Tuesday, September 26, 2006
The Most Beautiful Iraqi Blogs
There is not a whole lot of beauty in Iraq or its blogs at the moment. But as Fay says, look for the light at the end of the tunnel, the lightness of being casting away the gloom. So, I chose to highlight for this post, some of the more lovely Iraqi blogs. Since beauty is very much in the eye of the beholder, what's beautiful is a bit open-ended, but the following blogs tend to stand out from the crowd and please the eye.
These are a few of my favourite things... is a well put-together amateur Photo Blog in basic Blogger white and template, but containing nice pictures of nature, seemingly from the U.S., which may see an influx of Iraqi bloggers.
Philocrapy: Call him the Irish Iraqi, as his blog is in various shades of Kelly green with strong, large photos. So, it has a nice presence, just, there's two p's in Crappy.
Eye Raki: What Eye Raki has is well defined images and videos in the usual white Blogger template. A good job by him.
Nabil's Blog is very solid and open in shades of grey and white. Eminently readable, despite some skimpy content, mainly due to the time constraints of Nabil in college in Jordan.
Iraq The Model: The Banner and Logo are excellent, I wish they were larger in size. The black background contrasts nicely with the white and gray interior. The fact that you have to scroll down to read what the Brothers have to say and are greeted by a plethora of ads on the way is a slight drawback, but you see that in many of the more popular blogs. All in all, a well designed blog.
Iraq At A Glance, Ays' contribution to the blogosphere is solid and spread out with a nice logo/banner and an unprententious but accentuating white background. Very nice, Ays. Keep posting.
Baghdad Burning: It's hardly beautiful, but it is one of the more functional and easily readable of the Iraqi blogs. So for that, she deserves credit. The content, well, what can you say about Riverbend?
My Green Zone: Its strong point is its spaciousness, open white instead of claustrophobic black. Okay photos. The text font is pleasing to the eye.
Stamps & Money from Iraq: In expansionist white with nice pictures of Iraqi stamps and currency. Polychromatic Arab text gives it a bit of a jittery appearance and seems to be in hiatus at the moment, but it's a blog with future potential.
Ali Mohammed is a fun blog. It's beauteous in its joviality, jokes, and songs with a lot of eye candy doo-dads. Written by a young Iraqi blogger, kind of like Roadside Iraq, blog style.
HNK has designed herself a very nice blog in mellow tones of light green with an interesting Banner. Well done.
Little Snippet is nicely constructed, spacious, a fine banner, good photos. Too bad it's been out of commission since December 2005.
Attawie In claustrophobic black, but her text is easy to read and she has her lovely artwork over to the side, with larger images of them in her posts. Provides oneself with a sense of serenity among the chaos.
Raghda, formerly Baghdad Girl now UAE Girl: Who can resist the powers of the Middle East's Premiere Cat Blogger? If you like cute kittens, you will find this blog irresistable. Very nice, Raghda. Keep up the good work and sunny attitude.
Sunshine has a very nice blog, style wise with an emphasis on soft blues and a very readable text. Her links are good and strong, and the writing is heartfelt and superb. We wouldn't expect anything else from Sunshine.
The Hanoudi Letter from the very erudite Dr. Najeeb Hanoudi is very wide and spacious, along with one of the better logo/banners found in the Iraqi blogosphere. Dr. Hanoudi, as always provides a very classy treatment of sad subjects. He is looking for commenters, my suggestion would be for him to open up his comment section, rather than its present registration.
Hammorabi has one of the better looking Iraqi blogs. His banner is well done, neither too minimalistic or overpowering with Messoptamian motifs. Sam speaks his mind, we all know that, just, I wish he'd remove The Iraqi government should bring the criminals who attacked the Imam Shrine for justice soon.placard in bright yellow. There are other things to worry about, Sam, but you have yourself a nice blog.
Coloured Bubbles is by Dalia Mohammed,a young Iraqi blogger and Sunshine's cousin. This was a blog that really appealed to the younger generation with its Anime background and wide array of photos of appealing subjects like flowers, kittens, and date palms. It stood out amongst the Iraqi bogs, but is sadly in hiatus now.
Treasure of Baghdad Now in America, has a beautiful soft deep blue color, and a nice banner/logo of light shining down from heaven. Much needed in Iraq these days. There are strong, well placed photos and many of them. Baghdad Treasure has done a fine job designing his blog and it stands out with easy to read links - everything is soft on the eyes.
And The Most Beautiful Iraqi Blog Is....
An Artist in Baghdad aka Baghdad Artist wins the coveted award as the Most Beautiful Iraqi Blog, not because of its design, with it's typical Blogger template and staid cream color. No, what makes her blog, the most beautiful Iraqi blog, is her truly many beautiful etheral -- occassionally haunting -- paintings which project a luminescence via a jumble of mythic efforts and effects. And her words speak of artistic poetry. She has transcended her environment with her art and endowed her blog with a righteous beauty. So, we thank you Baghdad Artist for your efforts.
Monday, September 25, 2006
Is An Iraqi Jihadist Coming To A Nice American Neighborhood Near You?
Is an Iraqi Jihadist coming to a nice American neighborhood near you? Read on, to find out...
The outspoken and erudite Hugh Fitzgerald from Jihad Watch let loose with some strong thoughts about Iraq and Islam in an article he wrote back in June entitled, Concede victory.
Hugh argued the following:
We won in Iraq; we've inadvertently created a situation which will inevitably lead to demoralization and division within the Camp of Islam. If only we have the good sense to recognize it and stop trying to prevent the result that is devoutly to be wished.
Forget about the Iraqis, for god's sake, stop talking and stop thinking about "what's good for the Iraqis." Stop being influenced by the handful of plausible, nice, heartwarming "Iraqis" you have had contact with in Iraq -- many of those "Iraqis" serving as the staff (cooks, waiters, cleaners) in the Green Zone, or as translators, are the completely atypical Christians.
For Infidels, the permanent instability within Iraq, and the worry that has created in both Iran and Saudi Arabia (and other Arab states) is a welcome, and to the Bush Administration still uncomprehended, unappreciated, development...
Some deplore the idea of civil war. Why? Wasn't the Iran-Iraq War a good thing from the viewpoint of Infidels? Wasn't the Egypt-Saudi Arabia proxy war in the Yemen? The hostilities over Polisario between Morocco and Algeria? The dislike of Khaddafy for Egypt, and the expulsion from Libya of all those Egyptians? The brief Syrian incursion into Jordan? (...)
But there it is: the Shi'a have the power, the Sunnis will never accept it, the Kurds are drilling for oil and appropriating, as they have every right to do so, the oil of Kirkuk and Kirkuk itself. Concede Victory, and get out...
If we leave, the right result -- those sectarian and ethnic divisions -- will start to work their magic. And it will be magic as far as we, the Infidels, are concerned, even if the result does not please even those very nice, very plausible, Shi'a Muslims whose interests diverge from ours...
Hugh's thoughts have somewhat, but not entirely paralleled mine, since the Iraqi Constitution mirrored democracy with Sharia Law. I am much more sympathetic to the plight and loss of the Iraqis than Hugh is, and would rather not see innocent people be hurt or killed, but I can see where Hugh is coming from. He is arguing that a Proxy War is ongoing in Iraq between the minions of Iran, the Shia Militias and Death Squads and the al Qaeda-Sunni groups funded by the Saudis, and that is good for the United States.
Iran and Saudi Arabia are indeed the two biggest official and unofficial state sponsors of terrorism. Iran does it through their State-sponsored totalitarinism, Militant activities around the globe, as well as their support for Hezb'allah and other terrorist groups. The Saudis, weave their Religious Apartheid across the planet, through their exportation of Wahabbist philosophies, funding of Madrassas and Mosques, along with Islamic charity donations, which are siphoned off or given wholehardly in some cases to terrorist groups. If those two Nations are using their petrol dollars in Iraq to combat each other's influences, there is less wealth around to fund Radical Islam against us.
And this would not be the first time a Proxy War has benefitted the interests of the United States. After all the US supplied and funded the Mujahdeen in Afghanistan against the Soviets, and I don't recall many saying it was a bad thing, despite whatever casualties the Soviets inflicted on the Afghani citizenry in the course of their battles.
And we need to stop talking PC nonsense. We are not in a War Against Terror, or even waging a War Against Islamo-fascists, athough we are certainly warring with them, for sure. No let's be honest, we L'Etats Unis are at war with the many facets of Islam, which are in collision with the precepts of Western Democracy, pure and simple, because Islam has been waging a vicious campaign against the West and its freedoms for the last 1400 years of its conquering ways.
The War in Iraq has indeed been won. Saddam Hussein is defeated and the Iraqi military has been mitigated. Iraq can no longer do us or anyone else any harm.
So, my thinking was along the lines of, now is the time to remove American troops from Iraq proper and set up American bases in Kurdistan - it would be just as easy to take care of the Iranians from Kurdistan, since most of the combat will be conducted by the Mediterranean and Persian Gulf fleets, than it is to have forces in Iraq, subject to Iranian reprisals, perhaps even WMD reprisals.
But then I saw this letter in the New York Times by Robert Lockwood, a former councel to the Senate Judiciary Committee and changed my mind:
Keeping Terrorists Out
Published: September 11, 2006
To the Editor:
"Iraq's Endangered Journalists," by Ali Fadhil (Op-Ed, Sept. 6), evokes a third-rail issue that receives little public attention: the accommodation of refugees and asylum seekers who are victims of political upheavals, including civil war. These are grounds under United States statutes for the resettlement of as many as two million Iraqi refugees who are associated with American operations in Iraq...
Mark Krikorian writing at the National Review has a clarification of Lockwood's letter with even more chilling news:
From a letter by a former congressional staffer in yesterday's NY Times: "These are grounds under United States statutes for the resettlement of as many as two million Iraqi refugees who are associated with American operations in Iraq."
Actually, the number that could be admitted is unlimited. And, practically speaking, the majority would be Sunni, because if things fall apart and we hightail it out of Mesopotamia, the Shia will take over and start slaughtering the Sunnis. In other words, if we don't "win" in Iraq, whatever that might mean, we'll end up taking in huge numbers of people who supported (and still support) our enemies.
An Unlimited Number Of Iraqi Refugees, The Majority Sunni. That is not a good thing at all. We are in a War with the fundamentals of Islam. We can not absorb millions of Muslims into our country at this time, and effectively fight a war against the principles of very people, we would be taking in.
Millions of Raed Jarrar types or worse, American-hating Jihadists and Islamists entering the U.S. Think, even if only a small percentage of those Iraqi Sunnis, who resettled in this country, say 15 to 30 percent of the total Sunni population are Islamists, we are still talking about hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of Islamic radicals for the government to deal with and we American citizens to face the Lethal Consequences of this mass importation of Democracy deniers.
Baby, we really need to win that war in Iraq, for the Iraqis, and most importantly, for us Americans.
Sunday, September 17, 2006
Remembering Oriana Fallaci - The Largest Tribute In The Blogosphere
Oriana Fallaci (1929 - 2006) was called a leftist. Oriana Fallaci was called a fascist. I do not believe in the Left or the Right. I believe in the wet grass under my stockened feet soaking my skin. That is very much reality; that is not the symbolism of semantics. Labels are what men and women pin on each other as they seek to define the truth in their own minds. Fallaci was very much herself, whatever she believed in, and like most of us, her beliefs likely changed over time, with the ebb and flow of crisis and chaos, in her personal life and the world.
From the book, Immortality, author, Milan Kundera writes, "...who is the pioneer of modern journalism? Not Hemingway who wrote of his experiences in the trenches, not Orwell who spent a year of his life with the Parisian poor, not Egon Erwin Kisch the expert on Prague prostitutes, but Oriana Fallaci who in the years 1969 to 1972 published a series of interviews with the most famous politicians of the time. Those interviews were more than mere conversations; they were duels. Before the powerful politicians realized that they were fighting under unequal conditions--for she was allowed to ask questions but they were not--they were already on the floor of the ring, KO'ed."
Though she has written novels and memoirs, Italian author Oriana Fallaci remains best known as an uncompromising political interviewer, or, as Elizabeth Mehren puts it in the Los Angeles Times, "the journalist to whom virtually no world figure would say no." Her subjects include Henry Kissinger, Willy Brandt, the Ayatollah Khomeini, and the late Pakistani leader Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, from whom she extracted such criticism of India's Indira Gandhi that a 1972 peace treaty between the two countries almost went unsigned.
A final area which must be given attention is Fallaci's writing style. As one researcher describes it, "What makes her approach different is the degree of commitment and passion that she brings to journalism" (Arico, 1986, p. 587). It is this commitment and passion which makes her style so unique. Rather than focus only on the questions and answers of an interview, Fallaci tells the reader everything she is thinking, seeing, hearing and feeling. In other words, she gives the reader the experience of the interview.
Leading American And British POWs To Safety
As a teen-ager, Fallaci did clandestine work for the anti-Fascist underground—she had her own nom de guerre, Emilia, and she carried explosives and delivered messages. After Italy surrendered, in September, 1943, and American and British prisoners began escaping from prison camps, one of her tasks was to accompany them "past the lines" and to safe refuge. Fallaci was chosen because she wore her hair in pigtails and looked deceptively innocent. "It was so scary, because there were minefields, and you never knew where the mines were," she recalled. "When my mother read that in a book later, she said, to my father, 'You would have sacrificed newly born children! You and your ideas.' And then she said, 'Well, but I had a feeling you were doing something like that.' "
"Can anybody guess how many cemeteries of Allied soldiers there are in Italy? More than sixty. And the largest, the most crowded, are the American ones. At Nettuno, 10,950 graves. At Falciani, near Florence, 5,811. Each time I pass in front of it and see that lake of crosses, I shiver with grief and gratitude."
His name was Dakel Abbas, and he was a 21-year-old Iraqi soldier drafted in a village where along with his wife he lived raising cucumbers, onions, eggplants. A village near As-Samawah, central Iraq. Rather than a soldier, however, you would have thought him to be a survivor from a concentration camp. His head looked like a skull with a nose and a mouth and two eyes. His chest, a bas-relief of ribs hardly covered by skin. His biceps, tiny bones that could fit inside the palm of a child. (Saddam Hussein does not feed the troops very well.) He had been captured at the end of the Gulf War by members of the Kuwaiti Resistance who, supposedly by mistake, had opened fire on his group while it surrendered. In fact he appeared badly wounded and the doctors didn't know whether he would recover.
Lamenting The Fall Of The West
The impending Fall of the West, as she sees it, now torments Ms. Fallaci. And as much as that Fall, what torments her is the blithe way in which the West is marching toward its precipice of choice. "Look at the school system of the West today. Students do not know history! They don't, for Christ's sake. They don't know who Churchill was! In Italy, they don't even know who Cavour was!"--a reference to Count Camillo Benso di Cavour, the conservative father, with the radical Garibaldi, of Modern Italy. Ms. Fallaci, rarely reverent, pauses here to reflect on the man, and on the question of where all the conservatives have gone in Europe. "In the beginning, I was dismayed, and I asked, how is it possible that we do not have Cavour . . . just one Cavour, uno? He was a revolutionary, and yes, he was not of the left. Italy needs a Cavour--Europe needs a Cavour." Ms. Fallaci describes herself, too, as "a revolutionary"--"because I do what conservatives in Europe don't do, which is that I don't accept to be treated like a delinquent." She professes to "cry, sometimes, because I'm not 20 years younger, and I'm not healthy. But if I were, I would even sacrifice my writing to enter politics somehow."
On Jew Hatred In Europe
I find it shameful that in Italy there should be a procession of individuals dressed as suicide bombers who spew vile abuse at Israel, hold up photographs of Israeli leaders on whose foreheads they have drawn the swastika, incite people to hate the Jews. And who, in order to see Jews once again in the extermination camps, in the gas chambers, in the ovens of Dachau and Mauthausen and Buchenwald and Bergen-Belsen et cetera, would sell their own mother to a harem... I find it shameful that in France, the France of Liberty-Equality-Fraternity, they burn synagogues, terrorize Jews, profane their cemeteries. I find it shameful that the youth of Holland and Germany and Denmark flaunt the kaffiah just as Mussolini's avant garde used to flaunt the club and the fascist badge... I find it shameful that they are on the side of the very ones who inaugurated terrorism, killing us on airplanes, in airports, at the Olympics, and who today entertain themselves by killing western journalists. By shooting them, abducting them, cutting their throats, decapitating them. (There's someone in Italy who, since the appearance of Anger and Pride, would like to do the same to me. Citing verses of the Koran he exhorts his "brothers" in the mosques and the Islamic Community to chastise me in the name of Allah. To kill me. Or rather to die with me. Since he's someone who speaks English well, I'll respond to him in English: "Fuck you.")
Now, I ask myself: “What do you say, what do you have to say, about what happened in London?” They ask me face-to-face, via fax and email; often scolding me because up until now I have remained silent. Almost as if my silence were a betrayal. And each time I shake my head and murmur to myself: what else should I say?!? I’ve been saying it for four years--that I fight against the Monster that has decided to eliminate us physically and, along with our bodies, to destroy our principles and values. Our civilization. For four years I’ve been talking about Islamic Nazism; about the war against the West; about the death cult; about European suicide. About a Europe that is no longer Europe, but Eurabia, and that with its feebleness, its inertia, its blindness, its servitude to the enemy is digging its own grave. For four years, like another Cassandra, I’ve been shouting until I’m hoarse “Troy is burning! Troy is burning!” and I despair of the Danaids for whom, like Virgil in the Aeneid I weep for a city entombed in its torpor. [A city] that, through its wide-open doors receives fresh troops and joins complicit parties [inside]. For four years I’ve been repeating to the wind the truth about the Monster and its accomplices...
• The struggle for freedom does not include the submission to a religion which, like the Muslim religion, wants to annihilate other religions.
• The moment you give up your principles, and your values, you are dead, your culture is dead, your civilization is dead. Period.
• The West reveals a hatred of itself, which is strange and can only be considered pathological; it now sees only what is deplorable and destructive.
• Without Khomeini, we would not be where we are. What a pity that, when pregnant with him, his mother did not choose to have an abortion.
• You cannot survive if you do not know the past.
• The Muslims refuse our culture and try to impose their culture on us. I reject them, and this is not only my duty toward my culture-it is toward my values, my principles, my civilization.
