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    four coordinated terrorist attack by the Islamic terrorist group Al-Qaeda on the United States on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2011, the Bush administration declared a war in 2003 on Iraq. This invasion on Iraq cost many of the Iraqi people their everyday life and family members. Al Jazeera is a state funded broadcaster owned by the Al Jazeera Media Network based in Doha, Qater. It was founded on the first of November 1996 by Hamad bi Khalifa Al Thani. This news station cover thing from the point of view of the everyday Iraq citizens without the biases and propaganda shown to the citizens of United States. The news network in the United State only showed positive things about the United States and propagandas…

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    The Geography of Bliss: Summary of Chapter 4 (Qatar) At the very beginning of the chapter, Eric presents Saud bin Mohammed al-Thani, a seikh member of Qatar 's royal family that spent $1.5 billion on art masterpieces in a couple of years. The author wonders if the secret to happiness really is money, so he bought a plane ticket to Qatar 's capital city, Doha, where there are so many rich people. It 's at the beginning that he mentions what he concluded after visiting Qatar: “taxes are good,…

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    on terror. After the 9/11 attacks, United States president, George. W Bush launched the War on Terror and he had a number of supporters including Britain. However, Britain did not have a reason to go to war apart from alliances with the US. Therefore, many Iranians believed and many Iranian newspapers reported that the 7/7 attacks were done by the British government to give them a legitimate reason to go to war, and to further justify the war on terror. In the last 10 years, Muslim and Islam…

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    was the founder of al-Qaeda, the organization that claimed responsibility for the September 11 attacks on the United States, along with numerous other mass-casualty attacks against civilian and military targets. He was a Saudi Arabian, a member of the wealthy bin Laden family, and an ethnic YemeniA major component of bin Laden's ideology was the concept that civilians from enemy countries, including women and children, were legitimate targets for jihadists to kill.[51][52] According to former…

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    Bombing In Baghdad

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    for years now. This is what most Americans perceive of the Middle East as a whole. They imagine that the whole area is full of angry Muslims committing terrible acts like the one being described. They include a first hand account of someone experiencing what the aftermath of the devastation looked like describing a bloody horrible scene. Americans are picturing this in their head and thinking how terrible it must be to live in Baghdad and encounter this regularly. They go on to describe details…

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    What Is ISIS?

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    has currently been infiltrating our television screens and social media with threats and vulgar decapitation videos. ISIS power and territory grows at a very fast pace, alarming many nations to the point of fear, individual who have dealt with ISIS are in their mercy , often reduce to begging. ISIS have increasingly taking over states and other countries to amount their life and knowns. ISIS had plans with great recent activities around the world. THE BEGINNINGS OF ISIS In the year 2006 of…

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    The terror attacks conducted on the USA by Al Qaeda between 1990 and 2001 have had many serious impacts, not only on the USA but on the world as a whole. The Al-Qaeda group regarded their attacks as victorious, as they were damaging to their enemies; the US. For the US, the great loss of lives and safety was detrimental. The terrorism resulted in an ongoing war between Al-Qaeda and the US, which to this day takes many soldiers away from their families and out of their homelands to fight for…

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    A month later, the television station Al-Jazeera broadcasted Mohammad Siddique Khan speaking in pre-recorded video message, where he explained his motivations for becoming a “soldier”. “Until you stop the bombing, gassing, imprisonment and torture of my people, we will not stop this fight”. These were some of the words shown in the…

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    succession abroad London Underground trains across the city. The bombings left three different London underground trains in ruins. Around an hour later, around 9am a fourth bomb exploded on top of a double decker bus in Tavistock Square near Kings Cross. The bombers were later through investigation confirmed to be Muslim extremists. Three of the bombers were Pakistani-British Muslims and the last one was a Jamaican born Briton who was a convert to Islam. Further investigation into the…

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    has become known as, the “Bin Laden” method. The Bin Laden method has worked for years. It avoids leaving any digital trail, but of course still needs a human courier who can be tracked to his destination, as was the case with the al-Qaeda leader, killed by US Navy Seals in Pakistan in 2011 (Gardner, 2013). Since the death of Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda has had limited success as a terror organization as a whole. It has been said though, if Al Qaeda harnesses the social networking tools that…

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