Compare And Contrast Essay On 9/11

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September 11, 2001, describes a series of attacks towards the United States in New York City and Washington, D.C. Hijackers intentionally crashed two planes into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Centers in New York City. Both of the towers collapsed within two hours of the crashes, killing nearly 3,000 people. Hijackers also crashed a plane into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, and the last plane into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The fourth planes target was intended to hit Washington, D.C. but passengers of the planes attempted to take control before it could reach D.C. There are many effects that changed from the terrorist attack on September 11th security, charity, post-traumatic stress and military. The biggest effect was the security in airports. Airport security used to be less complicated; you would have to arrive at the airport only thirty minutes before your flight was scheduled to leave. Since September 11th you now have to show up two hours before your scheduled time to leave. They are taking way more precautions in airports then ever before; you have to take your shoes and belts off, many passengers are patted-down and thoroughly checked with a hand-held metal detector. The security personnel are also better trained to perform…show more content…
It became hard for Muslims to become American citizens. The immigration always paid close attention to Muslim people especially when they were traveling. The laws for the immigration also got very strict. The harsh law enforcement reaction 9/11 overwhelmed Muslims and especially Arab communities. People from immigration started going to people`s houses especially Muslims to check if they are legal to live in this country or not. The United States also secured the American and Mexican border. They feared that the terrorists would have a great chance in entering America through the Mexican border. All this change had made it very hard for Muslim’s

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