The War On Terrorism And Terrorism

1614 WordsMar 20, 20167 Pages
Its more than 15 years yet America is not, nor is the world the same as prior to September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Suspicions and distrust of “other”, fear of the unknown, and unease about the role and status of the United States of America permeates the air. Islamophobic attacks increase by 1,700% in 2001. Prior to 9/11, the FBI recorded just 28 hate crimes against Muslims. The following year it increased to 481. For visible Muslims, the threat of violence and abuse is even higher (especially for women). Another fact 9/11 or 7/7 were often labeled as conspiracy theories, but more in-depth investigations and analysis can bring out the truth behind each of these geopolitical events. The point is that Islam has been consistently portrayed by global media as a violent-prone religion that is diametrically opposed to the West. Since then so-called “War on Terrorism, “against a vague and undefined enemy, rages on in from Iraq to Syria. Since September 11, 2001, the United States has initiated a number of wars in Muslim countries. These wars, which would be more correctly called massacres, have resulted in the deaths of countless innocent Muslims. Despite there are many ways to see that Muslims were not responsible for 9/11. It’s a fact that the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001 brought Islam into the national and international spotlight with a new intensity. But despite all conspiracy theories and blame games, one has to look into who actually seems to have

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