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    Post Daily RC Passage for the date 12-Oct-17

    Daily RC Passage for the date 12-Oct-17

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    Post Daily RC Passage for the date 12-Oct-17

    Summary: Pasage talks about the long ranging impact of U.S. attack on Iraq in response to to Iraq's quest in Kuwait. It clearly outlines how on one hand it might have helped to freeing up Kuwait but it negative impacts were more impacting. U.S. indiscreminate bombing killed thousands of civilians which got in between of blind bombing by U.S airforce.
    The passage also outlines far reaching environmental impact as a result of largest oil spilling in the history. This war also raised concerns over destroying historical monuments which are only source of knowing human past.

    Central Idea: The passage talks about the impact of U.S. war on economic, environmental & social areas of the Iraq.

    RC Passage for 12-Oct-17: U11co001's entry

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    Summary: Soon after the demolition of the Berlin wall, Iraqi troops invaded and annexed Kuwait which led worldwide protests. In 1991, forces were sent as a part of an operation Desert Storm, organized by a coalition of governments, to liberate Kuwait.
    The Persian Gulf war had devastating economic and social effects. The infrastructure and oil fields of Kuwait and Iraq were demolished and would require billion of dollars for the repairs. The country was left with thousands of casualties and traumatized civilians.
    The largest oil spillage was one of the grim consequences of the opeartion which adversely affected the marine life and the environment.
    Consequently, the key question raised was that even after 5000 years of establishment in the very region, how much our society had really evolved. We humans were still fighting amongst each other and destroying our environvent.

    Central Idea: Even after so many years of establishment, we humans are still waging war against our own kind ultimately causing destruction to the environment, which supports our existence. Have we really evolved as we are posing a threat to our own existence.

    RC Passage for 12-Oct-17: deep777's entry

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