Sunday, June 27, 2010

Remains of 72 people were found last week at the World Trade Center site

Why do we have to get our news from foreign newspapers? Have the mainstream news media in America become such apologists to Muslims that the actions of Islamic terrorists on September 11, 2001 no longer get reported? Pamela Geller's web site Atlas Shrugs  revealed today that the London, England newspaper, The Telegraph, reported that 72 more remains of victims of the attack at the World Trade Center have just been found.
Geller writes: "We are still finding bodies of Americans murdered by Muslim terrorists on September 11th. Still. And the Islamic supremacists want to build a monster mosque on that sacred burial ground, a giant symbol of Islamic supremacism on the cherished site of land they think they conquered?"
Geller's greatest concerns surround the current issue about the construction of a mega mosque in the old Burlington Coat Factory building that was severely damaged when the landing gear of one of the hijacked jetliners crashed through 5 floors of the building. Now, some Muslims have purchased this building and plan to construct a giant size mosque on this hallowed ground. To add insult to injury, Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of New York City has given this project his approval. So if and when it is built, the people who live and work in lower Manhattan will have to endure the blaring loudspeakers issuing the daily calls to prayer.
Here is the full story from The Telegraph.
Remains of 72 people found at World Trade Center site

New York City officials say a renewed search this year of debris in and around the World Trade Center site has recovered 72 human remains. 

Published: 10:23AM BST 23 Jun 2010

The sifting of more than 800 cubic yards (612 cubic meters) of debris recovered from ground zero and underneath roads around the lower Manhattan site began in April and ended Friday.
The greatest number of remains – 37 – were found from material underneath West Street, a highway on the west side of ground zero. The new debris was uncovered as construction work made new parts of the site accessible.

The city began a renewed search for human remains in 2006. More than 1,800 remains have been found.

Some have been matched to previously unidentified 9/11 victims.

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