If every individual did not know about the common knowledge of the society, they cannot act, re-act or think about an issue of the society. Media especially print media creates that awareness for the publics. Letters to the editor of the newspapers play his part in making public opinion and making of opinion rest on the fact that it enters on the field of common public perception at the very instant that an event or an issue are calling for opinion. This work aimed at investigating the "U.S attack on Afghanistan and Public response". To achieve the aim of the work, the source of data which is used in this book is the editorial page i.e. letters to the editor of the two leading English newspapers of Pakistan from the month of October 2001. Both newspapers consist of 134 letters. Furthermore, letters divided into three different categories i.e. . "Anti - Attack", "Pro - Attack" and "Neutral Response" category. The sample of the work is dailies "Dawn" and "The News International" of Islamabad/Rawalpindi edition. The work is not only about to analyze a public response but also covered the issue that how media presented the "U.S war in Afghanistan".