Rubin, Elizabeth
November 2001
New Republic;11/26/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 22, p20
Presents the author's account of her experiences while covering the war in Afghanistan. Preparation of the Northern Alliance soldiers to claim the capital of Kabul back; Prayer to Allah for victory; View that Taliban brought shame to Islam; Criticism of the U.S. for supporting Taliban in their formative years; Information on the fact that the Taliban were loosing their ground; Description of the march of Northern Alliance soldiers towards Kabul to wipe off the Taliban.


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