ANSWERS: 32
  • I don't see the issue...his son was murdered by Muslim terrorists.
  • They weren't muslim. They were muslim-like. Suicide is a great sin in Islam, only the radicals preach it isn't, and by that point they're not even really preaching the koran anymore.
  • I say, let him. It was his son. He has all the right to put whatever he thinks his son would have wanted. Besides, it's true.
  • I haven't heard of this, so I don't know all the facts. However, I believe he has the right to put whatever he wants on his sons tombstone, as long as he doesn't go against his sons wishes. It might fuel more hanger and bigotry, and that is a down side. Anger and grief are hard to let go of, and maybe it might not be the right thing to do, but might also be part of his grieving process. I say its OK. If I was in his situation I can't say what I would do. I guess I would like to think that I would put something more about his life than his death.
  • I think he should be allowed to, but it's a bad idea. He'll figure out though when he visits the memorial in the future and instead of being able to think about the good things about his son, he'll only be able to focus on his death.........It all sounds like a really sad situation to me.......I think in turn someone should put "Murdered by the Government" hahaha
  • He can put anything he likes on his sons grave,,,period.
  • i am proud of him. if it was my son id had that and more engraved on the head stone.
  • Since his son was murdered by Muslim terrorists, I think he should do that, if that is what he chooses to do.
  • I don't see a problem.
  • Well, he wouldn't be lying lol.
  • Well, it sounds to me like he's brave.
  • It is what it is. Call it like you see it. If anyone is offended, it's probably because their child wasn't the one murdered by Muslim terrorists. Let the world read it and weep. +5
  • I think that he is right and people will respect his choice.
  • petty. if a serial killer of his own religion had killed his son would have have put that on his sons grave? did not think so. this serves no purpose other than to blame the actions of the fringe on the mainstream. the terrorists are violating islamic laws.
  • I feel sad for him that he would chose to memorialize his son with words of bitterness and contempt rather than beautifying his son's life and positive qualities. I don't see a reason to be opposed to it if that's what he really wants, but it just doesn't seem emotionally healthy to me.
  • "Three cheers!" for him! Does anyone truly believe muslims were NOT in any involved in 9/11?
  • I think he is brutally honest.
  • No need to bring religion into it. Leave off the "Muslim". It only perpetuates the hate. You don't see stuff like that on the graves of pre or post civil rights US southern blacks, Israeli athletes (Munich 72), Salem "witches", victims of the Spanish Inquisition, etc.
  • They were Muslims terrorists, but it still has a discriminating tone. I wouldn't put that on my son's gravestone. I would say, "Killed in 9/11."
  • No issue,he lost his son. It's the truth
  • if its his sons memorial i think he can do whatever to F**k he wants
  • Surely freedom of speech allows it.
  • I'd say that he's free to write whatever he wants. To leave out the word "Muslim" is to be politicaly correct. These murderers wrap themselves in Islam then get pissed when we call a spade a spade. Those are my thoughts.
  • More power to him. That's exactly how he died.
  • I wouldn't put Muslim in the engraving, this type of association is what causes a lot of racism, misunderstanding and hate and less hate would do wonders for preventing more tragedies like 9/11. If it were me I would put something to honor my sons life and memory but they didn't kill my son and the grieving father has the right to put whatever he wants on his boy's headstone.
  • id donate to help him pay for it
  • Sounds highly appropriate...
  • I think it's distasteful. True, but unnecessary. Perhaps even slightly disrespectful to his son, who was much more than just murdered by muslim terrorists. He could have been a son, a father, a brother - to minimize his life to the terms of his death I think is focused more on how he died than the life he lived, and that the life he lived is more important. I would have chosen something more meaningful to what made him who he is, rather than what he became on 9/11.
  • He should have the freedom to do so. It is the truth, after all.
  • In no particular order; . 1) Freedom of speech. . 2) It's true from any reasonable standpoint. . 3) He is (presumably) either paying for the memorial or in charge of the inscription. . I realize that there are good Muslim people who will feel aggrieved by such an inscription. I ask that you compare your grief to the father's and let it go.
  • That's okay with me. That is what happened so why not post the facts of his son's death on the memorial if it bring his family closure.
  • He is free to put whatever he wants on the memorial but he should be putting the correct people on there, the C.I.A. of the United States. There is too much evidence there is no way Muslims or any group or individuals of them could have pulled this off on this scale. I am sure there will be many that disagree but don't accept things at face value do a little research and you can uncover much to show it was not muslims who did this.

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