Let us never forget that at 8:46am on the morning of September 11, 2001 the United States of America was savagely attacked by Muslim extremists.

Let us never forget that 2,977 Muslims, Christians, Jews, and Hindus perished in four coordinated attacks intended to maximize casualties.

Let us never forget the bereaved families of those who died on 9/11. They are and will always remain symbols of our capacity to face adversity and win our battles.

Let us never forget the heroes who died on 9/11 including the courageous firefighters and policemen who gave their lives so that others may live.

Let us never forget that 16 out of the 20 terrorists behind 9/11 come from Saudi Arabia and were financed by some members of the al-Saud family.

Let us never forget that 9/11 caused the death of 2,977, the majority are civilian victims, when Pearl Harbor caused the death of 2,403, the majority are men in uniforms.

Let us never forget the soldiers who died in Iraq and Afghanistan to keep us safe at home.

Let us never forget the soldiers serving their country abroad and facing danger on a daily basis.

Let us never forget the quiet heroes of Homeland Security who watch over us to insure terrorism is eradicated.

Let us never forget the American scientists working around the clock to develop superior technologies to protect us from harm.

Let us never forget that Muslim extremists build their Mosques over Churches and Synagogues to eliminate the history of others and to plant the Mosques as flags of victory instead of houses of worships.

Let us never forget the Mosque planned two blocks away from the 9/11 Memorial is a flag of victory.

Let us never forget that in some Arab countries one becomes an Imam if one fails in school or is too lazy to learn a trade.

Let us never forget that no Christians, or Jews, or Hindus are permitted to enter the Two Holly Cities of Makah and Medina.

Let us never forget that not one Christian Church or Jewish Synagogue or Hindu Temple exists in Saudi Arabia.

Let us never forget that people caught carrying or reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia are imprisoned.

Let us never forget our weakness tolerating the intolerance of some Islamic extremists.

Let us never forget that as long as lack of co-existence is expressed officially by some Muslim countries, roots of Islamic extremism will never recede.

Let us never forget that the US helped rebuild Japan and Germany with taxpayer”™s money and both became peaceful and productive nations but such an option will fail miserably in the Muslim world as long as co-existence is denied and intolerance is condoned.

Let us never forget what value Muslim extremists place on a human life.

Let us never forget that Middle East oppressive dictators are the root cause of Islamic extremism.

Let us never forget that many American-Muslims consider fighting Islamic extremism a duty.

Finally, let us never forget how exceptional a country the United States of America is.

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  1. September 11, 2011 at 3:04 am — Reply

    thank you farid for such a profoundly pro-American Muslim statement and for your frank condemnation of radical Islam as still practiced in Saudi Arabia and the Arab world

    • September 11, 2011 at 10:10 am — Reply

      The truth be told.. Thanks for your comment

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