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Reaction on Terrorists Attacks Recently the US has been under attack by foreign terrorists The Terrorists sieged four American planes by force with the use of box cutters and knifes After taking over the airplanes they dive-bombed the Pentagon and the US trade center The US has been unsure what actions to take upon the leader who they believe to be in charge of the whole plan to attack the US It is hard to make a decision because the US doesnt really know where to find this guy So far they know he is in Pakistan They believe he lives underground and in caves which makes it hard to locate him Now I am not an US but I will give my opinion and my views I am happy to see the way that the US is handling this tragedy Many people are volunteering to help find survivors Many of the volunteers are citizens of the race that is believed to be attacking us I also happy that citizens that are not that race arent beating on those people and starting riots The people on the hijacked planes are pitiful because if there is at least ten passengers on them planes those terrorists shouldnt have taken over those aircraft It was just to many people on that and to few with knifes to take over those planes Also why didnt the US react to four planes heading to the West Coast that suddenly turned around I believe it should have been noticed and taken care of Now it is time to take action This what the money that goes too military is used for I believe we have an ample amount of weapons and resources to deal with this problem Many people I have talked with feel the same way It is time for the US to take action People of the US dont enjoy being laughed at by little Palestinian kids We
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