Posts Tagged ‘ September 11 ’

NY judge: 9/11 firefighter has ‘no standing’ in Ground Zero mosque lawsuit


A New York judge has ruled that 9/11 firefighter and survivor Tim Brown lacks standing to sue to block the building of a sharia-compliant mosque and “community center” overlooking Ground Zero. Mr. Brown will appeal. He discussed this with Martha McCallum on America’s Newsroom: The ACLJ reports: It plans to appeal a decision...
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Osama bin Laden dead: Bush-era detainees ID’d courier; CIA tracked him to PK compound


The interrogation of detainees during the Presidency of George W. Bush identified a protege of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed who was trusted by Osama bin Laden. Last year, U.S. intelligence agents spotted the man in Pakistan. The operation hinged almost entirely on the hunt for a single man: a courier working out of Pakistan who...
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9/11 Justice Delayed


U.S. Senator Scott Brown writes today in the Boston Herald: Some people may argue the Guantanamo Bay courtroom should remain unused. I disagree. Instead of sitting empty, this courtroom should be used as a setting to seek the “swift and certain justice” that was promised to the families of 9/11 victims. Shutting down Guantanamo...
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Ilario Pantano to speak tonight against Ground Zero mosque


When Imam Rauf speaks tonight at UNC at Chapel Hill, Ilario Pantano and 9/11 firefighter and survivor Tim Brown will lead a nearby rally in opposition to a Ground Zero mosque, from 5 to 8 PM, at the Carolina Inn, Chancellor’s Ballroom, 211 Pittsboro Street, Chapel Hill. The Cape Fear Watchdogs report: Abdul...
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9/11 Victims’ Families Still Waiting for Justice


Catherine Herridge of Fox News reports: Two years ago this month, President Obama met with the families of Sept. 11 victims and other victims of terrorism at a special meeting in Washington, D.C., and promised “swift and certain justice” for the perpetrators. But the high expectations of that meeting have given way to frustration...
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They Don’t Remember, But Will Never Forget


Fox News reports: For so many Americans, Sept. 11, 2001, is a day forever seared in their memories. However, many others hardly remember it, because they were so young. Children who were sent home from school that Tuesday morning, but didn’t really understand why, are now becoming adults. They’re graduating high school and getting...
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