9/11 Terrorism Essay

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Rough Draft: After the 9/11 attack many Americans have come to realize what terrorism really is, but for the kids that 9/11 was history to here you go. Terrorism today is the use of violence usually against other countries aimed towards politics. Targeting terrorist leaders might not make much difference, but it is cheap, it is low risk for the United States (Fisher,par.18). According to Max Fisher’s article going after terrorist leaders isn’t always the best, well the U.S. did that for the 9/11 attack, we ended up killing Osama Bin Laden the man who planned 9/11 out. Terrorist groups like the Al Qaeda, ISIS, and the Jihadist are a threat to mankind. Al Qaeda is one of the biggest and most violent hate or terrorist groups in the world today. Human trafficking became an industry of terrorism for the Al Qaeda (Ward, par.6). Al Qaeda stretches its location from Afghanistan to Pakistan, Osama started the A l Qaeda in Afghanistan then was killed in Pakistan. Until 9/11 kidnapping terrorism wasn’t a big part of terrorism (Ward, par.5). When Al Qaeda attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, Saudi officials, including the interior…show more content…
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