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Introduction Unlike many Europeans nations, the United States of America enjoyed a somewhat healthy relationship with Middle East nations throughout the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. Maybe, this was because of the simple fact that the US had little or no interest in colonizing countries in the region. On the contrary, it largely participated in philanthropic and educational tasks therefore bringing positive awareness among the Middle East folks. However, after the world war II the problem begun to change. Even the US, after completely appreciating the strategic value of the area, opted to raise its interest there. Particular to ensure it doesn't drop control of the region's natural resources (chiefly oil), shielding Israel (which was a recently established nation and possibly are tactical America ally), and ultimately, stop the Soviet Union against dominating the country (Russel it explained its position about the Middle East and the rest of the planet. Both the movements called for unity among the Muslim and Arabic community. Consequently they alienated the western nations, to an extent of recommending for violence. Back in 1991 the connection was complicated further when the US led the gulf war against Iraq. However the latest September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on America land hig...