• In obedience to the stupid, vile, dishonest fashion of Political Correctness, the usual opportunists exploit the word Peace.
• In France, the France of Liberty-Equality-Fraternity, they burn synagogues, terrorize Jews, profane their cemeteries.
• I find it shameful that in nearly all the universities of Europe, Palestinian students sponsor and nurture anti-Semitism.
• I am an atheist, and if an atheist and a pope think the same things, there must be something true. There must be some human truth that is beyond religion.
• Europe is no longer Europe, it is Eurabia, a colony of Islam, where the Islamic invasion does not proceed only in a physical sense, but also in a mental and cultural sense.
• Because our cultural identity has been well defined for thousands of years, we cannot bear a migratory wave of people who have nothing to do with us, who aim to absorb us.
In A Man, Fallaci attempts to immortalize the martyred poet and Greek resistance leader Alekos Panagoulis, the great love of her life. Though she calls the book a novel, A Man recounts the real story of Panagoulis's fight for Greece's freedom--a fight he continued until his death. In 1967, Panagoulis attempted to assassinate the fascist Greek dictator Georgios Papadopoulos by planting a series of bombs along the roads he traveled each day. The plan failed, and Panagoulis was captured and imprisoned almost immediately. During the next five years, the revolutionary was subjected to physical abuse as well as psychological torture in an effort to break his spirit and will. Despite the inhuman treatment, Panagoulis refused to succumb, and his repeated escape attempts and uncompromising rebelliousness finally led him to be isolated in a specially constructed cell, not much larger than a double bed, with no windows and only three paces' worth of standing room. He remained there until he was freed under a general amnesty in 1973. Two days after his release, Panagoulis was interviewed by Fallaci, and, firmly convinced that their meeting was an act of fate, the two became lovers within a few weeks.
For the next three years, Fallaci and Panagoulis shared a tempestuous relationship. According to Marcia Seligson in the Los Angeles Times, "he told her: `I don't want a woman to be happy with. The world is full of women you can be happy with... . And I want a companion. A companion who will be my comrade, friend, accomplice, brother. I'm a man in battle. I always will be.' She became all those things, surrendering her own full and independent life to follow this difficult, maddening, towering man. She lived an emotional pendulum of anguish/bliss; there was no serenity, no future, only thrills and chills." Panagoulis was killed by political enemies in an ambush made to look like an auto accident in 1976. Within months of his death, Fallaci began work on the book she would dedicate to him, and, in 1979, published what she considers her most important work,A Man.
Wanting To See The Sea One Last Time Before She Died
Riccardo Nencini... who was present in front of the Santa Chiara clinic to give his last goodbye to Oriana Fallaci, who died the day before yesterday, then mentioned his last meetings with the writer. "I spoke with her three time. The first time in New York in February, but she told me 'I am dying I want to return to Florence to die.' The second time in mid-June in Florence during a meeting that last all afternoon until late at night and she told me 'I won't make it to the end of summer, I want to go back to NY but I want to return to die here. I want to return to see the big Cupola, the river, and especially the tower of Manelli because that is where I brought the parachuted bombs from the allies in a salad basket. Find me a house here.' Then the last time I heard from her, a few days before she arrived in Florence, was a very brief telephone all. She told me, 'I have to hang up, I am about to die. I want to remember you like the last time we saw each other' and then she hung up.
Her Final Resting Place In Florence
By a twist of faith, the controversial writer, who fought some hard battles against the Islam faith, will be buried in the evangelical cemetery, the same one that is the final resting place of atheists, Orthodox Jews and also Muslims. Everything is now ready for her to go to the family tomb, the same one in which her parents and other close relations are lying. A small plot of land inside the 18th century private cemetery. Close by is a stone dedicated to her grand love, bearing the words, "In memory of Alekos Panagulis, with love from Oriana".
I sette peccati di Hollywood (title means "The Seven Sins of Hollywood"), preface by Orson Welles, Longanesi (Milan), 1958.
Il sesso inutile: Viaggio intorno all donna, Rizzoli (Milan), 1961, translation by Pamela Swinglehurst published as The Useless Sex: Voyage around the Woman, Horizon Press (New York City), 1964.
Penelope alla guerra (novel), Rizzoli, 1962, translation by Swinglehurst published as Penelope at War, M. Joseph (London), 1966.
Gli antipatici, Rizzoli, 1963, translation by Swinglehurst published in England as Limelighters, M. Joseph, 1967, published as The Egotists: Sixteen Surprising Interviews , Regnery (Chicago), 1968.
Se il sole muore, Rizzoli, 1965, translation by Swinglehurst published as If the Sun Dies, Atheneum (New York City), 1966.
Niente a cosi sia, Rizzoli, 1969, translation by Isabel Quigly published as Nothing, and So Be It, Doubleday (New York City), 1972 (published in England as Nothing and Amen, M. Joseph, 1972).
Quel giorno sulla Luna, Rizzoli, 1970.
Intervista con la Storia, Rizzoli, 1974, translation by John Shepley published as Interview with History, Liveright, 1976.
Lettera a un bambino mai nato, Rizzoli, 1975, translation by Shepley published as Letter to a Child Never Born, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1976.
Un uomo: Romanzo (novel), Rizzoli, 1979, translation by William Weaver published as A Man, Simon & Schuster, 1980.
Insciallah, Rizzoli 1992, translated by James Marcus, published as Inshallah, Doubleday, 1992.
Rage and Pride, published as La rabbia e l'orgoglio, Rizzoli, 2001.
The Force of Reason, published as La forza della ragione, Rizzoli, Nov 2005.
Robert Spencer - Jihad Watch: She was one of the most fearless and courageous defenders Western civilization had in these latter days, and the West rewarded her by hounding, persecuting and vilifying her.Such is the state of the society and culture she loved and tried to save from itself. Many times in her last months, after she did me the honor of calling me her friend, I thought to myself, What can I do for Oriana? Of course, the only answer was to do exactly what I am doing here at this site, and in my books, and in traveling around the country speaking, trying to alert people to the reality and magnitude of the global jihad.
R.I.P Oriana.: Here's a poignant paragraph from "Rage and pride"--
"In this world there is room for everybody, I say. In one's own home, everyone is free to do what they please. If in some countries the women are so stupid to accept the chador, or the veil where they have to look through a thick net at eye level, worse for them. If they are so idiotic to accept not going to school, not going to the doctor, not letting themselves be photographed etcetera, well worse for them. If they are so foolish as to marry a prick that wants four wives, too bad for them. If their men are so silly as to not drink beer, wine, ditto. I am not going to be the one to stop them. Far from it! I have been educated in the concept of liberty, and my mother used to say: "the world is beautiful because it is varied". But, if they demand to impose these things on me, in my house… and they do demand it. Osama Bin Laden affirms that the entire planet Earth must become Muslim, that we must convert to Islam, that either by convincing us or threatening us, he will convert us, and for that goal he massacres us and will continue to massacre us. This cannot please us. It has to give us a great desire to reverse roles and kill him. However, this will not resolve itself, it will not be exhausted with the death of Osama Bin Laden. This is because the Osama Bin Ladens number in the tens of thousands now and they are not confined to the Arabic countries. They are everywhere, and the most militant are in the West. In our cities, our streets, our universities, in the nerve centers of our technology. That technology that any obtuse can manage. The Crusade has been underway for a while. It works like a Swiss watch, sustained by a faith and a malice which compares only to the malice of Torquemada when he led the Inquisition. In fact it is impossible to deal with them. To reason with them, unthinkable. To treat them with indulgence or tolerance or hope, is suicide. Anyone who believes the contrary, is deluding himself"
Giselle Fernandez, Journalist and Filmaker: We suffer the sad loss of an icon today in the passing of Oriana Fallaci in her native Florence. This passionate and powerful voice of the 20th Century was forever bold and brazen in her dissection of politics, power and ego, and their devastating effects on democracies everywhere. She wrote with an integrity and force of character that defined her life's work up until the very last days. Fallaci was perhaps my greatest inspiration as a journalist. Her dynamic, dramatic and distinct point of view on the demise of democracies, especially in her latest works that evoked death threats against her, did nothing to silence her conviction or her writings. She died as she lived -- with passion, conviction, purpose and power. They don't make writers like her anymore.
Debbie Schlussel: Fallaci's essays, columns, and articles over the last several years were so spot on and well written that my father would constantly send them to me, even though we knew that before this new era of her enlightenment she was the Islamofascists' useful idiot in friendly interviews with the likes Yasser Arafat--she called the terrorist murderer "charming" (though, at least, in an interview with Ayatollah Khomeini, she attacked Islam's lack of women's rights). Fallaci's newer work was the truth she had denied for so long. For that, Islamofascists repeatedly tried to silence her, stop the publishing of her material in countries like France, and she was put on trial. They don't have the free speech in Europe that we have here. It's ironic because Fallaci-- at the age of 10 in 1939--joined her father in the anti-fascist freedom fighter resistance against the Nazis. She lived to see them defeated early in her life. But she did not live to see the new Nazis--Islamofascists--defeated. And she warned that they may win, in her books, "The Rage and the Pride," and "The Force of Reason."
A Second Hand Conjecture: Fallaci was one of those figures who at some point in time could not have failed to inspire you and yet enrage you at another time. Anyone who says differently never read or listened to her. She offended everyone and inspired us all who paid attention. No one who remembers can forget her interview ripping off her Chador in the presence of Khomeini. She fought against the Nazi's, covered wars from Vietnam to the Middle East and was beaten in Mexico city during the protests of 1968.
David Horowitz - Front Page Magazine: A great warrior is gone... Oriana Fallaci has died after a long struggle with cancer at the age of seventy-seven. Her last years were spent in the United States in part because she was hunted in her own beloved Italy because of her war against the Islamic jihad. A fatwa calling for death was issued an Islamic jihadist; an Italian judge attempted to put her in jail for offending the invaders. She found refuge in the United States. But she also embraced America as her homeland in exile because she understood that America was the global center of resistance to the Islamic threat.
Victor Davis Hanson: Rarely has the death of a public intellectual affected me as much as the passing of Oriana Fallaci. I never met her, and only received a brief note once from her accompanying a copy of The Rage and the Pride. The story of her career is well known, but her death, at this pivotal time, was full of paradoxes and yet instruction as well... Her fiery message was as timely as it was caricatured and slandered: Muslims who leave the Middle East to live under the free aegis of the West have a moral duty to support and protect the civilization that has welcomed them, rather than romanticize about what they have forsaken; Christianity is more than a religion, but also a powerful emblem of the force of reason, in that it seeks to spread belief by rational thought as well as faith; and that affluent and leisured Westerners, bargaining away their honor and traditions out of fear and for illusory security, have only emboldened radical Islam that seeks to liquidate them. I wish she were still alive to scoff at the politically correct, the appeaser, and the triangulator, but alas she is gone, defiant to the last.
Stephania: The Italian writer Oriana Fallaci has died in her Florence.Although I found some of her expression too exaggerated and tended to disagree on some of her statements, I admired her so much for her courage in denouncing Islamic terrorism and fundamentalism.She has never feared to say what she thought. She stood up for her rights in saying what she thought. She was a target of the Islamic fascists. But she has never refrained from denouncing the dangers of multiculturalism and unassimilated immigration. She spoke directly to the consciences of the European rulers, who opted for silencing her by inventing show trials organized by notorious Islamic fundamentalists (for example, the Italian Adel Smith, a Muslim convert who adores Bin Laden and had thrown a crucifix outside a hospital's window, other than offending Jesus Christ). I'm sure the Islamic fundamentalists are celebrating as they celebrated when the 9/11 atrocities occurred and as they celebrate when innocent civilians are killed by their "militants", a term invented by the mainstream media.Because they love death, as they themselves say.
Michael Ledeen: Orianna was one of those bigger-than-life personalities who dwarf everyone around them, and there wasn't much grey in her world, things were always sharply defined. This made friendship a challenge, since at any given moment you were either dearly beloved or this week's dolt. But it didn't really matter, since she prized friendship, and last week's idiot was invariably destined to return as tomorrow's beloved; you had to accept that it would happen, and it would pass, and we were fortunate to know her and be provoked, stimulated, embraced and insulted. She was a hell of a lady.
The Anchoress: Fallaci was an unapologetic woman of the left who - like Christopher Hitchens - had the brains, moral courage and obstinacy to depart from leftist orthodoxy when intellectual honesty demanded it. She was no one to simply "fall in line" with the prevailing thought-of-the-day. She dared the left to honor its pretensions to liberalism and open-mindedness by speaking her mind in dissent. And the left never forgave her for it, either.
Publius Pundit: The great Oriana Fallaci, a clear-eyed journalist and universal freedom fighter for democracy, has died. We all knew she had cancer but this is very sad and affecting news. Her impact on world events cannot be underestimated. The Italian journalist went places no one else would go and saw through everything. No dictator could fool her. She exposed and clarified clowns like Khaddafi and others so that we could see what the real tyrannical enemy was like. At the end of her life, she denounced Islamofascism and extolled the value of civilization, with the courage of a lion. This makes me so so sad.
Wretchard: At the time of her death Oriana Fallaci was facing a suit in Italy for daring to suggest that her country and culture were under threat from radical Islam. In her youth she did not bow to Hitler; and in her old age she hurled defiance at yet another tyranny. The darkness came and yet the darkness claimed her not.
Tigerhawk: Oriana Fallaci died, and the West has lost one of its great warriors... Her vision was startling, and if you have not read The Force Of Reason and The Rage And The Pride , now's the time... They are the first two books of a completed trilogy, a cri de coeur really, over the degradation of Western culture in the face of resurgent Islam. We await the English translation of the third book with great anticipation. Fallaci always did her own English translations; I hope she finished it before she died.
The Jawa Report: She was in exile from a country which has enacted draconian hate speech laws.
Fallaci's crime was for "defaming Islam". She will be missed."
Aussie Jim at Tim Blair: God damm that woman had bigger balls than 99% of blokes that I know, she might have been half crazy but I admire that. To paraphrase Colonel Kurtz, if I had two divisions made up of women like her, this war would be over within a year.
Anti-idiotarian Rottweiller: Oriana Fallaci Dies at 76…and a guiding light in the fight against Islamic Fascism and the creeping conquest of the West goes out. I first learned about her shortly after 9/11, when her book "The Rage and the Pride" came out, a book that no home should be without a copy of. Oriana was a kindred spirit, somebody who understood that, in order to have any hope of defeating an enemy, you must first acknowledge its existence and realize the true nature of it, without excuses, squeamishness and the cowardly unwillingness to face reality that the modern West has become infamous for. And she did.
Jeremayakovka: They called her aggressive, abrasive -- racist, even. Her mind was the fierce, gifted offspring of a most felicitous marriage of reason and emotion: each book an assault on the citadel of postmodern European presumption, each sentence a cavalry charge. Were we to conduct an intellectual autopsy on Fallaci, were we to behold her brain we would have to compare it to a cannonball; her sex we would have to compare to its etymological source, to a sword's or dagger's sheath.
Michelle Malkin: Deeply saddening news at the end of this 9/11 anniversary week. The outspoken lioness Oriana Fallaci has died of cancer... She refused to candycoat her criticisms of Islam. She refused to submit to jihadi thugs. Her books, her life, her rage and her reason serve as fiery inspirations in an era of flinching dhimmitude.
All Things Beautiful: I must take a moment to pay tribute to one of my greatest heroines, and one of the most renowned journalists of our modern era, Oriana Fallaci, who died of cancer today aged 77. Relentlessly opposing Islamic extremists until her dying breath, she lived a life of passion and died a courageous death, always fighting for what she believed in. An inspiration to us all, I loved her deeply not only for everything she bravely stood for, but for having the magnificent courage to say it. I am greatly saddened by her departure form a world which needs her now more than ever. Constantly forewarning us of the inevitabilities of an "Islamic colony" formerly known as Europe, she predicted much of the decay we see all too evident today.
OS - Objectively Speaking: Heroes get harder and harder to find. If you have not discovered this one, do so. They help to fuel the soul.
Vanishing American: Always passionate and outspoken, she powerfully articulated the rage which has been so suppressed throughout the West; in spite of the constraints of Political Correctness, or perhaps also because of it, she became more harsh and more insistent in her later years. Her voice was a much-needed one in an emasculated and passive Europe, and throughout the West. Of course her bluntness provoked controversy in a world which prizes 'sensitivity' and hypocritical niceness over truth, but her eloquence and passion spoke for many people whose voices are silenced in today's PC-strangled atmosphere.
Zrinyi's Last Stand: To the last warrior of Europe, the Florentine fighter of fascism, Oriana Fallaci, I wish you well, and thank you for your printed page. Your rage is mine and reason has its force only through its conduits. I wonder if a merciful God would grant you repose in Heaven, or allow you to return to haunt your civilization still. Beware the ghost of Europe past, oh cowards of this day, when brave souls still fought against fascism, rather than submitted to it. Europe, you shameful land of cowards. Today died a woman who as a young girl demonstrated more fortitude, more of that peculiar Florentine idea of virtu, than the all the men there today. Have you no spirit, have you no soul, have you nothing in your sack!
Eamonn Fitzgerald Rainy Day: It is tragic that Oriana Fallaci died during the week when the world is remembering 9/11, and it is a further tragedy that she is not here now to add her voice to the debate surrounding the Pope's address in Regensburg. Back in May, Margaret Talbot created a memorable portrait of Fallaci in the New Yorker. In The Agitator, Talbot writes that "Fallaci's virtues are the virtues that shine most brightly in stark circumstances: the ferocious courage, and the willingness to say anything, that can amount to a life force." We shall miss that life force.
M in Boston: I first came to know the work of Oriana Fallaci through her Vietnam memoir, "Niente, e cosi sia", which I found at random while shelving books as a work-study student in my university library. I leafed through it, then took it home to read it non-stop - and have admired her writing ever since. In a way, Oriana was our Cassandra, in the classical sense, not the colloquialism. She didn't want to be right about the threat, but she was, and there is no denying events have proved her right. Wishing her peace and rest.
Clarity and Resolve: She was an extraordinary giant of a woman with a courageous soul. Her defense of Western values and freedoms was unparalleled and will surely inspire many generations to come.
Roger L. Simon: One of my personal heroes is dead. What can you say about Fallaci except that she was a human being of tremendous courage? She was also an extraordinarily beautiful woman and a great writer. To say that she will be missed is a vast understatement. She was crucial to our times and leaves a void. Her death makes me cry as if I had lost a family member.
