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Tag Archives: 9/11
Once again Rabbi Jonathan Sacks talks about the state of Europe, and the disease of the world’s oldest hatred.
This is Israel’s memorial to the victims of 9/11. Not surprising it’s the only one in the Middle East.
From TED In this talk, Dr. Abrahms takes terrorism one step further and sheds light on digital privacy, security, and counter terrorism. Max Abrahms is a professor of public policy in the department of political science at Northeastern University. He … Continue reading
The morning of September 11, 2001, was a beautiful morning. Hubby and brilliant-computer-sis were supposed to be at the World Trade Center that morning for meetings. Luckily, their meetings had been canceled the day before, but who would have thought … Continue reading