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History of SovietAfghan relations
Ch Ill Whom have the Russians come to defend?
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Abdur Afghan army Afghan masses Afghan society Afghanistan aggression Amanullah Khan Amin armed forces Babrak Karmal border British Burhanuddin Rabbani cause Central Asia China Communist regime coup Daud Daud's Durand Line economic Engineer Gulbudin Hikmatyar exploit freedom-fighters guerrilla Habibur Hafizullah Amin Hindukush ideology imperialist India influence institutions interests invaders Iran Islamic movement Islamic resurgence istan Jamaat-e-lslami Jihad Kabul regime Kabul University Khalq King Zahir Shah Kremlin large number leaders leadership Leftist Marxist Middle East military Mohammad Moscow Muslim countries Muslim world neighbours organisation pact Pakistan Parcham party peace political Prime Minister pro-Moscow Prof programme Pukhtoon Pukhtoonistan issue Rahim Niazi realise Red Czars region religious River Oxus rulers Russians Samarqand Sayyaf Shariat faculty situation South Asia southward Soviet Russia Soviet Union subjugation Super-power Taraki Tashkent Tehrik-e-lslami transit facilities treaty Treaty of Rawalpindi Ulema Ummah USSR warm waters Western White Czars Young Muslims