The War in Afghanistan
Essential Question 5 by: Maddie Frick & Emma Kimura
al-Qaeda Attacks on the United States
Why Did al-Aqaeda Attack on The Unites States?
The Attacks of al-Qaeda
Truck Bombing of the World Trade Center
U.S. Embassy Bombings in East Africa
Al-Qaeda hijacked four commercial airlines, and crashed them in the United States
After the 9/11 Attacks
United States Issues Final Demands to the Taliban
September 11, 2001: Terrorists Strike the United States
December 2001: Bin Laden Escapes, and then Found
October 29, 2004: Bin Laden Surfaces
July 2006: A Bloody Resurgence
May 1, 2011: Osama Bin Laden is Killed
Have our actions in the War in Afghanistan helped or hurt our image in the world?
The United States’ actions in the War in Afghanistan has helped our image in the world. This is because we showed that we have great technology and searching skills because we were able to find someone who damaged our country who was in very protected hiding. For example, the United States used special tracking devices to find Osama Bin Laden when he was hiding in Pakistan and in the Tora Bora cave. The War in Afghanistan also helped out image because it showed that the United States can hurt the person or group even more than they hurt the U.S. This is shown when the United States attcked Osama Bin Laden's hiding spot, and then went on to kill him.