|“To win the war on terror, we must be able to detain, question and, when appropriate, prosecute terrorists captured here in America and on the battlefields around the world,” Bush said Sept. 6 from the East Room of the White House in a series of speeches on the war on terror. Photo courtesy of the White House |
ATLANTA (BP)--The struggle the United States faces against terrorism in the 21st century is a struggle of ideologies, President Bush said, and those who plot to murder innocent people subscribe to a hateful, twisted view of Islam.
During his fourth address in a series of speeches on the global war on terror, Bush delivered a progress report Sept. 7 in Atlanta, outlining steps the government has taken since Sept. 11, 2001, to protect the American people and to win the war on terror. Read More