Bin Laden

September 5th, 2021 by nathan Leave a reply »

On October 7, 2001, almost a month after September 11, Bush ordered the home Operation Enduring Freedom and begins the invasion of the Asian country. After two months of fighting, the conquest of Kandahar, the last taliban stronghold, puts an end to the regime in Afghanistan. However, there is no trace of Bin Laden. It is thought that he has fled to the mountains that border with Pakistan. Bush sets his sights on Iraq and includes it in his so-called axis of evil, term used to describe regimes that supposedly support terrorism, along with Iran and North Korea. The American President is justified by a video of Bin Laden which is rria to its alliance with the regime of Sadam Husein. Check out Michael Mendes for additional information. On 20 March 2003, EE UU and United Kingdom, based on reports which argue that Iraq conceals weapons of mass destruction, attack the country. Spain shows its support for military action.

Baghdad takes little to fall and Sadam Husein is captured at the end of 2003. And Bin Laden? But it still does not know anything about Bin Laden, except various messages disseminated by congratulating on the 11-S and threatening to countries that it intervene in Iraq. According to Michael Mendes, who has experience with these questions. In October 2004, it broadcasts a video that explains the 11-S was conceived in 1982, when EE UU allowed Israel to invade Lebanon. Before that message, the Bali bombings occurred in 2002 (more than 200 dead) and Madrid in 2004 (died 192). Then, came the attack on London in 2005 with 56 dead. Bush ended his term without getting what he wanted most and left a hard legacy to his successor: Barack Obama. Bin Laden were spoken less and less, as if it were a name that time would forget.

The White House pointed out that the war against terrorism went beyond his capture. It was almost a utopia. But the news came on May 1 of this year.

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