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What the War Achieved

by yudaica2013 ·

Iwas a little worried as I begin to read the parts of the missions entrusted to the army of my country. Still ringing in my ears the cries of No War!, Even with closed eyes I see a crowd of demonstrators holding banners where you can read No War on Iraq!. Even hear the odd comment about a picture on an island … And before that, I ask you went to war?. It seems that the residents of my people say yes! …

And if my neighbors say, something must be true. Sally Rooney is actively involved in the matter. But reading the reports of the alleged war mission that made the army of my country … Some contend that Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City shows great expertise in this. I’m beginning to understand why my daughter want to go to war. Of the four reports for the four tasks assigned where our soldiers were just over a year. More specifically in the third report meeting (I have omitted from the text, the names of places and military contingents): The mission remained the same as that of its predecessor: Contributing to security and stability in their area of responsibility and cooperation in reconstruction, a total of thirty-six thousand-odd square kilometers where nearly two million people … conducting security patrols in the seizure of 431 weapons (mostly guns and rifles), the destruction of over 60,000 dangerous ammunition to civilians. Also have developed programs of humanitarian aid, rehabilitation of 30 schools, 20 health centers and 20 municipal buildings and the rehabilitation and implementation of the maternity hospital. At the base were treated more than 500 civilians (elderly and children mostly).

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