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Photos From Around the World Honoring 9/11

Posted on 09/11/2002 9:54:36 AM PDT by Dallas

Amalia Metzger, 12, from Paris, lays a bouquet of flowers outside the U.S. Embassy in Paris Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, to mark the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Wed Sep 11,11:40 AM ET

A Russian woman prays during a memorial service to mark the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States at Kazan Cathedral in St. Petersburg, Russia, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002. Hundreds attended a memorial service at the cathedral and visited the U.S. Consulate to sign a condolence book. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)

A Japanese girl offers prayer at a Tokyo park decorated with lit-up miniature models of the defunct World Trade Center twin towers of New York marking the first year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002. Hundreds of Japanese offered prayer to thousands of American victims, and hundreds of foreign victims including 24 Japanese. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

Two sisters cry during a candle-light vigil for victims of the terror attacks on the United States during a memorial service outside the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo on September 11. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

Lebanese Mary Meraab, right, cries during a memorial ceremony in the garden of the U.S. embassy in Aukar, north of Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday Sept. 11, 2002 to honor the victims who died in the terrorists attacks in the United States. Various countries around the world are marking the one year anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.(AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Pro-U.S. ralliers place candles in front of a wreath during a demonstration outside the U.S. Embassy in Manila to commemorate the first year anniversary of the terrorist attacks on U.S. mainland on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Pro-U.S. deonstrators march Wednesday Sept. 11, 2002 with American flags and a replica of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center before setting it afloat off Manila Bay behind the U.S. Embassy in Manila to commemorate the 1st year anniversary of the terrorist attacks in the U.S. mainland. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

A Filipino child holds his toy gun as he looks at lighted candles during a pro-US rally outside the U.S. Embassy in Manila to commemorate the first year anniversary of the terrorist attacks on U.S. mainland on Sept. 11, 2002. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Pro-U.S. ralliers hold candles as they sing "God Bless America" during a rally outside the U.S. Embassy in Manila to commemorate the first year anniversary of the terrorist attacks on U.S. mainland on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

A crowd gathers for a service of remembrance outside the United States Embassy in Grosvenor Square, London, Wednesday Sept. 11, 2002, to remember those who died a year ago in terrorist attacks in the U.S. (AP Photo / PA, Toby Melville)

A Japanese man offers prayers for victims of the terror attacks on the United States outside the U.S. embassy in Tokyo September 11, 2002, on the anniversary of the attacks. Cities across Asia marked the anniversary on Wednesday with various ceremonies and events. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

Amanda Worrel, weeps during the remembrance ceremony outside the United States Embassy in London, Wednesday Sept. 11, 2002, for the victims in the terrorist attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001. (AP Photo/Max Nash)

Wearing a U.S. flag headscarf and holding a New York Yankees cap, Annabel weeps during the remembrance ceremony outside the United States Embassy in London, Wednesday Sept.11, 2002, for the victims in the terrorist attacks on the United States Sept.11, 2001. (AP Photo / Max Nash)

A girl is overcome by emotion during a service of remembrance for the victims of the September 11 attacks on the United States at the American Embassy in London, September 11, 2002. America's closest ally since September 11 on Tuesday mourned the heavy loss of British lives in the attacks amid a vast security operation to prevent London becoming the next target. (Stephen Hird/Reuters)

A Moscow man puts flowers outside the U.S. Embassy as the American flag is lowered to half-staff in Moscow, Wednesday Sept. 11, 2002. At the U.S. Embassy Marine guards lowered the American flag to half-staff Wednesday morning and visitors laid flowers to express their condolences outside the main building as the Star-Spangled banner was broadcast over a loudspeaker. (AP Photo/ Maxim Marmur)

A man shows his emotion during a minute of silence to mark the first anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States, at London's St Paul's Cathedral, September 11, 2002. The world paused Wednesday to honor the more than 3,000 killed last Sept. 11, but memorial ceremonies were tinged with fear the anniversary could spark repeat attacks. (Dan Chung/Reuters)

The view from above the Great West door of London's St Paul's Cathedral shows the congregation at a service of remembrance to mark the first anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States, September 11, 2002. The world paused Wednesday to honor the more than 3,000 killed last Sept. 11, but memorial ceremonies were tinged with fear the anniversary could spark repeat attacks. (John Stillwell/Pool via Reuters)

