The Attack Of Al Qaeda Osama Bin Laden

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September 11, 2001 evil struck the United States of America in the form of ruthless terrorism. Terrorism that was sent from a terrorist group called Al-Qaeda, and leader of Al-Qaeda Osama Bin Laden. On the morning of September 11, 2001 19 hijackers hijacked 4 fully flued commercial jet liners and deliberately crashed them in buildings around the east coast. Two planes crashed into both the south and north towers of the world center. Soon after, both towers collapsed to the ground killing over 2,000 people and injuring thousands more. In Washington D.C. a plane crashed into the pentagon killing 184 and injured dozens more. Sending fear throughout Washington D.C. of wondering where the next plane might hit dozens of buildings were evacuated…show more content…
On September 11, 2001 Osama Bin Laden did successfully accomplished his mission on attacking the United States and killing thousands. The major mistake Osama Bin Laden made that day was not only attacking the most powerful country in the world, but his major mistake was to continue to keep breathing to continue to live on this earth because now his clock was ticking, ticking down his last worthless days on earth. A man that thought he could actually get away with murdering thousands of people. A man that on May 2, 2011 clock would stop ticking, a man that would be killed by United States Navy Seals, and the decision to give the go ahead to kill Osama Bin Laden that decision came from none other than the most powerful man in the world the president of the United States of America Barak Obama. President Obama entered office in January 2009 with a full plate of hard choice to make in order to get the United States stronger, better, and most importantly safer. Knowing that Osama Bin Laden was still a free man in the world made the fear of many especially in American great. President Obama knew it was his duty while in office to hunt down and capture or kill Bin Laden for not only the crimes that Bin Laden had committed against American, but as well as crimes
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