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    He is frantic to travel to the US in chase of the American fantasy. His frequent efforts to settle are shattered by way of his visa is continuously overruled. But after effects couldn 't become eviler he approaches through an Osama bin Laden (former Al-Qaeda Leader) look alike. Ali accesses a structure to fabrication a false Osama bin Laden video and trade that one to news stations by way of a revolution exclusive. Awkwardly there are severe consequences by way of the White House becomes convoluted and notices an obsessional secret agent on Ali 's…

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    Terrorism in The United States Americans have a stereotypical way of thinking when it comes to terrorism in the United States. When you think of terrorist you think of “Muslims”, you think of “al Qaeda”, and someone of Arab descent. While Stereotypes are stereotypes for a reason and it’s not right we have good reason to feel the way we do. Osama bin Laden and his deputy, Ayman al- Zahawiri, are Arabs. All 19 of the Sept. 11 hijackers were Arabs. The hate between Americans and Arabs to some…

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    Is Terrorism Justified

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    terrorism globally has invoked a string of United States military actions in response. Though these actions have been debated by pacifists to warmongers based on personal beliefs, Aquinas’s just war theory from Summa Theologica is the most impartial and distinguished method to justify or condemn the U.S. military’s involvement. There are numerous actions taken by the United States military that were, and still are, widely discussed; however, there is one action that has caused many Americans to…

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    Terrorism & Communication: Osama Bin Laden Style Terrorism has been around for ages and just like any common organization, the terrorist organization needs to have the ability to communicate amongst one another. A lot of the prominent terrorist organizations define themselves as international terrorist groups or organizations. Soldiers can attest that communication can be difficult on the same battlefield and families can attest that communication can be difficult in the same household. Now, try…

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    The other was headed for the white house but some brave passengers stop the hijacker’s and that had taken over the plane but the same fate was headed their way as the crashed to their death in Pennsylvania. Since those awful days, the hunt for Osama Bin Laden had started and the war against terrorism was heard around all over the world. With for more than ten years we searched for Bin Laden countless times with good people dying along the way to serve their country. They died protecting their…

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    Al Qaeda Essay

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    Al Qaeda With the war on terrorism becoming more and more violent, US officials are looking for a way to stop the violence that Al Qaeda is inflicting on the United States of America. Al Qaeda isn’t a new problem to the United States. Al Qaeda is defined as “a radical Sunni Muslim organization dedicated to the elimination of a Western presence in Arab countries and militantly opposed to Western foreign policy: founded by Osama bin Laden in 1988” (Dictionary.com). “In approximately 1989, bin…

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    Research Paper In 1979, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan supporting a newly elected communist government that was being threatened by traditional Islamic government officials. In 1981 Osama Bin Laden the son of a wealthy Saudi businessman crossed the border into Afghanistan to support the cause against the Soviet invasion. Bin Laden young member of the Islamic Brotherhood which believed in traditional Islam blended with 20th century government. In the beginning Bin Laden helped by raising…

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    Have you ever wondered why did Al-Qaeda launched a terrorist attack on the United States? If you really think about there really isn’t a reason. Why kill thousands of people just to become known as a person who killed thousands of people? That sounds kind of gruesome. Doesn’t it sound kind of stupid to kill yourself in order to kill others. Why can’t everyone in the world get along? I learned a ton of new things about 9/11 when I watched the video. One of them is that Ramzi Yousef Was planning…

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    Discuss the creation and evolution of al-Qaeda (25 pts.) The Creation of al-Qaeda officially begun during the Cold war around 1979 when Afghanistan was invaded by the Soviet Union. This became an issue for the United States, and the goal was to come up with a plan that involved pushing the Soviet union of out Afghanistan. The outcome of this event leads to the development of an organization for the international Muslim regiment that was formed to rebel against the invasion and eventually get…

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    Organisation’s structure and key leaders Some insight of al-Qaida’s structure: the individual groups of al-Qaida are coming up to be more organised, generating their own money from crimes and contacting the other groups when there is a need. Osama bin laden founded the al-Qaida in the year 1979 for the Arabian fighters. Even after a massive military operation in Afghanistan, he was still absconding for many years. He has been on air and was projected as the figure head of al-Qaida. Osama bin…

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