Home » Islamic Sculpture Erected at 9/11 Memorial Site

A nine foot sculpture has been erected on ground zero; where the World Trade Center terror attack of 9/11 in New York occurred. It’s a Saudi Arabian ‘candy’ monument inscribed with the words, “There is no god but Allah, and his true prophet Mohammed.”

These were also the words spoken by one of the alleged terrorists only moments before he took the lives of 3, 000 plus people in what has deemed to be a jihadist attack on the white western world.

According to reports, fifteen of the nineteen 9/11 attackers were Saudis, two were from the U.A.E, one was from Lebanon and another was from Egypt.

There is substantial evidence to link high levels of Saudi Arabian government to the involvement of the 9/11 terrorist attacks according to a congressional inquiry’s report.

The Port Authority of New York thought it would be appropriate to erect this Islamic monument representing 1 of the 20 nations of the G20 by artist Laurance Jenkell. Laurance considered the monument to be a fashionable representation of her ‘Candy of Nations’, according to the Observer.

This Islamic monument was raised only a few weeks after more controversy kicked off over documents revealing that 9/11 evidence had been deliberately withheld, deleted or censored from the 9/11 commission report.”

Regardless of cover-up or conspiracy, the official narrative of the 9/11 attacks as reported by officials is that this was an Islamic terrorist attack and that these terrorists were killing in the name of Allah, and now there is giant green candy statue on ground zero for there for family and friends of the victims to remind them that there that Allah is God and Mohammed is his prophet.


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