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New Video Of First Plane Hit 911 9/11 9 11 terrorist attack on Twin Towers Word Trade Center

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Via Lucas Duenwald
katelyn kime's insight:

This video is a great reminder of what the U.S went thorugh when 9/11 happened. 9/11 is what made all the changes in the U.S with security and lots more laws went into effect. Our country has not been the same since then and its hard to think just because this happened that almost everything has security now a days. 

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American franchises want to take over Afghanistan

For nearly a decade, the US military has occupied Afghanistan to fight the war on terror. President Obama recently called for the end of the controversial wa...

Via Troy Mccomas (troy48)
katelyn kime's insight:

This video talked about how an unstable country Afghanistan which we have been fighting there since 2001 and still are not done fighting are getting a few businesses that the U.S mainly have. The businesses are Radio Shack University which is corporate in Texas and Hertz. They think that having these stores open in a unstable country is weird with all of the terrosit attacks and could also be a bad idea because that can bring unstableness to the U.S with having buisnesses in conection. 

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Jessica Pottridge's comment, October 2, 2013 12:06 PM
I completely agree with you. I don't think that having connections with them through businesses is a very good idea right now. Their country isn't stable and it could have some bad effects on us.
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Hillary Clinton: "We Created Al Qaeda". The Protagonists of the "Global War on Terrorism" are the Terrorists

Hillary Clinton: "We Created Al Qaeda". The Protagonists of the "Global War on Terrorism" are the Terrorists | war on terror | Scoop.it

The following video features Hillary Clinton candidly acknowledging that America created and funded Al Qaeda as a terrorist organization in the heyday of the Soviet-Afghan war. 

 

What she does not mention is that at no time in the course of the last 30 years has the US ceased to support and finance Al Qaeda as a means to destabilizing sovereign countries.

 

The Global War on Terror (GWOT) is led by the United States. It is not directed against Al Qaeda.


Via Watch and Think
katelyn kime's insight:

This video clip pointed out certain things that I have never thought about before. It pointed out that the countries we help today, or go to war with we have most likely helped out in the past. Either we have sent out troops to that area or gave them money for supplies or something like that earlier and then now it seems like those are the target counties that start terror. 

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Alexa Dingeman's curator insight, October 1, 2013 10:23 PM

We helped Pakistan 20 years ago and we help them beat the Soviet Union. Now we are out of Pakistan and we want nothing to do with Pakistan. We are now pushing them away. It brought things to me that I did not realize. We have been in and out of Pakitsan many times. This has caused more and more tension. 

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Panorama: The Brothers Who Bombed Boston

Panorama: The Brothers Who Bombed Boston | war on terror | Scoop.it

On the 15th of April, in the worst terrorist attack on American soil since 9/11, two homemade bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 200 participants and spectators. With interviews with those who knew them, Panorama reporter Hilary Andersson explores how the two suspected bombers - brothers raised and educated in the US - became radicalised, and asks if America's war on terror has come home.


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katelyn kime's insight:

The bombing at the Boston Marathon has been the worst thing that has happened to the US since 9/11. It was something very unexpected and was very scary. It killed several people and injured many more. What was really bad and upsetting was to two brothers that made the bombs and set them off were Americans. It wan't that it was a terrorist attack it was natives that did it. How the US acted afterward I would say was pretty good as well as how Obama handled it. 

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Laurel Stelter's comment, October 2, 2013 11:54 AM
This article really grabbed my attention. I think that the people of the US need to realize that they are not being spied on. They are being protected. I feel that Muslims do not need to be concerned about the camera. If they aren't going to cause any harm, the camera shouldn't bother them.
Joe Blauw's comment, October 2, 2013 1:11 PM
It was devastating that it was in our home country and it was a person who lived in america for a few years
Maddison Stursma's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:49 AM

This article talks about how the Boston bombing was the worst terrorist attack on America since 9/11. The brothers that set off the bombs were Americans

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How the War on Terror Changed the Way America Fights - The Atlantic

How the War on Terror Changed the Way America Fights - The Atlantic | war on terror | Scoop.it
The Atlantic
How the War on Terror Changed the Way America Fights
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Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 'war' has come to mean something different for the U.S.

