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The Christian countries and the Jewish country of Israel are not so affected by the Jihad by being ¨people of the book¨. The Buddhist countries made an alliance with the US and its allies, to destroy the Arab countries. The war still unfolds today, and the world has suffered devastating consequences.
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Previous to the September 11 attacks
In May 1996 the group World Islamic Front for Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders (WIFJAJC), sponsored by Osama Bin Laden and later reformed as al-Qaeda, started forming a large base of operations in Afghanistan, where the Islamist extremist regime of the Taliban had seized power that same year.
Following the bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, US President Bill Clinton launched Operation Infinite Reach, a bombing campaign in Sudan and Afghanistan against targets the US asserted were associated with WIFJAJC, although others have questioned whether a pharmaceutical plant in Sudan was used as a chemical warfare plant. The plant produced much of the region's antimalarial drugs and around 50% of Sudan's pharmaceutical needs. The strikes failed to kill any leaders of WIFJAJC or the Taliban.
Next came the 2000 millennium attack plots which included an attempted bombing of Los Angeles International Airport. In October 2000 the USS Cole bombing occurred, followed in 2001 by the September 11 attacks.
September 11, 2001 (Terrorist Attack)
On September 11, 2001, terrorists hijacked American Airlines Flight 11 and crashed it into the northern façade of the north tower at 08:46, impacting between the 93rd and 99th floors. Seventeen minutes later, a second team of terrorists crashed the similarly hijacked United Airlines Flight 175 into the south tower, impacting between the 77th and 85th floors. The damage caused to the north tower by Flight 11 destroyed any means of escape from above the impact zone, trapping 1,344 people. Flight 175 had a much more off-centered impact compared to Flight 11, and a single stairwell was left intact; however, only a few people managed to successfully pass through it before the tower collapsed. Although the south tower's floors of impact were lower, a smaller number, less than 700, were killed instantly or trapped. At 9:59 a.m., the south tower collapsed due to fire, which caused steel structural elements, already weakened from the plane impact, to fail. The north tower collapsed at 10:28 a.m., after burning for approximately 102 minutes.
At 5:20 p.m. on September 11, 2001, 7WTC started to collapse with the crumble of the east penthouse, and it collapsed completely at 5:21 p.m. due to uncontrolled fires causing structural failure. 3WTC, a Marriott hotel, was destroyed during the collapse of the two towers. The three remaining buildings in the WTC plaza sustained heavy damage from debris and were ultimately demolished. The Deusche Bank Building across Liberty Street from the World Trade Center complex was later condemned due to the uninhabitable toxic conditions inside; it is undergoing deconstruction. The Borough of Manhattan Community College's Fiterman Hall at 30 West Broadway was also condemned due to extensive damage in the attacks and is slated for deconstruction.
In the aftermath of the attacks, media reports suggested that tens of thousands might have been killed in the attacks, as on any given day upwards of 50,000 people could be inside the towers. Ultimately, 2,752 death certificates were filed relating to the 9/11 attacks, including one filed for Felicia Dunn-Jones, who was added to the official death toll in May 2007; Dunn-Jones died five months later from a lung condition linked to exposure to dust during the collapse of the World Trade Center. Two other victims were then added to the official death toll by the city medical examiner's office: Dr. Sneha Anne Philip, who was last seen the day before the attacks, and Leon Heyward, a man who developed lymphoma and subsequently died in 2008 as a result of dust ingestion during the events following the attacks to the Twin Towers. Cantor Fitzgerald L.P., an investment bank on the 101st–105th floors of One World Trade Center, lost 658 employees, considerably more than any other employer, while Marsh & McLennan Companies, located immediately below Cantor Fitzgerald on floors 93–101 (the location of Flight 11's impact), lost 295 employees, and 175 employees of Aon Corporation were killed. As well, 343 deaths were New York City firefighters, 84 were Port Authority employees, of whom 37 were members of the Port Authority Police Department, and another 23 were New York City Police Department officers. Of all the people who were still in the towers when they collapsed, only 20 were pulled out alive.
After President Bush declared the War on Terrorism, the Arab countries formed an alliance and declared a world-wide Jihad against the US, its allies, and the Buddhist countries in Eastern Asia.
The Alliance ( formed by the NATO countries, the European Union, and other allies ), then declared war to the al-Mtḩālfh Mʻ Tnz̧ym al-Jhād (Jihad Allied Organization, in Arabic:المتحالفة مع تنظيم الجهاد , formed by the Arab countries and their allies). This war started in Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. Then the war spread towards the US, Egypt, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Indonesia, China, France, and Great Britain.
Although the war mainly developed as a religious war, some people say that it could also be the start of a World War.
September 22, 2001, United States government declares war to the JAO (Jihad Allied Organization) and sends troops to Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, and Pakistan. Then the JAO sends forces to those countries. The countries of the Alliance sends reinforcements to the US, and send help to the battle fronts. The war quickly spreads and many more countries get in the war. Many de facto countries declare independence, these countries are: Abkhazia, Kosovo, Nagorno-Karabakh, Northern Cyprus, Palestine, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, Somaliland, South Ossetia, Republic of China (Taiwan), and Transnistria. By the end of 2001, beginning of 2002 the war is been fought inf 10 main fronts, the US front, Iraqui front, Irani front, Chinese front, British front, Spanish front, Afghan front, Pakistani front, Egyptian front, and Israel-Palestine front. There is fighting in all the countries involved, and the Muslims all over the world rebel to their governments in other places of the world. Many Muslim guerrillas are created. Until 2010 the fighting still continues and there is still no end to the war.