US Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, spoke at the special 9/11 memorial in Israel. Since 9/11 fell out on the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashana (the Jewish new year) the memorial was held a few days early.
“We stand with our great friends in the United States as we remember the victims of the 9/11 attacks. We reiterate our commitment to continue to work together against terrorist organizations and terrorist regimes that threaten the entire world.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
9/11 Memorial in Israel
The memorial is outside of Jerusalem, Israel. It is the only memorial with all names listed, outside of the USA.
Humanity can never forget this image of “The Falling Man” who is still an unknown victim. We must never forget the thousands who were killed in that terror attack nor the 7,000 first responders who suffered from cancer due to their rescue efforts!
“Palestinian” Arabs Celebrated
It is critical to remember, that Israelis, then and now, mourn together with Americans on this day. Those who self identify as “palestinian” Arabs celebrated after the attack. They celebrated then, as now, whenever Americans are killed in terror attacks.
America will be a safer place when all Americans wake up to this reality. Israel is the best ally America has in the Middle East. Those who celebrate American deaths are never to be looked upon as an ally and should never be helped or trusted by America.
They celebrate American deaths as they celebrate Israeli/Jewish deaths because just as they seek the ultimate destruction of Israel, so too, they seek the destruction of the United States of America.
The world will be a safer place when this truth is realized and internalized.
Remembering Daniel Lewin
On 9/11, one man almost stopped the terror attack on the World Trade Center before it happened.
Danny Lewin was the first victim of 9/11. Lewin was an IDF special forces veteran and he was murdered by terrorists on American Airlines flight 11 as he tried to stop the terrorists from hijacking the plane.
We remember Danny and all those who lost their lives 15 years ago today. May their memories forever be a blessing.