President George W. Bush And 9/11: The Targets Of The Iraq War

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How many times have we heard of military soldiers going on a mission to end a war or destroy the enemy? America has been training many young teens to become marines and soldiers. During 2003, our government was under the Bush Presidency. George W. Bush had to come up with a plan to protect his people from war after the 9/11 attack which left many families in shock of what have transpired. In the article written by John Stoessinger and Marvin Gentlemen explains the risks and actions the America President takes to ensure that America was safe. Those two articles briefly explain the concept associated with the Iraq invasion as Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden was the main target for the 9/11 attack. President George W. Bush main focus was to …show more content…
Bush, Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden, that is, both leaders wanted to protect their own people from their enemy. However, their approach was different in a sense that Bush was trying to make a peaceful war but Saddam refused to follow the UN resolution and let the Government investigators carry out their research. His action is what prompted George W. Bush to go to war, while Osama Bin Laden was training his people to act at any time when the American military try to invade their country. Therefore, we can see that these leaders main concern was their nation, but something had to be done to stop war. George W. Bush had a strong claim as to why he feels the US should go to war. The 9/11 attack was the main target in his debate with the government officials since many evidence was against Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein. He knew that if another crime was to be committed by these terrorist group, it would be bigger and more destructive than the 9/11 attack. Therefore, he decides that US should destroy these terrorist group and their …show more content…
His assumptions were that if America was not so cruel to the Muslims in Iraq and their neighbouring country, Osama Bin Laden would not have issued a fatwa to kill the Americans. He relates the fatwa to the words of God from the holy book and Prophet Mohamed as he says “And why should ye not fight in the cause of God and of those who, being weak, are ill-treated and oppressed-women and children, whose cry is ‘Our Lord, rescue us from this town, whose people are oppressors; and raise for us thee one who will help!’” This statement shows how Bin Laden felt after many were killed during the massacre done by crusaders-Zionist alliance troop. Therefore, Bin Laden decided to gather as many young children and train them to fight back for what they have lost during those previous attacks. Bin Laden aim was to create a stronger forces and more highly destructive

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