Via Klage Van Vark, Sydney Cummings
katelyn kime's insight:

This article was very powerful on what Obama wants to do. HIs opinon of going to war in Syria is now to not go to war. He says we have been to war with Iraq, Afganastian and that people don't want to go to war with another country. Obama is letting congress vote on it but as of right now he doesn't want to go to war with them. 

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Joe Blauw's comment, September 27, 2013 1:29 PM
since 2001 the US's definition of war is we send in foot troops to help rebuild after a terrorist attack
yongyee yang's comment, October 2, 2013 1:11 PM
I think that although we may be tired of fighting in wars that we weren't involved in, it'd still be smart to join anyway. I think that we should do this because we didn't join WW2 until a while, and that cost us a lot just because no one would stand up to Hitler. What I'm trying to say is that we should do it anyway so that we could hopefully keep things in check before they get out of hand.
Maddison Stursma's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:46 AM

This article talked about how the war has slowed down america. It also talked about how we want peace and don't want to be in any more wars unless there is no option

 

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Pakistan should reconsider support for US war on terror: Nawaz

Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif, seen as the front-runner in election race, said the country should reconsider its support for the US war on militancy and suggested that he was in favour of negotiations with the Taliban. Nawaz said the military’s US-backed campaign against the Taliban was not the best way to defeat the insurgency.


Via @PakistanWeekly
katelyn kime's insight:

This article was about how people are starting to feel about how terror is treated and "solved." Nawaz Sharif a muslim from Pakistan thinks there should be a different way to handle terror around the world other than always using guns and bullets, to answer the problem. It made me think of how true that is. If you think of any time the U.S had gotten involved with another country its always by firing weapons or guns. Some times its the help by supplies or money, but for the most part its alot of the times by bullets. 

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Jessica Pottridge's comment, October 2, 2013 11:52 AM
I completely agree with what you said. Going to war isn't always the answer, we should honestly try to find a new way to solve our problems and if completely necessary then go to war.
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Canada cuts diplomatic ties to Iran - War On Terror News

Canada cuts diplomatic ties to Iran - War On Terror News | war on terror | Scoop.it
Canada says it is suspending diplomatic relations with Iran, closing its embassy in Tehran and expelling all Iranian diplomats from Canada.

Via Nicolas Van Erdewyk, sebastian Martin
katelyn kime's insight:

Canda is very friendly when it comes to war on terror for the most part they are very mutual with other countries. If Canada is involved with something it normally isn't for long. For example in this article it talked about how Canada was involved with Iran.  Canda pulled there troops out and is no longer in Iran because Canda thinks that Iran is one of the worst threats against peace to other countires. Canda likes to be a very peaceful country. 

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sebastian Martin's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:27 PM

Canada is stopping their relationships with Iran. Canada's foreign minister thinks that Iran is not good for global peace. They have a nuclear program that Canada is unsure of. Canada believes that Iran sponsors terrorists. In my opinion, I don't blame Canada for ending their relationship with Iran. Canada thinks that Iran is just a country full of terrorists. 

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Obama welcomes Syria chemical weapons deal but retains strikes ...

Obama welcomes Syria chemical weapons deal but retains strikes ... | war on terror | Scoop.it
US and Russia reach Geneva agreement to destroy Syria stockpile by mid-2014 but differ on steps to be taken if plan fails.

Via sebastian Martin
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President Obama and Russia have made an agreement after 3 days to stop chemical weapons in Syria. If they keep making the chemical weapons Obama said we will then launch military strike. By November Syria is supposed to let the US in the country to inspect. By the middle of next year all of the weapons will be destroyed. They are gradually doing this process as the hope is to then limit the weapons for good. 

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Kaytline Schroder's curator insight, October 2, 2013 12:00 PM

I think this is good. Syria is a threat to America because of their chemical weapons. 

sebastian Martin's curator insight, October 3, 2013 4:04 PM

Syria has to provide a list of their chemical weapons to the United States. Obama wants to disarm them of their weapons. Obama keeps changing his mind about what to do. Syria is killing their own people and have killed over 1,400 people. He is working with Russia to come up with a plan. In my opinion, I think it is ridiculous that they can bomb their own people and not get a consequence for it. It is not right. 

Maddison Stursma's curator insight, October 3, 2013 7:15 PM

This article talks about how Russia and Obama have come up with an agreement that after three days they will stop chemical weapons in syria. If production continues obama will use military strike