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The Terror of the War on Terror

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An excellent example of a critical analysis paper by Jessica Toribio.

As we all know, the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 executed by Osama bin Laden and other members of Al Qaeda had a great impact on this country. Our president at this time was George W. Bush, our current president. He led the United States into a new direction in order to take back and maintain our national security in the twenty-first century. This new course opened with two military attacks on Afghanistan and Iraq, taking over the governments in both nations. The point of these invasions were to track down all known Al Qaeda participants, and to rid of Saddam Hussein who was accused of concealing weapons of mass destruction and plotting with terrorists. However, both of these accusations against Hussein were not proven to be correct. Therefore, George Bush ordered to have a country massacred, killing thousands of innocent people, in order to help "save" them from their dictator who "could" be of harm to them. All of these actions that have been taken by the United States government in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 make up the War on Terror. The Bush Doctrine is the policy that the U.S. has created to guide our military actions in the War on Terror and to achieve twenty-first-century national security. The Bush Doctrine II is the U.S. policy for homeland security.