Iraqi News Bulletin on September 11, 2001: The Heart of Evil Has Been Struck (Archival)

This clip shows a news bulletin that aired on Iraq TV on September 11, 2001. The anchor announced that two planes crashed into the World Trade Center in Manhattan, that Washington, D.C. was attacked, that thousands of people were killed…

Iraqi News Bulletin on September 11, 2001: The Heart of Evil Has Been Struck (Archival)

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This clip shows a news bulletin that aired on Iraq TV on September 11, 2001. The anchor announced that two planes crashed into the World Trade Center in Manhattan, that Washington, D.C. was attacked, that thousands of people were killed or injured, that panic and hysteria were spreading among the American public, and that the American government has declared the highest state of emergency. Over footage of the WTC buildings burning, a reporter said that the “heart of evil” has been struck. He said that an unknown aircraft crashed into the first WTC building and that, shortly after, a civilian Boeing 767 crashed into the second building, which he referred to as the “Empire Styre Building.” The reporter described the Twin Towers as a symbol of globalism, and he added that the American political decision-making centers had not been “out of reach of those who had had enough of the hostile American policy.” The reporter said: “The question now is whether the Americans will learn that violence only begets more violence.” The video was uploaded to a YouTube account of Iraq TV’s archival footage.

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