Members of the Pakistani Christian community release doves to wish for peace in the world to commemorate the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the United States, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002 in Islamabad, Pakistan.(AP Photo/B.K.Bangash)

A group of Japanese offer prayer at a Tokyo park decorated with lit-up miniature models of the defunct World Trade Center of New York to mark the first year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002. Hundreds of Japanese prayed for thousands of American victims, and hundreds of foreign victims including 24 Japanese. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

Pakistani children hold American flags to commemorate the first anniversary of the terror attacks in the United States, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002 in Karachi, Pakistan. (AP Photo/Mohammed Sabir)

Members of Lloyd's of London wait in silence for the Lutine Bell to be rung Wedesday, Sept. 11, 2002, as they take time out to mark the first anniversary of the attacks on the United States. The Lutine Bell was traditionally rung to indicate the loss of a ship at sea. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

A woman bows her head during a memorial service in front of Berlin's cathedral Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, to mark the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks in the United States. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and U.S. Ambassador Dan Coats attended the service. (AP Photo/Jan Bauer)

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, right, bows his head as he listens to the playing of the U.S. and Israeli national anthems with U.S. ambassador to Israel Dan Kurtzer during a memorial ceremony at his office in Jerusalem, to commemorate the one year anniversary of the terrorist attacks in the United States Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002. (AP Photo/Laurent Rebours)


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1 posted on 09/11/2002 9:54:36 AM PDT by Dallas
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To: Dallas
bump.
2 posted on 09/11/2002 9:57:03 AM PDT by hillsborofox
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To: Dallas
Bump
3 posted on 09/11/2002 10:03:46 AM PDT by KC_Conspirator
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To: Dallas
Speechless.
4 posted on 09/11/2002 10:05:56 AM PDT by Steely Tom
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To: Dallas
Touching tribute. The world (if the press reports are right) seems to have gone soft on the war on terror of late. These observances should renew the civilized world's resolve to finish the job.
5 posted on 09/11/2002 10:06:38 AM PDT by My2Cents
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To: Dallas
Oh boy, lots of candles, flags, crying and whatever.

OK people, tomorrow is September the twelfth, so do all your tear shedding today, tomorrow we might want to go back to killing the bastards who did this, unless you can't get a grip or fnd a life...
6 posted on 09/11/2002 10:08:31 AM PDT by Vidalia
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To: Dallas
Thank you. Very nice.
7 posted on 09/11/2002 10:10:00 AM PDT by DoughtyOne
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To: Dallas
Very touching- we do have friends.

Especially liked the picture captioned "A Filipino child holds his toy gun..."

Them Flips is mighty tough- they looooove to shot, and they're damn good IPSC/IDPA competitors. Good friends to have. Hope we keep helping them stomp out their islamo-facists.

8 posted on 09/11/2002 10:10:24 AM PDT by fourdeuce82d
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To: My2Cents
This is the problem with the press...most likely nothing has changed. The only thing that has changed is what the press decided to report today. Do you not see how easily we can be manipulated, even with a free press?
9 posted on 09/11/2002 10:10:56 AM PDT by ItisaReligionofPeace
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To: Dallas
When you hear people talk about how the world has turned against us, don't believe it. Not for one second.
10 posted on 09/11/2002 10:12:36 AM PDT by The Vast Right Wing
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To: Dallas
A wonderful thread, thanks.
11 posted on 09/11/2002 10:13:05 AM PDT by TomB
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To: ItisaReligionofPeace
It must have been difficult staging all those pictures.
12 posted on 09/11/2002 10:14:05 AM PDT by TomB
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To: Dallas; Stavka2
Thank you so very much for these lovely remembrance photos. It is so moving to see the creativity of those who honor our lost, especially the the twin towers which were set to sea, and the human flag in Australia on the other memorial thread.

I really appreciate your taking the time to post these here for us all.

13 posted on 09/11/2002 10:14:52 AM PDT by MarMema
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To: Vidalia
Mourning the dead is what human beings do. It's what separates us from the Muslim animals. If the murder of innocents didn't upset us deeply, we'd be identical with the enemy.

