USA and Middle East relationship concerning Guantanamo

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The relationship between the US and Middle East has been on and off for the better part of the history of the world. But of late it has been deteriorating based on many factors. The relationship between the two countries began to take a noose dive after the Second World War when the State of Israel was created…

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The relationship between the US and Middle East has been on and off for the better part of the history of the world. But of late it has been deteriorating based on many factors. The relationship between the two countries began to take a noose dive after the Second World War when the State of Israel was created. There was an evident hand of the American government in the creation of the state of Israel which was imposed right into the Middle East region which was said to be the home of the Jews. Since the rebellion from the gulf region on the creation of Israel, there have been a number of incidences that have reflected anti-Americanism in the region. The relationship between the two turned from bad to worst during the gulf war and the subsequent September 11 attack. What followed was clear evidence that the attack has been perpetrated by terrorist from Middle East. The US then declared the war on terror and the there were series of attack on Afghanistan to drive away the Taliban’s who had occupied the region. Apparently this worsened the anti American sentiments coming from the Middle East region. The war on terror was then taken to Iraq in a bid to topple over the Sadam dictatorial regime and plant it with a democratic regime. This saw a deteriorating relationship between the two nations. But the war on terror was not only fought in Afghanistan alone. There were various operations in the world including in Somalia, Sudan, the Middle East region, and on the American soil that was aimed at eliminating the terrorists in the world. ...
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