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Islam extremists have been launching various attacks in different parts of the world and the United States long before 9/11. As a response, the U.S. adopted anti-terrorism measures to monitor, intercept, and prevent future attacks. These preventive measures, however, proved insufficient to counter the elaborate plan of al Qaeda leader Usama Bin Ladin that culminated in 9/11. Problems in command, communications, and improvised defense and emergency response served to aggravate the consequences of the attacks. Despite the many points of vulnerability in the terrorist plot and opportunities to disrupt it, no measures of the U.S. were able to prevent the attack. Failures in imagination, policy, capabilities, and management weakened the country’s national security and exposed it to potential threats. In addition, the unsuccessful diplomacy with countries known to directly or indirectly support Bin Ladin such as Afghanistan and Pakistan, the limited military actions in combating terrorism, and the problems within the intelligence community served to further erode the nation’s defenses against terrorist attacks. A strategy comprised of three dimensions which include attacking terrorists and their organization, preventing the growth of Islamist terrorism, and preparing for future attacks is recommended. The creation of a National Counterterrorism Center and the naming of a new National Intelligence Director are also proposed.
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Therefore, the topic enhances or evaluates the existence of various things related with policy making, internal politics, programs of security agencies and administrative procedures of the nation. The disaster has brought considerable changes in the relationship between terrorism threats and crime, U.S citizens and their policies against terrorism.
The FAA stops all flight operations in the capital and around the nation for the very first time in the history of America (House of Commons Librarary, 2001, pp 1-72). The president: George Bush addresses the nation and vows to find the people responsible for the attack in order for justice to be served.
The “9/11 tragedy” has affected the political environment and socio economical condition of many countries of the world, so much so, that each inhabitant had to suffer in one way or other. Today, after more than ten years of the happening, this matter has grown into a strongly backed up controversy.
He had been teaching there for the last 30 years. He devoted himself towards the path of exposing the facts of the 9/11 incident, based on which he wrote several books like The New Pearl Harbor Revisited: 9/11, The Mysterious Collapse of World Trade Center 7: Why the Final Official Report About 9/11 is Unscientific and False, Cognitive Infiltration: An Obama Appointee’s plan to Undermine the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory, 9/11 Contradictions: An Open Letter to Congress and the Press, among others, and Debunking: An Answer to Popular Mechanics and Other Defenders of the Official Conspiracy Theory.
In seeking to understand the means by which the SEC has been able to impact upon the progression of understanding with regards to the progress that the SEC has been able to make with respect to the level of integration that universal financial accounting standards have been able to enjoy within the current world.
Initially, it is incumbent to note what 9/11 Commission is all about, including the essence of it establishment. However, "The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (also known as the 9-11 Commission), an independent, bipartisan commission created by congressional legislation and the signature of President George W.
This paper shall attempt to prove that the 9/11 attacks were an act of terror and by using the damage that it caused on multiple levels, shall attempt to establish that the American people did not by any means deserve to be damaged to such an extent. By doing so, this paper shall attempt to criticize the Falwell standpoint.
However we may choose to view it in retrospective, when they happened the 9/11 attacks were definitely both a surprise and profound shock to most American people. Prior to that fateful day in September of 2001, the American people did not have experience of terrorism from close quarters, except for the Oklahoma incident and relatively minor World Trade Center incident of 1993, and one or two major prevented attacks.
One, at around "8:46 hours Eastern Time", the suicide hijackers crashed the "American Airlines Flight 11" into the world Business Center's North Tower; the tower collapsed and crumbled into pieces (National Commission on Terrorist Attacks, chapter 5). Minutes later, a similar attack - involving the "United Airlines Flight 175" - occurred where the plane was crushed into the "Southern tower" of the centre; the tower also collapsed (National Commission on Terrorist Attacks, chapter 5).