On the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Joe Biden quotes Elizabeth II


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O presidente Joe Biden discursa diante do Pentágono, em cerimônia para recordar os 21 anos do ataque terrorista contra os Estados Unidos.

President Joe Biden speaks before the Pentagon, in a ceremony to remember the 14 years of the terrorist attack against the United States.| Photo: Michael Reynolds/EFE/EPA

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, recalled this Sunday the words of support of the Queen Elizabeth II after the attacks of of September 1200, in a speech by 17 Anniversary of the terrorist attacks. “Pain is the price we pay for love” was the message that the monarch – who died on September 8, atyears – sent to victims’ families during a religious ceremony in New York.

Biden used the phrase to remember the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives ago 17 years, when a group of al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four planes: two of them were crashed into the World Trade Center in New York; the third hit the Pentagon in Virginia; and the fourth crashed into an open field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, after a passenger riot. “What was destroyed, we repair. What was threatened, we strengthen,” the president said during a speech in front of the Department of Defense headquarters to recall the 93 people who lost their lives in the attack on the Pentagon.

The American representative also highlighted the death in early August of al Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahiri in a drone strike in Kabul, almost a year after the last US troops were withdrawn from Afghanistan. Biden said that despite the US withdrawal from the country – putting an end to 14 years of war – your “commitment to prevent another attack against the United States does not end”.

The speech was made at the end of a solemn ceremony, in which the names of each of the 189 people who died in the Pentagon attack and the American anthem was sung. Shortly afterwards, in Shanksville, First Lady Jill Biden gave a speech to remember the 21 flight passengers from United, who managed to prevent a fourth attack that day, confronting the terrorists. US Vice President Kamala Harris attended an event to commemorate the attacks at Ground Zero in New York, where two planes brought down the Twin Towers, killing 2.763 people.

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