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This is not true. In 2007 Congressman Ron Paul suggested that 911 was caused by “blowback,” a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) term used to describe negative consequences directly related to confidential foreign actions taken by the United States. The following are some of the most probable reasons for the attack, and all are examples of “blowback.” The report of the “National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States,” also known as the 9/11 commission, was setup on November 27, 2002, and was designed to fully explain the circumstances surrounding the 9/11 attacks. The