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The Power of Actions United States of America was attacked on September 11 2002 by a terrorist organization The terrorist hijacked Boeing passenger airplanes and crashing two of them into the side of the World Trade Centers in New York City New York taking the lives of many working citizens and rescuers and two others One into a wall of the Pentagon in Washington DC and the other into fields outside of Pennsylvania The organization responsible for these attacks was the al-Qaeda Members of al-Qaeda lived in the US prior the attacks and were trained how to fly by US schools They used all of the resources provided by the US for its citizens to plan and plot terrorist attacks on the country that at the time was housing them The al-Qaeda did what they thought would make the US weak and collapse Since that day the US has stood together with more pride in their country and more love for each other since the attacks on Pearl Harbor The US is not afraid to fight for what they believe in and will protect their homes and its people Americans will continue to fight against the al-Qaeda and any other terrorist organizations that are believed to be plotting against any other countries The US citizens had nothing but the World Trade Center in mind and all the lives that were taken Everyday citizens would tune in on the radio or television to listen for updates on missing people The citizens wanted retaliation on who ever did the horrendous acts of hate Many were ready for war and many were ready to fight but before the US engaged in war the President of the US let the people know it was not going to be a quick and easy war Americans should not expect one battle but a lengthy campaign unlike any other we have seen It may include dramatic strikes visible on television and
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