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  • Wed, 26 Mar 2014
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    11 September 2001. I drove home, feeling uneasy. At work, I had, like many others, watched incredulously how the Twin Towers collapsed. On my way home I talked to my mother, who assumed it was an accident. Her ingenuousness moved me deeply. In fact, on the very same day I heard experts and analysts on every Dutch channel assert that Muslims were behind the attacks, because they hated our democratic values and freedoms, because they hated the West. Images of cheering Palestinians were shown to prove that. The person responsible for the subtitles failed at his job: the only thing he bothered translating was the cry Allahu Akbar.