Don't criticize good people behaving like good people.

14 posted on 09/11/2002 10:17:04 AM PDT by wideawake
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To: Dallas
This certainly beats the liberal cheese the newspapers in the world are sending:


Asian papers mix sympathy with criticism of US
SINGAPORE -- Newspapers across Asia paid a solemn tribute to the victims of the Sept 11 terror attacks on Wednesday, but the memorials carried a message of dissatisfaction with United States foreign policy.
Along with words of sympathy and photographs recalling the horror which filled news pages and anniversary lift-outs, there was strong criticism of a 'unilateralist' Washington, seen as using its agenda to lead the war against terror as a reason to attack Iraq.
Despite world sympathy for victims of the 'horrendous' Sept 11 attacks, Washington appeared more ready to topple a leader 'it considers dangerous than building a better world', the Jakarta Post reported.
The Times of India reported that US President George W Bush 'seems strangely unconcerned about trampling upon the same democratic values' that he claimed were attacked on Sept 11.
In Hongkong, the South China Morning Post reported that 'the ghosts of Sept 11 can never be erased...they continue to haunt and prey on our minds'.
But the paper criticised Mr Bush and his advisers, saying that by threatening to attack Iraq 'they are avoiding the time-tested solution of diplomacy, as well as the issues'.
Several newspapers raised the Muslim issue in their analysis of the response to the terror attacks
Columnist Janadas Devan wrote in Singapore's The Straits Times that a year on from Sept 11, 'American power is probably more resented in the Arab world than it ever was, and the appeal of terrorism as a form of resistance to that power has probably strengthened, not weakened, in the region'.
The Malay-language Utusan Malaysia charged that the US had 'increased the gap of misunderstanding' between Muslims and Western communities.
In Pakistan, the Dawn newspaper reported that Sept 11 had given Washington 'a free hand to throw away its pretence of objectivity in the Palestine-Israel conflict and openly back Israel'.
In Australia, every newspaper devoted its front page to special tributes, with the Daily Telegraph and Sydney Morning Herald publishing the names of the dead.
The Joongang daily in South Korea said 'US unilateralism is rampant' while the international alliance against terrorism is in disarray.
Japan's Mainichi Shimbun wrote that 'as one year has passed since the terrorist attacks, we are not sure where history will guide us in this age of uncertainty'.
The Bangkok Post's criticism of the US was that 'not enough has been done to allow us to move forward and assure us that the threat of another terrorist attack has passed'.
China's official mouthpiece, the People's Daily, reported that the Chinese 'remain strong in their sadness and condolences for the American people'.
In the Philippines, the Today newspaper reported that Washington encouraged 'regimes to flourish that harboured and created the kind of men who killed thousands of American innocents'.
The China Times in Taiwan noted that after Sept 11, 'the ideology of a US empire emerged and it was poised to demonstrate its authoritarian power to the world'.
The Quan Doi Nhan Dan in Hanoi reported that 'in the very first year of the 21st century, the US has not integrated into the world community but got deeper into unilateralism'.
The Daily Star in Bangladesh described the horrific attacks in the US as 'the most mindless, inhuman and destructive terrorist attacks ever'. -- AFP
15 posted on 09/11/2002 10:19:16 AM PDT by Bugbear
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To: Dallas
Very very touching. I hope the politicians who "hate" America and yes, you too Norman Mailer, see how much the United States is loved around the world.
16 posted on 09/11/2002 10:19:55 AM PDT by smiley
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To: The Vast Right Wing
I don't believe that the people of the world have turned against us but their governments have seemed to.
17 posted on 09/11/2002 10:20:28 AM PDT by Chi-townChief
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To: Dallas
Thank you for posting these pictures - even though they made me cray -- again. I swore I wasn't going to watch TV today - but I did and I've cried all morning. Our President and Rummy were magnificant at the Pentagon. Then Laura did me in when she & the Pres. were in PA at the flight 93 site - she was VERY emotional as she walked among the family members touching and talking to one and all.
18 posted on 09/11/2002 10:20:46 AM PDT by Elkiejg
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To: All
here is the other thread with memorial photos. The human flag of 6000 people is impressive.
19 posted on 09/11/2002 10:21:52 AM PDT by MarMema
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To: wideawake
For today, yes.

