The world remember the shocking horror of the September 9, 2001, when 19
terrorists hijacked 4 passenger jets, 2 of the places crashed into the World
Trade Center complex in New York City. On this day one plan hit the pentagon
and another one crashed into the field of Pennsylvania. Attacks resulted in the
deaths of 2996 people and over 6000 people were injured. Even, 200 people fell
or jumped to their deaths from the burning towers.
between the two controversial events of 9/11 and Syria
intervention may provide the answer to the question – should the United
States of America go on in Syria?
The world do remembers the tragedy of
9/11 attacks, Plan high jacking, towers crashing, clouds of smoke, and
people frantically running through the city streets. But do you remember what
happened after a few Weeks?
An operation has been made which the U.S
government officials called “A grave threat to national security”. In this
operation a preemptive strike on Afghanistan was conducted, and the main purpose
of ridding the perpetrators of 9/11. This was not end here! Moreover, in order
to justify an intervention within a foreign country this very same phrase has
been used over and over again.
Many of the Intelligence reports have been prepared, factual testimonials, and civilian casualty counts, they were all part of the incalculable information that was simply used to step ahead to initiate a
war. All the activities directly or indirectly would serve the interests of
multinational corporations, rather than “Saving the Innocent, Oppressed,
murdered and liberating”. At initial it started in Afghanistan, Iraq, and then
Libya. And now target is Syria. Every country needs peaceful solution, a plan
that can give relief from the current crisis. No one wants war. The chemical
attack in Syria was disgraceful for human calamity.
deterring future chemical attack is necessary, but taking the support of
war will not give any solution. Supporting attack will bring miseries, woes and
destruction, therefore the best path is a political solution. By going into
Syria, history will once again repeat itself. There will be nothing left but a
failed state with a group of people that carries bitterness towards the Western