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9/11

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Transcript of 9/11

Planned 9/11 attacks.

Responsible for many deaths.


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Al Qaeda
Bibliography
Sline's Argument
Felix's Argument
9/11
Attacks.

-Felix
-Sline

Class Discussion
Who is Al Qaeda ?

What is Al Qaeda responsible for ?
Topic Background
Thesis
Background
Evidence
Conclusion
9/11 was a terrorist attack .
Al Qaeda has not been defeated.
Thesis
The threat of Al Qaeda has been
Exaggerated.
Background
Evidence
Conclusion
Exaggerated overseas as well.

Al Qaeda attacks are more likely to occur
abroad.
Terrorism greatly diminished.


Terrorism is exaggerated but we shouldn't worry.
South African men held back.
Found guilty.
Security being improved.
confirmed in Al Qaeda company.
Terrorist are recruiting.
No direct attacks for now.
Security will not allow attacks.
Reducing terrorist attacks.
Al Qaeda has not been defeated
and terrorist will soon attack if
nothing is done.
Scherer, John L. "The Threat of al Qaeda Has Been Exaggerated." America's Battle Against Terrorism. Ed. Andrea C. Nakaya. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2005. Current Controversies. Rpt. from "Is Terrorism's Threat Overblown?" USA Today Magazine Jan. 2003. Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Web. 16. 2014.
Not much damage done.
No attacks in 15 years.
Food poison not a problem.
No more threats.
"SA Pair Met Top Al-Qaeda Men - Kasrils." Africa News Service 26 Aug. 2004. Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Web. 16 Dec. 2014.
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