Moment of Silence

I usually have an opinion on almost everything. Ten years ago I was working in an American military veteran hospital in Detroit, MI, and instantly saw a lot of things change.

But I’m keeping it to myself today to remember all of the lives, civilian and military, from September 11, 2011 and the military and social actions that followed it, such as:

Let us remember. All of this.


  1. Thanks for the posting, Omar. I noticed that the numbers you reference for lives lost in Afghanistan and Iraq are referenced on the website you linked to as injuries, not deaths. The numbers of deaths listed on that website are still staggeringly high.