September 11, 2007, - 4:23 pm

On 9/11 #6, I Spotlight My Cousin

As I’ve noted before, one of the 2,975 murder victims of the 9/11 Islamic terrorist attacks was my cousin, , Z”L [a Hebrew abbreviation for “Blessed Be His Memory”].
He died very heroically, as he stayed behind to help a man in a wheelchair and a heavyset woman get out of their office on the 87th floor of the South Tower of the World Trade Center. Everyone else from their office got out alive and survived. He is also proof that the Jews did not get advance notice of the attacks, as the Muslim anti-Semitic canard claims.
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7 Responses

I am so sorry for your loss…but you should be very proud…he died a hero.

storagemanager on September 11, 2007 at 5:34 pm

Baruch Dayan B’emet.May G-D rest his soul. A neighbor of mine met a similar tragic fate on 9/11. He was also crushed to death by a pile of rubble while trying to help a handicap man evacuate from on of the towers.Your cousin and my neighbor died for a noble cause. They are the real martyrs unlike the 19 suicidal hijackers that claim many innocent lives through cowardice.Thats what primarily distincts us and the blood thirsty islamic sub-humans. We are willing to die in order to save lives. In contrast to that, they are willing to die in order to take lives.
G-D Bless America, the greatest country in the world! I’m very proud to be a citizen of the U.S.A.!

Jew Chick on September 11, 2007 at 6:41 pm

Debbie, I sent you an e-mail on that great National Review article by Ann Morse today. Jon Schlissel and the others were not a part of any conspiracy. They were victims. Never to be forgotten. May their memory be for a blessing.

NormanF on September 11, 2007 at 7:08 pm

This really hits home Debbie. I don’t know what I was doing last year that I didn’t read the post about Jon that you put up then–this is amazing–but the next time I hear some crap from someone who thinks you are too “radical” or whatever–I think I will forward this post and have him or her read the links.

BB on September 11, 2007 at 8:44 pm

I salute your family hero, Jon:
“Nemo me impune lacessit”
This is the Scottish Army Regimental motto translated, means literally “No one provokes me with impunity”
It has been adopted by the American law enforcement community to honor our comrades killed in the line of duty;
We translate it to:
“No one attacks me and gets away with it.”

LocalLawman on September 11, 2007 at 9:25 pm

Debbie, maybe Rabbi Israel Schlissel(R-Hebron) is in the mishpacha too? Anyway, Happy New Year to you and the other Schlissels/Schlussels, and may the death of cousin Jon (Z”L) be avenged a thousand fold.

Anonymous1 on September 12, 2007 at 12:04 am

Debbie: God bless you and your family for all you do for our once great country. My church had a memorial last night (9-11) with 5 of the first responders – it was an amazing night – made me so proud to be an American. Then I can home to flip on CNN only to see Christine Aman”whore” MUZZIE film – I couldn’t believe it! They couldn’t show it any other time but on 9-11??? I can’t express how pissed I am.

redtop on September 12, 2007 at 8:51 am

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