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Sep 12, 2011

U.S. citizens Remembering September 11

New York: Ceremony held to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks was held at Ground Zero, the location of the collapse of the twin towers of the World Trace Center, New York, United States, Monday (11 / 9) local time. The ceremony will be attended by the citizens of New York was held solemn, even though there was a issue about the threat of terrorism.

Who led his net event was the President of the United States Barack Obama. "God is our place of refuge and source of our strength. Helper in trouble. For that, we will not fear though the earth be removed, moved mountains to the sea," Obama said in his speech a chance. Former U.S. President George W. Bush also attended this ceremony.

This ceremony is intended to commemorate the six seconds are crucial in the attacks of 11 September 2001. Each is marked by silence and dibunyikannya bells, including when the first plane hit the building Worrld Trace Center at 08:46 local time. Then the second plane hit the same building at 9:03 pm local time.

The event lasts long enough for the members of the family are given the opportunity to read the family names of those killed in the attack.

Now, the scene of the blast had been used as a Monument Waterfall which lists one by one from the names of victims of September 11.