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Ammar Campa-Najjar Sep 11
“Hatred, disguised in false religious garb to murder innocents, will not prevail” — Mattis 17 yrs ago, ordinary people, given no time to decide, gave our country a gift. They saved lives & the US capitol. Not as soldiers, but as citizens. God bless them.
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Coach Hines 🇺🇸 Sep 11
What do YOU believe in?!
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Alysia Stern Sep 11
This piece on our mantle is of the lone Flag from Ground Zero. The original hangs in the museum! “Our Flag Was Still There” was taking when the photographer was photographing artifacts from 9/11 when the burned flag was found. I had to purchase to remind us daily
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Jacob Sep 11
Heartwarming sight at work today, 2 Firefighters asked if they could climb 110 floors to honor first responders who gave their lives 17 years ago today.
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The Royal Butler Sep 11
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Brian Summons Sep 11
September 11, 2001, Never forget!🇺🇸
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George Capen #exGOP Sep 11
Replying to @george_capen
I made a mental note to report it the following day. And I did -- it was their car. But I was too late to affect anything. I wonder if reporting the day before would have mattered. I'll always live with that thought, especially on the 9/11 anniversary.
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WA State Patrol Sep 11
Today we honor all those lost on this day 17 years ago and the first responders who bravely ran into danger. We will never forget.
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Doriano Carta Sep 11
The New York skyline then & now.
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Jordi Vilasuso Sep 11
Take nothing for granted.❤️🙏 with ・・・ Love with your whole heart every single day. Wish we could collectively realize that's the only sane thing to do in this world 🙏🏻❤️
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Adam Housley Sep 11
Final tweet of the night....2,996 killed...including the 19 terrorists who are rotting in hell right now...countless others have died from the after effects. Our prayers are with you..with your familes...with your friends.
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sarah pederson Sep 11
It’s crazy to me that my high school didn’t say a word about 9/11. No announcement & no moment of silence. All flags were supposed to be at half-staff today yet my school’s flag wasn’t... makes me sad.
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Sonja Morgan Sep 11
Remembering how this brought us all closer together. One nation undivided 💞
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NVP Sep 11
There is LITERALLY not one single article on paying homage to 9/11. It’s fucking sickening
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Adam Richman Sep 11
17 years later- Still a proud New Yorker. Still a proud American. Still unafraid. 🇺🇸
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Sabreen Akter Sep 11
bc 17 yrs ago, today, insults graduated from “low life gas station worker” to “terrorists”. & no this isn’t a cry for sympathy. It’s just to bring awareness that this day, being a Muslim American, changed our lives too.
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Pam Keith Sep 11
The moment that I realized there were people in the building, that this wasn’t a clip of a movie, and that I was actually watching in real time people leaping to their deaths, changed me forever. I was in a literal stupor for DAYS after that moment.
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Jered Weaver Sep 11
Thank you to all the men and women that put their lives on the line to protect and serve!
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Jason L. Voorhees Sep 11
9.11 . . . . . . . *stays at bottom of lake all day.
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London Fire Brigade Sep 11
We have a strong bond with our colleagues. Our thoughts are with all those affected by 9/11
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