Understanding Of War On The Terror

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Understanding of war on the terror
The most tearful and saddest day is the September 11, 2011. If I was in that day during that event, kids like myself going to school and only put themselves glued to a television screen or all the news of the radio to hear horror story as two air planes rammed themselves into the World Trade Center. For those who were students, it was a vision that they cannot comprehend as people were screaming and begging for help on the ground while those who was in those building at that time of the attack jumped off to get a quick death. And for children at those moments, when they went home, they could not see their parents, their brothers and sisters. After few days passed by, they realize that their family was passed away. They lost their family within few moments and they became orphans; they did not understand how this event would end up being a wakeup call for everyone in the world; and this day will mark the moment of events in United Stated history where regulations on security in airports. Not only airports, many other public locations will change the way of thinking with this society nowadays. And few years later passed by, those children who have become adults now think the world in a different scope compared to what it was years ago, and along with those changes created a new generation that brings out the different outlooks and opinions on how the world should react when facing impending threats that have the capacity to jeopardize the…

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