Dinocrat: Oriana Fallaci's life stands for many things. Among them is the proposition that reason should govern the thoughts and actions of men. As such, there never can be such a thing as "the only accepted religion on earth," and Fallaci battled that idea for many years. But reason did not make her the enemy of religion.
Shining full Plate and a good broadswoard: There is no doubt that in our circle, she is a hero beyond description. She is a true martyr, who gave her remaining years to a cause she thought worth fighting. She could have whiled away happily and counted her blessings peacefully while making "her peace" with the world, but she didn't. She put up one of the hardest fights which has inspired millions of us. Her face belongs on a T-Shirt and her name belongs in pop culture.
Neptunus Lex: Fallaci had scored an interview with the Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran, shortly after the triumph of his Islamic Revolution. Asked to wear a chador for the interview, Fallaci complied but asked increasingly direct questions about why an Italian woman, or any woman at all for that matter, must be obliged to cover her hair because of someone else's faith. Eventually enraged by the Ayatollah's pat answers, she ended up ripping off the chador right in front of the astonished Ayatollah, who stalked out of the room, effectively ending the interview. She managed to calm herself down, and extracted a promise from Khomeini's handlers to conclude the interview on the following day, subject to the condition that she ask no more questions about the chador. Sitting across from the old man at her next interview, her first question was on the issue of the chador. I don't care what you think about women's rights, you have to admit to her courage.
Sissy Willis :As we noted, the celebrated and reviled Italian journalist, indicted in her native Italy for criticizing the Religion of Peace,™ was for years a voice in the wilderness trying to warn the West of the gathering forces of darkness... Perhaps sensing her time was running out, she gently but firmly chided her soulmate in an essay last summer on the London bombings... urging the Pope not to whitewash the "illiberal and anti-democratic -- no, cruel --essence of Islam" in the name of interfaith "dialog." Benedetto's uncompromising words this week would have reassured and comforted Fallaci...
Red State: Not speaking Italian - and not being one for political books - my only experience with her work was what showed up online. I found her sometimes objectionable, sometimes insightful, often polemic and always interesting: I am not entirely certain that if we had ever met that she would not eventually damn me for a optimistic fool wrt Islam - a group with which she had epic battles. The world of letters will be lessened by her absence.
Claudia: That's so sad, she was my favourite writer and one of my heroes too (I've had the pleasure to meet her more than once)...and..let's not forget she was a great woman...GREAT...really.
Rest in peace my dear. You will not be forgotten and I will miss you, endlessly.
Cao's Blog: She will be missed. She had no husband and no children. She told it like it is, which is no small feat.
Tammy Bruce: With her death, we have lost a woman who reminds us what our voices are for. Her books on the scourge of Islam, "The Rage and the Pride" and the follow up volume, "The Force of Reason," put into remarkable perspective the nature of our enemy, and the righteousness of our outrage against their savagery.
Anna's Clue Tank: Friday saw the death of a courageous woman, Oriana Fallaci, of cancer at the age of 77. What a life she did lead. Interviewing the Ayatollah Khomeni in Tehran, making Henry Kissinger look unprepared, and capturing the odiousness of Yasser Arafat. To being beaten and shot in 1968 during student protests in Mexico. Being threatened with violence by radical Islam for her books calling upon Europe and the West to wake up. But I think the absolute zenith of her thought provoking journalism has to have been when Switzerland wanted to put the handcuffs on her and arrest her for what she has written. Shades of the Inquisition there, practiced by the Swiss no less.
Life As If: Oriana Fallaci... Died yesterday. She had cancer. I love her. I am so sad.
Atlas Shrugs: Oriana passed away in her beloved Firenze (which she said was destroyed and stolen by the barbarians.) My heart is broken. A warrior in the fight against militant Islam. G-d bless her soul. Phyllis Chelser pointed out to me that despite Fallaci selling millions of books, she was not heroized by the Italian intellectual establishment who turned against her (and in her view became “fascists”.) She could not risk returning to either Italy or Switzerland due to the Islamic lawsuits against her which might have meant her imprisonment upon landing. Europe is dead and Fallaci fought to revive the corpse.
Maggie's Farm: Brains, spirit, beauty, hutzpah, grace, toughness, and writing talent. Not bad with a camera, either, but a Lady of Letters. A loss for the Italy which persecuted her, and for the world.
Cross Connections: I do love Oriana for doing what she did. She risked her life and so many people in the media do. I have often been harsh on the profession and will continue to do so, but sometimes one has to grudgingly admit that it's like capturing the world in a few words. I'd love to see how Oriana Fallaci would interview god...
Sam Houston - Throwing Heat: We have lost a good soldier in the fight against Islamist fascism, a voice belonging to a woman who was not afraid to tell the truth about the threat to Western culture to which she refused to submit. For almost all of the last ten years, she fought the cancer that eventually killed her...but it hardly slowed her down. May you now rest in peace, Oriana.
Noisyroom.net: A sad, sad day indeed. May she find peace - the world has lost a wonderful voice and soul today.
Rand Simberg: A Brave Woman And a great journalist. Oriana Fallaci, rest in peace. Don't know where she'll end up--she was a devout atheist, but unlike many of her (non)religious cohorts, she was able to make the distinction between modern Christianity and the medieval Islamists with whom we are war.
Her Blog - Kim Pearson: Oriana Fallaci, 77, who died today, brooked no compromises and took no prisoners... Since September 11, 2001, Fallaci has been best known as a strident -- or some might say, rabid -- critic of Islam. But years before, she made her mark as one of the most extraordinary interviewers in journalism -- so extraordinary that in 2004, she interviewed herself about her own impending death.
Marta: "I sat at the typewriter for the first time and fell in love with the words that emerged like drops, one by one, and remained on the white sheet of paper ... every drop became something that if spoken would have flown away, but on the sheets as words, became solidified, whether they were good or bad." Oriana Fallaci Italian author, journalist and uncompromising political interviewer. Person that I truly admire.
PC Free Zone: Oriana Fallaci, a former Resistance fighter and war correspondent, writer, journalist, and warrior passed away. She is a Hero to those seeking the truth. Oriana Fallaci was one of the few journalists in the world who dared to attack Islam and the fact that Europe had surrendered to terror...
Lawhawk: Oriana Fallaci, an indefatigable Italian woman who repeatedly issued warnings over the clash of civilizations taking place in Europe and the failure of Islamic immigrants to assimilate into European culture has died in Florence at the age of 76. She was apparently the first to coin the term "Eurabia" to describe the situation of Europe sliding into an Islamic mess.
Faustas Blog: Fallaci's own words: A Sermon for the West : "the West does live in fear. People are afraid to speak against the Islamic world. Afraid to offend, and to be punished for offending, the sons of Allah. You can insult the Christians, the Buddhists, the Hindus, the Jews. You can slander the Catholics, you can spit on the Madonna and Jesus Christ. But, woe betide the citizen who pronounces a word against the Islamic religion."
Our Children Are The Guarantoors: I strive to commemorate her as Mr. Spencer has now suggested: by emulating her actions. The more people do as she did, the less chance there will be for the arrival of the dreaded condition in which it will be unexpected, surprising for any non-Muslim to die in bed. Into the company of G-d's Righteous you go, Oriana Fallaci. Rest in peace.
Liberty and Justice: Oriana is one of the women, in that small list of outspoken critics of Islam, who have had a great impact on the way many people think about before mentioned subject. She was an inspiration to many. Although she now has died, her books / writings will live on. She has left a gigantic legacy, one that will continue to have an impact on millions and millions of individuals.
Anja Partenon - Sweden: She was brave and honest woman, a real anti-fascist. Strange that she dies just as the anti-Benedictus madness rises. Btw- When I have been to England and went to some bookstore i found lots of David Icke' anti-semitic filth there but no any Oriana Fallaci's book. I asked WHY no Oriana Fallaci but lots of David Icke's They answered ;''David Icke is a free speech but Oriana Fallaci is a hate-speech''
Protein Wisdom - Dan Collins: Today I mourn and celebrate the passing of Oriana Fallaci, who finally succumbed to her cancer. Fallaci was in some respects the Christopher Hitchens of Italy. Once celebrated by the left, she recognized the danger to her civilizational values posed by radical Islam, and for speaking out her understanding was made a pariah by the European socialist news apparatus and the Western lefty blogosphere. I owe Fallaci this debt: when I studied in Italy I learned her Letter to a Child Never Born as a model for how to write clear, concise Italian. She was an interviewer (and interviewee) of devastating intellect, and although an atheist herself understood the importance to Europe of its Christian heritage.
Political Musings: I knew this day was not that far off but it still leaves me saddened. A hell of a woman and a hell of a cook.
Kesher Talk: Fallaci is best known since 9-11 as a fervent champion of Western civilization, foe of Islam, and severe critic of multiculturalist ideology. Her proud passion for European culture planted a flag in the ground that a depressed and confused people could rally around, if they chose. A few did, most were ambivalent, some tried to have her flag torn out and destroyed.
fleursDUmall: My pedestal is empty, again… Oriana Fallaci, the famous Italian journalist, died, last night…She passed graciouly, the way she lived I admired her for her interviews she did with Yasser Arafat, Golda Meir, Indira Gandhi or the ayatollah Khomeiny. But more than that, for 'The Rage and the Pride'...
Environmental Republican: The very brave and brilliant writer and resistance fighter Oriana Fallaci has died...Fallaci enraged the Muslims and leftists (but I am redundant) in Europe by speaking out about the Muslim threat to western ways. She also got the lefties in America worked up as well... She was what journalists should be and will be missed.
Blogmeister USA: It took cancer to silence the woman who would not be silenced by her critics. Oriana Fallaci, the Italian journalist who penned books "The Rage and the Pride" and "The Force of Reason" (both highly critical of Muslims and Islam), died today... Fallaci refused to be cowed by Islamic fascists and their supporters, whose main goal is to silence any who would dare to go against them. We should all follow her lead.
Israpundit: Oriana Fallaci provided exactly the kind of rhetoric that we need to save our civilization from being overrun by mindless hordes of savage barbarians whose openly-stated goal is to either convert us to their violently-primitive beliefs or slit our throats. When a horde of bloodthirsty savages encamps outside your walls– or even worse, has already infiltrated your cities and countryside– you raise the call to arms with the most direct and explicit language you can find. "The Redcoats are coming!" cried Paul Revere as he rode through the countryside. "Japs Bomb Pearl Harbor!" proclaimed two-inch (at least) newspaper headlines on 8 December 1941. "Nazis Invade Poland!" the same headlines had screamed in 1939. "Militant Islamic Invaders Cut Theo Van Gogh's Throat, Rape European Women!" We must state the facts bluntly and even brutally if we are to save our culture and indeed our lives.
Red Hot Cuppa Politics: I don't know that Oriana Fallaci dwelt very much on her own spirituality or the afterlife, but if there's any justice in the world, the Lord will find a place for her among the other warrior angels.
Sma' Talk Wi' T: I write this post to perpetuate the memory of one of the most outspoken, bravest women in the global fight against Islamo-fascism. Oriana Fallaci died today at the age of 77 from a long battle of cancer. With outside beauty of renowned Italian women, and beauty inside of the most tenacious 14th century saints who would travel thousands of miles to harangue the Pope into making righteous decisions, Oriana took on Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVII. How fitting on the week she passes into eternity, Pope Benedict XVII steps up to the plate and denounces the evil regimes of Islamo-fascism.
Relapsed Catholic: Thoughtful Catholics will have noted that Oriana Fallaci died on the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. And recalled that she was one of the first laypeople to whom the new Pope granted a private audience, much to the amazement of those who are forever "amazed" by the bloody obvious. And that, coincident with her passing, the Pope is literally under attack by Bronze Age Fanatics.
Alarmingnews: The terrorists have won just a little bit today. Oriana Fallaci dies in Italy
Marathon Pundit: Journalist Oriana Fallaci died today in Italy. The world is a lesser place without her in it. She was a foe of political-correctness, and late in her life she was not afraid to confront the intolerance of Islamo-fascism.
Committees of Correspondence: The Passing Of A Warrior - On Friday September 15, 2006 Oriana Fallaci ended a Lifetime of Battle against the Forces of Intolerance, Fascism, Totalitarianism and Oppression. She now rests at the Heart of All That Is In The Land Of Dreaming Thunder. Though she may not have been of the Ani Yun Wiya (the Total of All Real People) I am certain Sky Father will receive her with all honor due such a valiant warrior.
Ania: cried this morning when i found out oriana fallaci died my dad forgot to tell me yesturday and i found out this morning she did have cancer and i knew it was going to happen but she was so passionate and feirce and her death made my heart the more heavy today.
Woman Honor Thyself: A brilliant, outspoken woman who was always under the gun for her fiery statements and what many considered “controversial views” on relations between the western world and Izlam. I am humbled by her strength, which was her trademark. Always on the forefront of fights to defend women’s rights, and never backing down in the face of threats. Rest in Peace Oriana. You blazed the trail.
Babalu Blog: Fallaci, a journalist of the left, was a life-long foe of Italian Fascism. She was very well known before 9/11, having confronted and interviewed many powerful people, not the least of which was the Ayatollah Khomeini, who was not pleased with a woman being so bold and uppity with him. I had heard and read Fallaci many times before. I can't honestly say I agreed with her on many things, she was a leftist after all, but what I did know was that she was a fiercely honest interviewer, a person of integrity who had no agenda other than her deeply held convictions. She was one of the last of our great warriors.
Technomancy For Fun And Profit: Oriana Fallaci passed away in her home town of Florence, Italy... She was considered a troublemaker, a firebrand, a racist, a hatemonger and all sorts of other crass terms used against people who refuse to behave. Her most acidic pieces that criticized Islam earned her death threats and even a frivilous lawsuit in her home country. And yet she never stopped and never backed down no matter what. We lost a voice of reason. Hopefully there will be others that take her place.
Chicago Boyz: Ms. Fallaci was an Atheist who valued the cultural heritage of the West, and correctly saw that it was in grave danger from Islamic violence and terrorism. She met with Pope Benedict XVI, to discuss these matters not long before her death. The Pope is willing to say things Muslims don't like, without apologizing for it, either. Good.
Freedom Fan - LGC: We suffer the sad loss of an icon today in the passing of Oriana Fallaci in her native Florence. This passionate and powerful voice of the 20th Century was forever bold and brazen in her dissection of politics, power and ego, and their devastating effects on democracies everywhere. She wrote with an integrity and force of character that defined her life's work up until the very last days. Fallaci was perhaps my greatest inspiration as a journalist. Her dynamic, dramatic and distinct point of view on the demise of democracies, especially in her latest works that evoked death threats against her, did nothing to silence her conviction or her writings.
Tomsdich: In Praise of Oriana Fallaci - She died yesterday in Florence. Before I became a fan of hers, for her fiery anti-Islam book "The Rage and the Pride" (2002) Charlie had admired her for her novel , "A Man," about her lover who was (probably) assassinated by Greek rightwingers in 1976. She has been virtually the only high-profile writer to say what everyone thinks about the Islamis but is too chickenshit to say.
Boker tov, Boulder: Oriana Fallaci has died. I mourn the loss of one of my greatest heroes and a brutally honest, clear and courageous voice for freedom. May G-d bless and keep her holy soul. When the going got tough, she stood with Israel, she stood with the Jews. She was a fighter. I will always be deeply grateful to her, and I will miss her terribly... "... in my country house, in Tuscany, there is a tiny little chapel. It's always closed. No one goes there since my mother died. But I go there sometimes, to dust, to make sure the mice haven't made a nest, and despite my secular upbringing I feel comfortable there. Despite my priest–hating tendencies, I move there with casual ease...." from The Rage and The Pride of Oriana Fallaci, zt"l (the memory of the righteous)
In the final chapter of The Force of Reason, Oriana calls us to hope and to renewed faith by bearing courageous witness in words that reflect, even if unknowingly, a Christian typology. She says there:
"I think: we cannot lose. We cannot lose because Islam is a pond. And a pond is a cavity full of stagnant water. Water that never moves, never runs, never purifies itself, never becomes clean. The pond does not love Life...The West, instead, is a river. And rivers are courses of living water. Water that runs, that flows, and in flowing it purifies itself (and) renews itself."
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Bleakness Among the Blogosphere: The Iraqi Bloggers Sound Off
The denizens of the Iraqi blogosphere are a bleak bunch these days. Let's let the Bloggers express their feelings...
"I Was Attacked In My Own House By A Filthy Animal"
The Beautiful Miraj at Baghdad Chronicles: I was attacked in my own house by a filthy animal. I screamed, I fell ,I injured myself while running away cowardly , I cursed my life and shouted why me, I couldn’t sleep for weeks, I still cannot walk in the dark without turning around every second and I still cannot sleep in my dark room.
Hammorabi: This war exposed many hidden agenda that the USA supports in the Middle East. The USA is not trying to create democracy in this region but hate, war and destruction. This time it used the Israeli government as a tool to deliver its action. The other example is Iraq in which the USA deceived the Iraqis and the others more than 3 years ago that it came to create a model of democracy for the Middle East. Instead it created a state full with terrorism and on the verge of a civil war and division.>
Iraq, A Godforsaken Place
Miraj : I spent weeks and months under 50 centigrade degrees where is no electricity , where you feel your soul is struggling to get out of your body to feel relieved , where I had to suffer watching my old father begging for air at nights. I cried again, I felt sick, I thought I lost my faith.
The Superpower U.S. Will Go In To A Decline
Hammorabi: There are many other reasons indicates that the USA failed in Afghanistan and other parts of the world. Indeed it becomes so evident now that the failure of the USSR was only the beginning of the failure and decline of America. The last three years showed how clearly is this happening especially in the region of the Middle East and lastly in Lebanon. It is started to move downward so clearly in the last few months. The spiral movement of this decline may not happen tomorrow or after few years but is happening without any slightest doubt.
The U.S. Has Failed In The Middle East And Against Terrorism
Hammorabi : There is no doubt that the USA failed in its Middle East and war against terrorism at least in Iraq. It is the reverse indeed that the terrorism increased and the USA in a big problem now. If they leave Iraq to the terrorists then the consequences are very well know for the region and the world. If the US stayed it is even worse because the terrorists are using the excuse to increase their bases in the region and to recruit for this from everywhere.
