The Terror Of Osama Bin Laden

1292 WordsNov 22, 20156 Pages
The terrorists’ attacks on September 11, 2001 centered on New York City was a devastation that affected the United States as Al-Qaeda wanted to instill fear in the mass public, and also send a message simultaneously to their counterparts that they were not to be taken lightly. Since then, it has never been forgotten and was one of the worst tragedies to occur in recent history. In an otherwise positive note, Osama Bin Laden has since been killed and his death has directly caused a morale decrease in the terrorist faction. Terrorism was always in play when it came to the United States, but it only came into the limelight with the 9/11 attacks. The attacks brought numerous repercussions, such as future health issues, problems with economics,…show more content…
Additionally, these women were found to be more prone to give birth prematurely and deliver babies with low birth weights. This would have been caused due to the dangerous pollution that the air had at the time. Since this was becoming a significant problem, the Bush administration ordered the (EPA) Environmental Protection Agency to affirm reassuring statements regarding the air quality in the aftermath of the attacks, citing national security, but they did not determine it was safe enough until June of 2002. People still living in the present are fraught with illnesses that were caused by the 9/11 attacks, and is something that has become part of their own life. Moreover, the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street has a significant economic influence as it known to be the leading financial center of the world. Following the attacks of 9/11, it was forced to close down due to security reasons, and wasn’t opened again until September 17. The week that it had opened back, many of the market’s stocks such as DJIA had decreased considerably. All of the markets that people had invested in had to be gradually brought up again as business wasn’t in circulation in the aftermath of 9/11. In 2001 revenue, U.S. stocks lost $1.4 trillion in valuation for the week after its initial opening. The U.S government provided $11.2 billion in immediate assistance to the Government of New York City along with $10.5 billion in early
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