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Twin Towers
Events of September 11, 2001
By: Sayuri Gallardo Kishi
On September 11, 2001 nineteen terrorist associated at organization called al Qaeda.
They kidnapped and take possession of 4airplanes, and succeeded crashing three of them in public buildings. They targeted one into each of the two ¨Twin Towers¨ of the World Trade Center in New York and one into the Pentagon near WashingtonD.C.
The Twin Towers were completely destroyed and the Pentagon was seriously damaged. All aboard the airplane were killed. In total more than 3,000 people were killed in that day´s coordinatedattack.
The 19 terrorist were all from Saudi Arabia at least 6 still alive. The terrorist were armed by box cutters. The ones crashed at the Twin Towers cause raging fires which turn the steel holding upcausing a completely collapse. A third airplane after flying for about an hour was deliberately crashed at the Pentagon and was vaporized without a trace. At the fourth airplane heroic passengersoverpower the hijackers and caused the plane to crash in Pennsylvania.
This was an Attack on America it was planned and directed by Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda.
Because of this horribleattack George Bush initiated a horrible war and invites several other countries to participate like France, England and Spain.
The War still on but there are several social critics against that warbecause Iraq is really pour and doesn’t even have army.
The only gain is that democracy in Iraq has been changed now they had elections women can vote because of that they have already a president and in2 more years they changed of president.
Another important point is the tremendous suffering of both the military personal and their families; there has been more than 5,000 deaths of Americansoldiers and also thousand of disabilities produced by this war.
You can easy estimate the cost and the pain that this situation has produced.
The most incredible part of this history is that even do...
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