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    “Fahrenheit 9/11”, these are just half of the documentaries in which Michael Moore has directed. The purpose of a documentary is to present a nonfictional motion picture which aims to promote or

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    9/11 Attacks

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    Aidyn Research 9/11 Attacks, 2001. Official version: On September 11, 2001, nineteen militants associated with the Islamic extremist group Al-Qaeda hijacked four airliners and carried out suicide attacks in the United States. Two planes were flown into the towers of the World Trade Centre in New York City. A third plane hit the Pentagon just outside Washington D.C., and the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Often referred to as 9/11, the attack resulted in extensive death and destruction

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    9/11

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    I will be examining how the attack of 9/11 on the Twin Towers compelled urban planners to adapt and prevent future terrorists’ attacks and affected the United States’ social and cultural infrastructures. The attack of 9/11 on the Twin Towers by Osama Bin Laden killed nearly 3,000 people, and traumatized the entire nation (Facts About 9/11). This heinous act was an attempt to incur irreparable damage to the U.S. economy by destroying the Towers, and more largely, to obliterate these symbols of the

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    September 11, 2001, was a dark day for most Americans. As on this day there was one of the country’s most violent acts of terrorism. This act was two commercial planes flying into the World Trade Center, the Twin Towers. This event causes the towers to collapse, killing lots of people. We’ll forever remember the people who died on that day and we’ll forever learn how to prevent it from happening again. I ,personally, am learning new thing about the events that lead up to and the events that did

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    On September 11, 2001, the Islamic group, al-Qaeda, hijacked four airplanes and spreaded out against targets in the United States. “Two of the planes were flown into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, a third plane hit the Pentagon just outside Washington, D.C., and the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Over 3,000 people were killed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks” (“9/11 Attack”), which caused the U.S. horrific sorrow. As I was interviewing Ms. Phyllis

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    September 11 And 9 / 11

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    On September 11, 2001, 19 members of a terrorist group called al-Qaeda who were lead by Osama bin Laden were responsible for the attacks and organised by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, and Mohammed Atef. The terrorist group hijacked four U.S. airplanes and used them to strike various targets on the East Coast. The carefully planned attacks killed 2,996 people, including 19 terrorists, and more than 6,000 others were wounded, making it the worst attack on the United States in history. The September Eleven

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    with some 9/11 theories. Everyone knows that Osama bin Laden part of 9/11. Not everyone knows that some other people were involved. The buildings were shut down the weekend before the attack. With all the information I can find online and know about this attack personally will be used. We will cover how exactly 9/11 was an inside job, those builds were rigged with explosives. The planes that struck were not just “random” planes. They had the perfect flight paths. American Airline Flight 11 and United

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    9/11 Reflection

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    One major impact on me that I can remember is probably 9/11. I remember I was working at IBM at the time and one of my coworkers announced to us that a plane hit the Twin Towers. All of us thought it was an accident; I don't think anybody could imagine someone doing this barbaric thing on purpose. All of that change when we heard that another plane hit the towers; barbaric it might have been, but someone was doing this on purpose. All of us went to the nearest source we could find to watch the news

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    9/11 Myth

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    individuals concerned, as for the nation itself, the injury of 9/11 warrants collective mourning. As Lisa Beamer observes, we were all “reeling, attempting to comprehend the reality of what [we] had seen.” (9) She is herself extolled as an “unpretentious homemaker and mother” through which “an entire nation can…find hope.” (back cover) Her husband, Todd, typifies a “top young sales representative.” (2) Breitweiser declares herself “a 9/11 widow” and almost beatifies her affluent status. Giuliani cites

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    9/11 Reflection

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    September 11, 2001 started off like any other day in the news. Morning shows were shutting it down for the day; assignment desk editors were changing shifts; general assignment reporters were preparing for news meetings. And then the clock struck 8:46 a.m. eastern time. From that second on, we know the horrifying details and remember the chilling visuals. Everyone in the world has a “Where were you then” story etched in his/her mind forever. One other thing changed on that day: the media itself

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