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Why do Arab Islamic countries hate the United States?

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  • Submitted: 19/06/2006
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Running head: WHY DO ARAB ISLAMIC COUNTRIES HATE

WHY DO ARAB ISLAMIC COUNTRIES HATE THE UNITED STATES?

Chris Eggleton

Marshall University

Abstract

Conflict in the Middle East has reigned since biblical times. An escalation in violence has been seen since the 1900's . With the emergence of the United States as a competing and lone super power, alterations in the status quo can be traced directly and indirect to United States influence. Exploration of three major areas will be explored.

WHY DO ARAB ISLAMIC COUNTRIES HATE THE UNITED STATES?

Why do Arab Islamic countries hate us? That is a question that has been asked many times since September 11th, 2001. The fact is that this did not happen over night. This problem has been escalating for hundreds of years depending on the point of view. Some scholars say the hated began with the Christian Crusades in the year 1095. Other sources point to the ongoing conflict between the Arabs and Israelis, in which the United States backs Israel. These are just some of the ever growing reasons that Arab Islamic countries hate the United States. There are three main points

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