Pros And Cons Of 9/11, 2001

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Chapter V Conclusion September 11, 2001, the most important of domestic international terrorism in the United States was the homeland attacks in New York City, Washington D.C. and rural Pennsylvania. It was also one of the most significant attacks in modern history because of its coordination, bravery, high death toll and global consequences. At the dawn of the 21st century, these incidents indicate the emergence of a threat to homeland security in America that has not existed since its formation. In the immediate aftermath of September 11, Congress and the administration leapt into action. One week after the attacks, the Bush Administration submitted the "Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept…show more content…
Though, due process is solely mentioned in two places such as the Fifth Amendment and the Fourteenth Amendment in the U.S. Constitution, a number of inalienable rights of Americans which have been preserved in the 'Bill of Rights' in the Constitution has been seriously violated by various provisions of the USA-PATRIOT Act, 2001. Habeas corpus as guaranteed by the United States Constitution. While, the Constitution has warned against any suspensions of the habeas corpus in the interest of individual liberty and privacy, (the 'habeas corpus' can only be suspended by an act of the Congress and in the event of an emergency). But the state has suppressed this constitutional tool as well. Extraordinary Detention also threatens the people in a wider sense. When a person is taken into custody by authority without an appropriate ground and on the basis of law, such an arrest is known as arbitrary arrest and thus, prohibited by the law. Such a detention is firmly prohibited by the human rights law but the Patriot Act has gone to the extent to detain numerous persons in custody without valid reasons and grounds of detention. The United States security measures have been extensively criticized due to its provisions relating to enhanced police powers and detention. As per various provisions of the act, extraordinary detention is allowed without any limitation of time as part of investigation and an unnecessary…show more content…
Today almost all countries tried to act according to the United States perspective. Several countries implemental homeland security measures one way or the other after September 11 incident. But every country which could have domestic wars or political violence used the occasion to justify their crackdown on domestic insurgencies. This is the serious consequence on people around the world, which curtail the freedom of expression and speak. Almost all ideas and acts transferred through borders. Immediately after the announcement of ‘War on Terror’ Israel was labeled its opponent Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat a terrorist. Not only Israel but also evidence was seen in military style campaigns against Islamic Separatist in Russia, China, Central Asia, South Asia and other

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