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10 Ways the World Has Changed Since 9/11

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Transcript of 10 Ways the World Has Changed Since 9/11

10 Ways the World Has Changed Since 9/11
Transit Security
Transportation Security has changed drastically due to 9/11. The Department of Homeland Security has entirely replaced private airport security with TSA (Transportation Security Administration) personnel. A number of private airport guards remained on the job, while they were slowly being phased out. Trucking companies who handle hazardous material have also suggest increased security measures for their industry.

The USA Patriot Act of 2001 made it much easier for law enforcement agencies to search medical, telephone and financial records and many more.
The Patriot Act of 2001 significantly weakened restrictions on law enforcement agencies' gathering of intelligence within the United States.
After 911, NATO signed a treaty:
"The Parties agree that an armed attack against one or more of them in Europe or North America shall be considered an attack against them all and consequently they agree that, if such an armed attack occurs, each of them, in exercise of the right of individual or collective self-defense…will assist the Party or Parties so attacked."
Immigration, Tourism and Deportations
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Public Event and Retail Security
Sports arenas, hotels, and shopping malls have seen a drastic increase in numbers and training for security officers. Training that was once reserved for U.S. military and Israeli police has been given to private security personnel to be better able to identify suicide bombers and potential terrorists.
Visas given has been decreased by 40% since 2001. The country with the most notable drop in visas since 9/11 has been Pakistan, dropping by 60%.Tourism fell in America for 3 years but started rising again in 2004. Deportation as a whole rose 104% from 2001-2010.
Capturing al-Qua'ida's Leaders
There is an estimate of over 100 planned terrorist attacks that have been prevented since 9/11, many in the US and Great Britain.
Almost two-thirds of the al-Qua'ida's leaders have been capture or killed, but more and more leaders grow as others are killed.
Muslim Americans faced an upsurge in negative stereotypes expressed by the
larger society and Muslim immigrants, more than any other immigrant group,
were met with negative attitudes

Muslim American
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Military Service: Post 9/11
According to the Pew Research Center, before going to war with Iraq, about 63% of Americans supported military action in Iraq. But that number began to shrink as the years went on. Younger Americans changed their view of war after experiencing 9/11 firsthand.
We are less tolerant of Islam

A recent Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life poll found that only 30% of Americans hold a favorable view of the Muslim religion. 35% of Americans believe Islam is more likely that other religions to encourage violence.

Hands off that unattended package, bag, suitcase, container, etc. Time was when abandoned packages might have invited a care-free inspection of the item to identify its owner. "If you see something, say something."
If you see something, say something
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