Essay On Response To 9/11

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September 11th, 2001 also known as 9/11 was a tragic event of history. Hijackers drove jets into both of the world trade centers and the pentagon. The results left the nation destructed, thousands died in the event of 9/11. All of the nation as a whole was left heartbroken. Everyone felt that there needed to be a response to 9/11. Some wanted peaceful consequences but others wanted war. A lot of the people didn’t like the government’s way of handling it but after a while they began to agree. The actions took by the government only brought justice to some, not all. In response to the 9/11 attack the government gave funds to families, began the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan, started rebuilding, and made plans for a war. Rarely anybody believed Hussein had something to do with it, but the government made almost half of the nation believe he did. These actions caused hatred towards the U.S. by Iraq citizens so I wonder, will they strike back? …show more content…

Some of the victims’ families sent in letters explaining that war was unnecessary and was in no way a good way to bring justice to their deaths. Others however, felt that war was the best possible choice. They brought hurt and destruction to us, so, why not bring it to them? On September 16th, 2001 the war began. Letters of concern were no longer an aspect of importance, the war had started. In conclusion, I feel that the government did the wrong thing beginning a war that had no evidence to begin. Killing people did nothing for those who died in 9/11.The terrorist attack of 9/11 created decisions and those decisions cause consequences in the future. The U.S. attacking Iraq and Afghanistan could lead them to plot against us in the years to come. There is no doubt in my mind that this won’t happen in our future , but for now all we have is hope and for those who died in 9/11, we will remember

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