Tag Archives: 9/11

Whose Side is “God, god, gods, g _ d,” _ _ _ on? A Reprise and More

by Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. Preface 17 Oct 2016 – This paper is an expanded version of a paper first published in Transcend Media Service (TMS) on January 7, 2013, under a similar title. The focus of the first paper … Continue reading

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Will memory serve us right?

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9/11. It’s that time of year again. The amount of attention given to the events of 2001 is declining, but a few voices still exhort us: “Remember 9/11!” There are some memorable questions here: WHAT should we remember? Or perhaps, … Continue reading

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Fallujah: Death and destruction again, Part 2

By guest author Ian Hansen There was a time when many U.S. and international experts on terrorism said that Al Qaeda as such “did not exist.” The claim was that Al Qaeda, especially after the post-9/11 worldwide manhunt for its … Continue reading

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