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People Around the World Watch in Horror as images of - terror in the United States filled their

Posted: Sep 12th, 2021 - 1:28 pm In Reply to: On John F. Kennedy Boulevard, in Jersey City, across the - river from Manhattan, crowds of Muslim settlers

television screens Tuesday. On the West Bank, Palestinians celebrated but most world leaders expressed solidarity with an America that looked more vulnerable than ever. - NYT Sept. 11, 2001

Palestinians celebrate in the streets - Irish Examiner

Thousands of Palestinians celebrated the terror attacks in the United States, chanting "God is Great" and distributing candy to passers-by, even as their leader, Yasser Arafat, said he was horrified. Demonstrators distributed candy in a traditional gesture of celebration.

After the rally, plainclothes Palestinian policemen questioned several journalists, including staffers of foreign news agencies, and confiscated videotape and film as well as camera equipment.

An Associated Press Television News video was among the materials taken, and an AP photographer was warned by officials not to publish pictures of the bin-Laden poster.

AP protested and demanded return of the video and other material. These journalists who filmed the Palestinians celebrating terror attacks in the United States were threatened.

I remember somee Muslims dancing in the streets and on roof tops here in the NJ, it was shown on TV at the time too, but it's hard to find any links now. Because we have no links to offer now, are scorned and called names.

Think about how many have been imported to America now thanks to Obama.


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