40 Famous Afghanistan Quotes And Sayings

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Afghanistan Quotes

“In many parts of the world, especially Pakistan and Afghanistan, terrorism, war and conflict stop children to go to their schools. We are really tired of these wars. Women and children are suffering.” – Malala Yousafzai

“‎I know you’re still young but I want you to understand and learn this now. Marriage can wait, education cannot. You’re a very very bright girl. Truly you are. You can be anything you want Laila. I know this about you. And I also know that when this war is over Afghanistan is going to need you as much as its men maybe even more. Because a society has no chance of success if its women are uneducated Laila. No chance.” ― Khaled Hosseini

“The Afghan security forces will always have the help of the U.S. American military to ensure that Afghanistan never fails.” – Lindsey Graham

“Who are your favorite heroines in real life? The women of Afghanistan, Iraq, and Iran who risk their lives and their beauty to defy the foulness of theocracy. Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Azar Nafisi as their ideal feminine model.” ― Christopher Hitchens

“It is very clear that the people in Afghanistan do not want the Taliban back.” – Hillary Clinton

“First Afghanistan, now Iraq. So who’s next? Syria? North Korea? Iran? Where will it all end?’ If these illegal interventions are permitted to continue, the implication seems to be, pretty soon, horror of horrors, no murderously repressive regimes might remain.” ― Daniel Kofman

“After all the sacrifice in Afghanistan and Iraq, why do we find ourselves in a more dangerous world?” – Rand Paul

“Women in my country take their rights for granted and completely dissociate themselves from the women’s rights movement and feminism. But I think anything’s possible. If I don’t help the women in Afghanistan, they won’t be around to help me.” ― Cheryl Benard quoting Lorrie

I am ready to sacrifice everything in completing the unfinished agenda of our noble jihad… until there is no bloodshed in Afghanistan and Islam becomes a way of life for our people. Mohammed Omar

“Life is Too Short and Memories Are Forever!” ― Regulo Zapata Jr.

“I don’t think the war in Afghanistan was ruthlessly enough waged.” – Christopher Hitchens

“Despite everything that has befallen us, do we not continue to hold the destiny of this shattered and magnificent nation, together with the future of all our children-girls and boys alike-in the palm of our hands?” ― Greg Mortenson

“The men and women of Afghanistan are building a nation that is free, and proud, and fighting terror – and America is honored to be their friend.” George W. Bush

“The Afghan government is as corrupt as a prostitute with a law degree.” ― Craig Ferguson

“I’m saying 9/11 was to get us into Iraq and get us into Afghanistan.” Jesse Ventura

“The best thing we could have done for Afghanistan was to get out of our Humvees and drink more green chai. We should have focused less on finding the enemy, and more on finding our friends.” ― Craig M. Mullaney

“When you’re wounded and left on Afghanistan’s plains, and the women come out to cut up what remains, jest roll to your rifle and blow out your brains and go to your gawd like a soldier.” Rudyard Kipling

“How many senators have taken their conception of what America can do from what they’ve seen on the American movie screen?” ― Zia Haider Rahman

“Afghan society is very complex, and Afghanistan has a very complex culture. Part of the reason it has remained unknown is because of this complexity.” – Mohsen Makhmalbaf

“Afghanistan is more than the ‘graveyard of empires.’ It’s the mother of vicious circles.” ― Maureen Dowd

“Our presence in Afghanistan is not worth the price of any more American lives or treasure.” – Camille Paglia

“Afghanistan’s barren, ragged desolation moaned a long dirge of ancient wonder, the earth’s broken features ready to receive fallen horsemen, the lost traveller, and all the butchered tribes.” ― Zia Haider Rahman

“Ataturk sent several Turkish staff officers to Afghanistan, helped them build their own army.” – Bulent Ecevit

“We were not told how Alexander the Great was the last person in history to successfully ‘pacify’ what would become Afghanistan, over 2,000 years ago.” ― Jake Wood

“Gains achieved at great cost against our enemy in Afghanistan are reversible.” – James Mattis

“We can stay in Afghanistan and stabilize the situation, or we can get out and win, or we can get out and lose.” – Dinesh D’Souza

“Some have called Afghanistan ‘the graveyard of empires,’ and it probably is the graveyard of empires.” – James G. Stavridis

“The war on terror is the war in Afghanistan.” – Nancy Pelosi

“I want the American people to understand, we have a clear and focused goal: to disrupt, dismantle and defeat Al Qaeda in Pakistan and Afghanistan.” Stanley A. McChrystal

“Clinton has more important things to worry about. He not only risks being destroyed historically, like Afghanistan’s Buddha statues; he also could end up going to jail.” Ed Koch

“We can’t afford to leave Afghanistan to the Taliban and the terrorists.” – Condoleezza Rice

“I want the troops from Great Britain and the U.S. to be successful, but by the same token, Afghanistan has always been a screw-up.” – Clint Eastwood

“I think the emancipation of women in Afghanistan has to come from inside, through Afghans themselves, gradually, over time.” – Khaled Hosseini

“Several million people inside and outside Afghanistan are destitute and desperately in need of help.” – Lakhdar Brahimi

“Afghanistan must never again be a safe haven for terrorism.” – Julia Gillard

“Afghanistan is doomed if women are barred once again from public life.” – Khaled Hosseini

“I don’t think the Taliban will ever come back to take Afghanistan, no.” – Hamid Karzai

“Can that make any sense – a Belgian artist living in Mexico and working in Afghanistan?” – Francis Alys

“If there’s ever an example that military power alone cannot be successful in Afghanistan, I think it was the Soviet experience.” – Robert M. Gates

“There isn’t, even now, a great tradition of novel-writing in Afghanistan. Most of the literature is in the form of poetry.” – Khaled Hosseini


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