Egyptian Chronicles: On 9/11 : The Forgotten Victims , Forgotten Prayer Place , Forgotten History

Saturday, September 11, 2010

On 9/11 : The Forgotten Victims , Forgotten Prayer Place , Forgotten History

Samad Afridi
Ashraf Ahmad
Shabbir Ahmad (45 years old; Windows on the World; leaves wife and 3 children)
Umar Ahmad
Azam Ahsan
Ahmed Ali
Tariq Amanullah (40 years old; Fiduciary Trust Co.; ICNA website team member; leaves wife and 2 children)
Touri Bolourchi (69 years old; United Airlines #175; a retired nurse from Tehran)
Salauddin Ahmad Chaudhury
Abdul K. Chowdhury (30 years old; Cantor Fitzgerald)
Mohammad S. Chowdhury (39 years old; Windows on the World; leaves wife and child born 2 days after the attack)
Jamal Legesse Desantis
Ramzi Attallah Douani (35 years old; Marsh & McLennan)
SaleemUllah Farooqi
Syed Fatha (54 years old; Pitney Bowes)
Osman Gani
Mohammad Hamdani (50 years old)
Salman Hamdani (NYPD Cadet)
Aisha Harris (21 years old; General Telecom)
Shakila Hoque (Marsh & McLennan)
Nabid Hossain
Shahzad Hussain
Talat Hussain
Mohammad Shah Jahan (Marsh & McLennan)
Yasmeen Jamal
Mohammed Jawarta (MAS security)
Arslan Khan Khakwani
Asim Khan
Ataullah Khan
Ayub Khan
Qasim Ali Khan
Sarah Khan (32 years old; Cantor Fitzgerald)
Taimour Khan (29 years old; Karr Futures)
Yasmeen Khan
Zahida Khan
Badruddin Lakhani
Omar Malick
Nurul Hoque Miah (36 years old)
Mubarak Mohammad
(23 years old)
Boyie Mohammed (Carr Futures)
Raza Mujtaba
Omar Namoos
Mujeb Qazi
Tarranum Rahim
Ehtesham U. Raja (28 years old)
Ameenia Rasool (33 years old)
Naveed Rehman
Yusuf Saad
Rahma Salie & unborn child (28 years old; American Airlines #11; wife of Michael Theodoridis; 7 months pregnant)
Shoman Samad
Asad Samir
Khalid Shahid (25 years old; Cantor Fitzgerald; engaged to be married in November)
Mohammed Shajahan (44 years old; Marsh & McLennan)
Naseema Simjee (Franklin Resources Inc.'s Fiduciary Trust)
Jamil Swaati
Sanober Syed
Robert Elias Talhami (40 years old; Cantor Fitzgerald)
Michael Theodoridis (32 years old; American Airlines #11; husband of Rahma Salie)
W. Wahid

These names are for a group of Muslims who were on 9/11 whether in the Twin towers or the hijacked airplanes , this is not a full list with all the Muslims were killed on that bloody day that changed the world forever causing the death of not only those who were killed in the towers or the airplanes but also those who were killed in Afghanistan and Iraq.

These names are for the Muslims whom the GOPs and Neoconservatives receive to recognize as 9/11 by their denial to their basic rights of freedom of belief

These names are for the Muslims whom would refuse and reject that growing racism across the United States.

These names are insulted by the rejection of Park 51 , by Terry Jones  by Cordozza ,by Glenn Beck , by Bill O’Reilly and by  Gingrich

By the way I wonder how many of these names know that there were praying places in the towers : the 106th and 107th floors and 17th floor of the South tower , I do not think they know because if they know they would not be against building an Islamic center with two floors only for prayers two blocks from the twin tower site which strangely was built on slave ship which may include Muslim West African slaves , I do not think they know that the man who designed the world trade center incorporated Islamic architectural references in its design including the plan of Mecca's courtyard.

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23 comments :

  1. STOP PEDDLING YOUR DIVIDING MESSAGE! Obama and even Bush always brought up the muslim martyrs of 911!

    You disgust me!

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  2. Mhm, but the people that are giving the speach right now Don't.

    Blind fool.

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  3. I agree with 3eb aliki!, this message is disgusting. No one has denied that Muslims died on 9/11. The towers were attacked by people who claimed to act on behalf of Muslims, and had the support of many millions of Muslim; why do you expect the American people to ignore this?

    By the way, you know nothing about the GOP or neoconservatives... you are just using big words to sound more informed. If you knew anything about them, you would know that the neoconservatives are the ones who want democracy in the Middle East!

