Why Bush Is Talking About Bin Laden Again

Allen, Mike
October 2005
Time International (South Pacific Edition);10/17/2005, Issue 41, p10
The article reports that U.S. President George W. Bush has once again reiterated his commitment to continue the war against terrorism. Bush has equated the war on terrorism with the World War II. In one of his strongest speeches in recent times, Bush defined terrorism as being much broader than the al-Qaeda. Bush added that the U.S. military has done a remarkable job in Iraq.


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