In December 1992, Al-Qaeda set their first bomb attack at the Gold Mihor hotel which killed 2 people. The Al-Qaeda has previously attacked the World Trade Center. It killed 6 people and injured over a thousand. After the attack, Bin Laden returned back to Afghanistan and make good friend with the new Taliban leader Mull Omar. In 1998 Bin Ladin
911 Conspiracy Planning The September 11 attacks on New York and Washington. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the Kuwaiti Al Qaeda operative who has been indicted for planning the attacks. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed first met with Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden at Tora Bora and he proposed to Osama bin Laden an attack to U.S. It had all fizzle out after Philippine authorities found the apartment that Yousef and Khalid used as a base for the bomb-making operation in Manila, and arrested and investigate one of their conspirators, who gave up the details of the terrorist wish list and one of it is to seize control the airliner and crash to the selected target.
Oswald’s resentment toward authority was his most prominent motivation to murder the President. He demonstrated this resentment for various times in his life. For instance, Palmer McBride, a man Oswald met in the 1950s revealed that Oswald disclosed to him about shooting President Eisenhower for exploiting the American working class. In addition, nine month prior to his assassination of President Kennedy, he also attempted to assassinate Major General Edwin A. Walker upon the belief that the major general was a fascist leader. Furthermore, at 1:15pm on the day President Kennedy was assassinated, Oswald resisted the arrest from Dallas Police Officer Tippit, which caused him to kill Tippit.
The use of animals for gaming and entertainment purposes constitute animal cruelty because it is heartbreaking, unnecessary and dangerous. Initially many would argue that the use of animals for entertainment does not constitute as animal cruelty because they aren't tortured. For example, some people say that zoos are essential because it is safer
“Animal testing for cosmetics and toiletries has long been banned in the UK, and as of March 2013, the sale of cosmetics whose ingredients have been tested on animals has also been banned across the European Union – a huge step forward.” Unfortunately, in some countries – China, for example – it’s compulsory for any company that sells cosmetics to pay for its products to be tested on animals. This means that some businesses that were cruelty-free for years have turned their backs on their ethical policies and started testing on animals in order to reach this lucrative market. Animals should be treated like this for human’s beauty
Even if the animals are protected from the animal welfare act, breaches are distressingly common. Sometimes the animals are infected with a disease and are allowed to progress too far on purpose before the animal is euthanized humanely. And according to a PETA article, millions of
For example, in the website Procon, it states,“Opponents of animal testing say that it is cruel and inhumane to experiment on animals. ”This shows that animal testing is not good and makes animals suffer miserably. The thing that is surprising is that people actually agree with animal testing! For some reason, people don’t care about animals lives and their deaths. That is confusing because people should care about animal sufferings and deaths and not just think that animals are fine with going through suffering.
January 31, 1968 Dear Diary, I’m writing to you because I just got the word that 19 Vietcong guerillas attacked South Vietnam’s embassy. As the President of the United States, I am very concerned about South Vietnam and all the Americans there at this time. Additionally, I am worried about how this will be portrayed to the Americans on the homefront through the media. I understand that South Vietnam and the Vietcong were in a “cease-fire” or a time where both sides agree to stop the fighting for a little while. I have been told that the Vietcong had hidden weapons throughout Saigon and attacked the second night of Tet, the Vietnamese New Year.
Claim #3: The Trump Administration recently made a justifiable decision to engage in resistance against Syria because the Syrian government malevolently abused its power directly on its own citizens. Support #3, 1: The United States responded to the Syrian government killing dozens of their own citizens with a chemical weapons attack by launching a military strike on a Syrian government air base (Starr and Diamond). Support #3, 2: As a part of the retaliation, President Donald Trump ordered for the US warships to launch 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at the air base where the warplanes originally delivered the chemical attacks on Syrian citizens (Starr and Diamond). Support #3, 3: Paradoxically, not only did Syria go against its own ban on chemical weapons, but it also violated its obligations under the Chemical Weapons Convention which outlawed the production, stockpiling, and use of chemical weapons (Starr and Diamond). Analysis #3: The Trump Administration is worthy to be praised for their actions because they took a brave action by resisting against the Syrian government.
The Preparedness Day parade was designed to lift morale in San Francisco in anticipation of the possible entry of the United States into World War I. Before the event, anti-war activists were harshly critical and during the parade a suitcase bomb went off, killing 10 and wounding 40. Labor leaders Thomas Mooney and Warren Billings were convicted of the crime and were both eventually sentenced to life in prison. After the two men spent 20 years in jail, Democrat Governor Culbert Olson grew concerned about whether they received a fair trial and pardoned them. At age 29, Rudolph was the perpetrator of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta, which occurred on July 27, 1996, during the 1996 Summer Olympics. He called the police, warning
This paper will be discussing how the Vietnam war and Kent state shooting tie together and how it affected lives afterwards. The Kent State Shooting on May 4, 1970 was a culmination of the anti war movement because Four Kent state students were killed protesting the invasion of Cambodia during the Vietnam war. The Vietnam war was fought between North and South Vietnam. The United States, along with other countries such as the Philippines were on the side of South Vietnam.
The first case of the day that was heard by the Supreme Court on December 13th was Texas v. Johnson. Gregory Lee Johnson, a member of the Revolutionary Communist Youth Brigade, led a protest at the 1984 Republican National Convention in Dallas to protest Ronald Reagan’s reelection. During this protest, Mr. Johnson soaked an American flag in kerosene and proceed to burn it. Mr. Johnson was then arrested and charged for violating the Texas state law that prevented the desecration of a venerated object. The proceedings began with statements from the petitioners who claimed that precedent cases such as US v. O’Brien (1968), which deemed that the burning of draft cards was an invalid form of free speech, and Boos v. Barry (1988), which reinforced
I am Not a Crook: The 37th President Leading up to the 1972 Presidential election, President Richard Nixon wanted to defeat his opponents with a landslide victory. This desire allowed him and his staff to bend and even break the law of the United States, adding to this the President was becoming increasingly paranoid due to a large amount of leaks from his office to the media. This caused President Nixon to install listing devices in the White House, but after the leak of documents know as the Pentagon Papers, the break in of the of the Democratic National Committee, DNC, the cover up that fallowed the break in, and the deleting of eight-teen minutes of taped recorded conservation brought to light a darker side to the President. This scandal
On May 18, 1969, the U.S. military, under direct orders from President Nixon, bombed Cambodia. The reason for this outcome to bomb Cambodian in hopes of destroying the North Vietnamese bases hidden in the Cambodian Jungles. The first bombing named “Breakfast” as that bombing was a success, Nixon administration secretly ordered more bombings without any consent from the Congress. The other five bombings where call Lunch, Snack, Dinner, Supper, and Dessert. In May 1969 The New York Times reveals the secret bombings of Cambodia, labeled “Operation Menu”.
The 2 structure erupted in flames, and badly damaged, and then collapsed. U.S forces are trying to capture bin Laden ( Hampton). Less than a month after 9/11, U.S. troops invaded Afghanistan in an attempt to dismantle al-Qaeda, the terrorist group that claimed responsibility for the attacks, and remove the Taliban government. Two years later, in March 2003, the United States invaded Iraq and deposed President Saddam Hussein. It was a wake-up call, not only for us as Americans but for those in many parts of the world (What happened).