"They sat, then, they sat beside each other, smelling of each other, faces flushed pink, both of them stunned, both of them speechless before the enormity of what had just happened." "What they had done"(183)
The Fight Between Men
"The fellow at the politics table, a Pashtun, had called Ahmad Shah Massoud a traitor for "making a deal" with the Soviets in the 1980's"
"Tariq was the one who told her, for instance, that the militiamen stationed in the mountains sharped their marksmanship-and settled marksmanship-by shooting civilians down below, men, women, and children, at random"
Laila and Tariq are not allowed to have a relationship unless they were married
The Pashtun is being prejudice against Ahmad for something his people did in the past.
The social injustice is that the militiamen shoot random people for no reason