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Palestinians took to the streets with dancing and cheers immediately following the 9/11 terrorist attacks recently recirculated footage shows.
The video was shared on Twitter earlier this week by Yair Netanyahu — the son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — where it has slowly gathered steam.
“The V sign for victory being displayed in East Jerusalem today among jubilant Palestinians that the United States had been subject to this attack,” reads then-Fox News anchor Brit Hume. “We’re seeing people applauding, clapping, smiling, happy to know that thousands of Americans have died in this sneak attack.”
During a less partisan era, it wasn’t just conservative media that picked up the story. CNN reported that Palestinian youths were praising Osama Bin Laden. On the “Today Show,” host Katie Couric also covered the scene.
“These are Palestinian celebrations in the wake of Tuesday’s terror attacks in the United States,” Couric said. “Palestinians took to the streets saying God is great. People were throwing candy and distributing candy to passers by.”
This September will mark the 20th anniversary of when al Qaeda suicide terrorists under the command of Bin Laden used hijacked airplanes to destroy the World Trade Center and do serious damage to the Pentagon. A fourth plane recaptured by passengers crashed into a Pennsylvania field.
When it was over, 2,977 Americans were killed, making it the deadliest attack on US soil in American history.
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