Yankees Go Home
Ishtar at Iraqi Screen: When US democracy knocked at the door of the Iraqis, women ran to get their Abayia.Men ran to get their guns. Others received it with beating sessions and clerics posters. Standing on the debirs of his house in Ramadi bombed by US forces a man was shouting on T.V “ Is this US democracy, I do not want democracy, I want to live, leave me alone.”
Yankees Go Home - II
Zappy at Where Date Palms Grow: We are in DEEEEP S... only God himself can get us out. and a small piece of advise to my naghbour Iranian's, don't get involved with America, all America did to my country is get it in a worse state than it was during the Tyrants Regime. you don't belive me look at Afghanistan.
Take The War On Terror To The U.S.
Nadia at Talking About Iraq : They have no right to scarify Iraqis this way. Iraqis mission in life is NOT to die for the American people. The war on terror is a war that should be fought on the US mainland. This is a vicious crime against the Iraqi people and one of the many proofs that in the eyes of US politicians and their supporters Iraqis lives are worth nothing to them. Its an even bigger proof of how spineless these U.S politicians and their supporters really are. So once again US politicians and the supporters who want the war, I demand of you to take your war out of Iraq, show some courage and invite your enemies to your country instead. Fight your war inside your own borders.
Faiza Jarrar: Did you ever meet a kind of person to whom you tell a story, or complain about some sort of problem, then look at him, only to find him absent minded in another world, then, he would turn to you to give you remarks and deductions which have nothing to do whatsoever with what you were talking about? This is how it is to talk with most of the American administration's members, and most of the American Congress members. They are people who live only in their closed, limited world, who have no wish, or mental ability, to listen to the Other.
It Was Better In The Old Days
Gilgamish, an Iraqi in Canada at Into The Sun :
Not so long go, women in Iraq used to wear mini skirts in their universities’ campuses, Iraq had the first female judge in the whole, wide Arab world and Middle East, and ages ago, Sunnis and Shi’as from the same social class had more in common with each other, than with their counterparts from the lower social strata.
It Was Better In The Old Days - II
Riverbend : For me, June marked the first month I don’t dare leave the house without a hijab, or headscarf. I don’t wear a hijab usually, but it’s no longer possible to drive around Baghdad without one. It’s just not a good idea. (Take note that when I say ‘drive’ I actually mean ‘sit in the back seat of the car’- I haven’t driven for the longest time.) Going around bare-headed in a car or in the street also puts the family members with you in danger. You risk hearing something you don’t want to hear and then the father or the brother or cousin or uncle can’t just sit by and let it happen. I haven’t driven for the longest time. If you’re a female, you risk being attacked.
Remembering The Silence Of Baghdad
Riot Starter at Thought Riot : Sometimes late at night before I retire to bed, I would just stare out of my window. Off the top of the hill where I live, I can see the whole city. Nothing disturbes the silence of night, maybe the music from distant clubs and discos. Then later on...complete silence. How I remember the silence in Baghdad back in time, before it all started. How long ago does that sound...and how long will it be till we ever be back there, and till we ever live that silence again...
The High Cost Of Living
Najma : The price of gazoline has arisen to 1.5$/liter which is 40 times the price before the war. Dad is spending his whole salary on gasoline. The neighborhood generator's keepers are barely turning them on at all.
Hala S at In Love With Iraq : Later I learned that her husband made over a million dollar sub-contracting in Iraq in less than a year! “Sub-contracting for what?” I asked. “Imaginary projects and useless ventures, this is how they make money these days in Iraq if you have the right connections inside the Green zone.”
Alaa from the Mesoptamian : It is no longer safe to stay in the neighborhood where my house and all our property is situated. So I am rather uprooted these days. Otherwise things are more or less under control as far as my personal life is concerned. I thank God for giving me the means to survive. Many of my close relatives have left the country already. I am grieved at this situation in Baghdad, but it is something that I fully expected and warned of years ago.
"This Dinosaurian Bureacracy"
Al Tarrar at Baghdad Connect : When the Cabinet met this week the Secretariat of the Board found out that the Prime Minister was in Iran, the two numbers of VP of the PM - the Kurdish and Arab, were traveling overseas, and the two numbers Vice President of the Republic were voyaging too in foreign lands. Finally, the Secretariat of the Board realized that ‘to his surprise’ 22 of the total 31 ministers (men and women) were also scattered outside our country and consequently they meeting was postponed!!
Fight Against The Oppressors
Little Penguin at Iraqi Signor in London : Diplomacy is defeat. Hizbollah didn't opt for 'diplomatic negotiations' with Olmert's bullies; it chose to fight fire with fire and they emerged victorious. Every oppressed nation needs to learn one valuable lesson from Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine and other examples in history: When someone slaps you, you don't keep quiet and offer the other cheek.. you punch! Diplomacy can sod off when you're capable of retalliating.
Prepare The Way For The Mahdi
Little Penguin : I was at a conference yesterday where the subject of Imam Al Mehdi, the 12th Imam in Islam, and I learned, amongst other things, a single concept: We have to pave the way for his re-appearance so that he comes and leads the revolt, resulting in a true utopian world.
"The Good People in Iraq Are Gone"
Nabil : As for the Iraqis, they made an invation in Jordan.. there are like about million and a half of a million Iraqis are now in Jordan, 3/4 of them are living here.. and the rest quarter are here for the vacation... you know.. it's like nobody is left in Iraq except for the ignorants and the bad people, and most of those bad people are from Al-Sadir city, because they're like zombies, they are criminals, they don't care for the security to be made in Iraq, they don't even care about Iraq... their only goal is to steal and steal and steal money from the people by killing them or kidnapping them and ask for money to let them go... so I just wanna say that all the good people in Iraq are gone.. they are either dead or left the country... and thanks for the Iraqi government and the Iraqi troops and the coaltion troops for that...
Iraqi Beauty in Exile
Fay : Sharm Al-Sheik, Egypt hosted the Miss Arab World 2006 beauty pageant. The title was initially awarded to Amira Bin Yousif from Tunisia. Iraqi beauty Claudia Hanna received the first runner-up title. Dina Dalal from Egypt received the second runner-up title. Amira Bin Yousif failed to fulfill her Miss Arab World 2006's duties as stated by the pageant's rules. So, the title went to the Iraqi beauty Claudia Hanna. Of course, such a win comes with a deadly prize for any Iraqi beauty. Death threats have already been issued against her... God forbids an Iraqi woman shows some bare skin in public. So, she's not planning to return to Iraq.
I Love Syria
HNK : I love Syria because I can see the night, I can see the black sky which BTW I didn't like it before. I love Syria because in Syria you can see many people walking in the street with no fears and guess What?? They are smiling too.I love Syria Because in Syria the policemen are not show their arms and if they show them,they put them down. I love Syria because in Syria the people know what freedom mean. I love Syria because in Syria there are green trees and happy children and moreover a real life. I love Syria because in Syria there are a simple family, live a simple life far from violents.
I'd Rather Live In The World Of The Fundamentalists
Nayj, a Michigan-based Iraqi at Aramaic Carpenter Reel: Fundamentalists are scary people even when they are feminists, anarchist, secularists, atheists; however, I'd still rather live in a world of these fundamentalists than Catholic, Muslim, and Jewish extremists. I'd rather function under their reign than Bush's economic and political reign of terror.
Condemning Israel And/Or The U.S.
Ali from England at Al Thawra : We at Al Thawra strongly condemn the on-going massacre of Iraqi, Lebanese and Palestinian civilians, as well as the indiscriminate destruction of their infrastructure perpetrated by the Zionist and American forces. In this time of difficulty we pray to Allah for unity in the Muslim community, justice to be done, and patience to deal with this unfolding tragedy.
The U.S. Is Responsible For al Qaeda and Bin Laden
Hammorabi : The USA failed in its war against terrorism which is indeed its own make at the first instance such as Osama Bin Laden and Alqaeda that created by the USA
Not a happy gathering of Bloggers, but such is the nature of Iraqi Reality these days...
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
An Arab Speaks Out
By EMILIO KARIM DABUL
September 12, 2006
Hat tip LGF
WELL, here it is, five years late, but here just the same: an apology from an Arab-American for 9/11. No, I didn't help organize the killers or contribute in any way to their terrible cause. However, I was one of millions of Arab-Americans who did the unspeakable on 9/11: nothing.
The only time I raised my voice in protest against these men who killed thousands of innocents in the name of Allah was behind closed doors, among the safety of friends and family. I did at one point write a very vitriolic essay condemning their actions, but fear of becoming another Salman Rushdie kept me from ever trying to publish it.
Well, I'm sick of saying the truth only in private - that Arabs around the world, including Arab-Americans like myself, need to start holding our own culture accountable for the insane, violent actions that our extremists have perpetrated on the world at large.
Yes, our extremists and our culture.
Every single 9/11 hijacker was Arab and a Muslim. The apologists (including President Bush) tried to reassure us that 9/11 had nothing to do with Islam, but was a twisting of a great and noble religion. With all due respect, read the Koran, Mr. President. There's enough there for someone of extreme tendencies to find their way to a global jihad... Read it all.
Emilio Karim Dabul, New Jersey, freelance writer and PR consultant.
Thank you Emilio Karim Dabul.
Hopefully others will be inspired by your courage and integrity.
Monday, September 11, 2006
I gave you all my time.
Dead Can Dance
My brain is fried today.
I don't know what to write.
I had to turn away from the TV, as the burning Twin Towers melted in unison.
I saw my neighbor's flag at half mast, whipping in the warm breeze.
There was no escaping it.
Somehow, the Fates, wherever they may be, conspired to have each and every one of us meet here today on the Fifth Anniversary of September 11, 2001 and share our thoughts about it.
We live in wonderful countries,the United States and Canada.
We are alive, we are safe, we are secure, and we free.
Yet, there will be more 911s in the United States, and perhaps Canada too. With technology and terrorism it is inevitable.
But, we shall survive them. For we, Americans and Canadians are men and women of strong and kindred spirit.
The Gates of Vienna shall remain closed.
For we are the Bastion of Democracy in the World.
And when we go, other darker ideologies will replace us. A forfeiture of human rights and freedom on a grand scale not yet seen in the world.
And it must not happen.
So we stand firm and proud, and remember those -- names and data courtesy of September 11 Victims.com - visit their individual profiles of the innocents -- who lives were sacrificed this day, five years ago:
AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 11, from Boston, Massachusetts, to Los Angeles, California, crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center with 92 people on board.
Charles Burlingame, 51, Herndon, Va.
David M. Charlebois, 39, Washington, D.C
Michele Heidenberger, 57, Chevy Chase, Md.
Jennifer Lewis, 38, Culpeper, Virginia
Kenneth Lewis, 49, Culpeper, Virginia
Renee A. May, 39, Baltimore, Md
Anna Williams Allison, 48, Stoneham, Massachusetts
David Angell, 54, Pasadena, California
Lynn Angell, 45, Pasadena, California
Seima Aoyama, 48, Culver City, Calif.
Myra Aronson, 52, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Christine Barbuto, 32, Brookline, Massachusetts
Carolyn Beug, 48, Los Angeles, California
Kelly Ann Booms, 24, Brookline, Mass.
Carol Bouchard, 43, Warwick, Rhode Island
Neilie Anne Heffernan Casey, 32, Wellesley, Massachusetts
Jeffrey Coombs, 42, Abington, Massachusetts
Tara Creamer, 30, Worcester, Massachusetts
Thelma Cuccinello, 71, Wilmot, New Hampshire
Patrick Currivan, 52, Winchester, Mass.
Brian Dale, 43, Warren, New Jersey
David DiMeglio, 22, Wakefield, Mass.
Donald Americo DiTullio, 49, Peabody, Mass.
Albert Dominguez, 66, Sydney, Australia
Paige Farley-Hackel, 46, Newton, Mass.
Alex Filipov, 70, Concord, Massachusetts
Carol Flyzik, 40, Plaistow, N.H.
Paul Friedman, 45, Belmont, Massachusetts
Karleton D.B. Fyfe, 31, Brookline, Massachusetts
Peter Gay, 54, Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Linda George, 27, Westboro, Massachusetts
Edmund Glazer, 41, Los Angeles, California
Lisa Fenn Gordenstein, 41, Needham, Massachusetts
Andrew Peter Charles Curry Green, 34, Santa Monica, Calif.
Peter Hashem, 40, Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Robert Hayes, 37, from Amesbury, Massachusetts
Edward (Ted) R. Hennessy, 35, Belmont, Mass.
John A. Hofer, 45, Los Angeles, Calif.
Cora Hidalgo Holland, 52, of Sudbury, Massachusetts
Nicholas Humber, 60, of Newton, Massachusetts,
Waleed Iskandar, 34, London, England
John Charles Jenkins, 45, Cambridge, Mass.
Charles Edward Jones, 48, Bedford, Mass.
Robin Kaplan, 33, Westboro, Massachusetts
Barbara Keating, 72, Palm Springs, Calif.
David P. Kovalcin, 42, Hudson, New Hampshire
Judy Larocque, 50, Framingham, Mass.
Natalie Janis Lasden, 46, Peabody, Mass.
Daniel John Lee, 34, Van Nuys, Calif.
Daniel C. Lewin, 31, Charlestown, Mass.
Susan A. MacKay, 44, Westford, Massachusetts
Christopher D. Mello, 25, Boston, Mass.
Jeff Mladenik, 43, Hinsdale, Illinois
Antonio Jesus Montoya Valdes, 46, East Boston, Mass.
Carlos Alberto Montoya, 36, Bellmont, Mass.
Laura Lee Morabito, 34, Framingham, Massachusetts
Mildred Rose Naiman, 81, Andover, Mass.
Laurie Ann Neira, 48, Los Angeles, Calif.
Renee Newell, 37, of Cranston, Rhode Island
Jacqueline J. Norton, 61, Lubec, Maine
Robert Grant Norton, 85, Lubec, Maine
Jane M. Orth, 49, Haverhill, Mass.
Thomas Pecorelli, 31, of Los Angeles, California*
Berinthia Berenson Perkins, 53, Los Angeles, Calif.
Sonia Morales Puopolo, 58, of Dover, Massachusetts
David E. Retik, 33, Needham, Mass.
Philip M. Rosenzweig, 47, Acton, Mass.
Richard Ross, 58, Newton, Massachusetts
Jessica Sachs, 22, Billerica, Massachusetts
Rahma Salie, 28, Boston, Mass.
Heather Lee Smith, 30, Boston, Mass.
Douglas J. Stone, 54, Dover, N.H
Xavier Suarez, 41, Chino Hills, Calif.
Michael Theodoridis, 32, Boston, Mass.
James Trentini, 65, Everett, Massachusetts
Mary Trentini, 67, Everett, Massachusetts
Pendyala Vamsikrishna, 30, Los Angeles, Calif.
Mary Wahlstrom, 78, Kaysville, Utah
Kenneth Waldie, 46, Methuen, Massachusetts
John Wenckus, 46, Torrance, Calif.
Candace Lee Williams, 20, Danbury, Conn.
Christopher Zarba, 47, Hopkinton, Massachusetts
Spc. Craig Amundson, 28, Fort Belvoir, Va.
Melissa Rose Barnes, 27, Redlands, Calif.
(Retired) Master Sgt. Max Beilke, 69, Laurel, Md.
Kris Romeo Bishundat, 23, Waldorf, Md.
Carrie Blagburn, 48, Temple Hills, Md.
Lt. Col. Canfield D. Boone, 54, Clifton, Va.
Donna Bowen, 42, Waldorf, Md.
Allen Boyle, 30, Fredericksburg, Va.
Christopher Lee Burford, 23, Hubert, N.C.
Daniel Martin Caballero, 21, Houston, Texas
Sgt. 1st Class Jose Orlando Calderon-Olmedo, 44, Annandale, Va.
Angelene C. Carter, 51, Forrestville, Md.
Sharon Carver, 38, Waldorf, Md.
John J. Chada, 55, Manassas, Va.
Rosa Maria (Rosemary) Chapa, 64, Springfield, Va.
Julian Cooper, 39, Springdale, Md.
Lt. Cmdr. Eric Allen Cranford, 32, Drexel, N.C
Ada M. Davis, 57, Camp Springs, Md.
Capt. Gerald Francis Deconto, 44, Sandwich, Mass.
Lt. Col. Jerry Don Dickerson, 41, Durant, Miss.
Johnnie Doctor, 32, Jacksonville, Fla.
Capt. Robert Edward Dolan, 43, Alexandria, Va.
Cmdr. William Howard Donovan, 37, Nunda, N.Y.
Cmdr. Patrick S. Dunn, 39, Springfield, Va.
Edward Thomas Earhart, 26, Salt Lick, Ky.
Lt. Cmdr. Robert Randolph Elseth, 37, Vestal, N.Y.
Jamie Lynn Fallon, 23, Woodbridge, Va.
Amelia V. Fields, 36, Dumfries, Va.
Gerald P. Fisher, 57, Potomac, Md.
Matthew Michael Flocco, 21, Newark, Del.
Sandra N. Foster, 41, Clinton, Md.
Capt. Lawrence Daniel Getzfred, 57, Elgin, Neb.
Cortz Ghee, 54, Reisterstown, Md.
Brenda C. Gibson, 59, Falls Church, Va.
Ron Golinski, 60, Columbia, Md.
Diane M. Hale-McKinzy, 38, Alexandria, Va.
Carolyn B. Halmon, 49, Washington, D.C.
Sheila Hein, 51, University Park, Md.
Ronald John Hemenway, 37, Shawnee, Kan.
Maj. Wallace Cole Hogan, 40, Fla.
Jimmie Ira Holley, 54, Lanham, Md.
Angela Houtz, 27, La Plata, Md.
Brady K. Howell, 26, Arlington, Va.
Peggie Hurt, 36, Crewe, Va.
Lt. Col. Stephen Neil Hyland, 45, Burke, Va.
Robert J. Hymel, 55, Woodbridge, Va.
Sgt. Maj. Lacey B. Ivory, 43, Woodbridge, Va.
Lt. Col. Dennis M. Johnson, 48, Port Edwards, Wis.
Judith Jones, 53, Woodbridge, Va.
Brenda Kegler, 49, Washington, D.C.
Lt. Michael Scott Lamana, 31, Baton Rouge, La.
David W. Laychak, 40, Manassas, Va.
Samantha Lightbourn-Allen, 36, Hillside, Md.
