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Will it the 'War on terror' be a success?
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War on Terror - will the final result be a success?
The 'War on Terror' is widely criticised though out the varying nations of the world. Although the 'War on Terror' was supported as first, after America had little success support has faltered. The criticism of some is that America's honour and love for power has taken over the real reasons that America originally stated. This Egyptian newspaper said 'The US thirst for supremacy brought about an awful blend of terrorist actions'. America and the allies were also criticised widely for there methods in the 'War on Terror', when allegations of torture were brought forward. The people of the world knew and thought that this wasn't the right way to get answers from the terrorists - as who knew what they would say when under such extreme conditions. Perhaps they would say anything to get out of the predicament that they were in. America was also deeply criticised for their prison camp in Cuba - Guantanmo Bay. Where hundreds of supposed terrorist prisoners are kept without charge. Why is America aloud to break people's basic human rights? Is the question some people might ask. A fact sheet on Guantanamo
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