Home › Forums › Would the very “die Hard” Middle East nations that America is trying to improve the quality of their citizens’ quality of life ever change because of their religion belief? Why or Why not?
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- April 20, 2017 at 11:59 pm #257592Ed NKeymaster
- April 24, 2017 at 11:14 pm #257605EdeworGuest
No, they will never change because of their culture and religion. It marvels me when men who are father to girls will totally lost their sense of reasoning and stop girls from going to school. Sincerely, I am a custodian of culture; there is a ceiling to all bad behavior, fanaticism and ignorance. This weird way of life is equitable to insanity and I will not tender anyone an apology.
Practically, America’s investment in the middle east to improve the quality of life of their citizens will be a humongous wasted effort; unless the people are willing to change their “die hard behavior.” I will suggest that the United States withdraw all service men from that region but increase CIA activities to diffuse any terrorist attack plan. Enough is enough! Your opinion? Welcome to http://www.provocativedebate.com.
- April 25, 2017 at 8:37 am #257607MichaelGuest
America has been trying to make a change and improve the quality of life of the Middle Easterners but fruitless. Are the people willing to change themselves? How long do we keep spending our tax payers money without anything to show for it? Obviously, it is the responsibility of the indegenes to internalized a change. They have to denounce violence against women and girls, denounce terrorism and modify extreme religion beliefs. If it hasn’t worked for over a thousand years, it won’t work.
Consequently, there is an urgent need for a total overhaul and change ushered into their society. Remember, culture, religion, government and civilization are not static but subject to periodical metamorposis. It behooves the “die hard” to move the civilization in south ward or North ward direction. The choice is open and well defined.
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