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War Against Terrorism Essay

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War Against Terrorism I took this article because I went to the CNN homepage and, no wonder, the first I saw was an article about the "new- or how the Talibans call it the holly war". So I chose to take it because I' m interested in all that what is gonna happen and what has already happen. Then now when I'm in the USA I can actualy talk with other people about this which are a part of this war, because in Switzerland we only see what happens on TV and nobody around you has got anything to do with it because Switzerland is a neutral state.I also took this articl because it has something to do with the last chapter about the foreign policy in the government book.This article is about the newest developments of the fight against terrorism from the Americans and from the fight against christianism, americanism and capitalism.It is not only about the attacks on Sunday and Monday, it is also about perhaps new acts of terrorism and the news in Americas defense-policy.In this article includes news from all over the world, for example from the Gazastrip where two Palestinians have been killed because they supported Osama Bin Laden and his attacks. It also says which countries support the USA and which country didn't like the military act from USA and Graet Brittain. It scares me a bit when I hear that there are countries from all over the world included because who knows what is gonna happen when it escaleids.It also shows statements from stateleaders and other famous politicians like Vladimir Putting, the President of Russia who said: "This time I think they [terrorists] miscalculated".I agree with this statement, but what I think is that this terrorists fight until they are dead And that no force on this earth will be able to destroy them all, because there will...

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