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The Afghan War began in 1979 when the Soviet Union intervened in support of the Afghan government. The war was fought by various Sunni factions against the more radical Mujahideen. The Mujahideen were eventually able to force the Soviet Union to withdraw from Afghanistan in 1991. However, the country remained in a state of instability, and the Taliban later regained control.

  • 00:00:00 The video shows how the Afghan War began in 1979, when the Soviet Union intervened. The Soviet Union had been occupying Afghanistan since the early 1900s, and the Afghan people had been fighting tooth and nail to get rid of them. In 1978, a Communist leader in Afghanistan was assassinated, sparking a revolution that eventually led to the overthrow of the government and the establishment of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan. This communist state was considered a satellite of the Soviet Union, and during the course of the war, the Soviet Union sent in troops to support the Afghan government. After the war, many Afghans felt left behind and betrayed by the Soviet Union. This led to the rise of the Taliban, a fundamentalist Islamic group that opposed the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan. In 1996, the Taliban took control of the country and began to implement Islamic law. This provoked strong resistance from the Afghan people, who formed resistance groups known as the Taliban. In 2001, the Taliban were forced out of power by the United States and its allies, and the Afghan people were finally free to practice their religion and live their lives the way they wanted to. The war in Afghanistan has been incredibly violent, with estimates suggesting that as many as 1.5 million people have been killed since it
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses how the Soviet-Afghan War started in 11 minutes. Various Sunni factions, such as the Jamiat-e-Islami, fought together against the more radical Mujahideen. One of the groups, the Haqqani Network, was led by a man known as "Betty" in the Shi'a branch of Islam. The Soviet Union provided more modern weapons, such as helicopters, to the Afghan government's ally, Pakistan, in order to weaken the influence of the Mujahideen. The Mujahideen fought back with guerilla warfare, which was incentivized by the United States during the Reagan administration. The Soviet Union withdrew from Afghanistan in 1991, after five years of fighting, leaving the country in a state of political and military instability. The Taliban, a faction of the Mujahideen, later regained control of the country.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the Afghan War, which began in 1979. The reasons for the war include reports of massacres, torture, and civilian deaths, as well as the Soviet Union's declining economy at the time. The war is remembered through the 1980 Moscow Olympics, during which nearly 60 countries boycotted the games in protest. Afghanistan was one of these countries.

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