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Afghanistan in pictures: The euphoric life under Islamic Sharia


Allahu-Akhbar! Looks like paradise.

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Afghan families receive winter aid from Islamic charity Ummah Welfare Trust in Kandahar, Afghanistan, 18 February 2016. Although Afghanistan's economy has reportedly improved, the country still relies on foreign aid for more than 90 per cent of national income, and ongoing unrest which has increased with the partial withdrawal of foreign troops January 2015 has further damaged potential for economic growth. (Photo by Muhammad Sadiq/EPA)

Afghan families receive winter aid from Islamic charity Ummah Welfare Trust in Kandahar, Afghanistan, 18 February 2016. Although Afghanistan’s economy has reportedly improved, the country still relies on foreign aid for more than 90 per cent of national income, and ongoing unrest which has increased with the partial withdrawal of foreign troops January 2015 has further damaged potential for economic growth. (Photo by Muhammad Sadiq/EPA)

An Afghan woman sits with a girl begging for money, in front of a wall with a Persian sentence that reads,“Child is life, do not exchange her/him with money”, in Mazar-i Sharif, northern of Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, January 31, 2016. (Photo by Shiwa Kiyanosh/AP Photo)

An Afghan woman sits with a girl begging for money, in front of a wall with a Persian sentence that reads,“Child is life, do not exchange her/him with money”, in Mazar-i Sharif, northern of Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, January 31, 2016. (Photo by Shiwa Kiyanosh/AP Photo)

A girl holds onto a railing overlooking Kabul city, Afghanistan January 31, 2016. (Photo by Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

A girl holds onto a railing overlooking Kabul city, Afghanistan January 31, 2016. (Photo by Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

Afghan women wearing burqas walk past a “SHARP” store in Kabul, Afghanistan, February 18, 2016. (Photo by Omar Sobhani/Reuters)

Afghan women wearing burqas walk past a “SHARP” store in Kabul, Afghanistan, February 18, 2016. (Photo by Omar Sobhani/Reuters)

An Afghan man works in a small sweets factory in Kabul, Afghanistan February 22, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

An Afghan man works in a small sweets factory in Kabul, Afghanistan February 22, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

An Afghan man holds balloons for sale in Kabul, Afghanistan February 22, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

An Afghan man holds balloons for sale in Kabul, Afghanistan February 22, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

An Afghan man works in a small sweets factory in Kabul, Afghanistan February 22, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

An Afghan man works in a small sweets factory in Kabul, Afghanistan February 22, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

An Afghan National Army (ANA) soldier watches two men pass by on a motorcycle at a checkpoint on the outskirts of Jalalabad province, Afghanistan, in this June 29, 2015 file photo. NATO advisers want Afghan soldiers to spend less time manning checkpoints and more taking the fight to Taliban militants, a key tactical shift the coalition hopes will enable local forces to quell a rising insurgency. (Photo by Reuters/Pariwz)

An Afghan National Army (ANA) soldier watches two men pass by on a motorcycle at a checkpoint on the outskirts of Jalalabad province, Afghanistan, in this June 29, 2015 file photo. NATO advisers want Afghan soldiers to spend less time manning checkpoints and more taking the fight to Taliban militants, a key tactical shift the coalition hopes will enable local forces to quell a rising insurgency. (Photo by Reuters/Pariwz)

A man exercises in the early morning on a hilltop overlooking Kabul, Afghanistan March 3, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

A man exercises in the early morning on a hilltop overlooking Kabul, Afghanistan March 3, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

A man walks with a cage of quails on a hill in Kabul, Afghanistan March 3, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

A man walks with a cage of quails on a hill in Kabul, Afghanistan March 3, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

Afghan girls play on a swing in Kabul, Afghanistan March 7, 2016. (Photo by Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

Afghan girls play on a swing in Kabul, Afghanistan March 7, 2016. (Photo by Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

Afghan children play on a swing in Kabul, Afghanistan March 7, 2016. (Photo by Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

Afghan children play on a swing in Kabul, Afghanistan March 7, 2016. (Photo by Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

An Afghan man holds sweats for sell on his head in Kabul, Afghanistan March 7, 2016. (Photo by Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

An Afghan man holds sweats for sell on his head in Kabul, Afghanistan March 7, 2016. (Photo by Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

An Afghan man holds balloons for sale in Kabul, Afghanistan March 8, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

An Afghan man holds balloons for sale in Kabul, Afghanistan March 8, 2016. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

A man makes bread in a bakery shop in Jalalabad, Afghanistan March 8, 2016. (Photo by Reuters/Parwiz)

