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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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Top September 11, 2001 Attacks Articles

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  • Mailbag: Next time, talk to watch commander

    Well congratulations to Jimmy Righeimer. Once again he found a way to get a free political ad from the Daily Pilot ("Incident about union's dislike for me," Sept. 26). I'm still amazed that for so long he wrote columns for your paper that were nothing...
  • On Faith: Equality for all religions

    Why is Islamophobia sweeping our nation? Cite any poll today about Islam and Muslims in America, and the results are alarming. A recent poll by TIME magazine found that 46% of Americans believe Islam is more likely than other faiths to encourage...
  • On Faith: Indeed, change itself has changed dramatically

    As I am about to retire after 35 years as senior rabbi of Temple Bat Yahm in Newport Beach, I am inclined to consider the ceaseless flow of change. Everything changes. The paths along which we come back are never the same as the paths by which we went...
  • The God Squad: Osama bin Laden's death raises some moral, spiritual questions

    Question: The world recently witnessed a strange juxtaposition of historical events: First, Pope John Paul II was exhumed and beatified. Within a few hours, U.S. forces killed Osama bin Laden, then deep-sixed his body from the deck of the USS Carl...
  • Commentary: We must invest in engineering, defense

    America avoided one catastrophe this summer when Congress raised the debt ceiling and averted the first default in U.S. history. But another calamity is waiting in the wings. The failure of the budget "supercommittee" puts in motion a trillion dollars...
  • Part of UCI closed after Koran-burning pastor announces visit

    IRVINE — UC Irvine remained peaceful Thursday afternoon, despite the flames of controversy that erupted about a Koran-burning Christian pastor's planned visit. Students gathered in front of Langson Library, some sitting on blankets, facing the area...
  • Apodaca: Christmas dreams come true for CdM family

    For most of her 13 years, Kacey Mathieson has missed her father's presence for months at a time. There were some birthdays he couldn't make, holidays when he was far away. And until Friday evening, she didn't know if the man she calls "my bestest buddy"...
  • OCEA lawyer: 9/11 terrorist attacks led to increases

    Blame it on Osama bin Laden. When municipalities across California and the country are trying to rein in payroll and growing pension costs — particularly those for police and firefighters — Orange County Employees Assn. counsel Don Drozd...
  • On Faith: On not being religious but spiritual

    In my work in the interfaith community over nearly 30 years, whenever the subject of religion has come up, I've often heard this comment: "Well, I am not religious, but I am spiritual." My immediate reaction was to wonder what the speaker meant by that....
  • Reel Critics: Attending an 'American Reunion'

    Reel Critics: Attending an 'American Reunion'
    "American Pie" was in the forefront of raunchy teen comedies of the late 1990s. Much of the original cast has been assembled again to appear in the latest R-rated sequel,"American Reunion." The bad boy players are older and somewhat wiser. But they're...
  • It's A Gray Area: Let the U.N. take over world's issues

    The largest threat to our nation's safety and security is a weak economy. Looking back throughout history, most of the strongest powers, like the Roman, Ottoman and British empires, were not conquered from the outside. Instead they overextended...
  • Community Commentary: A devout Christian learns about Islam from Shadia

    I have always prided myself on being open-minded and fair, so it was with both surprise and shock that I read Mona Shadia's weekly column, "Unveiled: A Muslim Girl in O.C." I almost couldn't believe what I was reading: A Muslim telling me, a Christian,...