Afghanistan War Essay

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In 2001 the Twin Towers were destroyed by two planes and also there were two other planes one was supposed to hit the White House and the other the Pentagon. This started the war in Afghanistan. It’s been eight years since this incident, and the United States and President Obama still want to keep this war going. Next year they are going to send 30,000 troops to Afghanistan and Iraq. There are three reasons why they shouldn’t send them: one for their safety; two Afghanistan should keep their business to themselves; and three it’s going to affect the economy big time. First of all President Obama is going to send 30,000 troops to Afghanistan next year. My first reason on why he shouldn’t is because of their safety, like for example people…show more content…
See this isn’t our problem yet because they are planning but they haven’t done it yet. So the United States military should just get prepared and stop this war. Because is this all necessary to really to keep this war going, it’s been eight years really they should just don’t send the troops. Ok also before the twin towers were destroyed, Afghanistan had more problems with their neighbor they were going to get in a war and that’s when the United States got involved and tried to stop that war from happening. Like they shouldn’t have gotten involved because probably when they destroyed the Twins Towers was because they were nosy and got involved on what was not any of their business. So yea they really shouldn’t gotten into that problem because now we, the United States, are the ones who are suffering from all this. Many would argue that the story of how 9/11 came about goes back, at least, to 1979 when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, with which it shares a border. Afghanistan had experienced several problems since 1973, when the Afghanistan monarchy was overthrown by Daud Khan, who was sympathetic to Soviet overtures. An unsuspected attack reflected struggles within Afghanistan among factions with different ideas about how Afghanistan should be governed and whether it should be communist, and with the problems with the Soviet Union. The Soviets intervened following the overthrow of a pro-communist leader. In late December 1979, after several months
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