A comparison argument (or contrast but not both) between a limited aspect of the Viet Nam Conflict and our Conflict in Afghanistan

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This is supported by looking at the strategies that were employed in the two conflicts. they were totally different, even the military deployment in the two wars is totally different.
The willingness to use violence to change politics is known as terrorism. The history of terrorism goes back to the 13th- century. In the early 1990s, religious groups came up with motivated terrorism. These groups based their violence on the Islamic beliefs. Some of the groups are Al Qaeda and Hamas, political terrorist groups in the Middle East. This is a sign of their departure from the religious perceptions. The mastermind of the 9/11 attacks was drinking alcohol just before he boarded the plane that he hijacked and as it is known, alcohol is off limits to the Muslim community. Observers belief that the 9/11 mastermind are among the people who had violent behaviors and they had manipulated their religious beliefs to suit their own needs (Levy 12).
The Afghanistan war started as a result of the September 2001 attacks in America. These were caused by Al Qaeda group based in Afghanistan. Taliban is a Muslim radical group that was also ruling Afghanistan by 2001. This radical group had denied the American government entry into Afghanistan and capture the Al Qaeda. this prompted the then American president George Bush to declare war on Afghanistan. After only three weeks of invasion, the American troops had toppled the Taliban troops and they had nearly crushed the Al Qaeda troops who were using guerrilla tactics to fight while the American troops were sophisticated and learned (Edmonds 33).
The American government has been in Afghanistan since 2001 till date. This has prompted observers to relate this war to the war in Vietnam that also lasted for ten years without success. I will try to give comparisons of the two wars since observers and historians have suggested that these two conflicts are nearly similar. However, observers suggest that there may be more