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    Introduction After the terrorist attack in New York on September 11, 2001, Rudolph Giuliani wrote, “Much of your ability to get people to do what they have to do is going to depend on what they perceive when they look at you and listen to you. They need to see someone who is stronger than they are, but human too” (Giuliani, 2002). In the teachings of “The Fifth Disciplines” Peter Senge explains that this kind of leadership stems from personal mastery and the understanding that Personal Mastery…

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    Bush’s speech comforted the devastated nation by telling us acts of heroism and by telling us that we were going to get the men who did it. He wanted to comfort the nation because we were all affected by the tragedy of September 11th. He knew that we were confused about who did this and why anyone would ever do this. He comforted us by saying that the world was with us, supporting us and that we would never forget our nation’s national anthem playing at places such as Buckingham Palace, the…

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    Nostradamus: Real or Fake? The 9/11 terrorist attack, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the rise of Hitler. What if all these events was foreseen centuries ago? Well, supposedly Nostradamus did. Nostradamus was a French seer who wrote Centuries, a massive opus containing 10 volumes each having 100 predictions for the next 2,000 years. There has been a special interest in Nostradamus and his predictions in the past years, causing many arguments between believers and non-believers of his…

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    At the first time when I read about the Malcolm X, it recall me on some of the Sahabat of Prophet Muhammad that had made so many sacrifices in order to spread the truth of Islam. Malcolm X has been neglected because of the skin colour. Nowadays, being racist is such unacceptable thing to do regardless the religion. If we take this matter from the moral perspective, racist is injustice act and this will lead to violation of human rights. Racist also might lead the extremist to be more aggressive…

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    Dialogue has been one of the ideas that emerge from the very ancient time; the idea of Dialogue of Civilization, this theory is so pervasive and inclusive. The emergence of the idea of Dialogue of Civilization was on the same year as the 9/11 attacked in America. This event has shifting the first thinking about peace in to a war and violence. The idea of dialogue of Civilization comes from Muhammad Khatami he was the president of Iran before Ahmadinejad, his idea was driven by the idea of Clash…

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    on September 11,2001 tested Americans patriotism, and sense of security. On May 2, 2011 President Barack Obama delivered “On the Death of Osama Bin Laden” speech addressing the citizens of the United States, US Allies, and the world on the death of Al- Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. President Obama gave what the American people needed so desperately to hear: closure and justice. He was able to confirm the death of Osama Bin Laden, using Ethos, Pathos and Logos, thus persuading them to believe…

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    My Feudal Lord Analysis

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    A Psychological Analysis of Ghulam Mustafa Khar on the Basis of “My Feudal Lord” Research Objective My Feudal Lord is an autobiography of Tehmina Durrani highlighting her marriage with the famous political figure of Pakistan Ghulam Mustafa Khar also known as the “Lion of Punjab”. She openly talks about the fourteen years of emotional and physical abuse she endured in this marriage on the hands of Mustafa Khar . The political leader who may otherwise seem very charming and charismatic to the…

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    Persecution against American Muslims have soared to an all time high after 9/11 attacks. In Arthur Miller’s, The Crucible people are persecuted for “conspiring with the devil”. In the play, the minority is sought out and persecuted. This play was meant to represent the Red Scare in the 1950’s. The minority is sought out, oppressed, and treated unfairly by the authority. To accomplish my purpose of showing this of happening, I will describe the likenesses and differences between The Crucible, The…

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    They gather evidence from many different sources and put it together to show their own perspective of the event of September 11. Due to it being directed and made by an individual, it will contain some elements of bias because of the different views and beliefs that the director has. The evidence collected can contain indisputable and disputable facts. This can cause a distortion of the truth and create a new perspective. Some of the facts will be from individual memory which will also contain…

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    Combat Terrorism Essay

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    This team is know as the “Hunter killer team”. The team is made up of delta force, Rangers, USAF and Navy seals. This team is known for the cross over attacks on Seria and the death of many AL-Qaeda members. Another Famous counter terrorism unit is Seal team six who carried out the hit on Osama bin laden AL-Qaeda leader of the planned attack on September 11th in operation called Neptune 's spear. Other countries also have special units designed for countering terrorism. Counter Terrorism…

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