The 9/11 Decade: Reflections

Al Jazeera is asking you - our audience - to help us tell the global story of the impact of 9/11 where you live.

    Al Jazeera is asking you - our audience - to help us tell the global story of the impact of 9/11 on your community.

    It's simple: Pick a question from those below, turn on your webcam or power up your mobile; send us a tweet (#AJE911), post to our Facebook page (facebook.com/aljazeera) or email views@aljazeera.net with your reaction to any of the questions below.

    The best videos, tweets and posts will be selected for television, to air between September 9 and 11, 2011, during our September 11 special, "The 9-11 Decade".

       Did the US actions after 9/11 make the US or the world a safer place?   
       Would Iraq be more secure if Saddam was still in power?
       Do you feel your community became a target as a result of 9/11 and its aftermath?
       Should the events of 9/11 be taught in schools?
       Did the US government's so-called War on Terror curb too many civil liberties for Americans?
       Do you believe any of the conspiracy theories about 9/11?
       Have the heroes of 9/11 been sufficiently recognised?
       Did life for US Muslims become more difficult after 9/11?
       Has the understanding of Islam in the West changed since 9/11?

    Videos should be less than two minutes in length.

    Tweets (including names) containing profanity will not be considered for air.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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