What remains Unsaid after 9/11?
What are the things that needed to be said, but for whatever reason, didn't? What should have been told to help people gain closure to those tragic events of 9/11 and beyond?
I think the larger question still lies with Islam and the sincerity and outraged that was lacking and is still lacking on their part with these actions. It leaves the American public in doubt of the religiion and wondering where they stand on future actions. As a public we certainly have an obligation not to condemn the entire Islamic world over the acts of a few. At the same time, the bulk of those making up the Islamic faith, based on the loss of 3,000 American lives, should feel the responsibility to step up and publicly decry such acts and disassociate the religion with all forms of such violence. I think this would help in the healing. WB
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