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ID number:825461
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Published: 08.06.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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The U.S. couldn't even get the backing of the UN, when it decided that it would invade Iraq. Many nations disagreed with the decision. Wars usually began because of disagreements between nations. The U.S. called for an early end to the war, but if this indeed is a continuation to the Holy War between Muslims and Christians, will there ever be an end?
Conclusion
The Holy War between Muslims and Christians will never end. September 11th was proof of that. It is virtually impossible for Muslims and Christians to live in a state of peace. The history behind the two religions doesn't permit that, and the on going feud between the two doesn't show any signs of slowing down. World War III may have started on 9/11. Maybe that was the beginning of the end. What do you think?

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