Nov 23 2015
In an archived page dated Sept. 18, 2001, The Washington Post reported on Muslims in New Jersey celebrating the attacks on 9/11. There were TV news reports about the celebrations but they have all been scrubbed from the internet. I saw the reports, but when I looked for them later, they were gone.
“Investigators said at least two of the hijackers, Nawaq Al Hamzi and Salem Al Hamzi are believed to have had addresses in Wayne and Fort Lee, NJ. The apparently rented a mailbox in Fort Lee at Mailboxes Etc. in Jersey City within hours of two jetliners plowing into the World Trade Center. Law enforcement authorities detained and questioned a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks and holding tailgate-style parties on rooftops while they watched the devastation on the other side of the river.”
You can see the entire article including the above paragraph by enlarging the Washington Post archived article below:
In 2009, Anderson Cooper did a report on Muslims in New York who celebrated 9/11: