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    September 11th 2001 marks a day in US history that no one will ever forget. The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center that occurred that day resulted in the biggest emergency service response ever in US history. Hundreds of police officers, EMS, and firefighters surrounded the area. However, according to a New York Times article, “The New York Police Department's response to the Sept. 11 attack was effective in many areas but suffered from lapses in leadership and coordination and a lack of

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    September 11

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    September 11, 2001 every American can tell you what they were doing that day when they found out about the catastrophic news of what occurred on this day. I remember I was in school and didn’t really know what was going on until I got home and sat on the couch and saw the footage on the T.V. The whole nation seemed to come to an abrupt halt while there was panic in New York City. Questions that seemed to come to everyone’s mind would be who did this, and how did we let something this horrifying occur

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    September Eleven Events The government has reached the conclusion that Usama bin Laden planned the September 11 attacks. Usama Bin Laden heads Al Qaida (the terrorist network). They succeeded in making these attacks successful because of their relationship with Taleban regime which was with them in pursuing the terrorist activity. Al-Qaida has been declared a terrorist organization and it was formed over 10 years back. It has been always been led by Usama Bin Laden. It is said that Usama Bin Laden

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    or so to speak, but nothing has rocked our nation more than 9/11. 9/11 changed our nation and still to this day continues to make people cautious. When an event causes as much destruction, pain, and chaos as 9/11. How did the planning stages of this attack get overlooked? It is still a question as to whether or not this big attack could have been prevented. Prior to 9/11, the leader of first presented the idea for the September 11 plot to the disastrous time in 1996 in Afghanistan. What was the

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    What Is September 11?

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    September 11, 2001 began as any other calm, pleasant, late summer day. It was a Tuesday morning that was warm but crisp. The skies were clear and the sun shone beautifully across the New York City skyline as a front had just recently passed over the east coast. Yet, no one on four different commercial flights knew it would be the last time they walked on land when they boarded their planes as an invisible darkness lurked. It was like a hidden blade, an unforeseen disaster unfolding right under the

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    The attacks that occurred on 9/11 took place on September 11th, 2001. In this devastating event, four different attacks had taken place. Each of the attacks were carried out by terrorists. The group responsible for the attack was Al-Qaeda, a militant Islamist organization that is known to be global in present day. The group itself has a network consisting of a Sunni Muslim movement that aims to make global Jihad happen. Furthermore, a stateless, multinational army that is ready to move at any given

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    There has been much talk about how the events of September 11 changed everything. I don't think they changed the central urgency and relevance of what each one of us does with our life.. I think we're all being pressured by history. How many people have lost their jobs or are re-evaluating their work and lives? Those of us who are concerned about the issues of diversity, coexistence, reconciliation, conflict prevention, understanding and tolerance, peace and justice, will find our life gives us

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    The Impact of September 11, 2001

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    On September 11, 2001, terrorists savagely attacked the United States of American. Thousands of individuals lost their lives as two airplanes crashed into the two World Trade Center 1`buildings and the Pentagon. This brutal act shook the world. This terrorists’ attack has changed many aspects of people’s lives worldwide. It not only affected the US but everyone around the world. During the aftermath, we learned that we lost one of our native virgin islanders. US Army, Staff Sargent Maudlyn A. White

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    On September 11, 2001 millions of Americans were getting ready for another ordinary day of work, but little did they know the world as they knew it would change. Four airplanes were hijacked by terrorists and crashed into the World Trade Center and The Pentagon. The fourth plane was crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania after passengers retaliated against the hijackers. The terrorist attacks on America that day were performed by an Islamic terrorist group name al-Queda, led by Osama

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    On September 11, 2001 an Islamic terrorist organization named al-Qaeda committed a devastating and scaring act of terrorism towards the United States. There was four different attacks that occurred which were carried out by four passenger airliners that were hijacked. Two of the attacks took place in New York City (World Trade Center’s North and South Towers), one was at the Pentagon in Arlington Country (Virginia), and the other occurred in a field in Shanksville (Pennsylvania), which was thought

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