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THE FACTS :NAME: AfghanistanLOCATION: AsiaGOVERNMENT: Islamic republicOFFICIAL LANGUAGE: Afghan Persian or Dari (official) 50%, Pashtu (official) 35%, Turkic languages (primarily Uzbek and Turkmen) 11%, 30 minor languages (primarily Balochi and Pashai) 4%.MAJOR RELIGION(S): Sunni Muslim 80%, Shi'a Muslim 19%, other 1%.MAJOR ETHNIC GROUPS: Pashtun 42%, Tajik 27%, Hazara 9%, Uzbek 9%, Aimak 4%, Turkmen 3%, Baloch 2%, other 4%.Greetings:Men greeting Men - Men usually shake hands when greeting one another during an initial meeting as well as in formal situations. Hugging and backslapping are common greetings among friends and family members. Some may exchange kisses on the cheek.Women greeting Women - Women generally kiss each other, starting with the left cheek and then switching to the right cheek. Some will kiss one cheek, but most kiss two or four or even up 8 times (alternating cheeks). A handshake is common for initial meetings.Greetings between Men and Women - If a woman wishes to shake hands with a man, she should extend her hand first. It is common for men and woman to exchange verbal greetings when first meeting in social situations. It generally not acceptable for women to touch men in public.Note: Greetings are very important and usually consist of a lengthy exchange of questions regarding your health, the well-being of your family and general pleasantries. Asking someone a direct question without going through the greeting questions first, is usually considered very rude. Communication Style:Afghanis tend to favor a mix of indirect and direct communication style.When speaking to elders and members of the opposite sex, the style is mostly indirect.When speaking to people one's own age or younger, the style is usually direct.Personal Space & Touching:At least an arm's length of personal space is common when speaking to members of the opposite gender. This space tends to be closer with members of the same gender.Male friends often walk holding hands or with their arms around each other, but men and women hardly ever display any form of physical affection in public.Between friends and family members of the same gender, touching of the shoulders, and back slapping are common during conversations.There is no touching between genders after the initial handshake, and only if the woman offers her hand.Eye Contact:Direct eye contact is usually the norm between members of the same gender and age.Indirect eye contact is usually the norm when speaking to elders and members of the opposite gender.Views of Time:Afghanis view time as something flexible. They put more emphasis on people and relationships, rather than the meeting of deadlines and keeping to set schedules.With shop owners and merchants, punctuality isn't usually valued but in business situations punctuality is expected.Gender Issues:Work opportunities for women are limited depending on social class.Afghanistan is a patriarchal society. Women are restricted in many ways by their men and always do what they say.Women are still expected to do most if not all of the cooking and cleaning, along with the child rearing.Women are expected to keep their heads covered in public. This is not usually the case for foreign women, but it may be appreciated.Gestures:People usually point towards something using the index finger.Hooking the index fingers hand fingers together indicates an agreement with each other.Use the right hand to give and receive objects and to shake hands.Thumbs up means OK, cool, positive, good-luck, thanks, you're cool, I agree. Thumbs down means the opposite.It is polite to take your shoes off when entering homes, offices, and most places of worship.Taboos:Don't point the toe or heel or any part of the foot at any person. Don't show the sole of your foot or use the foot to move anything as it is viewed as the lowliest body part.It is very rude for men and women to show affection to each other in public.Avoid raising your voice or yelling at someone in public.Avoid winking as it is generally construed as a come on.It is polite to accept offer of tea when visiting homes and some offices. Rejecting the offer will most likely result in offending the person offering.Law & Order:The legal smoking age is 18 but it is not enforced at all. Cigarettes and cigars are readily available. Being in possession of small quantities of drugs will be subject to fines and/or jail or alternative penalties such as community service or drug treatment. However, as a foreigner could be deported or sent to jail depending on the situation. If you are caught trying to take drugs in or out of the country, it is an automatic jail sentence. Videos & Other Stuff:Afghans are normally very friendly and affectionate, especially men with men. It is customary to offer guests food and welcome people into their home and spend time talking to them.

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