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Think about December 7th, 1941, "a day that will live in infamy." To this day we still acknowledge that it was the Japanese who attacked Pearl Harbor. We don't say, "Well maybe this offends the people of Japan, so let's change the narrative to a more palatable term."
September 11th should be the same. We were attacked by radical Islamic terrorists, not violent extremists.
Words matter when it comes to countering the threat and assigning responsibility.
Changing the name accomplishes nothing other than dishonoring the memory of the victims.
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