The 9/11: Never Forget Project
As the Anniversary of 9/11
Approaches, the American Muslim PAC Calls Al Qaeda and the War on
Terror a "Joke"
Hundreds of colleges and high schools are signed up for Young
America's Foundation's 9/11: Never Forget Project to honor
the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Meanwhile, the American Muslim PAC has
organized a "Muslim March" on September 11, 2013, and referred to
Al Qaeda and the War on Terror as a "joke."
The committee noted, "As the 12th anniversary of 9/11
approaches, we now know that there is nothing to fear. The whole
'terrorist threat' is a hoax invented by fear-mongering politicians
[leaders] to control our minds and pick our pockets… Al Qaeda is a
joke, and so is the whole war on terror."
The 2,977 innocent victims who were murdered on September 11,
2001, deserve to be remembered. Al-Qaeda is not a joke. Al-Qaeda
attacked American institutions because they represent Americans
values. The 9/11: Never Forget Project is as much about
honoring the victims of the attacks as it is honoring the American
principles for which they died.
Young America's Foundation President Ron
Robinson said, "We started this project in 2003 when
9/11 was still a recent memory. Today's college and high school
students were between three and eleven-years-old when radical
jihadists viciously attacked our nation on September 11, 2001. As
students become less personally connected to the events of 9/11,
the more important Young America's Foundation's 9/11: Never
In previous years, liberal college administrations have blocked
students from properly memorializing the innocents who were
murdered on September 11, 2001. In 2011, the University of Virginia
School of Law refused to allow students to set up a flag memorial.
Without reason, Marietta College originally denied students'
request for a candlelight vigil. Immediately following 9/11,
professors and lecturers blamed America with shocking statements
such as "few if any nations in the world that have harbored more
terrorists than the United States," (William Blum - Speaker, UNC),
and "the ultimate cause [of 9/11] is the fascism of U.S. foreign
policy," (Barbara Foley - Professor, Rutgers).
By participating in the 9/11: Never Forget
Project, students will ensure their peers remember the
horrific events of September 11, 2001. Young people are the future,
and it is crucial that they remember our history.