Tribute to the Victims of the 9/11 Attack

I am sorry guys, I really don't have clear pictureS of the 9/11 Attack. I just took these pictures from ARD, a German TV Channel where I watched last Sunday the story and different videos of the 9/11 attack of the World Trade Center in New York. It was history and for sure the world especially the victim's families, friends, neighbors, colleagues and millions of American people will never forget this tragedy.

I just can't imagine how this happened as I was watching the movie last Sunday. Why there was no immediate help sent to the workers who were in that buildings? Before it happened, it was even reported that these planes were hijacked. There were already 2 jet planes on the air ready to help but there was no instructions given to them where they have to fly. There was no proper communication which is impossible for the most considered high-tech country in the world, the UniteD States of America.

I truly felt bad as I was watching the movie. People were running on the streets for their lives, women were crying and different horror scenarios can be seen in that video. I can't really say a lot about this. It is like a fiction movie but it did happened. I just felt horrible while watching it. My one question? Why is it that there are no immediatle help sent to the poor victims. I believed that the US government have a lot of helicopters to send to pick-up the employees inside those buildings. Why they can send all those jet fighters and all war weapons in Iraq and Afghanistan and no help was sent to the poor victims?? Very Ironic!

Lastly, I would like to extend my sympathy to the families's victims and to offer prayers especially to the victims of the 9/11 Attack. May All Their Souls Rest in Peace.

"Pain might be forgotten but the memories are always there!".
Peace to all Mankind!

I also would like to share this link about the 9/11 Conspiracy Theories. Here are the photos I took from the ARD TV Channel.

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