LAHORE (Staff Report) – It has been fourteen years now since the twin towers of New York were allegedly attacked by Al-Qaeda and world still promises to never forget the deadly event that completely changed world, by trending #NeverForget911.
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The hashtag on Friday became most discussed topic worldwide on micro-blogging website Twitter.
Millions of people around the globe took it to the social media network to share their feelings about 9/11 attacks. They paid homage to those who lost their lives in the incident and hoped that world would be a more safe and peaceful place in coming years.
RIP all the good people who lost their lives 14 years ago today. #NeverForget911
— Zygomanic (@Zygomanic) September 11, 2015
Fourteen years on, our thoughts are with those who lost their lives that day and families who lost a loved one #Neverforget911
— Abbeyfield Kent (@AbbeyfieldKent) September 11, 2015
— Fernando Boza (@FernandoTechy) September 11, 2015
— Denise (@Bilbo_naGins) September 11, 2015
Many others also criticized United States for using the act of terrorism as a reason to attack Afghanistan and Iraq. They mourned the deaths of thousands of civilians who became targets during War on Terrorism by both the forces and militants.
#NeverForget911 this is the shit happen for muslims all over the world,usa killing afghans iraqi,s palastinis,syrians,and other muslims,
— arsalanraeesi baloch (@owesomecrickfan) September 11, 2015
— Krantikari Faizal (@TufailSafdar) September 11, 2015
#NeverForget911 as its destroyed so many countries… !!
— Shahzaib (@mr_shah_999) September 11, 2015
#NeverForget911 when US launched a warr against Afghanistan and killed millions of innocents; just to protect its own economic interests.
— Waseem A. Minhas (@WAminhas) September 11, 2015
According available data as many as 2196 civilians were killed in twin towers as two hijacked planes crashed into the buildings. Another 418 people trying to rescue those stuck inside were also reported dead by the US media.