Remembering 9 11 Quotes
September 11, 2011 by USA Post
“Ten years have passed since a perfect blue sky morning became the blackest of nights. Since then we have lived under the sun and shade, and though we can never unseen what happened here, we can see that children who lost their parents have become young adults, the grandchildren were born and the good works and public services have taken hold in honor those who loved and lost. “- New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who spoke at the funeral New York.
“I have not stopped missing my dad. It was incredible … I wish my dad had been there to teach driving, ask a girl on a date to see me graduate from high school and a hundred other things can not even begin to name … I hope I can make my father proud of the young my brother and I have become. “- Peter Negron, whose father, Peter, died at the World Trade Center, who spoke at the funeral in New York.
“Moira had sacrificed everything and all the richness of life was still ahead of her to save a character. Moira was killed when the south tower collapsed … Today we choose to remember and share the joy brought all Moira us, and we pledge to always live in our hearts. “- Retired NYPD, James Smith, whose wife, Police Officer Moira Smith New York, was murdered on September 11, 2001, speaking in New York.
“So many names, there is little space on the walls of the heart.” – Former poet laureate Billy Collins, “The Names,” the former New York Gov. George Pataki in the service.
“In the decade since the 2001 attacks in the United States, terrorists have succeeded only in killing innocent people, often among those who represent Al Qaeda is now weaker than at any time in the decade since 9 / 11 -. and political progress through peaceful protest in the Middle East and North Africa has shown that it is increasingly irrelevant for the future. The true expression of what people in the Muslim world aims was not at Ground Zero in 2001, but in squares and streets throughout the Middle East and North Africa this year. So while we remember the victims of 9 / 11, stand firm with our allies and remain vigilant tirelessly against future threats, we also face the future with confidence in our values ??and faith in human nature. “- British Foreign Secretary, William Hague, in a statement.
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