Maj. Steve Long, 39, Ga.
James Lynch, 55, Manassas, Va.
Terence M. Lynch, 49, Alexandria, Va.
Nehamon Lyons, 30, Mobile, Ala.
Shelley A. Marshall, 37, Marbury, Md.
Teresa Martin, 45, Stafford, Va.
Ada L. Mason, 50, Springfield, Va.
Lt. Col. Dean E. Mattson, 57, Calif.
Lt. Gen. Timothy J. Maude, 53, Fort Myer, Va.
Robert J. Maxwell, 53, Manassas, Va.
Molly McKenzie, 38, Dale City, Va.
Patricia E. (Patti) Mickley, 41, Springfield, Va.
Maj. Ronald D. Milam, 33, Washington, D.C.
Gerard (Jerry) P. Moran, 39, Upper Marlboro, Md.
Odessa V. Morris, 54, Upper Marlboro, Md.
Brian Anthony Moss, 34, Sperry, Okla.
Ted Moy, 48, Silver Spring, Md.
Lt. Cmdr. Patrick Jude Murphy, 38, Flossmoor, Ill
Khang Nguyen, 41, Fairfax, Va.
Michael Allen Noeth, 30, New York, N.Y.
Diana Borrero de Padro, 55, Woodbridge, Va.
Spc. Chin Sun Pak, 25, Lawton, Okla.
Lt. Jonas Martin Panik, 26, Mingoville, Pa.
Maj. Clifford L. Patterson, 33, Alexandria, Va.
Lt. J.G. Darin Howard Pontell, 26, Columbia, Md.
Scott Powell, 35, Silver Spring, Md.
(Retired) Capt. Jack Punches, 51, Clifton, Va.
Joseph John Pycior, 39, Carlstadt, N.J.
Deborah Ramsaur, 45, Annandale, Va.
Rhonda Rasmussen, 44, Woodbridge, Va.
Marsha Dianah Ratchford, 34, Prichard, Ala.
Martha Reszke, 36, Stafford, Va.
Cecelia E. Richard, 41, Fort Washington, Md.
Edward V. Rowenhorst, 32, Lake Ridge, Va.
Judy Rowlett, 44, Woodbridge, Va.
Robert E. Russell, 52, Oxon Hill, Md.
William R. Ruth, 57, Mount Airy, Md.
Charles E. Sabin, 54, Burke, Va.
Marjorie C. Salamone, 53, Springfield, Va.
Lt. Col. David M. Scales, 44, Cleveland, Ohio
Cmdr. Robert Allan Schlegel, 38, Alexandria, Va.
Janice Scott, 46, Springfield, Va.
Michael L. Selves, 53, Fairfax, Va.
Marian Serva, 47, Stafford, Va.
Cmdr. Dan Frederic Shanower, 40, Naperville, Ill.
Antoinette Sherman, 35, Forest Heights, Md.
Don Simmons, 58, Dumfries, Va.
Cheryle D. Sincock, 53, Dale City, Va.
Gregg Harold Smallwood, 44, Overland Park, Kan.
(Retired) Lt. Col. Gary F. Smith, 55, Alexandria, Va.
Patricia J. Statz, 41, Takoma Park, Md.
Edna L. Stephens, 53, Washington, D.C.
Sgt. Maj. Larry Strickland, 52, Woodbridge, Va.
Maj. Kip P. Taylor, 38, McLean, Va.
Sandra C. Taylor, 50, Alexandria, Va.
Karl W. Teepe, 57, Centreville, Va.
Sgt. Tamara Thurman, 25, Brewton, Ala.
Lt. Cmdr. Otis Vincent Tolbert, 38, Lemoore, Calif.
Willie Q. Troy, 51, Aberdeen, Md.
Lt. Cmdr. Ronald James Vauk, 37, Nampa, Idaho
Lt. Col. Karen Wagner, 40, Houston, Texas
Meta L. Waller, 60, Alexandria, Va.
Staff Sgt. Maudlyn A. White, 38, St. Croix, Virgin Islands
Sandra L. White, 44, Dumfries, Va.
Ernest M. Willcher, 62, North Potomac, Md.
Lt. Cmdr. David Lucian Williams, 32, Newport, Ore.
Maj. Dwayne Williams, 40, Jacksonville, Ala.
Marvin R. Woods, 57, Great Mills, Md.
Kevin Wayne Yokum, 27, Lake Charles, La.
Donald McArthur Young, 41, Roanoke, Va.
Lisa L. Young, 36, Germantown, Md.
Edmond Young, 22, Owings, Md.
UNITED AIRLINES FLIGHT 93, from Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco, California, crashed in rural southwest Pennsylvania, with 45 people on board.
Lorraine G. Bay, 58, East Windsor, N.J.
Sandra W. Bradshaw, 38, Greensboro, N.C.
Jason Dahl, 43, Denver, Colo.
Wanda Anita Green, 49, Linden, N.J.
Leroy Homer, 36, Marlton, N.J.
CeeCee Lyles, 33, Fort Myers, Fla.
Deborah Welsh, 49, New York, N.Y.
Christian Adams, 37, Biebelsheim, Germany
Todd Beamer, 32, Cranbury, N.J.
Alan Beaven, 48, Oakland, CA
Mark K. Bingham, 31, San Francisco, Calif.
Deora Frances Bodley, 20, San Diego, Calif.
Marion Britton, 53, New York, N.Y.
Thomas E. Burnett Jr., 38, San Ramon, Calif.
William Cashman, 57, North Bergen, N.J.
Georgine Rose Corrigan, 56, Honolulu, Hawaii
Patricia Cushing, 69, Bayonne, N.J.
Joseph Deluca, 52, Ledgewood, N.J.
Patrick Joseph Driscoll, 70, Manalapan, N.J.
Edward P. Felt, 41, Matawan, N.J.
Jane C. Folger, 73, Bayonne, N.J.
Colleen Laura Fraser, 51, Elizabeth, N.J.
Andrew Garcia, 62, Portola Valley, Calif.
Jeremy Glick, 31, Hewlett, N.J.
Lauren Grandcolas, 38, San Rafael, Calif.
Donald F. Greene, 52, Greenwich, Conn.
Linda Gronlund, 46, Warwick, N.Y.
Richard Guadagno, 38, of Eureka, Calif.
Toshiya Kuge, 20, Nishimidoriguoska, Japan
Hilda Marcin, 79, Budd Lake, N.J.
Nicole Miller, 21, San Jose, Calif.
Louis J. Nacke, 42, New Hope, Pa.
Donald Arthur Peterson, 66, Spring Lake, N.J.
Jean Hoadley Peterson, 55, Spring Lake, N.J.
Waleska Martinez Rivera, 37, Jersey City, N.J.
Mark Rothenberg, 52, Scotch Plains, N.J.
Christine Snyder, 32, Kailua, Hawaii
John Talignani, 72, New York, N.Y.
Honor Elizabeth Wainio, 27, Watchung, N.J.
Olga Kristin Gould White, 65, New York, N.Y
UNITED AIRLINES FLIGHT 175, from Boston, Massachusetts, to Los Angeles, California, was the second hijacked plane to strike the World Trade Center, plowing into the south tower. Two pilots, seven flight attendants and 56 passengers were on board.
Robert Fangman, 33, Claymont, Del.
Michael R. Horrocks, 38, Glen Mills, Pa.
Amy N. Jarret, 28, North Smithfield, R.I.
Amy R. King, 29, Stafford Springs, Conn.
Kathryn L. LaBorie, 44, Providence, R.I.
Alfred Gilles Padre Joseph Marchand, 44, Alamogordo, N.M.
Capt. Victor Saracini, 51, Lower Makefield Township, Pa.
Michael C. Tarrou, 38, Stafford Springs, Conn.
Alicia Nicole Titus, 28, San Francisco, Calif.
Alona Avraham, 30, Asdod, Israel.
Garnet Edward (Ace) Bailey, 54, Lynnfield, Mass.
Mark Bavis, 31, West Newton, Mass.
Graham Andrew Berkeley, 37, Boston, Mass.
Touri Bolourchi, 69, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Klaus Bothe, 31, Linkenheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Daniel R. Brandhorst, 41, Los Angeles, Calif
David Reed Gamboa Brandhorst, 3, Los Angeles, Calif.
John Brett Cahill, 56, Wellesley, Mass.
Christoffer Carstanjen, 33, Turner Falls, Mass.
John (Jay) J. Corcoran, 43, Norwell, Mass
Dorothy Alma DeAraujo, 80, Long Beach, Calif.
Ana Gloria Pocasangre de Barrera, 49, San Salvador, El Salvador
Lisa Frost, 22, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.
Ronald Gamboa, 33, Los Angeles, Calif.
Lynn Catherine Goodchild, 25, Attleboro, Mass.
Peter Morgan Goodrich, 33, Sudbury, Mass.
Douglas A. Gowell, 52, Methuen, Mass.
The Rev. Francis E. Grogan, 76, of Easton, Mass.
Carl Max Hammond, 37, Derry, N.H.
Peter Hanson, 32, Groton, Mass.
Sue Kim Hanson, 35, Groton, Mass.
Christine Lee Hanson, 2, Groton, Mass.
Gerald F. Hardacre, 61, Carlsbad, Calif
Eric Samadikan Hartono, 20, Boston, Mass.
James E. Hayden, 47, Westford, Mass.
Herbert W. Homer, 48, Milford, Mass
Robert Adrien Jalbert, 61, Swampscott, Mass.
Ralph Francis Kershaw, 52, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.
Heinrich Kimmig, 43, Willstaett, Germany
Brian Kinney, 29, Lowell, Mass.
Robert George LeBlanc, 70, Lee, N.H.
Maclovio Lopez, Jr., 41, Norwalk, Calif.
Marianne MacFarlane, MacFarlane, 34, Revere, Mass.
Louis Neil Mariani, 59, Derry, N.H.
Juliana Valentine McCourt, 4, New London, Conn.
Ruth Magdaline McCourt, 45, New London, Conn.
Wolfgang Peter Menzel, 59, Wilhelmshaven, Germany
Shawn M. Nassaney, 25, Pawtucket, R.I.
Marie Pappalardo, 53, Paramount, Calif.
Patrick Quigley, 40, of Wellesley, Mass.
Frederick Charles Rimmele, 32, Marblehead, Mass.
James M. Roux, 43, Portland, Maine
Jesus Sanchez, 45, Hudson, Mass.
Mary Kathleen Shearer, 61, Dover, N.H.
Robert Michael Shearer, 63, Dover, N.H.
Jane Louise Simpkin, 36, Wayland, Mass.
Brian D. Sweeney, 38, Barnstable, Mass.
Timothy Ward, 38, San Diego, Calif.
William M. Weems, 46, Marblehead, Mass
WORLD TRADE CENTER
Gordon McCannel Aamoth, 32, New York, N.Y.
Maria Rose Abad, 49, Syosset, N.Y.
Edelmiro (Ed) Abad, 54, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Anthony Abate, 37, Melville, N.Y.
Vincent Abate, 40, New York, N.Y.
Laurence Christopher Abel, 37
William F. Abrahamson, 58, Cortland Manor, N.Y.
Richard Anthony Aceto, 42, Wantagh, N.Y.
Erica Van Acker, 62, New York, N.Y.
Heinrich B. Ackermann, 38, New York, N.Y.
Paul Andrew Acquaviva, 29, Glen Rock, N.J.
Donald L. Adams, 28, Chatham, N.J.
Shannon Lewis Adams, 25, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Adams, 51, New York, N.Y.
Patrick Adams, 60, New York, N.Y.
gnatius Adanga, 62, New York, N.Y.
Christy A. Addamo, 28, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Terence E. Adderley, 22, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Sophia B. Addo, 36, New York, N.Y.
Lee Adler, 48, Springfield, N.J.
Daniel Thomas Afflitto, 32, Manalapan, N.J.
Emmanuel Afuakwah, 37, New York, N.Y.
Alok Agarwal, 36, Jersey City, N.J.
Mukul Agarwala, 37, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Agnello, 35, New York, N.Y.
David Scott Agnes, 46, New York, N.Y.
Joao A. Aguiar Jr., 30, Red Bank, N.J.
Lt. Brian G. Ahearn, 43, Huntington, N.Y.
Jeremiah J. Ahern, 74, Cliffside Park, N.J.
Joanne Ahladiotis, 27, New York, N.Y.
Shabbir Ahmed, 47, New York, N.Y.
Terrance Andre Aiken, 30, New York, N.Y.
Godwin Ajala, 33, New York, N.Y.
Gertrude M. Alagero, 37, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Alameno, 37, Westfield, N.J.
Margaret Ann (Peggy) Jezycki Alario, 41, New York, N.Y.
Gary Albero, 39, Emerson, N.J.
Jon L. Albert, 46, Upper Nyack, N.Y.
Peter Craig Alderman, 25, New York, N.Y.
Jacquelyn Delaine Aldridge, 46, New York, N.Y.
Grace Alegre-Cua, 40, Glen Rock, N.J.
David D. Alger, 57, New York, N.Y.
Ernest Alikakos, 43, New York, N.Y.
Edward L. Allegretto, 51, Colonia, N.J.
Eric Allen, 44, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Ryan Allen, 39, New York, N.Y.
Richard Lanard Allen, 30, New York, N.Y.
Richard Dennis Allen, 31, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Edward Allingham, 36, River Edge, N.J.
Janet M. Alonso, 41, Stony Point, N.Y.
Anthony Alvarado, 31, New York, N.Y.
Antonio Javier Alvarez, 23, New York, N.Y.
Telmo Alvear, 25, New York, N.Y.
Cesar A. Alviar, 60, Bloomfield, N.J.
Tariq Amanullah, 40, Metuchen, N.J.
Angelo Amaranto, 60, New York, N.Y.
James Amato, 43, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Joseph Amatuccio, 41, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Charles Amoroso, 29, New York, N.Y.
Kazuhiro Anai, 42, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Calixto Anaya, 35, Suffern, N.Y.
Jorge Octavio Santos Anaya, 25, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico
Joseph Peter Anchundia, 26, New York, N.Y.
Kermit Charles Anderson, 57, Green Brook, N.J.
Yvette Anderson, 53, New York, N.Y.
John Andreacchio, 52, New York, N.Y.
Michael Rourke Andrews, 34, Belle Harbor, N.Y.
Jean A. Andrucki, 42, Hoboken, N.J.
Siew-Nya Ang, 37, East Brunswick, N.J.
Joseph Angelini, 38, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Joseph Angelini, 63, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Laura Angilletta, 23, New York, N.Y.
Doreen J. Angrisani, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lorraine D. Antigua, 32, Middletown, N.J.
Peter Paul Apollo, 26, Hoboken, N.J.
Faustino Apostol, 55, New York, N.Y.
Frank Thomas Aquilino, 26, New York, N.Y.
Patrick Michael Aranyos, 26, New York, N.Y.
David Gregory Arce, 36, New York, N.Y.
Michael G. Arczynski, 45, Little Silver, N.J.
Louis Arena, 32, New York, N.Y.
Adam Arias, 37, Staten Island, N.Y.
Michael J. Armstrong, 34, New York, N.Y.
Jack Charles Aron, 52, Bergenfield, N.J.
Joshua Aron, 29, New York, N.Y.
Richard Avery Aronow, 48, Mahwah, N.J.
Japhet J. Aryee, 49, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Carl Asaro, 39, Middletown, N.Y.
Michael A. Asciak, 47, Ridgefield, N.J.
Michael Edward Asher, 53, Monroe, N.Y.
Janice Ashley, 25, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Thomas J. Ashton, 21, New York, N.Y.
Manuel O. Asitimbay, 36, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Gregg Arthur Atlas, 45, Howells, N.Y.
Gerald Atwood, 38, New York, N.Y.
James Audiffred, 38, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth W. Van Auken, 47, East Brunswick, N.J.
Louis F. Aversano, Jr, 58, Manalapan, N.J.
Ezra Aviles, 41, Commack, N.Y.
Ayodeji Awe, 42, New York, N.Y.
Samuel (Sandy) Ayala, 36, New York, N.Y.
Arlene T. Babakitis, 47, Secaucus, N.J.
Eustace (Rudy) Bacchus, 48, Metuchen, N.J.
John James Badagliacca, 35, New York, N.Y.
Jane Ellen Baeszler, 43, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Baierwalter, 44, Albertson, N.Y.
Andrew J. Bailey, 29, New York, N.Y.
Brett T. Bailey, 28, Bricktown, N.J.
Tatyana Bakalinskaya, 43, New York, N.Y
Michael S. Baksh, 36, Englewood, N.J.
Sharon Balkcom, 43, White Plains, N.Y.
Michael Andrew Bane, 33, Yardley, Pa.
Kathy Bantis, 44, Chicago, Ill.
Gerard Jean Baptiste, 35, New York, N.Y.
Walter Baran, 42, New York, N.Y.
Gerard A. Barbara, 53, New York, N.Y.
Paul V. Barbaro, 35, Holmdel, N.J.
James W. Barbella, 53, Oceanside, N.Y.
Ivan Kyrillos Fairbanks Barbosa, 30, Jersey City, N.J.
Victor Daniel Barbosa, 23, New York, N.Y.
Colleen Ann Barkow, 26, East Windsor, N.J.
David Michael Barkway, 34, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Matthew Barnes, 37, Monroe, N.Y.
Sheila Patricia Barnes, 55, Bay Shore, N.Y.
Evan J. Baron, 38, Bridgewater, N.J.
Renee Barrett-Arjune, 41, Irvington, N.J.
Arthur T. Barry, 35, New York, N.Y.
Diane G. Barry, 60, New York, N.Y
Maurice Vincent Barry, 49, Rutherford, N.J.
Scott D. Bart, 28, Malverne, N.Y.
Carlton W. Bartels, 44, New York, N.Y.
Guy Barzvi, 29, New York, N.Y.
Inna Basina, 43, New York, N.Y.
Alysia Basmajian, 23, Bayonne, N.J.
Kenneth William Basnicki, 48, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Lt. Steven J. Bates, 42, New York, N.Y.
Paul James Battaglia, 22, New York, N.Y.
W. David Bauer, 45, Rumson, N.J.
Ivhan Luis Carpio Bautista, 24, New York, N.Y.
Marlyn C. Bautista, 46, Iselin, N.J.
