Afghanistan History of Rights

By erik.v2
  • Treaty of Rawalpindi

    The Treaty of Rawalpindi was signed because, of this event Afghan celebrates their independence on August 19
  • King Amanullah Modernized Afghanistan

    King Amanullah moved to end his country's traditional isolation. He established diplomatic relations with most major countries and introduced several reforms intended to modernize Afghanistan.
  • New King

    Amanullah proclaims himself king and attempts to introduce social reforms leading to opposition from conservative forces.
  • Zahir Shah becomes king

    Afghanistan remains a monarchy for next four decades.
  • Constitutional Monarchy introduced

    This monarchy leads to political polarisation and power struggles.
  • Women Taking a Stand

    Afghan women were fighting for human rights and for social justice in Afghanistan.
  • New program called RAWA

    RAWA’s objective was to involve an increasing number of Afghan women in social and political activities
  • RAWA in Action

    This program became involved in the war of Resistence.
  • Afghans and the Soviet Union

    Taraki signs treaty of friendship with the Soviet Union.
  • School was not an option

    Over 88 percent of the Adult population had no formal schooling.
  • Mining in Afghanistan

    Afghanistan produced large amounts of natural gas and was preparing to exploit further other natural resource deposits. Natural Gas was the most important mineral resource and industrial product.
  • War is Over

    Soviet Union defeated by Afghanistan. More than 40,000 Soviets lost their lives not counting wounded or suicides.
  • Rufugee Population

    Afghanistan constructed the largest rufugee population in the world.
  • Aid is no more

    The United States and the USSR agreed to end military aid for both sides during the Taliban and Soviet war.
  • Liberation

    The Mujahideen take Kabul and liberate Afghanistan.
  • The Taliban Militia

    The Taliban militia are born, they advance rapidly against the Rabbani government.
  • Taliban has gained Control

    Taliban militia force President Rabbani and his government out of Kabul. After the capture of Kabul, the Taliban execute Najibullah.
  • Taliban try's to hide their killing

    Over 1500 bodies found buried after Taliban took over Mazar-i-Sharif.
  • United States steps in

    United States launches air strikes near the Pakistan border.
  • Joined Forces

    The Taliban became a sub army of Osama Bin Laden. Who began to pay the leaders of the Taliban and influenced the taliban Movement.
  • War on Terrorism

    The U.S. removed the Taliban regime but has not removed religious fundamentalism.
  • Nato takes control

    nato takes control over the security in kabul. Its first ever operational commitment outside Europe.
  • First Presidential Election

    Afghanistan held its first national democratic presidential election.
  • Barbaric Law

    Afghanistan passed a law permitting Shia men to deny their wives food and sustenance.
  • New Discovery

    The United States finds over $1 trillion in untapped mineral deposits. Do to the findings this could altar Afghans economy and the war itself.