The terrorist attacks on 9/11 have caused many debates over the years since they occurred back in 2001. Two American planes were hijacked and ran into the twin tower buildings, another was hijacked and headed for the pentagon, but thankfully never made it. Thousands of Americans lost their lives on the days of the attacks and to this day the sorrow hangs with us. Security was a huge debate of the time because America is supposed to be the safest nation there is, so how did this happen? America had lots of changes to make the attacks on September 11, 2001.
Similarly, time before 2001's event, the 19 hijacking men took a lot of preparation before the 9/11 attack such as years of training and much flight classes with no suspicion what so ever. It can also be compared that the two events both happened deliberately, intentionally for the United States- ubrupt unforeseen and unpredicted. The two separate attacks also did very much damage to the country. During that attack on Pearl Harbor it damaged 21 ships of the U.S, destroyed 188 airplanes, killed 2,403 Americans and injured 1,178. During 9/11's attack it damaged and destroyed both twin towers in the World Trade Center and the west side of the pentagon killing a total of 2,996 people and injuring over
Research Paper U.S. Government was responsible for 9/11 attack ENG2C.02 Yang,Yumeng(Alice) 9/11 terrorist attack had become the biggest event that changed the world. Due to factual bases from 9/11 attack, legitimate testimonies from witnesses and compelling evidence from arbiters, terrorist didn’t plan the attack in spite of they allegedly admitted that they had planned the 9/11 attack. World Trade Centre is a steel-framed high-rise building, fire has never caused steel-framed buildings collapsed, moreover, World Trade Centre has been regarded as the safest skyscraper in the U.S. Also, the Pentagon wasn’t hit by Boeing 757 and around 2.3 trillion were missing the day before 9/11 attack. At the same time, FBI refused to release video tapes
One of the most shocking events that until this day still give the chills to many people, most especially in the United States is the attack on September 11, 2001. Many lives were taken, many were left wounded and many families that still to this day do not have closure of a lost one. There are many conspiracies about the September 11 attack that still have many people asking questions. There were a couple things that led up to the attack and a lot of signs that were missed that could have prevented this unfortunate event. Sadly, with the kept secrecy and untold explanations almost three thousand innocent lives were taken, leaving countless people in disbelief.
9/11 When 9/11 happened, I was almost two years old. Because I was so little, I don’t remember it at all. Almost every year, my teachers taught about 9/11, but they never really went into much detail. My knowledge prior to this assignment was that four planes were hijacked by terrorists, and three of the planes crashed into their destination. Of the three planes that crashed, two of the planes hit the Twin Towers, and one hit the Pentagon.
1 Both “T.S.A” by Amit Majmudar and “September 12, 2001” by X.J Kennedy reflect how 9/11 negatively affected people differently. “September 12, 2001” by X. J Kennedy was written past the 9/11 attacks and tells the story of a young couple experiencing tragedy that would change their lives. Another post 9/11 poem “T.S.A” by Amit Majmudar gives the perspective of a young Muslim man facing racial profiling through airport security. Regardless of perspective, each poem has shown a negative change affecting regular people's lives. 2 People’s normality and everyday innocence was shook directly after the 9/11 attacks.
Moore and Stone use rhetoric to persuade viewers to harmonize with the idea that humanity was forced to cope with hardships . Certain conventions are used to accurately depict specific details of 9/11 and how they affected many people. Finally the analysis of 9/11’s future impact continue to demonstrate the magnitude of this catastrophe. Ultimately the documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 displays the hardship individuals must face as a result of 9/11 better than the movie World Trade Center as Michael Moore does a superior job
The terror attacks on 9/11 were one of the most monumental yet tragic moments in American history, so we will always remember and honor the lives stolen from us. However, we are so quick to forget the quiet before the storm, the day before the chaos. This is notably discerned when regarding schools and its issues through TIME Magazine and the New York Times. While researching, one understands that there are several similarities between society then and present day. However, the reactions afterwards are even further impactful because one realizes the enormous degree of influence that 9/11 had on schools and their communities.