Iran Terror - Terror Victims - Palestine - Lebanon
Terrorism is a controversial term with multiple definitions but none of them are globally accepted. Oxford English Dictionary has defined terrorism as a doctrine which attacks with the aim of intimidation, using threatening ways with the dominance of fear for an intimidating atmosphere.
It should not be forgotten that the political and social situations of Germany and Japan following the World War II is not in anyway similar to the current situation of Palestine and Iraq. The dramatization of Bush’s government in this respect would be disastrous not only for these two countries but also for the entire Middle East.
After September 11 events, the United States had a dream of imperialism for which it violated all international regulations and occupied two independent countries—Afghanistan and Iraq. The US invaded Iraq claiming the country owns weapons of mass murder and supports terrorism, although no such weapon is found there and Iraq’s support of Al-Qaeda is not proved yet.
Concerning the previous failed experiences of such conferences, absence of a great number of Palestinian groups and Arabic-Islamic countries and lack of public will in making peace and terminating the occupation of region, every one can predict the absolute failure of the this conference.