War on Terror: Civilization and Ideology

The following articles listed below look at the war on terror from the perspective of discussions about ideologies and civlizational clashes.

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War on Terror

It was with disbelief and shock that people around the world saw footage of the terrorist attacks in the US on on September 11, 2001 when the planes-turned-missiles slammed into the World Trade Center towers and damaged the Pentagon.

This ultimately resulted in the US declaring and waging a war on terror. Osama Bin Laden was eventually tracked down and killed some 10 years later. But the way the war on terror has been conducted has led to many voicing concerns about the impact on civil liberties, the cost of the additional security focused changes, the implications of the invasions and wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and more.

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Intolerant Liberalism

Read “Intolerant Liberalism” to learn more.

Politics in the name of the Prophet

Read “Politics in the name of the Prophet” to learn more.

Huntington’s spectre

Read “Huntington’s spectre” to learn more.

Challenging Ignorance on Islam: a Ten-Point Primer

Read “Challenging Ignorance on Islam: a Ten-Point Primer” to learn more.

Changing History

Read “Changing History” to learn more.

Jihad vs. McWorld

Read “Jihad vs. McWorld” to learn more.

Is It a War on Islam?

Read “Is It a War on Islam?” to learn more.

9/11 and the Sport of God

Read “9/11 and the Sport of God” to learn more.

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