The Attack On The World Trade Center Essay

812 Words Sep 22nd, 2015 4 Pages
On September 11th, 2001, the attack on the World Trade Center basically started a long never ending war on terrorism. On that day some Arabic men hijacked airplanes during the middle of the flight, and they flew the plans into skyscrapers at the World Trade Center in New Your City. This impact made the Twin Towers collapse. Later on, we found out that a man by the name of Osama Bin Laden was the reason for the terroristic attack on the United States of America. Many of us would love to place the blame on him for terrorism. His followers praised him for his triumph on the successful attack, but almost all Americans would have loved to see Osama Bin Laden hung on national television. Even though society has different views on that, is it fair to say one man, Osama Bin Laden, was the entire reason for terrorism? How can one petite elderly man be the cause of such a big chaos in society? Sure, Osama Bin Laden was no saint or angel, but it’s illogical that he made such a huge splash in the society. He was a victim to how terrorism tears people up in the inside in makes them do crazy things. He only got to be the face of terrorism across the world because he was known as a leader to everyone for accomplishing what Arabic’s thought could never be done by trying to overthrow the United States. Osama was just lucky to be in the right position to leading others to do his dirty work. Even after his death on May 2nd 2011, there was still a colossal problem dealing with terrorism. I…

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