Asked in AfghanistanDemographicsPopulationEthnicity
What is the ethnic group of Afghanistan?
Asked in Afghanistan, Terrorism, History of Islam
Why US forces cannot or do not want to wipe out the Taliban?
There's a lot more to military strategy than simply wiping the opposition out. The Taliban are formed from the majority ethnic group in Afghanistan - that ethnic group will continue to be there long after operations in Afghanistan have ceased, and are always going to have relevance in Afghan society. Could we bomb a whole mountain into oblivion for the sake of wiping out a few Taliban leaders? Certainly. But, it would alienate that ethnic group further, which would ultimately be detrimental to the mission in Afghanistan, which is not simply limited to unseating the Taliban and eliminating key Al-Qaeda targets, but also creating a secure and stable country within the borders of Afghanistan.
What are the three main ethnic groups?
Ethnic Group Number One: The group of people that believe that there should be more than three ethnic groups. Ethnic Group Number Two: The group of people that believe that there are three ethnic groups. Ethnic Group Number Three: The group of people that believe that there is no such thing as three ethnic groups. I proudly belong to Ethnic Group Number Three. Anyone care to join me?
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What is a sentence using the phrase 'ethnic group'?
Do the Taliban tribe come from the United Kingdom?
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What are the top 5 ethnic groups in Tennessee?
What is ethnic minorities?
An ethnic minority is an ethnic group that does not form a majority, or is not a subgroup of a larger ethnic group that forms the majority. An ethnic group is an identity based on common ancestry, language, religion, physical appearance and geography. Not all of those are required for an ethnic group, but some are. A minority is a group that does not form over 50% of the population, in a population where there is another group that does form over 50% of the population.