A man makes bread in a bakery shop in Jalalabad, Afghanistan March 8, 2016. (Photo by Reuters/Parwiz)

Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers take a break after patrolling in Dand Ghori district of Baghlan province, Afghanistan March 15, 2016. (Photo by Omar Sobhani/Reuters)

Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers take a break after patrolling in Dand Ghori district of Baghlan province, Afghanistan March 15, 2016. (Photo by Omar Sobhani/Reuters)

Afghan children hold the holy Koran as they go to a madrasa (religious school) in Dand Ghori district in Baghlan province, Afghanistan March 15, 2016. (Photo by Omar Sobhani/Reuters)

Afghan children hold the holy Koran as they go to a madrasa (religious school) in Dand Ghori district in Baghlan province, Afghanistan March 15, 2016. (Photo by Omar Sobhani/Reuters)

In this photograph taken on February 22, 2016 Afghan boys play with a tyre outside their house in the Zhari district of Kandahar province. (Photo by Javed Tanveer/AFP Photo)

In this photograph taken on February 22, 2016 Afghan boys play with a tyre outside their house in the Zhari district of Kandahar province. (Photo by Javed Tanveer/AFP Photo)

An Afghan laborer uses machinery to fluff raw cotton of a bale for use in making pillows and mattresses, at his traditional shop in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, February 9, 2016. (Photo by Massoud Hossaini/AP Photo)

An Afghan laborer uses machinery to fluff raw cotton of a bale for use in making pillows and mattresses, at his traditional shop in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, February 9, 2016. (Photo by Massoud Hossaini/AP Photo)

An Afghan burqa clad woman begs on a roadside in Kabul, Afghanistan, 10 February 2016. Although Afghanistan's economy has reportedly improved, the country still relies on foreign aid for more than 90 per cent of national income, and ongoing unrest which has increased with the partial withdrawal of foreign troops January 2015 has further damaged potential for economic growth. (Photo by Hedayatullah Amid/EPA)

An Afghan burqa clad woman begs on a roadside in Kabul, Afghanistan, 10 February 2016. Although Afghanistan’s economy has reportedly improved, the country still relies on foreign aid for more than 90 per cent of national income, and ongoing unrest which has increased with the partial withdrawal of foreign troops January 2015 has further damaged potential for economic growth. (Photo by Hedayatullah Amid/EPA)

An Afghan woman holds a child as she begs on a bridge in Kabul on February 16, 2016. (Photo by Wakil Kohsar/AFP Photo)

An Afghan woman holds a child as she begs on a bridge in Kabul on February 16, 2016. (Photo by Wakil Kohsar/AFP Photo)

Afghan men work at iron factory in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, 22 February 2016. Although Afghanistan's economy has reportedly improved, the country still relies on foreign aid for more than 90 per cent of national income, and ongoing unrest which has increased with the partial withdrawal of foreign troops January 2015 has further damaged potential for economic growth. (Photo by Ghulamullah Habibi/EPA)

Afghan men work at iron factory in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, 22 February 2016. Although Afghanistan’s economy has reportedly improved, the country still relies on foreign aid for more than 90 per cent of national income, and ongoing unrest which has increased with the partial withdrawal of foreign troops January 2015 has further damaged potential for economic growth. (Photo by Ghulamullah Habibi/EPA)

Afghan orphaned children whose parents during the war in Afghanistan, read books at a school hostel room, in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, 25 February 2016. The United Nations says more than 11,000 civilians were killed or wounded in violence in Afghanistan in 2015, making it the worst year for civilian casualties since the organization began compiling the statistics in 2009. (Photo by Ghulamullah Habibi/EPA)

Afghan orphaned children whose parents during the war in Afghanistan, read books at a school hostel room, in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, 25 February 2016. The United Nations says more than 11,000 civilians were killed or wounded in violence in Afghanistan in 2015, making it the worst year for civilian casualties since the organization began compiling the statistics in 2009. (Photo by Ghulamullah Habibi/EPA)

Afghan women attend a ceremony to mark the World Women's Day in Herat, Afghanistan, 08 March 2016. International Women's Day marked on 08 March every year. (Photo by Jalil Rezayee/EPA)

Afghan women attend a ceremony to mark the World Women’s Day in Herat, Afghanistan, 08 March 2016. International Women’s Day marked on 08 March every year. (Photo by Jalil Rezayee/EPA)

