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The War on Terror

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SEALs find Osama with Bullet in Brain
Sources
TSA Tightens Airport Security After 9/11
Osama Bin Laden Killed
The Transportation of Security Administration (TSA) was formed in November of 2001, following the attacks of 9/11. Nearly 50,000 TSA security officers screen approximately 2 million passengers each day at 775 security checkpoints in more than 450 airports nationwide. We now have to be more cautious as to what we take on planes.
On May 2, 2011, Osama Bin Laden is found dead by Navy SEALs, caused by a bullet lodged in his brain. This has had a positive effect on the war on terror because Al Qaeda soon began to fall apart without Bin Laden to lead.
period 3
Monday, May 12, 2014
Bolfing, Herrera, John
War on Terror Begins
September 11, 2001
'Global War on Terror' is Over
Obama Declares War on Terror Over
On September 11, 2001, a group of Muslim extremists called Al Qaeda hijacked planes and crashed into the twin towers, causing national catastrophe and grief. The event lead to 2,996 deaths. There is no definite cause for the event, although some believe it was an attack on the symbol of power that America was. America retaliated by tightening airport security and declaring a war on the terrorist group. To this day, Americans remember the victims of this devastating event every year on 9/11.
On May 23, 2013, President Barack Obama declared the war on terror to be over. "Where appropriate, we will bring terrorists to justice in our courts and military justice system. And we will insist that judicial review be available for every detainee" said Obama. Because of this declaration, America will no longer put money into fighting terrorist or extremist groups.
The War on Terror
American Embassy stormed by Iranian Students
http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1007/6622.html
http://articles.latimes.com/2001/sep/11/news/ss-44619
http://sundial.csun.edu/2011/09/tsa-tightens-aiport-security-after-911/
http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/osama-bin-laden-killed/story?id=13505703
http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2013/05/23/obama-global-war-on-terror-is-over

On November 4, 1979, student followers of the Ayatollah Khomeini stormed the U.S. embassy in Tehran. The radical Islamists took 90 people hostage. The students were angered by the U.S. support for Mohammad Reza Phlavi, the Shah of Iran. The hostages were released after 444 days.
Osama Bin Laden is killed by American Special forces in a surprise raid against his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
Osama Bin Laden Killed
May 2nd, 2011
President Barack Obama announces that an additional 30,000 American troops will be sent to Afghanistan bringing US and NATO troop totals to more than 140,000.
More troops to be sent
Dec 1st , 2009
President George W Bush announces that he will send an additional 20,000 troops to Iraq as part of a shift in American Military strategy. Under this new strategy labeled “ the surge”, American troops will pacify and protect individual neighborhoods rather than combat sectarian violence through mobile patrols.
The Surge
Jan 10th, 2007
Former Iraq president Saddam Hussein is captured near Tikrit, ending his seven-month evasion of coalition forces.

Saddam Hussein is captured near Tikrit
December 13th , 2003
President Bush announces the start of a war against Iraq. Allied forces begin the campaign with strikes on military targets, including an attempt to kill Saddam Hussein.

Bush Declares start of Iraq War; Missile said to be Aimed at Hussein.
March 20th, 2003
Us planes strike targets in Baghdad launching Operation Iraqi Freedom. American, British, Australian, and Polish troop commence the land invasion on March 20th.
Operation Iraqi freedom
March 19th, 2003
Congress passes the Patriot-Act with little dissent. The act expands the search and electronic surveillance powers of federal agencies while investigating persons suspected of terrorism.
Congress Passes the Patriot Act with little dissent.
October 26, 2001
American air strikes on Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, and Taliban strongholds in Jalalabad and Kandahar mark the beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. grounds forces will also join the Northern Alliance to drive the Taliban was from Kabul by mid November.
American Air Strikes on Kabul
October 7th, 2001
Two commercial airlines are hijacked and crashed into New York city’s World Trade Towers. A third hijacked airliner is crashed into the pentagon in Arlington Virginia. A fourth crashes in a field in Pennsylvania after its passengers rush the hijackers forcing the jet to the ground. Almost 3000 people are killed in the attacks coordinated by Al Qaeda, a radical Islamic organization based in Afghanistan.
Two commercial airlines are hijacked and crashed.
September 11th, 2001

Iranian students storm the American embassy in 66 persons captive. Most women and African Americans will be released, but 51 American citizens will be held for 444 days.
American Embassy Stormed
November 4, 1979
By: Kristian Herrera, Michaela bolfing, Nithin john.
War on terror time line
3 ways young people are impacted by the war on terror.
One of the ways the younger people are impacted by the war on terror is that we are being constantly watched by the government through our text messages and our phone calls. There isn't a phone call that goes through, that the government isn't listening in on. We have to be more cautious as to what we say because it could be interpreted the wrong way and things may go south.
Because of terrorist acts on the united states, our economy has gone down. Due to this dramatic decrease in our economy people have been laid off from their jobs, and companies have lost business.
Another way that younger people have been effected by the war on terror is by the way kids treat other kids due to their race. If kids are indian they are sometimes made fun of and or singled out.
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