Osama Bin Laden
The U.S. President sees its strongest country against threats of attacks. He also said that the terrorists who carried out the atentadis are powerless against the American courage. He said that thanks to the extraordinary courage of our forces we did justice to Osama Bin Laden. Obama will visit three places attacked and will offer a speech of commemoration. The U.S.
President, Barack Obama, made an appeal to national unity this Saturday to remember the victims of the 2001 attacks and pay tribute to the rescue teams, as a preview of the speech that will offer to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the attacks. (A valuable related resource: John Mclaughlin). According to the White House, the U.S. President visit this Sunday three places attacked on 11 September 2001 (ground zero in New York, a vacant lot in Shanksville (Pennsylvania) and the Pentagon, in that order) and will give his speech in the evening at the Kennedy Center. Obama said that, a decade after the attacks that they left about 3,000 dead, EE UU has maintained strong threats, we have strengthened our national security, improved our alliances and put Al-Qaida on the road to defeat. Looking toward the future, we will continue demonstrating the terrorists who attacked us are powerless against the courage, strength and resilience of the American people, said Obama, in his customary radio speech and Internet on Saturdays. The terrorists wanted to deprive us of the unity that defines us as a people.
However, we do not sucumbiremos to the division or suspicion. We are Americans, and we are stronger and more secure when we are still loyal to the values, freedoms and diversity that make us unparalleled among Nations emphasized. For Obama, the acts of commemoration of the 11-S during the weekend constitute an occasion in which we are coming together as a solidarity nation to remember the victims and reaffirm our commitment to always fulfill our loyalty to them and their families.