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11/09/2020: 11 september 2001, to never forget. The memory of President Bonsi
19 years ago today.
It was September 11, 2001, Tuesday, and I was leaving the house to go to the office.
Suddenly, an extraordinary edition of the news appeared on television and, from that moment on, the world was never the same as before.
I remember the bewilderment, the fear for the many friends in New York, the difficulties in contacting them, the blocked telephone lines as well as the blocked emails.
Then, as the hours went by, as the world stopped to watch the news, the truth took shape: the United States of America, the most powerful state in the world, was under attack, an unprecedented attack.
We all know the story of that terrible day, the end not yet, because the end of that story has not yet come.
Al-Qāʿida, ISIS, the Foreign Fighters around the world and the new dangers, Iran and Turkey, with Erdogan’s crazy “Ottoman project”.
Islamic terrorism is still among us and is continually fueled by unscrupulous governments.
The end of this story that began on 11 September 2001 is still far, very far away.
Of that 11 September we are left with the memory and sadness for the innocent victims, with the awareness that the war is only just beginning.
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