Still more of the "nothing to do with islam" propaganda for the tenth anniversary of "9/11"
9-11 In Focus: Charlotte's Muslim Community Grows, Unites Since 9-11
Wednesday September 7, 2011
Maryam started covering her head in public in the 5th grade. A year later, 9-11 happened. She remembers her parents picking her up and telling her she couldn’t go to school the next day.
She was just 11 and didn't understand that the 9-11 attacks were "being blamed on people that called themselves what I called myself."
After her parents' initial fear passed, Maryam went back to school - and kept on wearing her head scarf right through graduation from public school. Her dress made her a target for curious questions and ignorant taunts. And in the years since 9-11, she says her faith has grown.
"I think that I practice my religion more correctly because I see these people that make it something that it's not," says Maryam. "I want to show what it is."
She's seen the same thing among her friends. They attend Mosque more regularly. They're more inclined to speak up when they hear their religion misrepresented at school or in the media.
More of the "misrepresentation" by people who call themselves ... at "WFAE 90.7"
The linkage of islam to terror is permanent and unbreakable, going by the words of "Allah": "When your Lord revealed to the angels: I am with you, therefore make firm those who believe. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them." (Sura 8:12)
Unbelievers can never know when Sudden Islamic Death Syndrome will strike.