Afghan Centres of Opposition

  • Anthony Hyman


The origins and development of opposition in the various regions of Afghanistan, as well as in exile, have been distorted often enough by rival (and conflicting) claims, as well as by shrill propaganda conducted from the interested regions and capitals. It is a complex subject, where simple judgements in black and white terms do not really apply, and where no one group’s actions, origins or guiding ideals are wholly good or wholly bad.


National Front Guerrilla Warfare Afghan Refugee Islamic Revolution Iranian Revolution 
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    D. Khalid, ‘Afghanistan’s struggle for national liberation’, in Internationales Asienforum (West Germany, 1980) vol. 2, p. 206.Google Scholar

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