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The Significance of September 11th attacks on United States and Indonesia Relations

Posted on April 30, 2013 at 11:52pm 0 Comments

The following essay was written by two female writers, one from Indonesia, and one from the United States. The Indonesian writer professes to be a follower of the Muslim religion and the American writer professes to be a follower of Christ. It is important to note that these two writers were friends face to face while the Indonesian writer spent time in America. The experiences that both of them had during their friendship have shaped both of their lives. They intend to portray the depth of…

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