11th Anniversary of 9/11 – The Day Islam Declared War on The West

For those around the world, today and tomorrow is the 11th Anniversary of the Muslim attack on the Twin Towers that occurred on September 11th, 2001.

The attacks on that day resulted in the death of 2,977 Americans, not including the murderous 19 hijackers. The victims included 246 on the four planes (from which there were no survivors), 2,606 in New York City in the twin towers and on the ground, and 125 at the Pentagon. Nearly all of the victims were civilians; 55 military personnel were among those killed at the Pentagon.

September 11th 2001, was the date Islam declared war on the West, in the 11 years following we have seen Islamic terror campaigns in its wake across Europe and the world.

September 11 is a very important date in the history of Europe.

On september 11, 1683 Jan Sobieski defeated the Muslim Turkish forces at the battle of Vienna. This defeat brought about the end of Ottoman empire in Europe.

And it is precisely for this reason, Osama Bin Laden chose the date September 11.

It is nothing but a new phase of a very old war.

Everything the world needs to learn about Islam, was demonstrated on 9/11.

In Memory of the 2,977 American’s murdered by Islamic terrorism on 9/11 and the thousands murdered by Islamic blood lust across the globe in its wake.

Never Forget, Never Forgive.

The Body of Truth

About Tiberius Adalwolf

Anti-Islamization, Pro-Caucasus Blogger. Georgian Patriot. Counter-Jihadist. Anti-Islam. Anti-Russia. Idealist.
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