Specifically the united states.

Write a final term paper on an instructor-approved topic related to the materials covered in the course readings. More specificity will be discussed later in the course. The paper requires a minimum of 7 pages and a maximum of 12 pages. This is an APA 7 style paper; a template for the APA format is under resources on the left side under quick links. You do not need an abstract, but you do need a title page. The use of APA headers allows the reader to understand the topics you are covering and are encouraged. All information on this syllabus is subject to change. All changes will be announced in class. If there is a conflict between the information on this syllabus and official university policy, university policy takes precedence. You will post the paper in the blackboard turn-in link located in week 7 of the course. A 2 paragrapgh introduction was already written and is attached below: Mody Doucouré
Final Introduction
The attacks on September 11, 2001 also known as 9/11 were one of the biggest attacks in
American History. At approximately 8:30am the start of the attack in which resulted two hijacked
planes by members of Al-Qaeda crashing into both World Trade towers in New York City, another
plane that crashed into the side of the Pentagon and the last plane which was unsuccessful and
crashed in the middle of the field in Pennsylvania. There were about 2,996 deaths that occurred
due to the collapse of both buildings and individuals jumping to their death to avoid the smoke
inhalation and bursting fire flames, a day that will live in infamy in the eyes of every American. To
this day, first responders are currently dying from complications that occurred on this day.
This mayhem was caused by the formerly and now deceased leader of Al-Qaeda Osama
Bin Laden. Bin laden was a wealthy Saudi who founded and funded Al-Qaeda in the 1980’s to
fight with the Soviet Union. During the Gulf war, he criticized and condemn western influence
specifically the United States. He formerly declared as a jihad by sanctioning wars and attacks on
American interests overseas with the support of Al-Qaeda. It was then that the U.S intelligence
community began to monitor him and warn superior government agencies about the threat he
posed but was not considered a priority threat or taken seriously. At the time, the intelligence
community did not pose a credible source, nor did they have the funding or intelligence analyst to
follow the claim of Bin Laden and the attacks he committed worldwide and they were “brushed

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