By: James A. Lucas
After the catastrophic attacks of September 11 2001 monumental sorrow and a feeling of desperate and understandable anger began to permeate the American psyche. A few people at that time attempted to promote a balanced perspective by pointing out that the United States had also been responsible for causing those same feelings in people in other nations, but they produced hardly a ripple. Although Americans understand in the abstract the wisdom of people around the world empathizing with the suffering of one another, such a reminder of wrongs committed by our nation got little hearing and was soon overshadowed by an accelerated “war on terrorism.”
But we must continue our efforts to develop understanding and compassion in the world. Hopefully, this article will assist in doing that by addressing the question “How many September 11ths has the United States caused in other nations since WWII?” This theme is developed in this report which contains an estimated numbers of such deaths in 37 nations as well as brief explanations of why the U.S. is considered culpable.
1/3 of Americans Believe 9/11 Was an Inside Job, False Flag Attack, According to Major Polls.
By: Hena Zuberi
Yesterday my son brought home a school project on 9/11 and he couldn’t understand why I snapped at him—’#NeverForget‘ is not just a slogan. Today I apologized to him for not giving him an interview about where I was and what are my worst memories of the day, and what exactly happened on 9/11. He said, “It’s okay, Mama. My sisters told me your about friend, Rahma.”
By: Mohammed Zeyara
My name is Mohammed Zeyara. I am a Canadian Muslim originally from Gaza, Palestine. Whether 9/11 was planned by the CIA or by extremist Muslims; who do not represent Islam. I would like to send my dearest condolences to the families who have lost loved ones during September 11.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the 9/11 conspiracy theory in under 5 minutes. Transcript and sources: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=2594
US President Barack Obama made a rare acknowledgment during a Friday press briefing concerning the United States’ past use of enhanced interrogation tactics in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks.