Bill Cain's 9 circles : a study of the veiled truth of US-Iraq war
دوائر بيل كاين التسع : دراسة للحقيقة المحجبة للحرب الأمريكية العراقية
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Human beings have a rational pursuit for the elusive truth within the framework of their own civilization, whose essence is “the orderly quest for the truth”.
Since its breaking out, there is a burning desire to know more about the Controversial truth of US-Iraq War (2003-2011), and no doubt such search will be never-ending in the history of humanity, due to the great traumas that accompanied it.
In 9Circles, Cain dramatizes the deeply rooted issues of war inflicted trauma and the major scandals of Us Iraq War that is judged by law as a kind of violence that violates human rights.
This paper aims at exploring Bill Cain's attempts to dramatically unravel the truth(s) of US-Iraq War.
The aim behind such exposition is to raise an awareness to the tragic nature of this war, and to warn against taking what is said in media or by politician at face value.
As his aim is the exposition of truth(s), Cain prefers to use a documentary style that is based on presenting facts and material collected from media, books, and news coverage.
This study aspires to be a real contribution to a growing field of study that is concerned with the Middle East in general, and Iraq, in particular.
American Psychological Association (APA)
al-Budayri, Mithal Madlul Jallab. 2021. Bill Cain's 9 circles : a study of the veiled truth of US-Iraq war. Journal of University of Babylon for Humanities،Vol. 29, no. 1, pp.139-149.
Modern Language Association (MLA)
al-Budayri, Mithal Madlul Jallab. Bill Cain's 9 circles : a study of the veiled truth of US-Iraq war. Journal of University of Babylon for Humanities Vol. 29, no. 1 (2021), pp.139-149.
American Medical Association (AMA)
al-Budayri, Mithal Madlul Jallab. Bill Cain's 9 circles : a study of the veiled truth of US-Iraq war. Journal of University of Babylon for Humanities. 2021. Vol. 29, no. 1, pp.139-149.
Includes bibliographical references : p. 148-149
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