9/11 widows offer support to people of Manchester after terror attack leaves 22 dead

May 24, 2017 | By | Reply More

Kristen Breitweiser, Monica Gabrielle, Mindy Kleinberg and Lorie Van Auken lost their loved ones in the September 11 attacks in 2001.

manchesterWomen widowed by the 9/11 terror attack have offered their support to the people of Manchester following Monday night’s sickening suicide bombing.

Kristen Breitweiser, Monica Gabrielle, Mindy Kleinberg and Lorie Van Auken, who are with the group the September 11th Advocates, said: “First and foremost, our condolences go out to the families of those who lost their lives in the latest terrorist attack in Manchester.

“We know all too well the horror they are experiencing today, and our hearts ache for them.

“Terrorism is designed to strike fear in the hearts of the families and friends of the victims and for all of those who watch helplessly in horror.

“All of these innocent people [were] killed by terrorists, just like the men and women who simply went to work at both the World Trade Centre and Pentagon or boarded planes on the morning of 9/11 and were killed by al Qaeda.”

The widows and activists, who pressured the US government to conduct a formal investigation into the terror attacks on September 11, 2001, which killed each of their husbands, then hit out as President’s Trump recent arms deal with Saudi Arabia.

“We respectfully reiterate that far from contributing to Middle East peace, this $110 billion weapons deal with Saudi Arabia will only foment more hatred, increase further violence, and contribute immeasurably to loss of innocent life at the diabolical hands of terrorists.

“Why would America or any American want to play any role in that – let alone a financial one, by knowingly cutting a deal and signing up for it?”

Press journalist for HRO media – Ignacio Damigo reports.

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