It is campaign season, and facts are taking it on the chin. Republican Donald Trump’s claim that Arab Americans cheered during the September 11, 2001 attacks is just the latest in a string of falsehoods from US presidential candidates. Trump is not alone among the candidates in distorting the...
By Henry A. Giroux and Brad Evans / Truthout Recognizing that both the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and Paris this month were committed by young men provides insight for addressing the conditions that made them possible.
Billionaire Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is doubling down on their outrageous claims that “thousands” of Muslims in Jersey City were seen on television celebrating the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. They are now flat-out accusing the media of a conspiracy.
On the morning of September 11, 1973, the residents of Valparaiso, a coastal city in Chile, awoke to find hemselves under military control. Commander Augusto Pinochet, after months of public aggression, had finally launched his coup d’état against Salvador Allende’s socialist, democratically elected government. Show More Summary
Talat Hamadi lost her son on September 11, 2001, and she has a powerful message for GOP frontrunner Donald Trump: Get the hell out of America. In direct response to recent comments made by Trump regarding Muslims and Syrian refugees, Hamadi told MSNBC: You know, he himself came, his grandparents, came from Germany, Donald Trump’s. [...]
The mother of a first responder who died during the September 11th attacks has a message for Donald Trump: get out of America. Responding to Trump's recent anti-Muslim remarks, Talat Hamadi told MSNBC: "You know, he himself came, his grandparents, came from Germany, Donald Trump's. Show More Summary
Ben Carson has been accused of lying about a lot of things lately, including his alleged violent past. However, he is now accused of lying about what he saw after the September 11 attacks back in 2001. Many of the attacks against Carson could be politically motivated. Show More Summary
(Please consult Google maps if you’re unfamiliar with Manhattan). Now Trump is claiming that on September 11 he watched people jumping from the burning towers from his apartment. This would not be a fantastical claim, but his apartment is on the east side, between 56th and 57th, four miles or more from the Trade Center. […]
The New Jersey governor touts his September 11 bona fides.
The nation was declared Ebola-free in September; virus outbreak has killed over 11,000 people.
From September 16, 2015 to November 11, 2015, the Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) aired a K-drama which would capture the awe and wonder of millions of people, not just in Korea but around the world, titled She Was Pretty. The series, starring Hwang Jung Eum and Park Seo Joon, was so popular that it had... Show More Summary
The campaign of Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson has walked back comments he made about reports of Muslim-Americans in New Jersey cheering amid the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on US soil. When an ABC News reporter...Show More Summary
Appeasement is now a creed, prohibitng us from even remembering our…
Republican Ben Carson backed up Donald Trump's claim that thousands of Muslims in New Jersey partied on September 11, 2001, telling a journalist that he had actually seen video of the incident.
Not even Laura Ingraham is willing to support Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's claim that American Muslims cheered in Jersey City, New Jersey during the September 11 attacks. The conservative talk radio host, who hasShow More Summary
Multiple independent fact-checkers cast doubt on real-estate tycoon Donald Trump's claims over the weekend that he saw people "cheering" in New Jersey after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on US soil. In an interview on ABC...Show More Summary
Donald Trump did it again. And then again. At a rally on Saturday in Birmingham, Alabama, the leader in the GOP presidential contest claimed that on September 11, 2001, "I watched in Jersey City, N.J., where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. Show More Summary
Candied yam riddled with moldy spider carcasses Donald Trump managed to involve himself in yet another controversy this weekend, when he claimed to have seen footage of huge crowds of New Jersey Muslims cheering wildly on September 11, 2001. Those Muslims were imaginary. Even the most conservative news outlets can’t quite get with Donald on this one. Read more...
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks, many in France have said they finally understand what things were like for Americans just after September 11, 2001. The attacks have emboldened France's conservatives, and pushed liberal and moderate factions rightward. Show More Summary
The Washington Post reported on September 18, 2001–one week after the 9/11 Islamic terror attacks, that the law enforcement officers... The post WaPo: Officials Investigated Muslims in New Jersey Holding Rooftop Parties on 9/11 Across River From Attack Scene appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.