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    Why Terrorists Attack the U.S. Terrorism is the use of physical violence whether it be a threat or an actual act of aggression. They create a common surrounding of fear in a selected target of the population. This is done so that they may provoke some kind of political and/or social change. Since the terrorist attacks on September 11th 2001, there has been a lot of controversy on why terrorist attacks are so frequent in the United States. By doing some research I have found that there are

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    monster under their bed or in their closet. In the 21st century, some monsters have been identified. An example was Osama Bin Laden, the man who organized the attack on the World Trade Centers on September 11th, 2001. He killed 2,996 people and left more than 6,000 wounded on that day, and also became the most wanted person by the FBI soon after announcing he organized it. Bin Laden was a monster because he killed innocent people and then boasted about being responsible for it. In the book “Frankenstein”

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    how lovely the bride looks today. This is actually the first time I have made a speech (as you can probably tell), and it is true when they say that its nerve racking. In fact I could go so far as to say that I feel about as comfortable as Osama Bin Laden in the Whitehouse. I only feel slightly better knowing that I am not the only one in the room who is apprehensive, but then again she has just married the groom. On the score of being nervous, I am sure that you have all heard the groom say over

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    The Turning Point

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    Heritage encyclopedia of American history . New York: H. Holt, 1998. Print. Kishlansky, Mark, Patrick Geary, and Patricia Brien. Civilization in the west . 7 ed. New York: Longman, 2006. Print. Loehfelm, Bill. History’s Villains Series. Osama bin Laden . San Diego, Calif.: Lucent Books, 2003. Print. "Martin Luther King, Jr. Quotes - BrainyQuote." Famous Quotes at BrainyQuote. N.p., n.d. Web. 8 June 2011. Siebold, Thomas. People Who Made History Series. Martin Luther King, Jr. San Diego, CA:

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    Peter Bergen's Holy War

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    “Holy War Inc.” documents the life of Osama Bin Laden and his jihadist group, Al-Qaeda. Bergen showcases how the Bin Laden family and their wealth came to be, Osama’s connection to Afghanistan and the Mujahideen, the formation of Al-Qaeda, his expulsion from the Bin Laden family and the multiple terror attacks that Al-Qaeda orchestrated under his guidance. The book opens with Bergen recounting a foretelling interview he had in 1997 in which Bin Laden states, when asked about future plans of Al-Qaeda

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    Osama Bin Laden Speech

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    9/11, Osama Bin laden: Introduction: “Something is wrong. We are in a rapid descent... we are all over the place. ... I see water. I see buildings. We are flying low. We are flying very, very low. We are flying way too low. ... Oh my God, we are way too low... Oh my God, we're —” (Madeline Amy Sweeney). This quote shows the emotion of the passengers on the hijacked airplanes. No One knew what to do they were threatened and teased. The creator of these horrible attacks, Osama Bin Laden a terrorist

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    osama bin laden

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    Osama bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda, was the mastermind behind the infamous terror attacks of 9/11 that left nearly 3,000 americans dead. Osama bin Laden grew up to an extremely wealthy family. When Iraq invaded Kuwait in August 1990, Bin Laden offered his troops and resources to defend Kuwait but was shocked by the arrogance of the Americans who would defend it instead. From then on, he was an opponent of everything American and started to focus his attacks toward The United States. Considering

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    Osama bin Laden was the terrorist mastermind who orchestrated the largest terrorist attack on United States soil in history. He induced the deaths of nearly three thousand unsuspecting Americans and struck fear into an entire nation. Through impeccable communication and influence bin Laden was able to organize the 9/11 attacks, but afterwards al Qaeda began to face their downfall. Osama bin Laden was a fierce leader with excellent leadership skills, substantial communication resources and strong

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    Osama bin Laden’s name is known world wide as the man who constructed the September 11 attacks in the United States. He was the founder and creator of the feared terrorist group, al-Quaeda in 1988 with allies between groups such as the Taliban, Turkish Islamic Party, Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, and several others. Bin Laden was hunted and killed in Abbottabad, Pakistan on May 2, 2011. Some may argue that Osama bin Laden’s assassination was unnecessary and that bin Laden should have been put on

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    Bin Laden Biography

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    Osama Bin Laden. Bin Laden is one of the most feared and most hated men on earth. He is responsible for thousands of deaths and countless acts of terror against innocent people. Most people see these acts as terrible and unjustifiable, but Bin Laden and other terrorist view these horrible actions as religious warfare. Bin Laden justifies his actions by stating that he fights in the name of Jihad (religious warfare). Because of Bin Laden’s ruthlessness he quickly rose to power in Al Qaeda. Bin Laden

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