For those other days that should be constructive, no...
20 posted on 09/11/2002 10:22:06 AM PDT by Vidalia
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To: Vidalia
Oh boy, lots of candles, flags, crying and whatever.

OK people, tomorrow is September the twelfth, so do all your tear shedding today, tomorrow we might want to go back to killing the bastards who did this, unless you can't get a grip or fnd a life...


You got that right! Let's Roll!
21 posted on 09/11/2002 10:22:26 AM PDT by dsmatuska
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To: Chi-townChief
The UN is making a mess of it
22 posted on 09/11/2002 10:23:48 AM PDT by Bugbear
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To: Bugbear
Well Russia has been taking it for their work in chechnya for years, but they don't let it slow them down.
Neither will we.
23 posted on 09/11/2002 10:24:26 AM PDT by MarMema
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To: wideawake
Mourning the dead is what human beings do. It's what separates us from the Muslim animals

You mean these animals....

Palestinians walk over an American flag taped down to the front steps of the municipal cultural center building, as they enter for a pro-Saddam Hussein rally, in Gaza City, Gaza Strip, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2002. Attended by members of various Palestinian groups, the rally, which also featured anti-American speeches, was sponsored by the Arab Liberation Front, a pro-Iraq faction. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

24 posted on 09/11/2002 10:24:38 AM PDT by Dallas
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To: Dallas
Wonderful - thanks for the post.


Tony
25 posted on 09/11/2002 10:31:09 AM PDT by TonyInOhio
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To: Xenon481
ping
26 posted on 09/11/2002 10:33:45 AM PDT by sparkydragon
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To: Dallas
Thanks for posting this
27 posted on 09/11/2002 10:39:20 AM PDT by FreeTheHostages
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To: Mudboy Slim; tgslTakoma; kristinn; Angelwood
Bump

God bless the brits, they've been with us through thick and thin.
28 posted on 09/11/2002 10:40:18 AM PDT by FreeTheHostages
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To: Dallas
Thanks for this great post!

Two threads on the exact same subject, and not a single duplicate! Check out:

Photos of 911 memorials in other countries

There’s some real beauts, like this one from Australia:

Six thousand people form a human American flag at Surfers
Paradise on the Gold Coast in Queensland. Photo: AFP

29 posted on 09/11/2002 10:53:45 AM PDT by dead
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To: Siobhan; american colleen; sinkspur; livius; Lady In Blue; Salvation; Polycarp; narses; ...
Pinging ........
30 posted on 09/11/2002 10:55:03 AM PDT by NYer
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To: Vidalia
For today, yes. For those other days that should be constructive, no...

Well, why don't you just hold back the criticism until tomorrow then and give the rest of us with a heart a moment to reflect before we reload and move out.

31 posted on 09/11/2002 10:57:52 AM PDT by Damocles
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To: Dallas
Very touching. Even though many of these countries are friendly to the US, I am surprised at the outpouring of grief, as many of them don't seem to be very closely related to the US, specifically the Asian countries.
32 posted on 09/11/2002 11:06:38 AM PDT by Conservative til I die
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To: ItisaReligionofPeace
Absolutely, but I'm heartened that inspite of how the press is trying to manipulate us, to cover the human cost, but not the terror, people know what we're up against. The inhumanity of the evil-doers is not lost on the man in the street, no matter how much the press is trying to encourage us to "all get along."
33 posted on 09/11/2002 11:07:44 AM PDT by My2Cents
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To: Dallas
Thanks, Dallas, I needed that...MUD
34 posted on 09/11/2002 11:43:08 AM PDT by Mudboy Slim
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To: FreeTheHostages
Thanks fer the ping...nice to know the World doesn't hate us as much as the Vast, Leftwing Medyuh Whore'd would like us to believe...MUD
35 posted on 09/11/2002 11:49:50 AM PDT by Mudboy Slim
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To: Dallas
Thanks, BUMP!
36 posted on 09/11/2002 11:56:40 AM PDT by gilor
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To: Dallas
Wonderful and moving, though it was hard to see through the tears.
37 posted on 09/11/2002 12:00:19 PM PDT by Lady Jag
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To: Damocles
Point taken, but we've had 364.063 days of mourning already. The memorial should be short and sweet and to the point.

