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1 Afghanistan's History 1 Before Islam Islamic Conquest From the Mongol Invasion to the 19th Century Development of the Modem State from Early 1900s to the Taliban Rule 2 The Mujahideen 10 Burhanuddin Rabbani Ahmad Shah Masoud Gulbuddin Hekmatyar Younus Khalis Abd al-Rab Rasul Sayyaf Sayyed Ahmad Gailani Nabi Mohammadi Ayatollah Mazari 3 The Taliban's Islamic Theology 26 The Hanafite School Students, Schools, and Curricula Sources of Influence on the Taliban's Islam 4 Political Infrastructure of the Taliban Rule 44 Allah's Governments Contemporary Political Administrations of Allah Iranian Example Saudi Example The Taliban Socio-Political Doctrine The Taliban and Democracy 5 The Taliban and Economy 63 Economic Development and the Islamic World A Theological Insight to the Islamic Economy Grounds for Culmination of the Islamic Economy The Economy in Conformity with Other Islamic Systems Resilience of the Islamic Economy Afghanistan's Economic Account Economic Significance of Afghanistan at Ancient Times Afghanistan's Economic Resources Economic Administration until 1994 Taliban's Economic Agenda Drug Business and Taliban Economy Grounds for Western Investment in Afghanistan Afghanistan's Natural Resources Historical Oil and Gas Survey Energy Sector under the Taliban Climate Transportation Communications 6 Social Order and Human Rights under the Taliban 98 Taliban and Education Ethnic and Religious Minorities Civil Rights Women and the Taliban Rule 7 The Taliban and Afghanistan's Neighbours 111 Export of the Islamic Caliphate The Taliban and Pakistan The Taliban and Iran India and China. Central Asian Neighbours of Afghanistan 8 Bin Laden 134 Bin Laden's Life His Outlook Bin Laden and the Fatwa against the US American and Taliban Row over Bin Laden 9 A Word on the Taliban-UN Dilemma 143 Conclusion 147Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Afghanistan Politics and government 1989-2001, Taliban, Islamic fundamentalism Afghanistan, Islam and state Afghanistan, Islam and politics Afghanistan