The September 11 attack on the Twin Towers ; 9/11 was one of the most devastating incidents that ever happened in modern history. This attack killed 2,996 people and injured almost 6000 others. The US Government announced that this attack was organised by an Islamic terrorist group called Al-Qaeda headed by Osama Bin Laden. But is that completely true? Some people believe that the Twin Towers collapsed over various reasons like George Bush, the former owner of an oil company called Arbusto Energy was connected to Bin Laden as he was an investor in the oil company and that George Bush knew this attack will take place all along.
During the September 11 hijackings, the worst terror attack on American soil, hundreds of lives were lost due to lack of fundamental communications between officials. 9/11 was the largest act of terror committed on American soil in which 23 radical Muslims hijacked four planes. Two planes were flown into the North and South Tower, one into the Pentagon and one drove down into a Pennsylvania field. Many argue that if there were better communication systems that were put into place that many more lives could have been saved.. According to the Associated Press, “Sept. 11 was a convergence of the worst possible problems in communication technology—a jammed commercial network made cell phone use impossible” (Sharp).
9/11 in New York is the historical tragedy memory to friends and family. This event have shocked many people lives and will not be forgotten. It also affected the market, building, and business. In addition, it left businesses, offices,people who lived apartments, and neighbors being bankrupt, jobless, and homeless. Terrorists caused a huge impact corrupting buildings and innocent lives.
I decided to choose the 9/11 memorial area as my observation site, living in New York City my whole life, I felt like this was the most significant place to observe for this particular project. The physical location of the memorial is located right in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan, and to no surprise, the area is very well organized to attract tourists. Just about every part of the space is being used by the pedestrians during the busy hours. The design of the area is well thought out, the two main pools where the World Trade Center use to be is surrounded by the new buildings and the relatively new museum, this makes every part of the new experience easy and very accessible during the tour (if you pay for it of course). Almost
A day forever remembered in United States history is September 11, 2001. Not only did the event that occurred on this day effect the loved ones of many, it touched every U.S citizen. The event of 9/11 has gone down as one of the most tragic and influential events in all of history. There were many causes that led to this disaster and you mustn’t forget the effects it left on America. You may be unaware of how far the event goes back in history, with causes dating back to the 1980’s.
What's on your mind?9-11 changed us all… God’s numbers are 7 and 14 and it has been 14 years since 9-11 happened. Yet, a rainbow appeared to mark the spot for us to take notice. Even though we don’t get the full scope of why it happened or who Bin Laden is or what is going to happen next. God is trying to make us think for ourselves…. See with your eyes and hear with your heart.
9/11 Reflection You never think of how your country can change in a matter of seconds. One second, it’s a perfect day, and the next second chaos. Events like this, like 9/11, can change your life forever. You can 't forget these types of events. Neither can your country.
9/11 will go down as one of the biggest tragedies in our history. On that day, nearly 3,000 people died from the hands of terrorism. It was a day where a series of calamites occurred. Four planes were hijacked by terrorists with innocent people on board and they crashed into the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and in a field in Pennsylvania. This is not only day that will not be forgotten but it is a day that has changed the world.
The novel starts with an anonymous American sitting at a café in Lahore being approached by a Pakistani man who introduces himself as Changez. The two briefly talk about typical American traits until Changez starts to narrate his experiences in America. Throughout their discussion, the bulky waiter repetitively concerns the American with his abnormal behavior and glances while Changez constantly assures that there is nothing to worry about. In many instances, Changez’s choices of words towards the American imply that he may be an undercover agent. Changez starts the story of his experiences in America with the time when he was a college student at Princeton University.
On the bright sunny day of September 11, 2001 in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, I was a 17-year-old young man that was seating in History 1 class in Lawrence County High School. My history teacher walked in to our classroom as the period was about to begin and said, “we are fix to watch history as we speak, so pay attention.” I would have never thought that by watching the tragic events that occurred in New York City against the World Trade Center’s that day, would change the course my life forever. That day as my classmates and I walked the long hallway that entered the cafeteria, I seen a gentleman standing at a small table. The gentleman was very clean cut, slim, with a brown button up blouse on, blue trousers with a red strip going from his brown belt to the bottom of his trousers and had on the shiniest shoes I had ever seen.
The attack on the Twin Tower had taken the world by surprise. No one would ever imagine the attack would happen. The attack had taken thousands of lives and physically and mentally affect Americans. Furthermore, the bombing of the Twin Tower became a famous front page topic for newspaper and magazines all over the world. For example, an article in The New York Times, “Hijacked Jets Destroy Twin Towers and Hit Pentagon” by Serge Schmemann or an article from a Vietnamese newspaper, “Ký ức kinh hoàng về vụ khủng bố 11/9/2001,” written by Kim Ngan, which translates to “The Horror Memories of 9/11/2001.”