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@Phebe can you help me
The order you seek would be presented in the third answer.
I think. Yeah. Is it correct?
idk didnt read it yet
It's my best guess.
idk so go with surana
Which statements accurately describe al-Qaeda's beliefs? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Al-Qaeda fears and hates the freedom of thought and religion that the United States and other democracies cherish. B. The vast majority of Muslims around the world embrace al-Qaeda's beliefs. C. Al-Qaeda believes it is never acceptable to take an innocent human life. D. Al-Qaeda teaches an extreme, distorted, and inaccurate version of Islam.
I know enough that you will want at least the last one.
Maybe the opposite of the last as well. The ones in between are incorrect.
thanks i will have more in a sec i have picture qustions at the moment
I'm only here for a bit though, so if you have any questions ask them soon.
Which statements about President Bush's decision to invade Iraq in 2003 are true? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Bush promised that removing Saddam Hussein from power would force the Taliban to surrender. B. Bush claimed that Saddam Hussein was harboring Osama bin Laden and other al-Qaeda terrorists. C. As soon as U.S forces ousted Saddam Hussein, a civil war in Iraq began, which Bush hadn't planned for. D. Bush told the American people that there was evidence that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction.
I"m fairly certain that the even numbers are what you seek.
I have to go. See you.
Which arguments were made against President Bush's decision in 2003 to invade Iraq? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Saddam Hussein had not attacked the U.S. and had no connection to al-Qaeda. B. It had not been proven that Iraq had acquired weapons of mass destruction. C. Iraq was a democratic nation that brought stability to the Middle East. D. If attacked, Saddam Hussein would launch nuclear missiles at the United States.
This one, I recommend you seek would be the first of the odd numbers.