Geller Report: 17 years ago at 8:45 am, the first plane hit the World Center Tower. The 19 Muslim terrorists left behind ‘martyrdom’ letters hailing Allah over 90 times. But if YOU mention Allah when discussing 9/11 (or any Islamic terror attack) you will be publicly shamed, smeared, defamed and ultimately targeted for death.
2997 souls perished in the cause of jihad and yet in all the coverage you read today, that will never be mentioned.
9/11 is a 2002 French-American documentary film about the September 11 attacks in New York City.
Filmmakers James Hanlon and the Naudet brothers were originally filming Tony Benetatos, a probationary firefighter of the New York City Fire Department assigned to the Engine 7/Ladder 1/Battalion 1 Firehouse on Duane Street in Lower Manhattan with the intention of making a film about the “probie’s” first experience as a firefighter. On the morning of September 11, the firehouse, under the direction of Battalion Chief Joseph Pfeifer, was called out on a reported “odor of gas” at Church and Lispenard Streets. Jules rode with Pfeifer to investigate, while Gedeon stayed behind at the firehouse with the “probie.”
As the Battalion 1 firefighters examine the supposed gas leak, American Airlines Flight 11 flew overhead. Turning the camera to follow the plane, Jules taped one of only three known recordings of the first plane hitting the North Tower (Tower 1) of the World Trade Center, the others being a video shot by Pavel Hlava and a sequence of still frames taken by Wolfgang Staehle.
The firefighters, under the direction of Chief Pfeifer, were the first responders on the scene, and Jules was allowed to follow the chief during the attempted rescue operation. Jules, Chief Pfeifer and several other FDNY Chiefs were inside the lobby of Tower 1 when Tower 2 was hit by the second aircraft and when Tower 2 eventually collapsed (Gédéon, meanwhile, is back at the firehouse, filming the reactions of Tony Benetatos and the rest of the firefighters from the next shift as they try to deal with the disaster).
They refused to film the dying. MORE