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Ms. Benji Whitt

I am currently taking a class called Homeland Security and Terrorism. One of the assignments was to watch one of 4 movies: 9/11 Fahrenheit, 9/11, United 93, or World Trade Center, and give a 2 1/2 page summary that details the characters point of views. I watched World Trade Center, starring Nicolas Cage. It was like I was right in there with them as they were trapped some 20ft under the rubble. They had to literally pull together to keep each other alive. My heart sank as I watched because this was a true story. It really touched me. I have since rented United 93. I will be watching that one too, even though I have completed the assignment.

Ms. Benji Whitt

I must also add to what I've posted above. I really do have compassion for the people that lost their lives because of this terrible act. This whole act was indeed committed because of hatred, and people suffered because of it. I think this may also be another one of the reasons why I felt so overwhelmed as I watched the movie, "World Trade Center". These were acts of violence and terrorism, and people gave their lives to save the innocent.

Jennifer Stevens

Thank you for sharing. Good comments. God bless.

Leviticus 19:34 states "But the stranger that dwelleth with you shall be unto you as one born among you, and thou shalt love him as thyself; for ye were strangers in the land of Egypt: I am the LORD your God".



Thanks for the comment. Yes, the events were horrible on many levels and they impacted us Americans more than anybody else. My main point was to not be swayed in our principles of freedom by the acts of a few.


Thank you for the quote. I think you're trying to say that we must treat everybody the same because we are also different than others?


Hannah S

The loss that we incurred that day as a nation will never be forgotten. The men and women who sacrificed their lives are truly heroes, in every sense of the word. I hope that future generations will be educated about the tragedy of that day, and the courage of so many Americans.


I think it is great you talked about this day. It is very important to remember this day. Those whose lives were lost will never be forgotten. It will always be a day that people will learn more about and remember.

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