Essay On 9/11 Terrorism

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The issue that has plagued the world and how it has impacted countries like the United States, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq. These issues include the 9/11 attack too the war in Afghanistan, and nuclear issues with terrorist and terrorist groups growing in the Middle East, and how terrorism occurs sometimes because of peoples religion, for a urge for power, or to rebel against a government. Firstly, a well known case of terrorism was on September 11th, 2001. When a tragic event stuck the nation of the United States. Two American airline jets where hijacked and struck into the sides of each of the twin towers in New York, New York. There where 19 attackers, or hijackers in the attack. Of the 19 attackers, 15 of them where Saudi Arabian. (Vick,1) There superior or leader of the attack went by the name Osama Bin Ladin. In the tragic event of what is now known as 9/11, just about 2,900 souls where lost . (Henderson,138) This tragedy became one of the biggest terrorist attacks to ever occur in the United States.…show more content…
The leader of this infamous group goes by the name of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. (Drehle,10 The group alone has picked up traction and has recruited thousands of violent jihadist. Reports also show that at a statistical number, just around 25,000 to 30,000 ISIS troops are covered thinly between Syria and Iraq. (Drehle, 3 ) ISIS capitalized on the interfaith strife in theses two countries to make it’s self seem larger than life. A number of about 6,000 ISIS troops have been killed, this number would be higher if the terrorist would show themselves. Also if a military victory wasn’t less then it seemed, ISIS has been almost brilliant at making itself seem invincible. (Drehle,3) According to information based off analysis, al-Baghdadi’s terrorist group is the first major strong horse to come along in
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