Comment by Jim Campbell
September 11th, 2021
There is little doubt that there are some good Muslims in America and very bad ones.
The Shia Muslims for the most part appear to be the bad actors and are responsible for terrorism here and around the globe.
Since most Muslims refuse to assimilate, i.e. wearing their traditional clothing how are we to determine the good from the bad?
NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 11: Firefighter Gerard McGibbon, of Engine 283 in Brownsville, Brooklyn, prays after the World Trade Center buildings collapsed September 11, 2001 after two hijacked airplanes slammed into the twin towers in a terrorist attack that killed some 3,000 people. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
In America, this job typically defaults to the FBI who have had a checkered record including their failure to work with other agencies coming up to our modern day that will live in infamy.
Joe Biden Marks 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Criticizing ‘Dark Forces’ in America Against ‘Peaceful Religion’ of Islam.
It seems likely he has completely forgotten the date and his administrations failure in Afghanistan.
I recall images of Muslims dancing and cheering in the streets but their seems to be debate about that and the images have been removed from the net.
Breitbart News Consortium
September 11th, 2021
President Joe Biden marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks by criticizing Americans for the anti-Muslim anger that occurred in the United States after the attacks took place. [Criticizing Americans for anti-Muslim anger?]
NEW YORK, NY – MAY 14: Pictures of some of the September 11 hijackers (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
1) Khalid Al-Midhar – Possible residence (s) : San Diego, California and New York, New York; Visa Status: B-1 Visa, but B-2 Visa had expired.
2) Majed Moqed – No information available.
3) Nawaq Alhamzi – Possible residence (s) : Fort Lee, New Jersey and Wayne, New Jersey and San Diego, California.
4) Salem Alhamzi – Possible residence (s) : Fort Lee, New Jersey, and Wayne, New Jersey.
5) Hani Hanjour – Possible residence (s) : Phoenix, Arizona and San Diego, California. Believed to be a pilot.
American Airlines #11
7:45 am departed Boston for Los Angeles
8:45 am crashed into North Tower of the World Trade Center
1) Satam Al Suqami – Date of birth used: June 28, 1976; Last known address: United Arab Emirates.
2) Waleed M. Alshehri – Dates of birth used: September 13, 1974/January 1, 1976/ March 3, 1976/ July 8, 1977/ December 20, 1978/ May 11, 1979/ November 5, 1979; Possible residence (s) : Hollywood, Florida/ Orlando, Florida/ Daytona Beach, Florida; Believed to be a pilot.
3) Wail Alshehri – Date of birth used: July 31, 1973; Possible residence (s) : Hollywood, Florida, and Newton, Massachusetts; Believed to be a pilot.
4) Mohamed Atta – Date of birth used: September 1, 1968; Possible residence (s) : Hollywood, Florida/ Coral Springs, Florida/ Hamburg, Germany; Believed to be a pilot.
5) Abdulaziz Alomari – Date of birth used: December 24, 1972 and May 28, 1979; Possible residence: Hollywood, Florida; Believed to be a pilot.
Who will forget that it was Saudi backed terrorists that flew the planes on that day?
Perhaps he had forgotten the Muslims around the world who cheered the event particularly in Muslim dominated countries.
“We also witnessed the dark forces of human nature. Fear and anger. Resentment and violence against Muslim-Americans — true and faithful followers of a peaceful religion,” Biden said in a prerecorded video published for the occasion.
The president said that the principle of “unity” in the country was endangered by the attacks but ultimately prevailed.
“We also saw something all too rare, a true sense of national unity,” he recalled. “Unity and resilience – the capacity to recover and repair in the face of trauma, unity in service.”
Biden released his pre-recorded video, as the White House confirmed Friday he had no plans to address the nation on the 20th anniversary of the attacks.
Most would call this pandering to Muslims
He began by recalling a friend of his who lost their son in the attacks in New York City and sympathized with the families who lost loved ones in the attacks.
“America and the world commemorate you and your loved ones, the pieces of your soul,” he said.
Biden also recognized the fallen first responders and members of the military who lost their lives in subsequent years.
“It’s so hard, whether it’s the first year or the 20th,” he said.
Biden concluded by citing one of his favorite poets, Earnest Hemingway.
“We find strength in its broken places, as Hemingway wrote. We find light in the darkness, we find purpose to repair, renew, and rebuild,” he said.