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Friday, 11 September 2020

Today in history: The biggest terrorist attack in history 19 years ago 9/11, 127 years of Swami Vivekananda's historic speech in Chicago

Hello friends, today everyone will remember that the biggest terrorist attack in the world took place, and below is the information in the area of this news and below you will find step by step information.
It was September 11, 2001. It was unimaginable what happened at 8:46 a.m. when about 18,000 employees were working as usual at the World Trade Center in New York. 19 terrorists hijacked four planes. Two planes collided with both towers of the World Trade Center. This killed all the people aboard the plane and many people working in the building. Within two hours, both towers collapsed. A third plane collided with the Pentagon, while a fourth crashed on a farm in Shanksville.
The deadliest terrorist attack in human history killed 3,000 people in 70 countries. Among the hijackers, 15 were from Saudi Arabia, while the rest were from the UAE, Egypt, and Lebanon. Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was offered a reward of up to 25 million for information leading to his capture. Finally, on May 2, 2011, bin Laden, who was hiding in Abbottabad, Pakistan, was shot dead during a US secret mission. The World Trade Center was in Manhattan, New York. Construction of both towers began in 1966 and was completed in 1973.

.. when Vivekananda Dharma said in Parliament- Sisters and Brothers of America

Swami Vivekananda at the Chicago Convention
Swami Vivekananda at the Chicago Convention
The World Religions Convention was held on September 11, 1893. The whole hall resounded with applause when Swami Vivekananda started his speech by saying 'Sisters and Brothers of America'. This was the first time that the West was facing the Dharmacharya of the East. At that time, Indian culture, study and philosophy were new to the western countries. This famous speech of Vivekananda gave a new direction to the impression of India.

Swami Vivekananda in his speech raised the issue of sectarianism, religious bigotry and violence. He said that sectarianism and bigotry have long taken hold of the earth and this has led to an increase in violence on earth. Often the earth is red with blood. Many civilizations have perished. Who knows how many countries have been destroyed. He also raised the issue of tolerance and sovereignty in his speech.
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Gandhiji's Satyagraha in South Africa

Gandhiji in South Africa
In 1906, the South African government enacted a new law. The law required registration for people of Indian descent. This was opposed at a meeting of Bharatwanshis in Johannesburg on September 11, in which Gandhiji advocated the use of non-violence for protest. The conflict lasted for seven years. South Africa was then ruled by the British and they sent thousands of Indians to jail for striking, refusing to register, burning registration cards and protesting.

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Even today in history it is remembered for this reason

1919 - US Navy invades Honduras
1939 - Iraq and Saudi Arabia declare war on Germany
1941 - Construction of the Pentagon begins
1951 - Florence Chadwick becomes the first woman to cross the English Channel, taking 16 hours and 19 minutes to reach France from England.
1961 - World Wildlife Fund established
1965 - Indian Army captures the town of Burki, southeast of Lahore, during the Indo-Pakistani War.
1968 - Air France plane number 1611 crashes near Nice. The crash also killed 89 passengers and crew members
1973 - A coup d'etat by Chilean President Salvador Allende
1996 - Elected first woman president of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Union
2003 - US President George W. Bush meets with Tibetan religious leader Dalai Lama despite Chinese opposition.
2005 - Announcing the end of 38 years of military rule in the Gaza Strip
2006 - Paes and Dame win the American Open doubles title
2007 - A 200-year-old tunnel is discovered in the city of David, near Jerusalem.

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