Many things cause war, stuff like Revenge, beliefs, Arguments, racism. There has be more than five five wars in Syria. Things that causes violence are are the people, the government, Islamic groups, and terrorist. The people that start wars are the pro-government,while the Islamic groups have constantly in war with the anti government terrorists have been attacking everyone.
Imagine living in a world with only war not knowing if you live to see the light of day the next day. I am going to tell you about everything that happens that you don't know. I am going to tell you about the Syria, Isis and the Kurds. Imagine how all these people feel about losing their family's to these bad groups.
Since the invasion of Iraq by the U.S. and its allies, a wide political disturbance has occurred in the Middle East. As a result, Iraq witnessed a strong resistance movement to occupation forces, and a terrible civil war. Also, since then, people of some other Arab countries such as Tunis, Egypt, Yemen, and Syria revolted against their corrupt and failed regimes. As expected, terrorists took advantage of this political environment.
Since the beginning of the Syrian war in 2011, many have fled the country and settled in the neighboring states, including Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, and Egypt. Currently, there are 4 million Syrian refugees registered in the region. By mid-2015, the World Bank’s estimated cost of the Syrian war for the Middle Eastern countries is $35 billion. This load is too heavy to endure, and this is why refugees have been aiming for European countries for a couple of years now.
Islamic terrorism is eating up large portions of the Middle East. The oil that, when we left Iraq, we should have taken, now ISIS has. And what they don't have, Iran has. I want to have the strongest military that we've ever had -- and we need it more now than ever -- but I said, "Don't hit Iraq. You're going to totally destabilize the Middle East. Iran is going to take over the Middle East. Iran -- and somebody else -- will get the oil."
Stop! Look around you for a second. What do you see? I see the government in every security camera I walk by. I see the government at every turn in an airport or at a sports game. They are everywhere I look. There are very little places now a day that you have privacy. It is getting very scary for our future because of the direction we are heading. It is getting to the point that everyone is living in fear. I would agree that security is good, but not when I can’t live a single day without thinking am I being watched.
The rising threat of terrorism went ignored by the US government when Osama threatened use of aircraft in an attack against the US (Langley, 69), and because the US wouldn’t acknowledge this, Osama naively believed that america was weak (September 11 attacks, n.p.) and stated that it is a muslim duty to kill americans (Langley, 44), America only makes it worse by trying to kill Osama, making it look like americans really are a threat to Islam (Langley,
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Bang, Boom, pow, THIS IS THE OSAMA BIN LADEN. If I was a ghoul, and of course I would be; then it would not be to hard to single out Osama Bin Laden at my name. He is the most bad of all the bad people. He also created his possessed terrorist organization and teared down the Twin Towers. Plus he crashed a plane into the Pentagon. He also fooled a lot of people into doing terrible stuff, and attempted plotting to crash a plane into the White House. When people contemplate of Osama Bin Laden people don't recall saying “of ahh what a cutie.” People pondered of the Big Bad Wolf, the meanest person of them all. People usually don't hear how atrocious he is because if they did they would be terrorized, they would not go on a to sleep at night.
When hearing somebody bring up Jewish refugees in the 1930 's some people think of the Holocaust and the Nazis. When hearing someone bring up Syrian refugees in present day some will think about terrorism and ISIS. Think about it, Syrians are in the same spot the Jews were in in the 1930 's, but the Syrians are getting treated much worse. There are many reasons for this.
After the 9/11 attack many Americans have come to realize what terrorism really is, but for the kids that 9/11 was history to here you go. Terrorism today is the use of violence usually against other countries aimed towards politics. Targeting terrorist leaders might not make much difference, but it is cheap, it is low risk for the United States (Fisher,par.18). According to Max Fisher’s article going after terrorist leaders isn’t always the best, well the U.S. did that for the 9/11 attack, we ended up killing Osama Bin Laden the man who planned 9/11 out. Terrorist groups like the Al Qaeda, ISIS, and the Jihadist are a threat to mankind.
On September 11, 2001 American lives were changed forever. With the attack of the World Trade Center being only one of the many attacks plotted by the Taliban on U.S. soil. After thirteen long years of fighting, the Taliban finally declared their defeat to the U.S. While many believed peace was finally possible, a bigger group was on the rise. Thought to come from similar Taliban beliefs, the rise of ISIS was born. In the time frame of sixteen years, what started as a small rebellious group in Iraq and Syria has now grown into a large fighting force dedicated to spreading their beliefs with brutal violence posing a concern to the whole nation.
Religious terrorism - is the most dangerous form of terrorism based on religious fanaticism. This phenomenon threatens not only the Middle East but also States that are far beyond the areas traditionally associated with the religion of the Prophet. (Mozaffari 2005, pp.34-36). One of the key actors in the Middle East was Osama bin Laden. With vast resources, bin Laden financed the Taliban. The main goal of bin Laden - the creation of a worldwide Islamic state, so it helps all associates worldwide. Christians are seen as colonizers and Muslims - the victims.
As the experience of the September 11 attacks has shown us, the world is becoming an increasingly dangerous place. In addition to the threat of terrorism, civil and international conflicts have created tension and instability in various regions of the world. These conflicts require that the United States, the world's most powerful country, defend democracy and our nation's interests wherever they are threatened. Currently, however, these conflicts are taxing our military forces beyond their capacity, putting our military and our nation in a dangerously vulnerable position. In these times of increased terrorism, we need a strong military that can be ready for action at a moment's notice. Maintaining a strong, well-staffed military is the only way our country can be assured of peace.
Homegrown Terror is violent acts committed by citizens or residents of a state against their own people or property within that state without foreign influence in an effort to instill fear on a population or government as a tactic designed to advance political, religious, or ideological objectives. This topic has been one of the most talked about in the presidential race. The politicians in the running, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, are often given the question about their solution with homegrown terrorism. All of their solutions that were mentioned on both sides, were both very interesting. But at the end, one of the solution, that Clinton made and it really stood out the most. The best solution for homegrown terrorism is to be united and at peace with the Muslim community and not