Category Archives: Spring 2011: Humor and Political Regimes

What I think about Jon Stewart’s humor on Osama Ben Laden’s death.

In the videos, Jon Stewart said that for a long time Osama Ben Laden represented the Arab nation this statement is extremely ignorant and false of course. Osama Ben Laden does not represent Arabs in any way; I understand that … Continue reading

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My personal reaction to the death of Osama Ben Laden.

When a man becomes the most wanted criminal in the world, and he has many countries on his back trying to capture him. He becomes the center of attention of many leaders that are trying to put an end to … 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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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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Reviews about Osama Bin Laden’s Death

The death of Osama Bin Laden has been an event anticipated by many nations; however, it still comes as a shock to everyone even though a lot have been waiting upon this day for almost a decade. While Bin Laden’s … Continue reading

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