September 11th: When They Declared War On Us

Every citizen of the United States of America knows where they were on that fateful day; September 11th, 2001. That was the day that Islamic extremist brought death to over 3000 Americans in a most despicable fashion. We all foreswore then that we would never forget that day. That anniversary date has arrived again and we should refresh our memories with the horrors of that day and resolve to meet our enemies and defeat their ideology that hates our very existence. Read on and refresh your memory.

As Written By Justin O. Smith for the American Thinker:

Sixteen long years have passed since the clear blue sky above New York City exploded in an inferno, with toxic smoke and the stench of burning flesh and death, on September 11, 2001.  For many, the memories of the murder of nearly three thousand Americans, friends and relatives and fellow countrymen, remains as fresh as this morning’s dew.  Those of us, who remember all too well, have the solemn obligation and duty to ensure that America’s future generations do not soon forget that Islamic jihadists struck the single deadliest attack on U.S. soil by any foe since the War of 1812.

Two thousand nine-hundred and seventy-seven Americans never could have imagined the horror they would soon face the morning of 9/11 as they headed to work at the Twin Towers.  Their thoughts were filled with work, schedules, and perhaps returning home to play softball with their children or having dinner with a fiancé or a husband or a wife.

It was 8:46 A.M. (EST) when nineteen Muslim terrorists flew American Airlines Flight 11 into the North Tower of the World Trade Center.  Seventeen minutes later, 9:03 A.M., Muslim terrorists hit the South Tower with United Airlines Flight 175.  Thirty-four minutes later, American Airlines Flight 77 flew into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.

People jumped and fell from all four sides of both towers.  There’s no way of accurately telling how many people died this way, but the horror they……


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