Analytical Essay: Problems With The Middle East

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Problems with the Middle East “Probably, no nation is rich enough to pay for both war and civilization. We must make our choice; we cannot have both”, civilian Abraham Flexner stated. Over millions of innocent and guilty lives were taken during the conflicts occurring in the Middle East. The problems in the Middle East have not only affected the civilians of the region, but also has affected the lives of people around the world and has called for involvement from other countries.
The major conflicts include the Afghanistan War, the civilians trying to overrule the government in Ukraine, the current ISIS crisis, and the major involvement other countries around the globe have put into the conflicts.
In early August of 1990, the leader of Iraq Saddam Hussein called for the attack on Kuwait. The United States and other countries around the world were called on to intervene the situation. Saddam Hussein pulled troops from Kuwait by the middle of January 1991. The beginning of the
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With all of the attacks the United States has done in Iraq, ISIS is gathering members from the Western nations to start deadly attacks at home. Members of ISIS are placed throughout the world always ready to attack. In Paris, a gunmen and other terrorists attacked Paris in January 2015. Also, a man from Ohio was arrested for planning to bomb the U.S. Capitol and found out the man was linked to the terrorist group. ISIS sent the United States a threat with all of the names of the United States military members the group is after next. With being a group branched off from al-Qaeda, ISIS has more experience than the United States does dealing with war and weaponry. The United States will not be ready for the major attack that comes to home, but once ISIS comes to the country nobody will be expecting it. That day will cause mass destruction that the United States will not be able to

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