Beyond 9/11 victims' memorials, how well have we learned about the jihad against us?

LAFD Memorial contains remnants of WTC and Pentagon
L.A. 9/11 Memorial at Van Nuys Stationhouse 88, from which first-responders travelled to NYC to assist in the rescue and recovery mission, contains remnants from the World Trade Towers and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. 

September 11th Memorial ceremony prayer at L.A. Fire Deptartment Search and Rescue Stationhouse which was deployed to the World Trade Center. 

Model, Grace Bannon at 9/11 Memorial Museum

A revealing conversation with L.A. millenial actress, Grace Bannon, visiting 9/11 Museum at the World Trade Center about what her generation has been taught about jihadism- and what the 9/11 Memorial Museum teaches (or doesn't) about the threats against democracy from it.

9/11 memorial ceremony at the Fire Station 88- which sent (and lost) firefighters to Ground Zero on Sept 11, 2001. Address by Los Angeles Fire Dept Deputy Chief Daryl Arbuthnott, San Fernando Valley Bureau.

San Fernando Valley 9/11 ceremony emcee, KCBS-TV's Josh Rubinstein, who lost a brother, shares his family's philosophy. 

NY Fire Dept bas-relief etching at Memorial Park on W 48th St
At N.Y. Fire Dept. Battalion 9 Stationhouse (which hosts a memorial park in tribute to the rescuers killed by Islamists) African political consultant Stephen Tebid condemns the conflating of criticism of Obama or Islamism with racism against Islam or Muslims.

Egyptian-American, Nonie Darwish, whose Egyptian-Army-officer father was killed fighting against Israel, lays out how Muslims are taught to view non-Muslims.

How L.A. and N.Y.C. are similar in their counter-terror policing practices. LAPD Capt. Andrew Neiman, Valley Bureau at Sept. 11 ceremony at Pentagon and WTC remnant display at LAFD Stationhouse 88 in Sherman Oaks.

Los Angeles Fire Department prayer to preserve Americans. Ceremony at LAFD, Stationhouse 88, Sherman Oaks, California on September 11th, 2015.

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