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We remember 9/11 - 10 years later

Sunday, September 11, 2011



On September 11, 2001 on American soil, terrorist hijacked four planes. Two of them planes purposely crashed into the World Trades Center towers. The third struck the Pentagon and the last, Flight United 93 crashed into a PA field in Shanksville.
Ten years ago on September 11th 2001, The United States of America was attacked by a terrorist organization (al-Qaeda) led by Osama bin Laden. Ten years later, the mastermind behind the attacks was killed by our Special Forces (our unknown heroes) on May 2, 2011 after storming his hidden, yet exposed compound in some place in Pakistan. Although, as of right now the "War" in the Middle-East regions continue to rage on since March 20, 2003, A "closed chapter" in the generation's time whom lived to see America get attacked, on a day that we will never forget and always remember!
Thanks to all firefighters, police, average citizens, rescue parties/teams/organizations who risked their lives to save others from the top to the rumble of what remained of the WTC.
"You can break the foundation of a building, but you can't break the foundation of our freedom!"


Below is an emotional tribute.






Now we honor the dead, recall the pain and hope for the future. We can continue their legacy by serving. I challenge you to serve on this day.
The true spirit of September 11, 2001 is love.  God Bless America and may the lost souls rest in peace.



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