September 11 Attacks

September 11 Attacks

September 11 Attacks
It was suicide attacks on two different targets in the United States of America on September 11, 2001, by planes kidnapped by an al-Qaeda organization. The targets were the Twin Towers in New York City, 17 minutes after the plane hit the north tower, and a plane crashed in the south tower. Hours after the crashes, 1.8 million tons of debris remained.
Immediately after the attack, US President George W. Bush said it was a “terrorist attack.”
A few hours after the attacks, another plane was hijacked, and it hit the US defense ministry building, the Pentagon.
Later, a fourth aircraft was said to have been hijacked, but the plane crashed into an empty land in the province of Pennsylvania before it committed suicide.
September 11 and Later
The balance of all these terrorist attacks was very painful, a total of 2.977 people were killed, 6 wounded and hundreds of missing people. The impact of the $ 120 billion attacks on the US economy was enormous. From this date on, security and diplomacy policies have changed all over the world and this terrorist attack has been called “the day the world has changed”. Anyone suspected of terrorism was sent to a special prison called Guantanamo, allegedly tortured in prison for people alleged to be members of Al Qaeda. The US announced that it would fight terrorism with the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.

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