GADI ADELMAN

COUNTER-TERRORISM EXPERT & ADVISOR

[Gadi Adelman is] "Leading in the movement in the study of counter-terrorism", Dr. Walid Phares, Advisor to the Anti-Terrorism Caucus in the US House of Representatives

Letter from the Mother of a NY firefighter

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This is in memoriam to George C. Cain.

rosemary cain

Rosemary Cain clutching a picture of her son, George Cain

Dear Mr. Adelman,

I just read your article and wanted to thank you for opposing the despicable plan to erect a mosque at the Sacred area of Ground Zero. Please keep up the information to as many people as you can and spread the word about these cowardly, murdering people.

Are you aware also, that they plan on having the opening of this mosque on the 10th Anniversary of the attacks?    If that isn't a deliberate, well planned slap in the face....nothing is.

Bad enough they pulled off their cowardly attacks, now we are letting them walk all over the graves of our loves one.

Right you are, Mr.Adelman, we've lost our minds, along with our freedoms and our way of life that we've know up to now, and we are laying out the red carpet for them threw it all.

Peace to you,

Rosemary Cain,

Mother of Firefighter George C. Cain, Ladder 7, 35 years old, died 9/11, Twin Towers


Comments (18)
  • Barbara Geidel  - NEVER FORGET

    Rosemary,

    You have been an inspiration to many, including me. Even though you suffered an unimaginable loss, you volunteered to tend to the rescue and recovery workers, including my husband and his father.

    For them to build this mosque 600 feet from hallowed ground where our loved ones were murdered, is an affront to all Americans and people around the world who were devastated by the attack on America.

    Mr. Adelman, thank you for keeping us updated on the subversive activities of the enemies of America and global terrorists.

  • PatriotUSA  - You are not alone

    Rosemary,
    Thank you for your letter. I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved son, George. Please take to heart that there are many of us, and more each day standing in the gap against Islam and the evil that it contains. The mere fact that islam and Muslims have the nerve to to do this on such sacred, hallowed ground infuriates me to no end.
    Those who want this mosque on this ground know exactly what they are doing. Thanks to warriors like Gadi and many others, this mosque may be stopped yet. Thank you and you and yours will be in my prayers from now on.

  • Chrissy

    Dearest Rosemary,

    No mother should ever have to endure the pain you have suffered, and for that there are no words to express my deepest sympathies.

    The very idea of a Mosque at Ground Zero is a slap in the face to every American, and especially to those who lost their lives, or their family members. Please know that we all share your pain, and also know that we stand with you against this atrocity.

    May God bless you,
    Chrissy

  • Howard Guggenheimer  - Adding Insult to Tragedy

    Dear Rosemary,

    I agree with you 200%. What I will never understand is that the New York City government is accommodating supporters of this mosque.

    There is already an orderly exodus from New York State of wealthy citizens that are tired of supporting liberal/progressive programs at their expense.

    My heart bleeds for you. Know that millions of us support you. Unfortunately those who feel for you who live in New York seem to be tragically silent.

    I do not have any answers.

    In Liberty,

    Gil

  • Jenny Baker  - Absolutely Insane!

    I am also the mother of a great firefighter in Durham, NC and the thought of putting his life on the line everytime he goes on a structure fire etc. just moves me to tears. I simply can't imagine losing him! But to think of not remembering the people who lost their lives that horrible day, on that spot, is insane! Did they lose their lives for nothing? That is truly a slap in the face of all Americans! How can we stop this?!

  • DeeAnna Wiebe  - the tears we weep,

    The tears we weep we weep so bitterly for those who now sleep the sleep of death while those who sleep the sleep of waking mans denial hide there eyes from the tyranny who wields its sword in bloodied hordes, Whilst ever praising there lord Allah Akbar they proclaim as they slay yet another and another,,,,,,, While waking men so blindly sleep. DeeAnna Jean Wiebe :(

  • Larry KIllen  - Mother's should not bury their sons

    He stood between danger and us. We should stand between evil and him. It is the least we can do.

  • Antonia

    Indeed, in the memory of Rosemary's dear son and all the other victims of Muslim terror, you would think the least we can do is prevent this monstrosity from being built, but seemingly democracy also died on 9/11 and we have no voices.

  • Bubba Trucker

    Dear Rosemary,

    Thank you so much for helping to bring this important issue to light. It is wrong to allow the memory of your son to be paved over by Muslims. It is their way of gloating the evil action of murdering innocent men and women like your son.

    I pray your efforts will bring about the awareness needed to put a stop to the madness. I am sure your son would be very proud of you taking this stand.

    Best Regards and God Bless You!
    Bruce

  • susan cullom

    Rosemary, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved son. There is no greater heartache than to lose a child. I really don't understand how anyone would think a mosque anywhere near ground zero would be acceptable! This should not be allowed, this isn't about religious "freedom"! Thank you for speaking up against this atrocity, I only wish those in office were listening to the citizens of this once great country, sadly they have a deaf ear. God bless you and yours.
    Ed and Susan Cullom

  • Rick  - Amen

    I am outraged the city of New York would allow this to happen.I will do all I can to spred thw word and try to stop this outrage.it is a slap in the face of all of the people that died that tragic day.

