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If we research through our history books we will find that war has been part of our lives since the beginning of our time Sometimes our reasons for fighting are simple other times they are not Religion soil and prejudice are just a few reasons for why are world has seen bloodshed In one part of the world all three reasons are the cause This area is known as the Middle East As far back as mankind can remember the Middle East has been a battleground A ground in which people of different beliefs and ambitions have shed blood on On one side there are Jews believing that Israel is their religious birthright In the other there are Muslims believing that Israel is their place of worship For the last fifty-two years Israel has been a country The majority of Israels population is Jewish with a small percentage of Muslims In spite of Israels strong Jewish population it still has many weaknesses If you look at a map you will see a vast region of land In the center of this region you will find a tiny country named Israel All of Israels neighboring countries are populated and governed by Muslims To many people this seems like a problem in itself However the problem is much more implicit Within Israels neighboring countries lies a threat much greater than a religious belief Although religion is the main instigator shoddy education resources and a corruptive economy take the lead In order to understand the meaning of this you must first see a picture of daily life in these areas In most Middle Eastern Arab countries life is very dreary Schooling is poor and most children do not attend Instead children spend their days wondering the streets making meats change Resources are very low other than oil most Arab countries have no major exported resources Therefore crime is very high and most men join
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