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U.S. Terrorism

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The United States has become the target of the most recent terrorist attacks





because of it’s political involvement in the middle east. The United States has had





involvement in the middle east ever since before the Gulf War which took place in





the early 1990’s. Their involvement began   in the early 80’s when they were called





to help out Isreal, an ally which was being harrasses by Palestine. Their presence





has been felt there since and the U.S. has acted like International Police.





The presence of the United States has been felt in that region of the





middle east since the 1980’s and has upset certain groups of muslims who do not





want them there. The U.S. first became involved in the middle east when it finally





recognized the Palestinian Liberation Organization (P.L.O.), an organization





which was developed to help the Palestinians try to recover land that they lost





when the country of Isreal was created in 1948. The United States foreign policy





limited the P.L.O.’s success because it made of certain rules that the P.L.O. had to





follow before the U.S. finally recognized it as being the representative of all





Palestinian Arabs. The P.L.O. had to accept the existence Isreal as a





state,withdraw troops from Isreal, and to live in peace within secure and





recognized boundaries. This did not set well with the P.L.O. They refused to





accept Isreal as a state and in return the Americans did not regcognize the P.L.O.





as an organization but stil kept troops there to try and keep the peace. This is





where the U.S. first seen signs of terrorism. There were bombings, hi-jackings,





and shootings...

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