The Superpower nation United States suffered a deadly terror attack in 2001 on the 11th of September where a few famous structures and places were subjected to attack. The Islamist terrorist group al-Qaeda was behind the terror attack against the United States.
It's been two decades since the terror attack, popularly dubbed as 9/11 took place. In the history of the United States, the country didn't face such a fierce attack. Thousands of victims were killed in the attack, while unlimited victims have sustained injuries.
The terror attack was part of a war waged by Al-Qaeda against the United States. The Al-Qaeda terrorists have used the passengers they have hijacked and bulldozed them into a few iconic sites in America. Two planes rammed into the World Trade Center complex, resulting in the crash of the 110-story World Trade Centre building.
The terrorists have used the third flight to crash into the headquarters of the U.S. Department of Defense. Due to the plane crash incident, a portion of the structure collapsed. However, the terrorists couldn't reach their target of attacking Washington DC as the flight was subjected to a crash into a field.
As a bid to give a befitting reply to Al Qaeda's terror attack, the US Government carried out a deadly mission and killed Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, a dreaded terrorist. He was killed in his shelter in Pakistan.
Since then, the United States has been at a war with the terrorists. The war with the Taliban in Afghanistan is part of the US's war with the terrorists.
However, the former President of the United States George W. Bush, who was the then US President said he took the right decision in going after the terrorists and the decision was taken to protect the people of America. A documentary was made to give an insight into the events that took place after the attack. The documentary titled "9/11: Inside the President's War Room". In the interview, Bush backed his decision.
However, a lot of changes took place inside the United States and outside the country as well. After the US put an end to the war with Afghanistan, the Taliban took over the control of Afghanistan.