Jasper Baxter, 45, Philadelphia, Pa.
Michele (Du Berry) Beale, 37, Essex, Britain
Paul F. Beatini, 40, Park Ridge, N.J.
Jane S. Beatty, 53, Belford, N.J.
Larry I. Beck, 38, Baldwin, N.Y.
Manette Marie Beckles, 43, Rahway, N.J.
Carl John Bedigian, 35, New York, N.Y.
Michael Beekman, 39, New York, N.Y.
Maria Behr, 41, Milford, N.J.
Yelena Belilovsky, 38, Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Nina Patrice Bell, 39, New York, N.Y.
Andrea Della Bella, 59, Jersey City, N.J.
Debbie S. Bellows, 30, East Windsor, N.J.
Stephen Elliot Belson, 51, New York, N.Y.
Paul Michael Benedetti, 32, New York, N.Y.
Denise Lenore Benedetto, 40, New York, N.Y.
Bryan Craig Bennett, 25, New York, N.Y.
Oliver Duncan Bennett, 29, London, England
Eric L. Bennett, 29, New York, N.Y.
Margaret L. Benson, 52, Rockaway, N.J.
Dominick J. Berardi, 25, New York, N.Y.
James Patrick Berger, 44, Lower Makefield, Pa.
Steven Howard Berger, 45, Manalapan, N.J.
ohn P. Bergin, 39, New York, N.Y.
Alvin Bergsohn, 48, Baldwin Harbor, N.Y.
Daniel D. Bergstein, 38, Teaneck, N.J.
Michael J. Berkeley, 38, New York, N.Y.
Donna Bernaerts-Kearns, 44, Hoboken, N.J.
David W. Bernard, 57, Chelmsford, Mass.
William Bernstein, 44, New York, N.Y.
David M. Berray, 39, New York, N.Y.
David S. Berry, 43, New York, N.Y.
Joseph J. Berry, 55, Saddle River, N.J.
William Reed Bethke, 36, Hamilton, N.J.
Timothy D. Betterly, 42, Little Silver, N.J.
Edward F. Beyea, 42, New York, N.Y.
Paul Michael Beyer, 37, New York, N.Y.
Anil T. Bharvaney, 41, East Windsor, N.J.
Bella Bhukhan, 24, Union, N.J.
Shimmy D. Biegeleisen, 42, New York, N.Y.
Peter Alexander Bielfeld, 44, New York, N.Y.
William Biggart, 54, New York, N.Y
Brian Bilcher, 36, New York, N.Y.
Carl Vincent Bini, 44, New York, N.Y.
Gary Bird, 51, Tempe, Ariz.
Joshua David Birnbaum, 24, New York, N.Y.
George Bishop, 52, Granite Springs, N.Y.
Jeffrey D. Bittner, 27, New York, N.Y.
Balewa Albert Blackman, 26, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Joseph Blackwell, 42, Patterson, N.Y.
Susan L. Blair, 35, East Brunswick, N.J.
Harry Blanding, 38, Blakeslee, Pa.
Janice L. Blaney, 55, Williston Park, N.Y.
Craig Michael Blass, 27, Greenlawn, N.Y.
Rita Blau, 52, New York, N.Y.
Richard M. Blood, 38, Ridgewood, N.J.
Michael A. Boccardi, 30, Bronxville, N.Y.
John Paul Bocchi, 38, New Vernon, N.J.
Michael L. Bocchino, 45, New York, N.Y.
Susan Mary Bochino, 36, New York, N.Y.
Bruce Douglas (Chappy) Boehm, 49, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Mary Katherine Boffa, 45, New York, N.Y.
Nicholas A. Bogdan, 34, Browns Mills, N.J.
Darren C. Bohan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Lawrence Francis Boisseau, 36, Freehold, N.J.
Vincent M. Boland, 25, Ringwood, N.J.
Alan Bondarenko, 53, Flemington, N.J.
Andre Bonheur, 40, New York, N.Y.
Colin Arthur Bonnett, 39, New York, N.Y.
Frank Bonomo, 42, Port Jefferson, N.Y.
Yvonne L. Bonomo, 30, New York, N.Y.
Sean Booker, 35, Irvington, N.J.
Sherry Ann Bordeaux, 38, Jersey City, N.J.
Krystine C. Bordenabe, 33, Old Bridge, N.J.
Martin Boryczewski, 29, Parsippany, N.J.
Richard E. Bosco, 34, Suffern, N.Y.
John Howard Boulton, 29, New York, N.Y.
Francisco Bourdier, 41, New York, N.Y.
Thomas H. Bowden, 36, Wyckoff, N.J.
Kimberly S. Bowers, 31, Islip, N.Y.
Veronique (Bonnie) Nicole Bowers, 28, New York, N.Y.
Larry Bowman, 46, New York, N.Y.
Shawn Edward Bowman, 28, New York, N.Y.
Kevin L. Bowser, 45, Philadelphia, Pa.
Gary R. Box, 37, Northellmore, N.Y.
Gennady Boyarsky, 34, New York, N.Y.
Pamela Boyce, 43, Nework, N.Y.
Michael Boyle, 37, Westbury, N. Y.
Alfred Braca, 54, Leonar, N.J.
Sandra Conaty Brace, 60, W. York, N.Y.
Kevin H. Bracken, 37, Nework, N.Y.
David Brian Brady, 41, Sumt, N.J.
Alexander Braginsky, 38, Staord, Conn.
Nicholas W. Brandemarti, 21, ntua, N.J.
Michelle Renee Bratton, 23, Yoers, N.Y.
Patrice Braut, 31, New York, N.Y.
Lydia Estelle Bravo, 50, Dunellen, N.Y.
Ronald Michael Breitweiser, 39, Midetown Township, N.J.
Edward A. Brennan, 37, New York, NY.
Frank H. Brennan, 50, New York, N.Y.
Michael Emmett Brennan, 27, New York, N.Y.
ter Brennan, 30, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Tmas M. Brennan, 32, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Ca. Daniel Brethel, 43, Farmingdale, N.Y.
GarL. Bright, 36, Union City, N.J.
Jonaan Eric Briley, 43, Mount Vernon, N.Y.
Mark. Brisman, 34, Armonk, N.Y.
Paul Gy Bristow, 27, New York, N.Y.
Victorialvarez Brito, 38, New York, N.Y.
Mark Frais Broderick, 42, Old Bridge, N.J.
Herman C.roghammer, 58, North Merrick, N.Y.
Keith Brooield, 49, New York, N.Y.
Janice J. Bro, 35, New York, N.Y.
Lloyd Brown, , Bronxville, N.Y.
Capt. Patrick J. Brown, 48, New York, N.Y.
Bettina Browne, 9, Atlantic Beach, N.Y.
Mark Bruce, 40, Summit, N.J.
Richard Bruehert, 38, Westbury, N.Y.
Andrew Brunn, 28
Capt. Vincent Brunton, 43 New York, N.Y.
Ronald Paul Bucca, 47, Tuahoe, N.Y.
Brandon J. Buchanan, 24, New York, N.Y.
Greg Joseph Buck, 37, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Buckley, 38, Chatham, N.J.
Nancy Bueche, 43, Hicksville, N.Y.
Patrick Joseph Buhse, 36, Lincro, N.J.
John E. Bulaga, 35, Paterson, N.J.
Stephen Bunin, 45, New York, N.Y
Thomas Daniel Burke, 38, Bedford Hills, N.Y.
Capt. William F. Burke, 46, New York, N.Y.
Matthew J. Burke, 28, New York, N.Y.
Donald James Burns, 61, Nissequogue N.Y.
Kathleen A. Burns, 49, New York, N.Y.
Keith James Burns, 39, East Rutherford, N.J.
John Patrick Burnside, 36, New York, N.Y.
Irina Buslo, 32, New York, N.Y.
Milton Bustillo, 37, New York, N.Y.
Thomas M. Butler, 37, Kings Park, N.Y.
Patrick Byrne, 39, New York, N.Y.
Timothy G. Byrne, 36, Manhattan, N.Y.
Jesus Cabezas, 66, New York, N.Y.
Lillian Caceres, 48, New York, N.Y
Brian Joseph Cachia, 26, New York, N.Y.
Steven Cafiero, 31, New York, N.Y.
Richard M. Caggiano, 25, New York, N.Y.
Cecile M. Caguicla, 55, Boonton, N.J.
Michael John Cahill, 37, East Williston, N.Y.
Scott W. Cahill, 30, West Caldwell, N.J.
Thomas J. Cahill, 36, Franklin Lakes, N.J.
George Cain, 35, Massapequa, N.Y.
Salvatore B. Calabro, 38, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Calandrillo, 49, Hawley, Pa.
Philip V. Calcagno, 57, New York, N.Y.
Edward Calderon, 44, Jersey City, N.J.
Kenneth Marcus Caldwell, 30, New York, N.Y.
Dominick E. Calia, 40, Manalapan, N.J.
Felix (Bobby) Calixte, 38, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Frank Callahan, 51, New York, N.Y.
Liam Callahan, 44, Rockaway, N.J.
Luigi Calvi, 34, East Rutherford, N.J.
Roko Camaj, 60, Manhasset, N.Y.
Michael Cammarata, 22, Huguenot, N.Y.
David Otey Campbell, 51, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Geoffrey Thomas Campbell, 31, New York, N.Y.
Sandra Patricia Campbell, 45, New York, N.Y.
Jill Marie Campbell, 31, New York, N.Y.
Robert Arthur Campbell, 25, New York, N.Y.
Juan Ortega Campos, 32, New York, N.Y.
Sean Canavan, 39, New York, N.Y.
John A. Candela, 42, Glen Ridge, N.J.
Vincent Cangelosi, 30, New York, N.Y.
Stephen J. Cangialosi, 40, Middletown, N.J.
Lisa B. Cannava, 30, New York, N.Y.
Brian Cannizzaro, 30, New York, N.Y.
Michael R. Canty, 30, Schenectady, N.Y.
Louis A. Caporicci, 35, New York, N.Y.
Jonathan N. Cappello, 23, Garden City, N.Y.
James Christopher Cappers, 33, Wading River, N.Y.
Richard M. Caproni, 34, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Jose Cardona, 32, New York, N.Y.
Dennis M Carey, 51, Wantagh, N.Y.
Edward Carlino, 46, New York, N.Y.
Michael Scott Carlo, 34, New York, N.Y.
David G. Carlone, 46, Randolph, N.J.
Rosemarie C. Carlson, 40, New York, N.Y.
Mark Stephen Carney, 41, Rahway, N.J.
Joyce Ann Carpeneto, 40, New York, N.Y.
Alicia Acevedo Carranza, Teziutlan, Puebla, Mexico
Jeremy M. Carrington, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael T. Carroll, 39, New York, N.Y.
Peter Carroll, 42, New York, N.Y.
James J. Carson, 32, Massapequa, N.Y.
James Marcel Cartier, 26, New York, N.Y.
Vivian Casalduc, 45, New York, N.Y.
John F. Casazza, 38, Colts Neck, N.J.
Paul Cascio, 23, Manhasset, N.Y.
Kathleen Hunt Casey, 43, Middletown, N.J.
Margarito Casillas, 54, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Thomas Anthony Casoria, 29, New York, N.Y.
William Otto Caspar, 57, Eatontown, N.J.
Alejandro Castano, 35, Englewood, N.J.
Arcelia Castillo, 49, Elizabeth, N.J.
Leonard M. Castrianno, 30, New York, N.Y.
Jose Ramon Castro, 37, New York, N.Y.
Richard G. Catarelli, 47, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Sean Caton, 34, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Caufield, 48, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Mary Teresa Caulfield, 58, New York, N.Y.
Judson Cavalier, 26, Huntington, N.Y.
Michael Joseph Cawley, 32, Bellmore, N.Y.
Jason D. Cayne, 32, Morganville, N.J.
Juan Armando Ceballos, 47, New York, N.Y.
Marcia G. Cecil-Carter, 34, New York, N.Y.
Jason Cefalu, 30, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Thomas J. Celic, 43, New York, N.Y.
Ana M. Centeno, 38, Bayonne, N.J.
Joni Cesta, 37, Bellmore, N.Y.
Jeffrey M. Chairnoff, 35, West Windsor, N.J.
Swarna Chalasani, 33, Jersey City, N.J.
William Chalcoff, 41, Roslyn, N.Y.
Eli Chalouh, 23, New York, N.Y.
Charles Lawrence (Chip) Chan, 23, New York, N.Y.
Mandy Chang, 40, New York, N.Y.
Mark L. Charette, 38, Millburn, N.J.
Gregorio Manuel Chavez, 48, New York, N.Y.
Jayceryll M. de Chavez, 24, Carteret, N.J.
Pedro Francisco Checo, 35, New York, N.Y.
Douglas MacMillan Cherry, 38, Maplewood, N.J.
Stephen Patrick Cherry, 41, Stamford, Conn.
Vernon Paul Cherry, 49, New York, N.Y.
Nestor Chevalier, 30, New York, N.Y.
Swede Joseph Chevalier, 26, Locust, N.J.
Alexander H. Chiang, 51, New City, N.Y.
Dorothy J. Chiarchiaro, 61, Glenwood, N.J.
Luis Alfonso Chimbo, 39, New York, N.Y.
Robert Chin, 33, New York, N.Y.
Wing Wai (Eddie) Ching, 29, Union, N.J.
Nicholas P. Chiofalo, 39, Selden, N.Y.
John Chipura, 39, New York, N.Y.
Peter A. Chirchirillo, 47, Langhorne, Pa.
Catherine E. Chirls, 47, Princeton, N.J.
Kyung (Kaccy) Cho, 30, Clifton, N.J.
Abul K. Chowdhury, 30, New York, N.Y.
Mohammed Salahuddin Chowdhury, 38, New York, N.Y.
Kirsten L. Christophe, 39, Maplewood, N.J.
Pamela Chu, 31, New York, N.Y.
Steven Paul Chucknick, 44, Cliffwood Beach, N.J.
Wai-ching Chung, 36, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Ciafardini, 30, New York, N.Y.
Alex F. Ciccone, 38, New Rochelle, N.Y.
Frances Ann Cilente, 26, New York, N.Y.
Elaine Cillo, 40, New York, N.Y.
Edna Cintron, 46, New York, N.Y.
Nestor Andre Cintron, 26, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Robert Dominick Cirri, 39, Nutley, N.J.
Juan Pablo Alvarez Cisneros, 23, Weehawken, N.J.
Gregory Alan Clark, 40, Teaneck, N.J.
Mannie Leroy Clark, 54, New York, N.Y.
Thomas R. Clark, 37, Summit, N.J.
Eugene Clark, 47, New York, N.Y.
Benjamin Keefe Clark, 39, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Robert Clarke, 34, Philadelphia, Pa.
Donna Clarke, 39, New York, N.Y.
Michael Clarke, 27, Prince's Bay, N.Y.
Suria R.E. Clarke, 30, New York, N.Y.
Kevin Francis Cleary, 38, New York, N.Y.
Geoffrey W. Cloud, 36, Stamford, Conn.
Susan M. Clyne, 42, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Steven Coakley, 36, Deer Park, N.Y.
Jeffrey Coale, 31, Souderton, Pa.
Patricia A. Cody, 46, Brigantine, N.J.
Daniel Michael Coffey, 54, Newburgh, N.Y.
Jason Matthew Coffey, 25, Newburgh, N.Y.
Florence Cohen, 62, New York, N.Y.
Kevin Sanford Cohen, 28, Edison, N.J.
Anthony Joseph Coladonato, 47, New York, N.Y.
Mark J. Colaio, 34, New York, N.Y.
Stephen J. Colaio, 32, Montauk, N.Y.
Christopher M. Colasanti, 33, Hoboken, N.J.
Michel Paris Colbert, 39, West New York, N.J.
Kevin Nathaniel Colbert, 25, New York, N.Y.
Keith Eugene Coleman, 34, Warren, N.J.
Scott Thomas Coleman, 31, New York, N.Y.
Tarel Coleman, 32
Liam Joseph Colhoun, 34, Flushing,, N.Y.
Robert D. Colin, 49, West Babylon, N.Y.
Robert J. Coll, 35, Glen Ridge, N.J.
Jean Marie Collin, 42, New York, N.Y.
John Michael Collins, 42, New York, N.Y.
Michael L. Collins, 38, Montclair, N.J.
Thomas J. Collins, 36, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Collison, 50, New York, N.Y.
Patricia Malia Colodner, 39, New York, N.Y.
Linda M. Colon, 46, Perrineville, N.J.
Soledi Colon, 39, New York, N.Y.
Ronald Comer, 56, Northport, N.Y.
Jaime Concepcion, 46, New York, N.Y.
Albert Conde, 62, Englishtown, N.J.
Denease Conley, 44, New York, N.Y.
Susan Clancy Conlon, 41, New York, N.Y.
Margaret Mary Conner, 57, New York, N.Y.
John E. Connolly, 46, Allenwood, N.J.
Cynthia L. Connolly, 40, Metuchen, N.J.
James Lee Connor, 38, Summit, N.J.
Jonathan (J.C.) Connors, 55, Old Brookville, N.Y.
Kevin P. Connors, 55, Greenwich, Conn.
Kevin Francis Conroy, 47, New York, N.Y.
Brenda E. Conway, 40, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Michael Cook, 33, Colts Neck, N.J.
Helen D. Cook, 24, New York, N.Y.
John A. Cooper, 40, Bayonne, N.J.
Joseph J. Coppo, 47, New Canaan, Conn.
Gerard J. Coppola, 46, New Providence, N.J.
Joseph Albert Corbett, 28, Islip, N.Y.
Alejandro Cordero, 23, New York, N.Y.
Robert Cordice, 28, New York, N.Y.
Ruben D. Correa, 44, New York, N.Y.
Danny A. Correa-Gutierrez, 25, Fairview, N.J.
James Corrigan, 60, New York, N.Y.
Carlos Cortes, 57, New York, N.Y.
Kevin M. Cosgrove, 46, West Islip, N.Y.
Dolores Marie Costa, 53, Middletown, N.J.
Digna Alexandra Rivera Costanza, 25, New York, N.Y.
Charles Gregory Costello, 46, Old Bridge, N.J.
Michael S. Costello, 27, Hoboken, N.J.
Conrod K.H. Cottoy, 51, New York, N.Y.
Martin Coughlan, 54, New York, N.Y.
