It has been more than one month since the war in Iraq started. The situation between Iraq and the US has been very serious. Many television and radio stations in the US have been broadcasting about the war in Iraq. At first, the war was a very big issue among people in Flagstaff, but as time passed, people did not mention about the war so much. It seems like people in Flagstaff got accustomed to this war. A possible reason for this behavior is because Flagstaff is not likely to be a target of attacks from Iraq.
However, my friend who is living in Washington D.C. told me about the situation there. Everyday, what she finds on the streets in the town are many tanks and soldiers of the US military: they secure people, the capital of the United States, and President Bush. Those things, which represent the danger for the people in the US by the attacking from Iraq or any other terrorist groups, make her so afraid of living in Washington D.C. It means that she lives with the fear of death everyday although the US is still safer than Iraq right now because Iraqi people are living in more terrible and dangerous situations. Therefore, the US and Iraq should stop the war as soon as possible for the peace of people all over the world.
Actually, this war is very frightening not only to people in Iraq and the US, but also people all over the world. Many critics say that the war could become World War III. One of the reasons the war could possibly be such a big war is because of the weapons both countries have. The US has been suspicious of Iraq’s possessing nuclear and biological weapons. However, Iraq declared to the United Nations that they do not possess any of them. Moreover, the US says th...
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