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Missing The World without Conflict and War

Posted on November 25, 2014 at 12:45am 0 Comments

Barnawi (Teacher of Senior High School: MA Bina Cendekia Cirebon)

In the history of human civilization, conflict and wars always happened continuously one after another. From the pre-historic era to modern era or so called Millennium era, the world is prone to conflict and wars. In the pre-historic era, the conflict and wars happened and werecaused by a struggle for the economic resources while in modern era it happened due to various factors. These factors can be a…


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At 7:46am on November 22, 2014, Al LeBlanc said…

Barnawi:  Might you briefly describe the mission of your school, the subject(s) u would teach and the students you want to attract (ages and backgrounds) ?  Also,what kind of help do you need ?  Al

At 9:18am on November 18, 2014, Al LeBlanc said…

Barnawi:Thanks for your friendship !  Look forward to the dialogue.  Will also try to keep my messages understandable.  Al


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