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In the article, “Remembering 9/11, Twenty Years Later” (Admin) I learned that the memorial and museum of 9/11 there is 6 moments of silence one for when each of the World Trade Center towers was struck; one for when each of the buildings fell; one for the attack on the Pentagon; and one for the crash of Flight 93 in Pennsylvania. The museum is a thoughtful place to honor those who passed and never forget. This happened due to terrorists known as Al-Qaeda who hijacked jets. 4 planes were crashing into the buildings which caused over 3,000 deaths. 

I believe this whole attack was really sad. I mean just imagining being in the situation at the time is no good. Innocent people lost their lives and many lost their lives trying to save other people. I believe everyone should take into consideration remembering his day after 20 years.

Is the war on Terrorism over now?

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