The Impact Of Immigration On The United States

1692 WordsDec 17, 20157 Pages
Immigration has radically changed a religion picture in the United States. At the present time people with their unique culture, specific habits and traditions participate in our society. America is their home as well as ours. To live in peace together we have to understand, communicate and integrate with each other. But sometimes unforeseen events happen and crash the whole global hope for productive cooperation. On September 11, 2001, the tragedy in the USA shocked the whole world. It was the message to the US government that something had been wrong with national security. At the beginning of the 21st century, we are facing a problem called terrorism which is too close with the clash of civilizations. Afterwards, the bitterest enemy was Al-Qaeda, Islamic terror group. On September 11, an attack included three main targets – the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the White House, and the last one was failed. To achieve their goals, the terrorists skyjacked four airliners with passengers. Two of these planes they directed towards towers of the World Trade Center. In the consequence two buildings were damaged. The third airliner was directed to the Pentagon. Both these operations were successfully carried out, but the last was unfinished. And the fourth airplane was directed to the White House, but its passengers made an effort to intercept one from the terrorists’ management, and the plane crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania (usatoday.com). The reaction of President
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