  • Silver star M

    Dear Mrs. Cain,
    I share your pain but I know we share indeed outrage and we see this as offensive. Many of us who love our country, flag, traditions, constitution, freedom, have pledged to continue to honor those who have fallen.
    I am one of them that will pledge to defend this country, with God by our side. I know this cannot bring your son back or any of those friends we've lost but know that Good Patriots Love this country enough to try and work at saving it. God bless you
    M

  • Ron  - My respects to the fallen and yet to stand

    Voice of freedom

    On September 11, a blow was struck, a whimpering fanatical surge
    That targets mostly innocence, in its quest for opposition to purge.
    But standing tall in New York City, with its foundations deep in the earth
    Is the hearts and souls of the New York people and what they feel they’re worth.

    When terror struck, they didn’t fade, they didn’t cower away
    Like bees in a hive, with survival scent, they blew the dust away
    And marched right into destruction's jaws, to death they showed contempt
    Courage preserved for all of us, in rescues final attempt

    Men of steel were born that day, their deaths a defiant stand
    Shown to all who witnessed it, not unique in all this land.
    New Yorkers were, reminding us, that our way is to preserve
    And fight against all tyranny, as it is in liberty that we do serve .

    Freedom builds and shapes the metal, of the women and the men
    Foundations laid by ancestral right, we’ve been reminded once again
    That courage comes not just from victory, but to resist and in taking a stand
    And preserve for future generations, freedom throughout the land.

    September 11 is not unique, in that we are often under attack
    From tyranny abroad and tyranny within, we must always watch our back.
    As freedoms host, we stand exposed, a beacon of liberties choice
    Threatening our nation, anneals our faith, with a New Yorker’s resounding voice.

  • Robin Dimaio  - Rally WTC sight June 6th 12pm-3pm Oppose Mosque/S

    Ms. McCain, As a fellow N.Y. not a day goes by that I do not mourn for our dead, and our loss of innocence because of 9/11. Join with us for a Rally N.Y.C. June 6,2010(Sunday) at the WTC sight 12pm-3pm to protest the Mosque/and Sharia law. You can find me by my sign which will read. "Honk if everything you ever wanted to learn about Islam, you learned on 9-11". God Bless, Robin Dimaio N.Y.C.

  • Shannon  - My deepest sympathy's

    Mrs. Cain,
    My deepest sympathy for your loss. I cannot imagine the pain it would cause you and every other family who lost someone in the terror attacks of 9/11 to have an islamic shrine built where our heroes bled and died! This cannot stand! It mustn't!

    Should we now expect a mosque to be built over our pentagon as well? At this rate I'm expecting to see minarets being built over the White House any day! Apathy is destroying our country...

    My hope and prayer is that all patriotic American's will stand up, be counted, and let their voices be heard before this atrocity is allowed to be built!

    Christian reasons for not allowing this abomination... I will set before my eyes no vile thing. The deeds of faithless men I hate; they will not cling to me Psalm 101:3. Men of perverse heart shall be far from me; I will have nothing to do with evil Psalm 101:4. These six things the Lord hates. Yes, seven are an abomination to Him: A proud look, A lying tongue, Hands that shed innocent blood, A heart that devises wicked plans, Feet that are swift in running to evil, A false witness who speaks lies, And one who sows discord among brethren...... Wow sounds like we just summed up the entire religion of islame and I'm just getting started!

  • Jesse Stuart

    Dear Mrs.Cain,
    I am sorry for your lost, and for all those folks that lost loved ones that terrible day, and I think your Son would be blessed to know your still honoring his name and all those we lost that day. I honor you for making this tand agaist those that want to put this poke in the eyes of all the loved ones that lost loved ones in thet horrible event. You show great courage and love in what you're doing to try to top that maddness by those in power in our country, by letting the enemy of all that lovs this country and freedom everywhere. Those in power will suffer the wrath of American's that loves this country and honor's those that we lost that day. Those like you rHero so and many others from our country and other countries. Your courage maks those of us that goes to new York rethink why go to place that cares more for the enemy of freedom,then its own people? WE js mnight take our business and vacatins somewhere else i America where they honor this country and its people. Maybe like Arizona? You are a true inspiration to all of us in our great contry. Thanks and God bless you Mam. Mr. Adalman,thanks for letting us know about this brave and loving lady. Please let me know about more thngs like this sir,thanks. Jesse Stuart

  • Merry Williams  - We stand with you always

    God Bless your heartMrs. Cain.

    It is unbelievable that this is happening on the sacred ground our fellow American's are buried at .

    May God protect us and comfort us .

    Merry Holliday Williams in Indiana

  • Arthur  - SYMPATHY'S.

    Hopefully your hurt will subside when we rid this world of islam and our own corrupt politicians who are stuffing their pockets with Saudi money!!!

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