Category Archives: Current events

Group 3 (International Relations): On Bin Laden

Hey Khabarovsk! We’re back, and we’re looking forward to meeting with you guys again. Did you happen to read our last post? If you haven’t, it’s okay; we’d like to talk about the capture and death of Osama bin Laden. … Continue reading

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BinLaden’s death in Egypt

I consider Bin Laden’s death as the biggest event happened in 2011 even though that this year had been very exciting with all of these arab revolution. His death affected all of us and made us rethink of what happened … Continue reading

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Osama Bin Laden’s Death

Searching for reasons to blame or forgive Osama Bin Laden for the kind of person he was has been a constant battle. I feel confused, unable to make a decision regarding whether to feel sad or relieved upon his death. … Continue reading

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Bin Laden… Where are you??

Amira Zaki-Ingy El Morally-Mayada H. Mostafa As we all know, Osama Bin Laden was the founder of al-Qaeda. Lately, the news announced Bin Laden’s death. US killed Bin Laden after spending trillions of dollars.The thing that mostly matters is throwing … Continue reading

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What do you think of Osama Bin Laden’s Death ?

What do you think about O.B.L. being R.I.P.?!             The reactions that are going to be discussed about the death of Osama Ben Laden are the reactions of mainly the well educated, well informed, high and upper middle classes, who … Continue reading

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