19 years ago at 8:45 am, the first plane hit the World Trade Center Tower. The 19 Muslim terrorists left behind “martyrdom” letters hailing Allah over 90 times. But if YOU mention Allah when discussing 9/11, you will be publicly shamed, smeared, defamed and ultimately targeted for death.
2997 souls perished in the cause of jihad, and yet in all the coverage you read today, that will never be mentioned. That’s the lesson the West learned after 9/11. Submission to barbarians.
Families of 9/11 victims will again gather at the site this September 11, but for the first time, the program will not include a live reading of the victims’ names. The 9/11 Memorial and Museum will instead play a recording of victims’ names, gathered from the museum’s In Memoriam exhibition, to honor the memories of those lost in the tragedy.
NY Democrats had originally canceled this year’s Tribute in Light display, but reversed course after a public outcry.
On September 28, 2001 the FBI announced the recovery of important evidence relating to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. They released photos of a four-page document, handwritten in Arabic, identical copies of which were recovered among the hijackers’ belongings in Boston, in Washington, DC, and at the Flight 93 crash site in Western Pennsylvania. Allah was mentioned over 90 times in the 9/11 Muslim terrorists’ last letters.
Juxta that message with the last texts of the victims.
Nineteen years later, those of us who have fought to expose the ideology behind this savage attack have been defamed and destroyed, while the Democrat party has become the party of jihad.
President Trump has been a force force for good in the clash of civilizations. One of President Trump’s greatest achievements is the defeat of the Islamic State.
Half million text messages from 9/11
November 26, 2009
CNN: Newly released text messages reportedly from the morning of September 11, 2001, show panicked family members trying to contact loved ones and officials frantically trying to grasp what was happening.
More than half a million messages, released by whistleblower site Wikileaks, reveal the panic, horror and pain of what happened that morning in the words of those who experienced it.
On September 11, 2001, 19 hijackers commandeered four commercial jetliners, loaded with fuel for cross-country flights. Two were flown into the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers in New York, one crashed into the Pentagon, and another, headed for an unknown location, crashed in Pennsylvania when it was disrupted by passengers.
A total of 2,976 people — not including the hijackers — were killed in the attacks.
Some people witnessing the attacks reached out to loved ones out of fear there might have been more attacks coming and they might die.
“The only thoughts I have are of Nicholas, Ian and you,” read one text message. “I am terrified. I needed to tell you that I truly love you. always, diane.”
“I want to hold you now,” one text message a minute later reads.
“I know you have a new relationship and do not care about me. But just in case anything happens know I love you hon. Missed Ya good bye.”
The first indication of a problem comes at 8:50 a.m., five minutes aft.er the first plane hit the World Trade Center.
“An aloha call is starting. This is for a fire at 2wt …”
Another text message references “a bomb detonation” in the World Trade Center and asks recipients of the message to report back assessments of their areas.
A minute later, firsthand reports started flooding in.
“The world trade center has just blow up, we seen the explosion outside our windows. Teresa …”
At 8:53 a.m. a message from the New York Police Department’s operations division mobilizes officers toward the World Trade Center, telling them to meet at Church and Vessey streets.
At 9:03 a.m. the second plane hit the World Trade Center.
“It’s a deliberate attack … a second plane just few into the second tower,” a message said 52 seconds later.
By 9:25 a.m. the personal messages have grown more frequent and more frantic.
Companies begin sending out messages asking for head counts on all employees.
People begin sharing reports of what they are seeing and hearing on TV, including early reports of people jumping from the World Trade Center.
Family members panicked, struggling to get through jammed phone lines to find out if their loved ones were OK.
“Please call my work as soon as you get in the office. Need to know you’re safe.”
“Wondering where you are. Are you okay. Give me a call back asap. I just need to know these things. Even if it’s collect. Call me. Darryl”
“if i do not hear from you by high noon, i am going to pick laura up at school and tell her her father is dead.”
“goodbye my sweety…..im going to miss yo,” another said.
“Honey wanted to tell you how much i love you,” one sender wrote. “I was a little worried. I Don’t want to lose you now that I got you back. You mean everything to me. You have my whole heart and life. I love you so much.”
Some texts brought relief.
“My dad survived! I got a call from stepmom’s coworker saying my dad is alive, although that is all the info I have. I do not know if he is injured or unscathed.”
“Abroer’s father is alive,” one text proclaims. “survived WTC collapse. I am trying to contact family members to find out more.”
“urgent. It’s tim. I’m okay. Call me at home…i was outside the building when it exploded, but i’m fine.”
Others have to wait and worry. Numerous messages simply read: “Are you okay?” “Where are you?” or “CALL ME NOW!”
“pete is ok. He can’t find his brother who works in the world financial center next to the trade center…..” one message read.
The messages also give insight to the federal government’s scramble to evacuate buildings, bases and high-level officials.
“Jim: DEPLOY TO MT. WEATHER NOW! Tom” reads one message, referring to Mount Weather, the underground bunker where high-level officials are taken in a national emergency and a command facility for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A message at 10:24 a.m. appears to show authorities working to secure the first family.
“TWINKLE AND TURQ ARE ACCOUNTED FOR AND SAFE,” the message says. Twinkle and Turquoise were the code names used for then-president George W. Bush’s twin daughters Jenna and Barbara.
At 10:32 a.m. a Secret Service message said “ANONYMOUS CALL TO JOC REPORTING ANGEL IS TARGET” — referring to a call to the Joint Operation’s Center refering a threat made against Air Force One, which used a code name of Angel.
A message from FEMA at 12:37 p.m. notes “we have no mission statements yet.”
A message from the Secret Service’s New York field office sent conflicting messages about where agents should report.
The messages also frantically pass along reports of more attacks. Some turned out to be rumors, others real.My thoughts are with all of those that lived through the horror of that day truly not knowing whether their loved ones were ok. These messages capture their pain and their fear.
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Rumors were rampant:
“There is a hijacked plane circling Dulles airport. Please call me!”
“unconfirmed reports of plane crash at camp david now.”
“think one more plane may have been hijacked and headed toward the capitol building…not sure.”
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