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Title:
A Socio-Political and Literary Study of Post-9/11 America in the Vision of Some Native and Arab-American Playwrights
Authors: Prof. Ahmad M. Abdel Salam - Dr. Sherine M. El Shoura
Year: 2019
Keywords: civil liberties, conspiracy theories, liberal-democratic principles, 9/11 events, war on terrorism, xenophobia.
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Abstract:

September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center (WTC) and the building of the Pentagon, and its excessive reverberations inside the United States and overseas, incite questions and lots of exclamation marks concerning the US official outline and Bush administration internal and foreign policies. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to highlight 9/11 episodes and its consequences in light of liberalism, politics, conspiracy theories, and drama in order that we might be able to fill the gap between many allegations and claims to reach real facts about the destruction of the WTC buildings, the declaration of war on terror, and the stigmatization of Islam and Muslims.

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