Rather than candles and Kleenex, today should be the day of extreme prejudice against these pieces of crap cave-dwellers who want to kill your mother, your father, you, your wife and your children, even your children's children.

Democrat/socialists are questioning the right of the President to hunt down these bastards and kill them.

Airhead hippy attorneys are fighting to keep the killers out of military courts (where they belong), so they will not be executed as prescribed by law.

As to the placement or existence of my "heart" have you had a child kidnapped or shot/wounded? My heart has bled for mine and others.

I have, and know what it takes to remedy the problem.

You don't try to understand them, you don't negotiate, you don't feel sorry for yourself... you gather and put on the proper "equipment" and find the bastards who did the deed, and you kill them and those who support their efforts.

So don't get on my case, for others like me are out there looking for these sorry SOBs and will put an end to their misery ASAP... End of Story
38 posted on 09/11/2002 12:13:26 PM PDT by Vidalia
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This one is excellent....

** Today's OLD GLORY Photos **

39 posted on 09/11/2002 12:45:30 PM PDT by Dallas
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To: Dallas
Wow, Dallas, this is one great thread. Sure let's us know who our friends are.

Thank you.


40 posted on 09/11/2002 12:54:14 PM PDT by Joe Brower
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To: Dallas
Thanks.

Can I borrow a cup of Kleenex....:*)
41 posted on 09/11/2002 1:00:58 PM PDT by cmsgop
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To: Dallas
bttt
42 posted on 09/11/2002 1:15:15 PM PDT by Pagey
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To: Vidalia
Fine. But don't get on my case and others like me for taking time out from kickin ass to remember why we're doing it. A little reflection and somber remembrance helps to sloidify that raw rage into a motivational driving force to see this war to the end.

I think we have the same goal but different methods of motivating ourselves.

Let's Roll!

43 posted on 09/11/2002 1:40:45 PM PDT by Damocles
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To: Dallas; NYer
Dallas, thanks for posting this thread.
NYer, thanks for the flag.
44 posted on 09/11/2002 2:14:38 PM PDT by ELS
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To: Damocles
Still there, still doing it (civi style), and what we both recognize in the long run it is not "getting on peoples' cases", but making damn sure the determination never lessens.

There are buggars out here who still muster the strength to pass, at the least, the "New Army's" standards, because we did it as kiddos growing up in rural America, we didn't need DIs, we competed our asses off just for the fun of it.

We don't originate from New York, Berkley or downtown Houston.

We are the regular guys across the country who know how to hunt and shoot and gut.

If it weren't for us, the lazy odd-natured asses in the blue range wouldn't be in the blue sectors.

The second amendment saved their blue-blood asses more than once...
45 posted on 09/11/2002 2:16:09 PM PDT by Vidalia
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To: Dallas
Gee, I was doing good till I read Luis's thread and now lookiing at all these pictures.
Seeing all those people around the world who HAVEN'T forgotten the good side of Americans sure makes me proud.
46 posted on 09/11/2002 2:22:04 PM PDT by tet68
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To: Dallas; cmsgop; Libertina; katnip

SEATTLE REMEMBERS AND MOURNS
KIRO 7 - Hundreds of people marched in a 9-11 memorial procession from Westlake Park in downtown Seattle to the Seattle Center.
The procession followed a memorial service in Westlake Park where elected officials spoke and a choir from Leschi Elementary School performed.
Many in the audience carried flags. A few had signs that say, "Never Forget 9/11."

47 posted on 09/11/2002 2:26:53 PM PDT by MarMema
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To: tet68; Dallas
Ya beat me to it, tet.
I, too, had managed to stay dry-eyed all day....
Until this post.
But at least they are uplifting tears...
God Bless these people and God Bless the United States.
48 posted on 09/11/2002 2:28:49 PM PDT by eddie willers
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To: Dallas
Thank you.
49 posted on 09/11/2002 2:39:39 PM PDT by my_pointy_head_is_sharp
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To: Dallas
,,, from north of the South Pole...
50 posted on 09/11/2002 3:13:33 PM PDT by shaggy eel
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