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    launched a counter attack on Iran. The counter attack named Operation Desert Storm consisted of an aerial bombardment that demolished Iran communication networks, weapon plants, government buildings, roads, and bridges. U.S, British, French, Egyptian, Saudi, and Syrian soldiers eventually chased Iran out of Kuwait ending the Gulf War resulting in the capture and death of Saddam Hussein on December 30th 2006. 1990 and 1991 where two very prosperous and influential years. In 1990 the world wide…

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    In the twenty first century there has been a considerable amount of discussion debating whether or not the death penalty, the act of sentencing someone to death as punishment for a crime, should be re-introduced into Australia’s modern society. In these disputes people attempt to argue that the death penalty should be brought back as it is a deterrent against crime, however evidence proves that the death penalty should not be reintroduced into Australias society as it is cruel and inhumane Such…

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    Most of the time, foreigners are nice to people living in the country they are travelling to. This is because they allready expect to socialize with other cultures and other races from the moment they leave their country. However, how tolerant they are, actually depends on the culture they come from, wether is a conservative culture or an open minded one, and how used to they are to interacting with other cultures. In some cases, it depends on their beliefs, and how it is expected from them to…

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    1. The Canadian Magazine dispute could have different interest group over the issue. Let us put aside other concerns and look at from the cultural perspective. In any country there are common values and norms accepted by the general public. There are also some values which may only be respected by few groups or parts of the society. If the Magazine is not accepted by the majority of the Canadian people automatically it is the question of the sovereignty of the Canadian public in this case…

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    Operation Desert Storm Muck filled clouds of sand and burning oil was an everyday struggle. Gas masks were carried along with hazmat suits to ensure safety during a chemical attack. Operation Desert Storm was a war on Iraq because of the invasion of Kuwait. This war consisted of over 600,000 troops with the US owning around 74 percent of all troops. Desert Storm was needed in order to liberate Kuwait. This all happened when Iraq invaded Kuwait on August 2, 1990. While Operation Desert Storm was…

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    As an Iraqi national and an American citizen, I possess a unique perspective when contrasting the two countries. Growing up in Iraq I experienced and witnessed different forms of oppression and injustice. At the age of four, my childhood was stipped from me. My father was threatened, my neighbor was kidnapped and killed, and a missile hit my elementary school during class periods. Life in America might not be perfect, but I’m grateful and thankful to be living in such a wonderful country.…

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    killed, local law enforcement and intelligence agencies started an investigation. The agency found that all suicide bombers were non-citizens of the United States, and were originally from Syria, Saudi Arabia, or Canada. Section 1 of the new PROTECT-US Act 2017 states that any person from Syria or Saudi Arabia is prohibited from entering the United States unless the President personally approves of their entry in writing. This should be deemed constitutional based on the action of President…

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    America’s Fight Against ISIS The barbaric tendencies of jihadist terrorists and radical Islamist groups are now a common controversy among countries worldwide. Although these extremists have stood a long time, their conflict only recently escalated to violating international law. Following the tragedy of 9/11 and the invasion of Afghanistan, a new and improved organization, different than Al-Qaeda, becomes what the world now knows as ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria). The brutal violence…

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    f) Competing priorities: The primary barriers to taking action on screening were competing concerns, such as taking time to care for their families, daily schedules and “carelessness” (Ahmed, 2010) Among the most important competing priorities deterring women from screening included: too many other problems or worries, too busy and another physical problem. Montazeri confirmed that about 25% of patients with breast symptoms had a delay of more than 3 months before seeking help from a health…

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    I am living in a critical time in Saudi Arabia, a time that going through many changes in the Saudi society and culture. When I was growing up, it was not acceptable to doubt or question authority figures. People used to take whatever the government is saying as the only truth there is. I believe that it was a result of the education system in Saudi Arabia. The education system did not encourage the students to critically think and discuss simple matter as poetry, let alone current events that…

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