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The world after September 11

12 Sep 2023 - 9:26

22 years have passed since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 in the cities of New York and Washington, an event that affected not only the United States, but almost the entire world. In these terrorist attacks, which is considered the biggest terrorist incident in the history of the United States of America, nearly three thousand people were killed.

Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): According to the official narrative of the US government, the Al Qaeda terrorist group and Osama bin Laden, the leader of this terrorist group at the time, were responsible for the attacks on the twin buildings of the New York World Trade Center and the huge building of the US Department of Defense in the city. They were Washington. It is noteworthy that this same group was created by the Americans during the war with the Soviet Union during the occupation of Afghanistan, and bin Laden himself was trained in the secret bases of the CIA organization. However, the developments after the withdrawal of the Soviet army forces from Afghanistan brought the creature and the creator face to face to the point where the creature launched a horrific terrorist attack on the creator.
Of course, Al-Qaeda's terrorist attacks on America on September 11, 2001 did not end the relations between the two sides. The Americans launched the "War on Terror" terrorist attacks for the blood of the dead, whose victims were several thousand times more than the victims of the events of September 11, 2001. A report published in 2023 found that US-led wars after the 9/11 attacks directly or indirectly killed at least 4.5 million people and displaced millions more.
America's warmongering in the world; The legacy of 9/11
First, in one of the most unequal wars in history, the United States, together with its allies in NATO and several other countries, attacked defenseless Afghanistan, and after overthrowing the Taliban government, they began their 20-year rule over this war-torn country.
Then it was the turn of Iraq, whose rulers did not play a role in the attacks of September 11, 2001. However, the bloodthirsty Americans attacked Iraq for the second time under the banner of "preemptive war" and occupied this country after overthrowing its government. Out of the chaos caused by the American invasion of Iraq and the occupation of this country, a terrorist group far more brutal than al-Qaeda, called ISIS, emerged in Iraq and then Syria. This group also carried out horrific terrorist acts in the West Asian region; and this was while the sub-branches of al-Qaeda in Africa were still engaged in crime and killing.
September 11; American conspiracy theory to occupy Afghanistan
Now that 22 years have passed since the terrorist incident of September 11, 2001, it is well known that the "war on terror" which the Americans started with the claim of destroying terrorism in the world, fueled the spread of terrorism in the world. The unmeasured way Americans dealt with terrorist groups, which was often accompanied by the killing of civilians, provided a platform for public anger among the masses for terrorist groups to exploit.
In other words, the violence of the Americans led to the strengthening of terrorist activities, and the strengthening of terrorist activities intensified the violence of the Americans. The victims of this cycle were women, men and children who lost their lives, property and honor and suffered the pain of displacement to escape death. And this was while the American citizens also paid the price of their government's approach in the form of "war on terror".
The huge profits of American arms companies since September 11
Although after September 11, 2001, an event as large and widespread as the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington was never repeated in the United States, but due to the attention of the American intelligence and security agencies to foreign terrorist threats, domestic terrorist groups in the United States grew and developed. Now it is said that the security of Americans is more threatened by domestic racist extremists than by groups like Al-Qaeda.
What is certain is that the world has become a more insecure place after September 11, 2001, and the Americans have played a big role in this situation.

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