Guests: Dr. Laila Al Marayati Former President, Muslim Women's League Member of US State Department's Advisory Committee on Religious Freedom Abroad Part of US Delegation to the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China 1995 T. Kumar Advocacy Director for Asia, Amnesty International Peter Bergen Writer, The New Republic Former producer, CNN On Thursday, the US bombed a terrorist camp in Afghanistan as part of its war against terrorism. Osama bin Laden, the alleged mastermind in the US embassy bombings, has been given safe haven in Afghanistan by the country's ruling Taliban. Host Melinda Penkava and guests take a look at the Taliban Islamic movement and how it's changing Afghanistan.



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