How quickly we’ve forgotten 9/11

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It only seems appropriate that American leaders have settled a deal to give Iran nuclear capabilities on the anniversary of the worst terroristic attack on US soil.

As we remember 9/11 from 2001 today, brace yourself for the next 9/11 that is sure to come.

How in the world could the brightest people in Washington DC sign off to give more money and nuclear resources to people who have sponsored terrorism all over the world and made it their stated goal to destroy both Israel and America? Have those of us in the heartland missed something?

Just look at the headlines on this Sept. 11, 2015. The Iranian “supreme leader” is boasting about the deal his negotiators pulled off while stating bluntly that Israel will not exist in 25 years. The “deal” we’ve brokered, by the way, is a 25-year pact.

Even if you don’t love Israel, pay attention. The Iranian nickname for Israel is “The Little Satan.” Our nickname in America? “The Great Satan.”

Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman had nuclear technology their enemies wanted, too. Thankfully, they had the common sense not to give the technology away. And after Truman used the horrible weapons to end World War II, America has never used nuclear weapons again.

The 9/11 Living Memorial Plaza is in the Arazim Valley, Ramot, Jerusalem.

Iran has proven itself to be one of the most unstable, volatile countries in the world. It has sponsored terroristic activities against Israel and other countries for decades. Iran’s leaders believe their religious beliefs justify killing people who don’t follow Islam. This country has sworn to be our enemy. It has sworn to destroy the only true friend we have in the Middle East.

How quickly we have forgotten Sept. 11, 2001.

Ironically, the only country in the world that has a 9/11 memorial with the names of all the nearly 3,000 victims of that terrorist attack inscribed upon it … is in Israel. The $2 million work of art incorporates the American flag, the image of fire, and a promise never to forget. It stands alone on five acres of sacred ground overlooking the largest cemetery in Jerusalem.

Good thing its has five acres. If Iran has its way, more memorials to American and Israeli citizens are inevitable.