Sgt. John Gerard Coughlin, 43, Pomona, N.Y.
Timothy John Coughlin, 42, New York, N.Y.
James E. Cove, 48, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Andre Cox, 29, New York, N.Y.
Frederick John Cox, 27, New York, N.Y.
James Raymond Coyle, 26, New York, N.Y.
Michelle Coyle-Eulau, 38, Garden City, N.Y.
Anne M. Cramer, 47, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Seton Cramer, 34, Manahawkin, N.J.
Denise Crant, 46, Hackensack, N.J.
Robert James Crawford, 62, New York, N.Y.
James L. Crawford, 33, Madison, N.J.
Joanne Mary Cregan, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lucia Crifasi, 51, Glendale, N.Y.
Lt. John Crisci, 48, Holbrook, N.Y.
Daniel Hal Crisman, 25, New York, N.Y.
Dennis A. Cross, 60, Islip Terrace, N.Y.
Helen Crossin-Kittle, 34, Larchmont, N.Y.
Kevin Raymond Crotty, 43, Summit, N.J.
Thomas G. Crotty, 42, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
John Crowe, 57, Rutherford, N.J.
Welles Remy Crowther, 24, Upper Nyack, N.Y.
Robert L. Cruikshank, 64, New York, N.Y.
Francisco Cruz, 47, New York, N.Y.
John Robert Cruz, 32, Jersey City, N.J.
Kenneth John Cubas, 48, Woodstock, N.Y.
Richard Joseph Cudina, 46, Glen Gardner, N.J.
Neil James Cudmore, 38, Port Washington, N.Y.
Thomas Patrick Cullen, 31, New York, N.Y.
Joan McConnell Cullinan, 47, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Joyce Cummings, 65
Brian Thomas Cummins, 38, Manasquan, N.J.
Nilton Albuquerque Fernao Cunha, 41
Michael Joseph Cunningham, 39, Princeton Junction, N.J.
Robert Curatolo, 31, New York, N.Y.
Laurence Curia, 41, Garden City, N.Y.
Paul Dario Curioli, 53, Norwalk, Conn.
Beverly Curry, 41, New York, N.Y.
Sgt. Michael Curtin, 45, Medford, N.Y.
Gavin Cushny, 47, Hoboken, N.J.
Caleb Arron Dack, 39, Montclair, N.J.
Carlos S. DaCosta, 41, Elizabeth, N.J.
John D'Allara, 47, Pearl River, N.J.
Vincent D'Amadeo, 36, East Patchoque, N.Y.
Thomas A. Damaskinos, 33, Matawan, N.J.
Jack L. D'Ambrosi, 45, Woodcliff Lake, N.J.
Jeannine Marie Damiani-Jones, 28, New York, N.Y.
Patrick W. Danahy, 35, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Nana Kwuku Danso, 47, New York, N.Y.
Mary D'Antonio, 55, New York, N.Y.
Vincent G. Danz, 38, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Dwight Donald Darcy, 55, Bronxville, N.Y.
Elizabeth Ann Darling, 28, Newark, N.J.
Annette Andrea Dataram, 25, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Edward Alexander D'Atri, 38, New York, N.Y.
Michael D. D'Auria, 25, New York, N.Y.
Lawrence Davidson, 51, New York, N.Y.
Michael Allen Davidson, 27, Westfield, N.J.
Scott Matthew Davidson, 33, New York, N.Y.
Titus Davidson, 55, New York, N.Y.
Niurka Davila, 47, New York, N.Y.
Clinton Davis, 38, New York, N.Y.
Wayne Terrial Davis, 29, Fort Meade, Md.
Calvin Dawson, 46, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Richard Dawson, 32, Southampton, Hampshire, England
Edward James Day, 45, New York, N.Y.
Emerita (Emy) De La Pena, 32, New York, N.Y.
Melanie Louise De Vere, 30, London, England
William T. Dean, 35, Floral Park, N.Y.
Robert J. DeAngelis, 48, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Thomas P. Deangelis, 51, Westbury, N.Y.
Tara Debek, 35, Babylon, N.Y.
Anna Debin, 30, East Farmingdale, N.Y.
James V. DeBlase, 45, Manalapan, N.J.
Paul DeCola, 39, Ridgewood, N.Y.
Simon Dedvukaj, 26, Mohegan Lake, N.Y.
Jason Christopher DeFazio, 29, New York, N.Y.
David A. Defeo, 37, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer DeJesus, 23, New York, N.Y.
Monique E. DeJesus, 28, New York, N.Y.
Nereida DeJesus, 30, New York, N.Y.
Donald A. Delapenha, 37, Allendale, N.Y.
Vito Joseph Deleo, 41, New York, N.Y.
Danielle Delie, 47, New York, N.Y.
Colleen Ann Deloughery, 41, Bayonne, N.J.
Francis (Frank) Albert DeMartini, 49, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Demas, 61, New York, N.Y.
Martin DeMeo, 47, Farmingville, N.Y.
Francis X. Deming, 47, Franklin Lakes, N.J.
Carol K. Demitz, 49, New York, N.Y.
Kevin Dennis, 43, Peapack, N.J.
Thomas F. Dennis, 43, Setauket, N.Y.
Jean C. DePalma, 42, Newfoundland, N.J.
Jose Nicolas Depena, 42, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Deraney, 43, New York, N.Y.
Michael DeRienzo, 37, Hoboken, N.J.
David Paul Derubbio, 38, New York, N.Y.
Jemal Legesse DeSantis, 28, Jersey City, N.J.
Christian L. DeSimone, 23, Ringwood, N.J.
Edward DeSimone, 36, Atlantic Highlands, N.J.
Lt. Andrew Desperito, 44, Patchogue, N.Y.
Michael Jude D'Esposito, 32, Morganville, N.J.
Cindy Ann Deuel, 28, New York, N.Y.
Jerry DeVito, 66, New York, N.Y.
Robert P. Devitt, 36, Plainsboro, N.J.
Dennis Lawrence Devlin, 51, Washingtonville, N.Y.
Gerard Dewan, 35, New York, N.Y.
Simon Suleman Ali Kassamali Dhanani, 62, Hartsdale, N.Y.
Michael L. DiAgostino, 41, Garden City, N.Y.
Matthew Diaz, 33, New York, N.Y.
Nancy Diaz, 28, New York, N.Y.
Obdulio Ruiz Diaz, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lourdes Galletti Diaz, 32, New York, N.Y.
Michael Diaz-Piedra, 49
Judith Belguese Diaz-Sierra, 32, Bay Shore, N.Y.
Patricia F. DiChiaro, 63, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Dermot Dickey, 50, Manhasset, N.Y.
Lawrence Patrick Dickinson, 35, Morganville, N.J.
Michael David Diehl, 48, Brick, N.J.
John DiFato, 39, New York, N.Y.
Vincent F. DiFazio, 43, Hampton, N.J.
Carl DiFranco, 27, New York, N.Y.
Donald J. DiFranco, 43, New York, N.Y.
Debra Ann DiMartino, 36, New York, N.Y.
Stephen P. Dimino, 48, Basking Ridge, N.J.
William J. Dimmling, 47, Garden City, N.Y.
Christopher Dincuff, 31, Jersey City, N.J.
Jeffrey M. Dingle, 32, New York, N.Y.
Anthony DiOnisio, 38, Glen Rock, N.J.
George DiPasquale, 33, New York, N.Y.
Joseph DiPilato, 57, New York, N.Y.
Douglas Frank DiStefano, 24, Hoboken, N.J.
Ramzi A. Doany, 35, Bayonne, N.J., Jordanian
John J. Doherty, 58, Hartsdale, N.Y.
Melissa C. Doi, 32, New York, N.Y.
Brendan Dolan, 37, Glen Rock, N.J.
Neil Dollard, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
James Joseph Domanico, 56, New York, N.Y.
Benilda Pascua Domingo, 37, New York, N.Y.
Charles (Carlos) Dominguez, 34, East Meadow, N.Y.
Geronimo (Jerome) Mark Patrick Dominguez, 37, Holtsville, N.Y.
Lt. Kevin W. Donnelly, 43, New York, N.Y.
Jacqueline Donovan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Dorf, 39, New Milford, N.J.
Thomas Dowd, 37, Monroe, N.Y.
Lt. Kevin Christopher Dowdell, 46, New York, N.Y.
Mary Yolanda Dowling, 46, New York, N.Y.
Raymond M. Downey, 63, Deer Park, N.Y.
Joseph M. Doyle, 25, New York, N.Y.
Frank Joseph Doyle, 39, Englewood, N.J.
Randy Drake, 37, Lee's Summit, Mo.
Stephen Patrick Driscoll, 38, Lake Carmel, N.Y.
Mirna A. Duarte, 31, New York, N.Y.
Luke A. Dudek, 50, Livingston, N.J.
Christopher Michael Duffy, 23, New York, N.Y.
Gerard Duffy, 53, Manorville, N.Y.
Michael Joseph Duffy, 29, Northport, N.Y.
Thomas W. Duffy, 52, Pittsford, N.Y.
Antoinette Duger, 44, Belleville, N.J.
Jackie Sayegh Duggan, 34
Sareve Dukat, 53, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Joseph Dunne, 28, Mineola, N.Y.
Richard A. Dunstan, 54, New Providence, N.J.
Patrick Thomas Dwyer, 37, Nissequogue, N.Y.
Joseph Anthony Eacobacci, 26, New York, N.Y.
John Bruce Eagleson, 53, Middlefield, Conn.
Robert D. Eaton, 37, Manhasset, N.Y.
Dean P. Eberling, 44, Cranford, N.J.
Margaret Ruth Echtermann, 33, Hoboken, N.J.
Paul Robert Eckna, 28, West New York, N.J.
Constantine (Gus) Economos, 41, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Michael Edwards, 35, Huntington, N.Y.
Michael Hardy Edwards, 33, New York, N.Y.
Lisa Egan, 31, Cliffside Park, N.J.
Capt. Martin Egan, 36, New York, N.Y.
Michael Egan, 51, Middletown, N.J.
Christine Egan, 55, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Samantha Egan, 24, Jersey City, N.J.
Carole Eggert, 60, New York, N.Y.
Lisa Caren Weinstein Ehrlich, 36, New York, N.Y.
John Ernst (Jack) Eichler, 69, Cedar Grove, N.J.
Eric Adam Eisenberg, 32, Commack, N.Y.
Daphne F. Elder, 36, Newark, N.J.
Michael J. Elferis, 27, College Point, N.Y.
Mark J. Ellis, 26, South Huntington, N.Y.
Valerie Silver Ellis, 46, New York, N.Y.
Albert Alfy William Elmarry, 30, North Brunswick, N.J.
Edgar H. Emery, 45, Clifton, N.J.
Doris Suk-Yuen Eng, 30, New York, N.Y.
Christopher S. Epps, 29, New York, N.Y.
Ulf Ramm Ericson, 79, Greenwich, Conn.
Erwin L. Erker, 41, Farmingdale, N.Y.
William J. Erwin, 30, Verona, N.J.
Sarah (Ali) Escarcega, 35, New York, N.Y.
Jose Espinal, 31
Fanny M. Espinoza, 29, Teaneck, N.J.
Francis Esposito, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Michael Esposito, 41, New York, N.Y.
William Esposito, 51, Bellmore, N.Y.
Brigette Ann Esposito, 34, New York, N.Y.
Ruben Esquilin, 35, New York, N.Y.
Sadie Ette, 36, New York, N.Y.
Barbara G. Etzold, 43, Jersey City, N.J.
Eric Brian Evans, 31, Weehawken, N.J.
Robert Edward Evans, 36, Franklin Square, N.Y.
Meredith Emily June Ewart, 29, Hoboken, N.J
Catherine K. Fagan, 58, New York, N.Y.
Patricia M. Fagan, 55, Toms River, N.J.
Keith G. Fairben, 24, Floral Park, N.Y.
William Fallon, 38, Coram, N.Y.
William F. Fallon, 53, Rocky Hill, N.J.
Anthony J. Fallone, 39, New York, N.Y.
Dolores B. Fanelli, 38, Farmingville, N.Y.
John Joseph Fanning, 54, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Kathleen (Kit) Faragher, 33, Denver, Colo.
Capt. Thomas Farino, 37, Bohemia, N.Y.
Nancy Carole Farley, 45, Jersey City, N.J.
Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Farmer, 62, New York, N.Y.
Douglas Farnum, 33, New York. N.Y.
John W. Farrell, 41, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Terrence Patrick Farrell, 45, Huntington, N.Y.
John G. Farrell, 32, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Joseph Farrelly, 47, New York, N.Y.
Thomas P. Farrelly, 54, East Northport, N.Y.
Syed Abdul Fatha, 54, Newark, N.J.
Christopher Faughnan, 37, South Orange, N.J.
Wendy R. Faulkner, 47, Mason, Ohio
Shannon M. Fava, 30, New York, N.Y.
Bernard D. Favuzza, 52, Suffern, N.Y.
Robert Fazio, 41, Freeport, N.Y.
Ronald C. Fazio, 57, Closter, N.J.
William Feehan, 72, New York, N.Y.
Francis J. (Frank) Feely, 41, Middletown, N.Y.
Garth E. Feeney, 28, New York, N.Y.
Sean B. Fegan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Lee S. Fehling, 28, Wantagh, N.Y.
Peter Feidelberg, 34, Hoboken, N.J.
Alan D. Feinberg, 48, New York, N.Y.
Rosa Maria Feliciano, 30, New York, N.Y.
Edward T. Fergus, 40, Wilton, Conn
George Ferguson, 54, Teaneck, N.J
Henry Fernandez, 23, New York, N.Y.
Judy H. Fernandez, 27, Parlin, N.J.
Jose Manuel Contreras Fernandez, El Aguacate, Jalisco, Mexic
Elisa Giselle Ferraina, 27, London, England
Anne Marie Sallerin Ferreira, 29, Jersey City, N.J.
Robert John Ferris, 63, Garden City, N.Y.
David Francis Ferrugio, 46, Middletown, N.J
Louis V. Fersini, 38, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Michael David Ferugio, 37, New York, N.Y.
Bradley James Fetchet, 24, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer Louise Fialko, 29, Teaneck, N.J.
Kristen Fiedel, 27, New York, N.Y.
Samuel Fields, 36, New York, N.Y.
Michael Bradley Finnegan, 37, Basking Ridge, N.J
Timothy J. Finnerty, 33, Glen Rock, N.J.
Michael Curtis Fiore, 46, New York, N.Y.
Stephen J. Fiorelli, 43, Aberdeen, N.J.
Paul M. Fiori, 31, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
John Fiorito, 40, Stamford, Conn.
Lt. John R. Fischer, 46, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Fisher, 42, New York, N.Y.
Thomas J. Fisher, 36, Union, N.J.
Bennett Lawson Fisher, 58, Stamford, Conn
John Roger Fisher, 46, Bayonne, N.J.
Lucy Fishman, 37, New York, N.Y.
Ryan D. Fitzgerald, 26, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Fitzpatrick, 35, Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Richard P. Fitzsimons, 57, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Salvatore A. Fiumefreddo, 47, Manalapan, N.J.
Christina Donovan Flannery, 26, New York, N.Y.
Eileen Flecha, 33, New York, N.Y.
Andre G. Fletcher, 37, North Babylon, N.Y.
Carl Flickinger, 38, Conyers, N.Y.
John Joseph Florio, 33, Oceanside, N.Y.
Joseph W. Flounders, 46, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
David Fodor, 38, Garrison, N.Y.
Lt. Michael N. Fodor, 53, Warwick, N.Y.
Steven Mark Fogel, 40, Westfield, N.Y.
Thomas Foley, 32, West Nyack, N.Y.
David Fontana, 37, New York, N.Y.
Chih Min (Dennis) Foo, 40, Holmdel, N.J.
Del Rose Forbes-Cheatham, 48, New York, N.Y.
Godwin Forde, 39, New York, N.Y.
Donald A. Foreman, 53, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Hugh Forsythe, 44, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Claudia Alicia Martinez Foster, 26, New York, N.Y.
Noel J. Foster, 40, Bridgewater, N.J.
Ana Fosteris, 58, Coram, N.Y.
Robert J. Foti, 42, Albertson, N.Y.
Jeffrey L. Fox, 40, Cranbury, N.J.
Virginia Fox, 58, New York, N.Y.
Virgin (Lucy) Francis, 62, New York, N.Y.
Pauline Francis, 57, New York, N.Y.
Gary J. Frank, 35, South Amboy, N.J.
Morton Frank, 31, New York, N.Y
Peter Christopher Frank, 29, New York, N.Y.
Richard K. Fraser, 32, New York, N.Y.
Kevin Joseph Frawley, 34, Bronxville, N.Y.
Clyde Frazier, 41, New York, N.Y.
Lillian I. Frederick, 46, Teaneck, N.J.
Andrew Fredericks, 40, Suffern, N.Y.
Tamitha Freemen, 35, New York, N.Y.
Brett O. Freiman, 29, Roslyn, N.Y.
Lt. Peter L. Freund, 45, Westtown, N.Y.
Arlene E. Fried, 49, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
Alan Wayne Friedlander, 52, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Andrew K. Friedman, 44, Woodbury, N.Y.
Gregg J. Froehner, 46, Chester, N.J.
Peter Christian Fry, 36, Wilton, Conn.
Clement Fumando, 59, New York, N.Y.
Steven Elliot Furman, 40, Wesley Hills, N.Y.
Paul James Furmato, 37, Colts Neck, N.J.
Fredric Gabler, 30, New York, N.Y.
Richard S. Gabrielle, 50, West Haven, Conn.
James Andrew Gadiel, 23, New York, N.Y.
Pamela Gaff, 51, Robinsville, N.J
Ervin Vincent Gailliard, 42, New York, N.Y.
Deanna L. Galante, 32, New York, N.Y.
Grace Galante, 29, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Edward Gallagher, 41, New York, N.Y.
Daniel James Gallagher, 23, Red Bank, N.J.
John Patrick Gallagher, 31, Yonkers, N.Y.
Cono E. Gallo, 30, New York, N.Y.
Vincenzo Gallucci, 36, Monroe Township, N.J.
Thomas Edward Galvin, 32, New York, N.Y.
Giovanna (Genni) Gambale, 27, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Gambino, 48, Babylon, N.Y.
Giann F. Gamboa, 26, New York, N.Y.
