formed in 1994 and were led by their leader Mohammad Omar. The Taliban emerged from a group called the Mujahideen that were led by Osama Bin Laden.
There are four main founders of the Taliban. The founders are Mullah Mohammed Omar, Hamid Gul, Abdul Ghani, Baradar, and Baitullah Mehsud. The Taliban was created in 1994.
In 2001, Afghanistan was ruled by the Taliban regime. The Taliban were good friends with al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden's terrorist organization, and let them hang out in their country. After the 9/11 attacks, the U.S. demanded that the Taliban hand over al-Qaeda's leaders. The Taliban naturally refused, so the U.S. invaded to remove the Taliban from power.
All explosives have nitrogen in them, and the nitrogen will offgas from the product. Bomb detectors work in part by looking for this nitrogen.
No.....because if they banned explosives, then we will have no fireworks :( x :) More importantly, even outside of military use, explosives are critical for modern civilization. Explosives are used extensively in the mining for minerals, and in drilling and extraction of various fossil fuels. They are also used in both construction and demolition of buildings and other infrastructure. Making explosives illegal to use would make many of these tasks harder, more expensive, and often… Read More
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Osama's relationship was good with the taliban, he was the leader By teddy
taliban offers refuge to osama bin laden
They don't. There is absolutely no connection between the Taliban and the London riots.
They are used to make explosives.
It's actually the government file name of terrorists, there is no taliban per say, no one group but the government started calling terrorist groups taliban so it stuck.
She protested against women's schooling rights. The Taliban had shut down many women's school and Malala protested against that. The Taliban shot her and her three friends.
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