It may have been a long time ago
but, they will not be forgotten
The passengers and crew of the airliners lost on September 11, 2001
American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767 en route from Boston's Logan Airport to Los Angeles International with 92 people onboard, slams into the north tower, 1 World Trade Center.
United Airlines Flight 175, also a Boeing 767 enroute from Boston to Los Angeles with 65 people onboard, hits the south tower, 2 World Trade Center.
American Airlines Flight 77, a Boeing 757 enroute from Dulles Airport outside Washington to LAX with 58 passengers and six crew members, crashes into the Pentagon. One of the building's five sides collapses.
United Airlines Flight 93, a Boeing 757 en route from Newark, N.J., to San Francisco with 38 passengers and seven crew members, crashes just north of the Somerset County Airport, about 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. Shortly before impact, a passenger called on his cell phone from a locked bathroom: "We are being hijacked, we are being hijacked!" At this time there was concern the plane was headed to Camp David.
A list from A to Z of all who lost theirs lives in the attack that day
They will not be forgotten!
|Humanity has been thrust into a war; a war like no other wars and our enemy knows no bounds, no borders, and no country. If you do not agree to submit to their religious philosophy you are in danger of being attacked no matter what nationality you may be, for regardless of what nationality we may be we all have one thread that binds us together and that is creation. We are all here because of our creator and we have all been created with equal rights and these rights originate from the creator; by creation, we each have equal rights to life and happiness. However, the enemy of humanity has the goal to place all peoples of the world under the slavery of their religious philosophy and obedient to them by way of fear.|
Background Song: "I Can't Cry Hard Enough"
Performed By: Victoria Williams
Written By: David Williams & Marvin Etzioni
From the Album: Swing the Statue
p & c 1990 Rough Trade Records
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