The Effect Of 9/11 On Terrorism

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Al Qaeda, a militant group of terrorist attackers who was founded by Osama bin Laden and popularly contribute by the Islamic extremist, had planned their corrupt attack against the United States and “There acts- crimes against humanity- were derived from a reasoned hatred, a distorted fundamentalism that transformed belief, intellect and compassion into a mutant, predatory ‘final solution ‘ politics (Scraton, 2).” This horrific act was guided by the feeling of hatred towards the U.S. system, the terrorist militants perspective enables them to commit this inhuman acts by believing that killing more people is a satisfaction and a respect for their beliefs in which identity is being manipulated, if an individual sees themselves though identity …show more content…
The acting comptroller general, Dodara, explains “ the national strategy or combating terrorism, independent 9/11 commission, and congressional legislation called for a comprehensive plan that included all elements of national power- diplomatic military, intelligence, development assistance, economic, and law enforcement (Dodaro, 2).” There has been a grade shift of policy’s after the 9/11, there is no country ready for this attacks but our country has experienced this fatally and inhuman attack therefore we have learned that there are many changes and improvements yet to be done in order to be prepared for attacks. The increasing oversight will allow our country to be attentive by helping the Pakistanis to combat terrorism in their border areas and region by providing Pakistan with over $10 billion to be used for economic, military, and by developing assistance to destroy terrorist threat. Although the U.S. and Pakistan are working together there has been studies that explains that al Qaeda wants to regenerate their ability to attack our country by succeeding in establishing safe heaven in Pakistan. Al Qaeda has been looking for ways to damage and arise violence towards our country by their location and training terrorist operatives …show more content…
system through its political, societal, and personal decisions. It is the most inhumane and monstrous action committed since it took the lives of thousands of innocent citizens, as well as the beginning of a strong period for the world. As Scraton mentioned, we are now all aware and afraid that this action can be repeated. I personally agree to Scraton’s finding, when I walk by Downtown L.A. I remember of the 9/11 attack and it makes me loose trust and make me feel that anything can happen, we live in a world in where some individuals see violence as necessary. Overall, the event still haunts citizens and governments lives; this case exemplifies a fairly typical for traumatic experiences of disaster survivor. Many victims are just beginning a long recovery process that attempts to reestablish a sense of security to personal, national, and global levels and with this plans it helps combat domestic terrorism. Our country wasn’t ready for the terrorism attack, they never thought it will be important to implement laws but with the attack our nation has learned from their errors now there are different level of agency’s that overlook specifically at terrorist

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