Every Year, Patriot Day is celebrated in the United States of America in memory of the most horrifying terrorist attack of the 21st Century, the 9/11 Attack. On 11 September 2021, the incident will complete its 20 years. This world horrifying Attack happened on 11 September 2001. When 19 al-Qaeda’s terrorists shocked not only America but the whole world. Terrorists attacked that time World Trade Center, Twin Towers in New York City with 2 hijacked aircraft. 2,996 lost their lives in this attack. Terrorists also targeted the Building of the United States Department of Defense, The Pentagon in Washington DC. But, because, the Pentagon building’s architectural design, no casualty happened. Patriot Day is celebrated as a mourning day. On the Anniversary of the 9/11 Attack, people pay tribute to people, who were killed in this tragedy. On Patriot Day, to spread the message of unity, people flow American Flags on the building of their Workplace, and or in Home.
Today, on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11, here we brought “Patriot Day (USA) 2021 Quotes, Images, Sticker, Messages, Meme, Sayings, Slogan, and Banner” which you can use to pay tribute to the victims of this attack through social media platform like – Twitter, Facebook, etc.
Patriot Day USA 2021 Quotes, Images, Sticker, Messages, Meme, Sayings, Slogan, and Banner to observe the 20th anniversary of 9/11
I think there is one higher office than president and I would call that patriot. — Gary Hart, a former American senator
Patriotism Is Your Conviction That This Country Is Superior To All Others Because You Were Born In It. – Unknown
The brave die never, though they sleep in the dust, their courage nerves a thousand living men. Remembering with love and respect those we lost
I might be the hazardous waste site that polluted it, but Cape Breton Island is still my home. — Rebecca McNutt
Marathon Day in Boston and all of Massachusetts, it’s Patriot’s Day, and it’s a big celebration for us. It’s a day when we’re kind of the whole world’s city there. — Elizabeth Warren
They are dead, but they live in each Patriot’s breast, And their names are engraved on honour’s bright crest. — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
If we had had the privilege of giving hospitality to a Ho Chi Minh, with what respect and interest we would have served him, as a man of vision, as a patriot, a rebel against foreign invaders. — Dorothy Day
While we tediously check our weaponry before entering into battle, do we check our hearts? For without exception, that is the greatest weapon of all. — Craig D. Lounsbrough