Biden Criticizes Americans, Defends Muslims in September 11th Address
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President Biden criticized Americans and defended Muslims during a pre-recorded address released on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. That was the day when Muslims terrorists waged jihad on American soil in the name of the Islam.
“We also witnessed the dark forces of human nature. Fear and anger. Resentment and violence against Muslim-Americans — true and faithful followers of a peaceful religion,” We saw a national unity bend.”
The president struck a mournful, sullen tone in the message — finding inspiration not in the Holy Bible but in the writings of Ernest Hemingway.
“We find strength in its broken places, as Hemingway wrote. We find light in the darkness, we find purpose to repair, renew, and rebuild,” he said.
20 years after September 11, 2001, we commemorate the 2,977 lives we lost and honor those who risked and gave their lives. As we saw in the days that followed, unity is our greatest strength. It’s what makes us who we are — and we can’t forget that. pic.twitter.com/WysK8m3LAb— President Biden (@POTUS) September 10, 2021