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AMERICANS FEAR ANSWERING THE QUESTION WHY DO THEY HATE US SO First cause then effect As we are approaching the anniversary of the black Tuesday -- September 11 2001 -- it is becoming increasingly clear all the past year world political scientists and international media were absorbed in examining chiefly the latter part of this logical equation Namely the effect A chilling and still incomprehensible terrorist attack on the worlds most powerful nation And a war in Afghanistan as this powers protective reflex to the challenge issued by the global evil A lot of things lie buried under the ruins of the New York trade centre and the Pentagon Not only people but also myths A myth about the invulnerability of the United States An illusion that American secret services are all-powerful The ramming blow at the twin towers shook the entire system of international relations It became clear that nuclear arsenal rivalry should give way to unity of former opponents in the struggle against international terrorism Russias resolve to render immediate support to the US operation in Afghanistan was rewarded with closer ties between the two countries unprecedented since the Second World War The West at last saw events in Chechnya such as they are -- a component part of the great Muslim empire which Islamic radicals are trying to carve out on the worlds map with bullets and dynamite The world while commemorating on the anniversary of the terrorist act its victims cannot however cast away the doubts assailing it Indeed the Afghan operation seems to have been a success But bin Laden has not been founded dead or alive and Al-Qaeda went to the ground possibly in the United States itself But what next A network of world terrorism is covering the globe from Algeria and Spain to Indonesia and Sri Lanka The next man to
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