The Issue Of The War On People

1057 WordsDec 12, 20165 Pages
The War on People Since the terrorist attacks in the past, Americans have put a target on the Islamic people. We as a nation sought them as a threat to the United States because of what they practice and who that practice the same religion are labeled as “dangerous”. These “dangerous” people are the extremist who carry out and do the harm of what a terrorist would. Yet this puts weight on the shoulders of Islam’s that live within the country. The past couple years America has faced multiple wars and issues with terrorism. In 2014 terrorism was mentioned to be the number one U.S problem. The problem still stands today with further discrimination against the other races just for what a terrorist group did. Other than that it’s been nearly 15 years since the major terrorist attack of 9/11. Within those years, many achievements have been made. Achievements such as the reconstruction of the twin towers to the making of new security organizations and the assassination of Osama bin Laden. Extremist have sky rocketed and now they have categorized into separate groups. Extremists strategize who and what party to attack. Such as overthrowing capitalism, racial motivation, or based on others beliefs. The ideal of terrorism has only gotten larger since a decade and so years ago. It’s a wide spread ordeal that affects countries across the globe, not just here in the U.S. Even though some of these terrorist groups are not attacking the U.S, personally people still seem much more
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