Should The U.S. Accuse Middle Eastern Countries For Supporting Terrorism?

Since the beginning of time, there has been good and evil.
Sometimes there would be a victory on the forefront of evil and sometimes
on the forefront of good. This battle between good and evil has changed
with time due to new technologies, new culture, and most importantly, new
causes. Some evils such as terrorism have changed radically with time.
Today, terrorism faces a worldwide attention and is claimed to be mostly
concentrated in the Arab World. The United States blames a majority of
terrorist attacks on the Arab World. However, the U.S. should not accuse
the Middle Eastern countries for supporting and executing terrorism because
the United States harbors terrorists herself, ...

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before McVeigh was sought out as being the
one responsible for the bombing the United States blamed a foreign, and
more precisely, a Middle Eastern terrorist organization for the activity
(26). However, the recently arrested terrorist, known as Theodore
Kaczynski, is also an American citizen who executed his evil plots on
Americans, from American soil. Moreover, Bruce Hoffman states in his book
Inside Terrorism that various other Americans who act as terrorists, live
and work on American soil (83). Americans such as Lee Harvey Oswald have
committed some events in the past, such as assassinations. Therefore, the
United States undoubtedly harbors terrorists who are responsible for most
of the terrorist attacks on American soil.
Since the end of the Cold War, the United States has lacked a major
rival in world power. The United States has always assumed the position of
the world police. In order for this policing to be successful, she needs
criminals to seek out and ...

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willing to fight and the United States did not mind using
this valuable resource to their advantage. After the end of the crisis,
the CIA did not retrieve their weaponry and the trained soldiers were left
with very new technology at their disposal. Moreover, in the lack of a
major opposing force, the United States exercises its power unjustly over
some Middle Eastern countries. The United States holds an assertive
position on imposing certain policies on terrorist supporti ng countries.
However, even after the country has removed any terrorist organizations
from within their boundaries, the United States does not reconsider their
condemning policies. Such is the case, says Richard ...

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Added: 6/17/2004 08:10:43 PM
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