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  • Attack On Iraq Report
    285 words
    DOWNING STREET DENIES 'ATTACK ON IRAQ' REPORT STONY Blair has denied reports that the US has asked Britain to provide 25,000 troops for a joint attack on Iraq. The Observer says the Government is considering joint plans to overthrow Saddam Hussein ahead of Mr Blair's meeting with US Vice President Dick Cheney. The newspaper did not cite the source of its information. A spokesman for Mr Blair's office said: 'No decisions have been taken, let alone any requests made. ' The Pentagon was not immedia...
  • Terrorist Attacks Against The Coalition
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    My Generation People throughout the world experience catastrophes, and contentment throughout their lives. Some incidences may impact just their lives, or even the world. People experience occurrences in their generation where only they could have an emotional connection. Ancestors, grandparents, and our parents have experienced situations in their lives, which we could only take a glimpse of. We see the photos, we hear the stories but we don't feel the emotions, which they experience during tha...
  • Attacks
    298 words
    Since late 2001 terrorist have been planning and carrying out brutal attacks on the USA, Indonesia and many other innocent countries. These attacks on innocent men, women and children have been executed by Middle East suicide attackers that are willing to give their lives for beliefs in which western countries such as America are "Evil". The attacks are planned for months and years before they are executed, they wait patiently and quietly until they believe it is the time to give up their life. ...
  • Iraq's Leader Saddam Hussein
    1,062 words
    The war against Iraq began on March 20, 2002, when the U. S lunched "Operation Iraqi Freedom". This was after President Bush called Iraq part of an "axis of evil", also calling the country dangerous which is threatening U. S with the world's most destructive weapons. The major phase of the war began when U. S troops marched within 50 miles of Baghdad with heavy aerial attacks on Baghdad and other cities. After the attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon which was believed to be the work of Al...
  • Inhumane Dangerous Country
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    American Hypocrisy With the current treatment of prisoners in Iraq America has suffered a major black eye in their image campaign in the country. With one of the primary reasons we attacked in the first place being that the prisoner abuse was unbelievably cruel and inhumane. Since it appears now that we are no better than the previous regime in the country it seems we only attacked to gain rights to their oil. We look like hypocrites who only attacked the country to greedily satisfy our own oil ...
  • Military Activity In Iraq
    611 words
    Military activity of the United States in Iraq, supported by armed forces of the UK and Spain, was initiated in March 2003, after a number of sanctions and political doctrines from the side of President G.W. Bush. In April 2003 united forces took over Baghdad and appointed a civil administrator Paul Bremer to control Iraq, as former ruler of the country Saddam Hussein was in hiding. Military activity has been unfolding all around the territories, accompanied by dreadful acts of violence, taking ...
  • Iraqi Air Defence Targets
    547 words
    The greatest threat to the United States of America lies not in the weapons of mass destruction being harvested in poor countries such as Iraq, but in the arrogance of her own government. For a year following the attacks on September 11 2001, the Bush administration has been making war-like speeches against countries such as Iraq, North Korea, and Pakistan concerning their 'build up of weapons of mass destruction. ' Such threats are now nearing true as the crisis in Iraq continues. The American ...
  • Attack On Iraq
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    In 2003, the U.S. army went to fight Iraq in order to destroy Saddam Hussein's reign and establish a new Iraq under a democratic reign. Ever since his declaration to attack Iraq, many organizations and millions of people all over the world gathered to protest against the decision and also to support it. The main reason that support the attack claims that Iraq is an important station in the international terrorism rachis. Other reason claims that although Iraq agreed to dispose their unconvention...
  • Butchering At Wounded Knee
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    Over one hundred and ten years ago a battle was fought at Wounded Knee. Thousands of Native Americans were tortured and killed in this horrifying event. Nearly forty years later Black Elk, a Sioux medicine man, told the story of his nightmare titled, "The Butchering at Wounded Knee". Throughout the reading of his story one can easily relate the Battle at Wounded Knee to the attack on Iraq that is occurring this year. Black Elk describes scenes that were almost identical to the stories reported o...

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