Pashtunwali Who Is A Pashtun
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- Select Cross-Cultural and Historical Personifications of Death
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- Am I Damned?: Part 1
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- Our Pagan Village: The Importance and Persuit of Honor
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- The Pagan Origins Of Christian Mythology
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- Looking For The Hub Of The Sacreed Wheel: Part 1
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- The Killing of Warren Weinstein
- In his next talks with the captors, the Pakistani go-between made them swear — on the Quran and by the Pashtunwali, a tribal code of the Pashtun ethnic group — that they would honor their promises to deliver Weinstein once the money changed hands.
- Discrediting in the name of religion
- “Fazlullah exploited this ignorance,” Malala adds. She also says, “Holy Quran clearly says it is wrong to kill.” Similarly, Malala does not mince words when she says, “I have problems with our Pashtunwali code.
- Understanding Pashtunwali
- Dating back to the pre-Islamic era, Pashtunwali is the code of conduct every proud Pashtun follows, may he live in Afghanistan, Pakistan, or as a refugee anywhere in the world. The native Pashtun is fiercely independent and loyal.
- Afghans See a Collapse of Tradition in a Spate of Devious Attacks
- Many Afghans find it hard to reconcile such attacks, especially in the Pashtun heartland of Helmand, with Pashtunwali, which prizes hospitality, righteousness, bravery in battle, loyalty and respect for self and others.
- The Graveyard of Caliphates
- ISIS has undermined its prospects by criticizing Pashtunwali, the tribal code to which Pashtuns—the majority of the Taliban fighting force—adhere. In Dabiq, ISIS also criticized Deobandi Islam, the Taliban's prevailing school of Islamic thought.