Terrorism in the United States
Terrorism endangers the life of every single person in the world, and it’s been around longer than some people think. Al Qaeda attempted to to blow up the world trade center in 1993 but did not succeed in doing so. The United States has been a victim of terrorist attacks more than a handful of times in the 1990’s. Terrorism isn’t only a problem that the United States of America has to deal with. It happens all around the world, and there are many effects that terrorism causes throughout the whole world.
Terrorism has a big effect of the people here. When a terrorist strikes, it is scary. Victims of terrorist attacks by the year 1985 was at 816 people, in 2001 the number of deaths rose to 3,295 because of the attacks on the 11th of September, 2001. 2996 people died on this day. More than 1,000 people died because of acts of terror in 2003. Nobody expects this kind of stuff to happen. But since it does happy, people have to live in fear, and worry about “what if” this happens again. A lot of people are even the government are constantly asking themselves “are we ready?”. This can happen any time, and any day. There is no way to really prepare yourself since you don’t know when and what will happen next.
It is believed that terrorist strike for a couple different reason. There are a lot of people in the world who hate the United States and would risk their life as a suicide bomber. They use murder, kidnapping, hijacking, and bombings to perform these attacks. “The single biggest threat to U.S. security, both short-term, medium-term and long-term,” President Barack Obama said April 11, is the possibility that terrorists might obtain a nuclear weapon. The second biggest threat to world history’s mightiest military state, it goes without saying, are terrorists without nuclear weapons but armed with box-cutters, rifles or homemade explosives.“ In order to solve the problem of terrorism , the root of the problem...
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