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Submitted by Anwar yousif Arabi (Sudan), Jan 3, 2010 at 04:48

we are human beings having sense and feelings, yet these feelings might sometims be influenced by circmustances which will be compeletly out of our conscious control of mind, it might be caused by psychological shocks that sometims occur in response to some certain situations.

let us suppose that you have a family and you used to have nice wonderful life among your sons and daughters, suddenly your state being blown up un expectedly and your dreams evapourated , you left alone with no family no friends , you will come to feel the nothingness of life and you might immagine that every moving object is legitimate target for you , beacuse you are suffering loss without any reasons , you may turn to be very violent and aggressive , bad behaviour creates misconduct let us be wise and avoid unbalanced war against the peoples so as to avoid the outspread of terrorism .


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