First responders will not be invited to this year’s 9/11 ceremony at Ground Zero. That’s the word from city officials who say there isn’t enough room for the tens of thousands of firefighters, police and other rescue workers. According to a report by the Daily News, security issues and making sure that all of the victims’ families will be able to participate in the 10th anniversary of 9/11, contributed to first responders not being invited to the ceremony.
Scott Ford is one of the editors of 9/11 Truth News and has designed websites for Cindy Sheehan’s Peace of the Action, Sibel Edmond’s Boiling Frogs Post and Visibility 9-11. Jon Gold interviewed Scott at Ground Zero in New York City on July 30, 2011.
So far, the debate over the proposed Islamic center near Ground Zero has unfolded along predictable lines, with the man at the center of the project, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, drawing attacks from the right painting him as a terrorist sympathizer with ties to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. But meanwhile, links between the group […]
With the wave of virulent anti-Muslim bigotry on display in the ongoing “Ground Zero mosque” controversy, it becomes abundantly clear that the full truth about 9/11 is needed more than ever. This hate-fueled media circus has shown us that, nine years down the road, the memory of the 9/11 attack still remains a dangerously potent […]
The way that 9/11 is remembered will soon be transformed. Located beneath a maze of construction at Ground Zero, the National September 11 Memorial Museum is taking shape and has made significant progress. Members of the media took a tour of the cavernous, 120,000-square-foot museum site on Tuesday. The museum opening is slated for Sept. […]