As we reach another anniversary of the horrific Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on our nation, most Americans will solemnly remember the innocents who perished that day and the brave men and women who worked to save them.

Unfortunately, not everyone holds that same reverence for the day, and even more unfortunately, those people are the ones teaching your sons and daughters in colleges and universities across the country.

It was recently announced that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill would be offering a Freshman English course entitled “The Literature of 9/11,” though the class is exactly the opposite of what most would assume.

Instead of exploring the stories of those innocents who died, or the struggles their families faced, the course almost exclusively looks at the perspective of the radical jihadists who launched the attack on our homeland.

A New York Post report explained that “the syllabus, which includes books like ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ and ‘Poems from Guantanamo: Detainees Speak,’ portray terrorists as ‘freedom fighters’ driven by oppressive US foreign policies.”…

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