Tuesday, December 13, 2005


Flight 93 Memorial: in memory of whom?

A few weeks back, much was made of the “redesign” of the Flight 93 memorial because “some people” had misconstrued its basic red crescent design as being too similar to a widely recognized Islamic symbol, the crescent. [ed note: the muslim equivalent of the Red Cross organization is the Red Crescent].

The Stanford Review, however, has taken a real close look at the redesigned memorial, and reaches the conclusion that it is still an offensive, overtly Islamic structure.

The article includes extensive photographic and documentary analysis. Go check out the posting and decide for yourself what you think.

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