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World War with Terrorism

  • Mohamed El-Shibiny


Terrorism is global regardless of nationality, religion, or creed. It is apparent that threats from fanatic terrorists nowadays are more alarming than ever before. Militant terrorists choose their targets regardless of any national or international respect for human rights. Both non-Islamic and Islamic nations have suffered from terrorism since 9/11. The victims are the children and the people who have suffered.


Saudi Arabia Terrorist Attack Innocent People Suicide Bomber British Broadcasting Corporation 
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