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Reflection on the Terrorism of September 11th 2001 When they first told us over the announcements that two planes had flew into the Twin Towers and that another one had flew into the Pentagon it didnt register in my head right away because I havent heard anything like this before I thought that the US was under war Everyone was talking about World War III I saw the second plane hitting the tower many times but what really disturbed me was when I saw people jumping out of the 92nd floor still alive and their arms and legs wailing around If I was in their place I dont know what I wouldve done Its a catch 22 you either burn inside the building and suffer a slow and painful death or jump out the window and fall many floors to the street below and die anyway I cant believe anyone can have the heart and no conscience to kill so many people as well as themselves I think that as soon as the United States finds out who is harbouring these terrorists they should bomb them However I dont think they should bomb during the day or bomb any building I think they should bomb at night that way there would be less innocent casualties because not as many people are out at night and they should bomb buildings that are important to the country If they let who ever is responsible for this live this will happen again I didnt have any family or friends that died in this mass murder but if I had had any I dont think it wouldve changed my opinion I would still feel very strong about the US bringing justice to the terrorists These events change my perspective on air travelling very much because before I was worried about the plane crashing now I have to worry about terrorists also They said that flying was
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