Afghan horse riders compete for the goat during a friendly buzkashi match on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, February 25, 2016. Buzkashi is a traditional and the national sport of Afghanistan, where players compete to place a goat carcass into a goal circle. It was banned during the Taliban rule. (Photo by Rahmat Gul/AP Photo)

Afghan horse riders compete for the goat during a friendly buzkashi match on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, February 25, 2016. Buzkashi is a traditional and the national sport of Afghanistan, where players compete to place a goat carcass into a goal circle. It was banned during the Taliban rule. (Photo by Rahmat Gul/AP Photo)

An  Afghan vendor display fish for sale along the Kabul-Jalalabad highway in Sorubi district of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, February 1, 2016. (Photo by Rahmat Gul/AP Photo)

An Afghan vendor display fish for sale along the Kabul-Jalalabad highway in Sorubi district of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, February 1, 2016. (Photo by Rahmat Gul/AP Photo)

An Afghan woman carries a sack of firewood on her head in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, January 27, 2016. (Photo by Rahmat Gul/AP Photo)

An Afghan woman carries a sack of firewood on her head in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, January 27, 2016. (Photo by Rahmat Gul/AP Photo)

Afghan Muslim girls read the Quran, Islam's holy book, at a mosque in Kandahar south of Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, March 2, 2016. (Photo by Allauddin Khan/AP Photo)

Afghan Muslim girls read the Quran, Islam’s holy book, at a mosque in Kandahar south of Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, March 2, 2016. (Photo by Allauddin Khan/AP Photo)

Afghan boy Hizbullah, 10, walks as he looks for customers to buy his balloons on the streets of Mazar-i-Sharif on February 3, 2016. (Photo by Farshad Usyan/AFP Photo)

Afghan boy Hizbullah, 10, walks as he looks for customers to buy his balloons on the streets of Mazar-i-Sharif on February 3, 2016. (Photo by Farshad Usyan/AFP Photo)

An Afghan man, shows off his horse riding feat to attract people for a ride on Nadir Khan hill in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, March 6, 2016. (Photo by Rahmat Gul/AP Photo)

An Afghan man, shows off his horse riding feat to attract people for a ride on Nadir Khan hill in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, March 6, 2016. (Photo by Rahmat Gul/AP Photo)

9 thoughts on “Afghanistan in pictures: The euphoric life under Islamic Sharia

  1. Most of these people would gladly behead you, jost because you are an infidel.
    If anyone deserves aid , is the christian communities in the Middle East, which are systematically wiped out by the practitioners of the ” religion of peace”

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  2. well, what amazes me is that the left-wing-leaning European feminists (who have opposed male domination, rightfully so), now fight to let these inbreds in, which will be their own downfall…. are they blind or just plain stupid?….

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  3. Hamed Abdul Samed explains this best. The Islamic economy is based on looting and pillaging, distributing of booty of banditry, the extortion of the opposed people they control and human trafficking (slavery) simply because they was how Islam was born and how Islam grew and propagated which is why all the Islamic world occupy the bottom half of the economic tables unless there are natural resources to exploit. The secularised Turkey under Kamal Ataturk comes closest to being developed and economically progressive. Therefore those understating or the control of Jihadists will be far worse.

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  4. While it is indeed sad to witness such poverty anywhere it is found, and it is naturally within our nature to want to help. But this ancient culture has chosen it’s way of life
    and is simply reaping what it has sown for so long. This is the fruit of their labor for which they are known and a corruptible seed that will not be scattered by the winds of confusion into the gardens of the west.

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    • And we are importing this life style to the West in particular Europe. You are absolutely right Frank. These people know no other life since they simply don’t use their minds for any useful purposes other than following an ignorant Imam. And Merkel is destroying our societies. The German who thought integration was a good thing has I have come to the conclusion has been misunderstood. Orientals have been living in Europe for centuries and certainly enrich our societies, just look at all the China Towns around the world! The Oriental IQ is very high and further more Orientals are not dominated by an antiquated religion, as is Islam. Merkel just wanted a bloody prize and I feel she should be robbed of it and tried for treason against Europe. All European nations could indeed come together (it is a pity Britain opted out of the EU) probably led by France & Britain jointly indict Merkel under law and put into statute Muslim black & Arab, Iranian refugees refused asylum. Refugees from Middle East will only be Jews & Christians Yazidis etc etc. as we did in WWII. When will this diabolical crisis ever end?

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  5. Yeah I would say Afghanistan has achieved the Imams’& Quran’s mandate that “Islam is not fun” – What a joyless society … What a soulless society.

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