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  4. Every individual has a right to reject the religious buildings of another. What is not acceptable is for the government to take a position in favor of one religion over another.

    What is happening in America now should be a model for Arab countries!

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  5. @Nope, religious freedom isnt subject to personal views. You got it wrong.
    @ All the comments: Z committed a disgusting act just bec she decided to remember those who have been forgotten amid the 9/11 bonanza?!!! 3aib 3alikom entom.
    @ Anon before last: Who said Bin Laden was acting on our behalf or claimed so, the only ones thinking that was the case are u and a bunch of idiots. Bin Laden had an issue w the US, his former ally, they had a fall out and he reacted. Muslims have been used in both times, when the US was friends with Bin Laden and when they had the fall out. Also, Bin Laden was very clear about how this is all about getting the US troops out of his country and his region. I dislike Bin Laden and completely against his ways but that was the only sane thing he said.

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  6. '@ All the comments: Z committed a disgusting act just bec she decided to remember those who have been forgotten amid the 9/11 bonanza?!!!'

    WRONG!

    I have a bone to pick with her peddling 'the mosque' and 'the florida inbred burning the Koran' in the same story as 911. ok THE CAPS ARE COMING OUT!

    Zeinab maybe to you 911 is just 'another story' TO US MASSRIAN FE AMRIKA IT"S FUCKIN SACRED!!!!!!!

    How dare you peddle news and current events in the same story as 911! WHILE YOU WERE SITTING IN A CLASS ROOM learning how to blog; I WAS WATCHING MY FRIENDS JUMP OUT OF WINDOWS!!!!!!

    SHAME ON YOU!

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  7. I also hope you don't censor like the people you blog endlessly about and have some guts!

    You are in the wrong Zeinab!

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  8. Qualifier

    I am glad that she posted the names of the unsung! But the fact that she used them to peddle her argument against that koran burning lunatic and the folks building the mosque was uncalled for and distasteful!

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  9. Dear Hacks of the Trollland,

    In simpler words of your minute caliber; what Z meant by mentioning the names of the Muslim victims in the context of events like Park51 and Terry Jones' quest for fame is that Muslim too mourn on that day, and if you consider 'Ground Zero' - a term I object to fiercely- a 'hallowed ground', then by all means it's hallowed for Muslims as well.

    Special thanks to the hack speaking of the individual right to 'reject' religious buildings for revealing his/her substantially laughable ignorance of the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the US. made my day! heehee

    point being, desecrating a whole population for the convenience of feeling oh so superior and grand en mass; is ... well, while not totally unamerican is still quite wrong. food for thought.

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  10. The whole subject of ground zero Mosque is a diversionary tactic. If Muslim did 911, which by any account is the biggest military operation in the history of mankind, why they couldn’t do anything close, or even much smaller by a factor of 1/100, before or after this horrific day. Not in US, not in Europe, Iraq, Pakistan or Afghanistan or even Somalia.

    In the prime time of the Soviet Union as super power, they never fantasized about attacking the most fortified building on earth (Pentagon). Yet, Hanjour with questionable flying skills (denied rental of a single engine plane) commandeered a 767 passenger airplane on 270 degrees angle, to hit the first floor of the Pentagon without burning the grass. If the official story is factual, then this miracle should have been a textbook case in aviation history. It doesn’t. No one except a moron would believe it.

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  11. For whatever it's worth, not all of your stateside readers think the points are irrelevant to one another.

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  12. @Bedouin said...Dear Hacks of the Trollland,

    typical arab insults with no solutions!

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  13. Food for thought.
    If the dead victims of 9/11 could talk, what would they say?
    The Canadaian.

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  14. 1 never speak i'll of the dead.
    2 Never speak on behalf of the dead!

    That is what Zeinobia did not speaking i'll but trying to speak on behalf of the dead, which is gauche and outright wrong. Dear bedouin try to get the sand out of your ears before you insult people!

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  15. 'Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the US. made my day! heehee'

    lol Bedouin you are sooo effin funny I have one word for you: Anwar al-Awlaki!

    Go tell the unmanned drones buzzing over Yeman about is 'inalienable rights' lol wake up and get the sand out of your ears!

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  16. Should we be calling you The Canadaian?

    What solutions have you offered? I saw none!

    And,calm down for a minute here, people speak on behalf of the dead everyday. it's not a sin! what is the fuss about objecting to the private practice of religion in the privacy of one's own building because it will cause the dead to roll in their hallowed ground then? isn't it speaking on behalf of the dead? in your mind the dead only speak for bigotry and oppression? lol

    Oh, and tell me, does spewing the names of media hyped terrorists trump the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the US? can you stop for a second to fathom the depth of the whole you're digging yourself? you might want to consider this; if the main job of terrorists is to make you so afraid that you'll abandon your time-honored struggle for civil rights and the fundamentals of your state and lifestyle, then I suppose in your case it's a job REALLY well-done.

    And if you can't fight a corrupt and obviously unpopular ideology by something other than bombs, oppression, and censorship, you're either of the same school of thought, or you just that empty within, hack!

    Fighting for principles is INDEED much easier than living up to them.

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  17. @Wael the American:

    Neither Z nor us feeling differently about her blog here, were the ones to make such connections initially. Its all from your beloved country. None of us tied 9/11 to all Muslims, all Arabs all MENA. None of us tied 9/11 to Eid Celebrations this year, to the Holy Qur'an itself and thats where the Lets burn the holy book of Muslims idea came from. We made no connections, your side did and you'd be doing a better job making this clear to those in your side who are ignorant about this simple fact.

    "Zeinab maybe to you 911 is just 'another story' TO US MASSRIAN FE AMRIKA IT"S FUCKIN SACRED!!!!!!! "

    To any one in MENA, 911 was never another story, how could we forget that we were all made responsible for it and ppl of the region paid the highest price in human loss bec of it!!
    "SACRED"!!!! Its funny, how every day and through out the history of US involvement in MENA and Muslim countries, there has been so many ground zeros, but American Egyptians, according to you only feel that 911 was "SACRED". What a pathetic thing to say and feel.

    "How dare you peddle news and current events in the same story as 911! WHILE YOU WERE SITTING IN A CLASS ROOM learning how to blog; I WAS WATCHING MY FRIENDS JUMP OUT OF WINDOWS!!!!!!"

    Z, dares bec its her blog, shes free to make any connections she wants. Current events coming from and created by some fellow Americans made such connections but when Z states the obvious, that Muslims also suffered on 911, shes speaking for the dead!! But those using the memory of the dead to burn the Holy Book of Muslims and to speak ill of Muslims and to prevent the building of an Islamic Center, arent speaking for the dead, arent exploiting the memory of 911 for their own benefits or out of their own ignorance!!! Answer this, how come until now no one spoke of the role of the US administrations and intelligence services in creating Bin Laden and his group? You called 911 sacred, well in case you forgot, we in Egypt as well as other parts of our region have lost lives, of both tourists and locals thanks to the same groups the US was once friends with and supported to get the USSR out of Afghanstan. Im sure, you dnt consider our loss SACRED, even though you claim to be from Egyptian origins.
    It must be a terrible feeling, having lost someone in such a terrible way but that doesnt make those lives more valuables than other whove lost their lives because of the policies and wars of your country. Its precisely that attitude that makes so many in MENA not sympathetic, not with the victims of 911 but with those indulging in their feelings of loss and those finding is such a huge thing a country got attacked on its own soil. No life is more valuable than the other and if you attack others expect them to come back for you. The US plaid friends with Bin Laden, all the time they were friends, it didnt matter what he or his group where doing to our countries, once they had a fall out and the pupil turned on the master and pulled on on him, we were all made to blame. If you give it more thought youll find, muslims have the most right to have a huge Mosque and plague for them, you know why not bec our lives are/were more valuable but because we lost the most before 911, on 911 and afterwards.

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  18. Should we call you the Bedouin.
    My aim is not to offer solutions because I have none when it comes to religion and hatred.
    I am simply asking a question to solicit opinions.
    The Canadian.

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  19. TO the last fool smoke your shisha and drink your mint tea but please lay off the internet!

    Thats what happens when EL AHWA has wifi fools like '9/12/2010 10:11:00 PM' get to conjecture on concepts beyond his grasp!

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  20. Dear Ahwa Logic,

    the quantification of death is immoral and frowned upon by many a civilized people my friend. You are obviously full of bile and hate, so engaging you would be futile!

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  21. @Wael: The only fools are the ones who think they know it all. Since you added nothing to the argument and resorted to personal attacks, its clear you have no way of defending your stupid words.

    I also dnt get why both Wael and the Canadian, who claim to be of Egyptian origin are using resorting to derogatory references to elements form the culture they both originally came from. Nothing worse than a self-hating person.

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  22. عمل مهني ممتاز وبراعة عالية ... وهذا الوصف لا يقتصر على التدوينة الحالية
    فخور بالتعرف على مدونتك

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  23. @Anon 9/13/2010 05:05:00 AM
    'Nothing worse than a self-hating person'....you are soooo sweet I can scrape you off the floor.
    The Canadian.

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