Peter J. Ganci, 55, North Massapequa, N.Y.
Claude Michael Gann, 41, Roswell, Ga.
Lt. Charles William Garbarini, 44, Pleasantville, N.Y.
Cesar Garcia, 36, New York, N.Y.
David Garcia, 40, Freeport, N.Y.
Jorge Luis Morron Garcia, 38, New York, N.Y.
Juan Garcia, 50, New York, N.Y.
Marlyn C. Garcia, 21, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Gardner, 36, Darien, Conn.
Douglas B. Gardner, 39, New York, N.Y.
Harvey J. Gardner, 35, Lakewood, N.J.
Thomas A. Gardner, 39, Oceanside, N.Y.
Jeffrey B. Gardner, 36, Hoboken, N.J.
William Arthur Gardner, 45, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Francesco Garfi, 29, New York, N.Y.
Rocco Gargano, 28, Bayside, N.Y.
James M. Gartenberg, 36, New York, N.Y.
Matthew David Garvey, 37
Bruce Gary, 51, Bellmore, N.Y.
Palmina Delli Gatti, 33, New York, N.Y.
Boyd A. Gatton, 38, Jersey City, N.J.
Donald Richard Gavagan, 35, New York, N.Y.
Terence D. Gazzani, 24, New York, N.Y.
Gary Geidel, 44, New York, N.Y.
Paul Hamilton Geier, 36, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Julie M. Geis, 44, Lees Summit, Mo.
Peter Gelinas, 34, New York, N.Y.
Steven Paul Geller, 52, New York, N.Y.
Howard G. Gelling, 28, New York, N.Y
Peter Victor Genco, 36, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Steven Gregory Genovese, 37, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Alayne F. Gentul, 44, Mountain Lakes, N.J.
Edward F. Geraghty, 45, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Suzanne Geraty, 30, New York, N.Y.
Ralph Gerhardt, 33, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Gerlich, 56, Monroe, Conn.
Denis P. Germain, 33, Tuxedo Park, N.Y.
Marina R. Gertsberg, 25, New York, N.Y.
Susan M. Getzendanner, 57, New York, N.Y.
James Gerard Geyer, 41, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Joseph M. Giaccone, 43, Monroe, N.J.
Lt. Vincent Francis Giammona, 40, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Debra L. Gibbon, 43, Hackettstown, N.J.
James A. Giberson, 43, New York, N.Y.
Craig Neil Gibson, 37, New York, N.Y.
Ronnie Gies, 43, Merrick, N.Y.
Laura A. Giglio, 35, Oceanside, N.Y.
Andrew Clive Gilbert, 39, Califon, N.J
Timothy Paul Gilbert, 35, Lebanon, N.J
Paul Stuart Gilbey, 39, Chatham, N.J.
Paul John Gill, 34, New York, N.Y.
Mark Y. Gilles, 33, New York, N.Y
Evan H. Gillette, 40, New York, N.Y.
Ronald Gilligan, 43, Norwalk, Conn.
Sgt. Rodney C. Gillis, 34, New York, N.Y.
Laura Gilly, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lt. John F. Ginley, 37, Warwick, N.Y.
Jeffrey Giordano, 46, New York, N.Y.
John Giordano, 46, Newburgh, N.Y.
Donna Marie Giordano, 44, Parlin, N.J.
Steven A. Giorgetti, 43, Manhasset, N.Y.
Martin Giovinazzo, 34, New York, N.Y.
Kum-Kum Girolamo, 41, New York, N.Y.
Salvatore Gitto, 44, Manalapan, N.J.
Cynthia Giugliano, 46, Nesconset, N.Y.
Mon Gjonbalaj, 65, New York, N.Y.
Dianne Gladstone, 55, New York, N.Y.
Keith Alexander Glascoe, 38, New York, N.Y.
Thomas I. Glasser, 40, Summit, N.J.
Harry Glenn, 38, Piscataway, N.J.
Barry H. Glick, 55, Wayne, N.J.
Steven Lawrence Glick, 42, Greenwich, Conn.
John T. Gnazzo, 32, New York, N.Y.
William (Bill) Robert Godshalk, 35, New York, N.Y.
Michael Gogliormella, 43, New Providence, N.J.
Brian Fredric Goldberg, 26, Union, N.J.
Jeffrey Grant Goldflam, 48, Melville, N.Y.
Michelle Herman Goldstein, 31, New York, N.Y.
Monica Goldstein, 25, New York, N.Y.
Steven Goldstein, 35, Princeton, N.J.
Andrew H. Golkin, 30, New York, N.Y.
Dennis James Gomes, 40, New York, N.Y.
Enrique Antonio Gomez, 42, New York, N.Y
Jose Bienvenido Gomez, 45, New York, N.Y
Manuel Gomez, 42, New York, N.Y.
Wilder Gomez, 38, New York, N.Y.
Jenine Gonzalez, 27, New York, N.Y.
Joel Guevara Gonzalez, 23, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexic
Rosa J. Gonzalez, 32, Jersey City, N.J.
Mauricio Gonzalez, 27, New York, N.Y.
Calvin J. Gooding, 38, Riverside, N.Y.
Harry Goody, 50, New York, N.Y.
Kiran Reddy Gopu, 24, Bridgeport, Conn.
Catherine Carmen Gorayeb, 41, New York, N.Y.
Kerene Gordon, 43, New York, N.Y
Sebastian Gorki, 27, New York, N.Y.
Thomas E. Gorman, 41, Middlesex, N.J.
Kieran Gorman, 35, Yonkers, N.Y.
Michael Edward Gould, 29, Hoboken, N.J.
Yugi Goya, 42, Rye, N.Y.
Jon Richard Grabowski, 33, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Michael Grady, 39, Cranford, N.J.
Edwin John Graf, 48, Rowayton, Conn.
David M. Graifman, 40, New York, N.Y.
Gilbert Granados, 51, Hicksville, N.Y.
Elvira Granitto, 43, New York, N.Y
Winston Arthur Grant, 59, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Christopher Stewart Gray, 32, Weehawken, N.J.
James Michael Gray, 34, New York, N.Y.
Linda Mair Grayling, 44, New York, N.Y.
John Michael Grazioso, 41, Middletown, N.J.
Timothy Grazioso, 42, Gulf Stream, Fla.
Derrick Arthur Green, 44, New York, N.Y.
Wade Brian Green, 42, Westbury, N.Y.
Elaine Myra Greenberg, 56, New York, N.Y.
Gayle R. Greene, 51, Montville, N.J.
James Arthur Greenleaf, 32, New York, N.Y.
Eileen Marsha Greenstein, 52, Morris Plains, N.J.
Elizabeth (Lisa) Martin Gregg, 52, New York, N.Y
Donald H. Gregory, 62, Ramsey, N.J.
Florence M. Gregory, 38, New York, N.Y.
Denise Gregory, 39, New York, N.Y.
Pedro (David) Grehan, 35, Hoboken, N.J.
John M. Griffin, 38, Waldwick, N.J.
Tawanna Griffin, 30, New York, N.Y.
Joan D. Griffith, 39, Willingboro, N.J.
Warren Grifka, 54, New York, N.Y.
Ramon Grijalvo, 58
Joseph F. Grillo, 46, New York, N.Y.
David Grimner, 51, Merrick, N.Y.
Kenneth Grouzalis, 56, Lyndhurst, N.J.
Joseph Grzelak, 52, New York, N.Y.
Matthew J. Grzymalski, 34, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Robert Joseph Gschaar, 55, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Liming (Michael) Gu, 34, Piscataway, N.J.
Jose A. Guadalupe, 37, New York, N.Y.
Yan Zhu (Cindy) Guan, 25, New York, N.Y.
Geoffrey E. Guja, 47, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Lt. Joseph Gullickson, 37, New York, N.Y.
Babita Guman, 33, New York, N.Y.
Douglas B. Gurian, 38, Tenafly, N.J.
Philip T. Guza, 54, Sea Bright, N.J.
Barbara Guzzardo, 49, Glendale, N.Y.
Peter Gyulavary, 44, Warwick, N.Y.
Gary Robert Haag, 36, Ossining, N.Y.
Andrea Lyn Haberman, 25, Chicago, Ill.
Barbara M. Habib, 49, New York, N.Y.
Philip Haentzler, 49, New York, N.Y.
Nizam A. Hafiz, 32, New York, N.Y.
Karen Hagerty, 34, New York, N.Y.
Steven Hagis, 31, New York, N.Y.
Mary Lou Hague, 26, New York, N.Y.
David Halderman, 40, New York, N.Y.
Maile Rachel Hale, 26, Cambridge, Mass.
Richard Hall, 49, Purchase, N.Y.
Vaswald George Hall, 50, New York, N.Y.
Robert John Halligan, 59, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Lt. Vincent Gerard Halloran, 43, North Salem, N.Y.
James D. Halvorson, 56, Greenwich, Conn.
Mohammad Salman Hamdani, 23, New York, N.Y.
Felicia Hamilton, 62, New York, N.Y
Robert Hamilton, 43, Washingtonville, N.Y.
Frederic Kim Han, 45, Marlboro, N.J.
Christopher James Hanley, 34, New York, N.Y.
Sean Hanley, 35, New York, N.Y.
Valerie Joan Hanna, 57, Freeville, N.Y.
Thomas Hannafin, 36, New York, N.Y.
Kevin James Hannaford, 32, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Michael L. Hannan, 34, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Dana Hannon, 29, Suffern, N.Y.
Vassilios G. Haramis, 56, New York, N.Y.
James A. Haran, 41, Malverne, N.Y.
Jeffrey P. Hardy, 46, New York, N.Y.
Timothy John Hargrave, 38, Readington, N.J.
Daniel Harlin, 41, Kent, N.Y.
Frances Haros, 76, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Harvey L. Harrell, 49, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Stephen Gary Harrell, 44, Warwick, N.Y.
Stewart D. Harris, 52, Marlboro, N.J.
Aisha Harris, 22, New York, N.Y.
John Patrick Hart, 38, Danville, Calif.
John Clinton Hartz, 64, Basking Ridge, N.J
Emeric J. Harvey, 56, Montclair, N.J.
Capt. Thomas Theodore Haskell, 37, Massapequa, N.Y.
Timothy Haskell, 34, Seaford, N.Y.
Joseph John Hasson, 34, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Terence S. Hatton, 41, New York, N.Y.
Leonard William Hatton, 45, Ridgefield Park, N.J.
Michael Helmut Haub, 34, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
Timothy Aaron Haviland, 41, Oceanside, N.Y.
Donald G. Havlish, 53, Yardley, Pa.
Anthony Hawkins, 30, New York, N.Y
Nobuhiro Hayatsu, 36, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Philip Hayes, 67, Northport, N.Y.
William Ward Haynes, 35, Rye, N.Y.
Scott Hazelcorn, 29, Hoboken, N.J.
Lt. Michael K. Healey, 42, East Patchogue, N.Y.
Roberta Bernstein Heber, 60, New York, N.Y.
Charles Francis Xavier Heeran, 23, Belle Harbor, N.Y.
John Heffernan, 37, New York, N.Y.
Howard Joseph Heller, 37, Ridgefield, Conn.
JoAnn L. Heltibridle, 46, Springfield, N.J.
Mark F. Hemschoot, 45, Red Bank, N.J.
Ronnie Lee Henderson, 52, Newburgh, N.Y.
Janet Hendricks, 48, New York, N.Y
Brian Hennessey, 35, Ringoes, N.J
Michelle Marie Henrique, 27, New York, N.Y.
Joseph P. Henry, 25, New York, N.Y.
William Henry, 49, New York, N.Y.
John Henwood, 35, New York, N.Y
Robert Allan Hepburn, 39, Union, N.J.
Mary (Molly) Herencia, 47, New York, N.Y.
Lindsay Coates Herkness, 58, New York, N.Y.
Harvey Robert Hermer, 59, New York, N.Y.
Claribel Hernandez, 31, New York, N.Y.
Norberto Hernandez, 42, New York, N.Y.
Raul Hernandez, 51, New York, N.Y.
Gary Herold, 44, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Jeffrey A. Hersch, 53, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Hetzel, 33, Elmont, N.Y.
Capt. Brian Hickey, 47, New York, N.Y.
Ysidro Hidalgo-Tejada, 47, New York, N.Y., Dominican Republic
Lt. Timothy Higgins, 43, Farmingville, N.Y.
Robert D. Higley, 29, New Fairfield, Conn.
Todd Russell Hill, 34, Boston, Mass.
Clara Victorine Hinds, 52, New York, N.Y.
Neal Hinds, 28, New York, N.Y.
Mark D. Hindy, 28, New York, N.Y.
Richard Bruce Van Hine, 48, Greenwood Lake, N.Y.
Katsuyuki Hirai, 32, Hartsdale, N.Y
Heather Malia Ho, 32, New York, N.Y.
Tara Yvette Hobbs, 31, New York, N.Y.
Thomas A. Hobbs, 41, Baldwin, N.Y.
James L. Hobin, 47, Marlborough, Conn.
Robert Wayne Hobson, 36, New Providence, N.J.
DaJuan Hodges, 29, New York, N.Y.
Ronald George Hoerner, 58, Massapequa Park, N.Y.
Patrick Aloysius Hoey, 53, Middletown, N.J.
Stephen G. Hoffman, 36, Long Beach, N.Y.
Marcia Hoffman, 52, New York, N.Y
Frederick J. Hoffmann, 53, Freehold, N.J.
Michele L. Hoffmann, 27, Freehold, N.J.
Judith Florence Hofmiller, 53, Brookfield, Conn.
Thomas Warren Hohlweck, 57, Harrison, N.Y.
Jonathan R. Hohmann, 48, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Francis Holland, 32, Glen Rock, N.J.
John Holland, 30
Elizabeth Holmes, 42, New York, N.Y.
Thomas P. Holohan, 36, Chester, N.Y.
Bradley Hoorn, 22, New York, N.Y.
James P. Hopper, 51, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Montgomery McCullough Hord, 46, Pelham, N.Y.
Michael Horn, 27, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Matthew D. Horning, 26, Hoboken, N.J.
Robert L. Horohoe, 31, New York, N.Y.
Aaron Horwitz, 24, New York, N.Y.
Charles J. Houston, 42, New York, N.Y.
Uhuru G. Houston, 32, Englewood, N.J.
George Howard, 45, Hicksville, N.Y.
Steven L. Howell, 36, New York, N.Y.
Michael C. Howell, 60, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer L. Howley, 34, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Milagros "Millie" Hromada, 35, New York, N.Y.
Marian Hrycak, 56, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Huczko, 44, Bethlehem, N.J.
Kris R. Hughes, 30, Nesconset, N.Y.
Melissa Harrington Hughes, 31, San Francisco, Calif.
Thomas F. Hughes, 46, Spring Lake Heights, N.J.
Timothy Robert Hughes, 43, Madison, N.J.
Paul R. Hughes, 38, Stamford, Conn.
Robert T. "Bobby" Hughes, 23, Sayreville, N.J.
Susan Huie, 43, Fair Lawn, N.J.
Mychal Lamar Hulse, 30, New York, N.Y.
William C. Hunt, 32, Norwalk, Conn.
Joseph G. Hunter, 31, South Hempstead, N.Y.
Robert Hussa, 51, Roslyn, N.Y.
Capt. Walter Hynes, 46, Belle Harbor, N.Y.
Thomas E. Hynes, 28, Norwalk, Conn.
Joseph Anthony Ianelli, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
Zuhtu Ibis, 25, Clifton, N.J.
Jonathan Lee Ielpi, 29, Great Neck, N.Y.
Michael Patrick Iken, 37, New York, N.Y.
Daniel Ilkanayev, 36, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Frederick Ill, 49, Pearl River, N.Y.
Abraham Nethanel Ilowitz, 51, New York, N.Y
Anthony P. Infante, 47, Chatham, N.J.
Louis S. Inghilterra, 45, New Castle, N.Y.
Christopher N. Ingrassia, 28, Watchung, N.J.
Paul Innella, 33, East Brunswick, N.J.
Stephanie V. Irby, 38, New York, N.Y.
Douglas Irgang, 32, New York, N.Y.
Todd A. Isaac, 29, New York, N.Y.
Erik Hans Isbrandtsen, 30, New York, N.Y.
Taizo Ishikawa, 5
Aram Iskenderian, 41, Merrick, N.Y.
John Iskyan, 41, Wilton, Conn.
Kazushige Ito, 35, New York, N.Y
Aleksandr Valeryerich Ivantsov, 23, New York, N.Y
Virginia Jablonski, 49, Matawan, N.J.
Brooke Alexandra Jackman, 23, New York, N.Y.
Aaron Jacobs, 27, New York, N.Y.
Jason Kyle Jacobs, 32, Mendham, N.J.
Michael Grady Jacobs, 54, Danbury, Conn.
Ariel Louis Jacobs, 29, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
Steven A. Jacobson, 53, New York, N.Y.
Ricknauth Jaggernauth, 58, New York, N.Y.
Jake Denis Jagoda, 24, Huntington, N.Y.
Yudh V.S. Jain, 54, New City, N.Y.
Maria Jakubiak, 41, Ridgewood, N.Y.
Gricelda E. James, 44, Willingboro, N.J.
Ernest James, 40, New York, N.Y.
Mark Jardim, 39, New York, N.Y
Mohammed Jawara, 30, New York, N.Y.
Francois Jean-Pierre, 58, New York, N.Y
Maxima Jean-Pierre, 40, Bellport, N.Y
Paul E. Jeffers, 39, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Jenkins, 47, New York, N.Y.
Alan K. Jensen, 49, Wyckoff, N.J.
Prem N. Jerath, 57, Edison, N.J.
Farah Jeudy, 32, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Hweidar Jian, 42, East Brunswick, N.J.
Eliezer Jimenez, 38, New York, N.Y.
Luis Jimenez, 25, New York, N.Y.
Charles Gregory John, 44, New York, N.Y.
Nicholas John, 42, New York, N.Y.
Scott M. Johnson, 26, New York, N.Y.
LaShawana Johnson, 27, New York, N.Y.
William Johnston, 31, North Babylon, N.Y.
Arthur Joseph Jones, 37, Ossining, N.Y
Allison Horstmann Jones, 31, New York, N.Y.
Brian L. Jones, 44, New York, N.Y.
Christopher D. Jones, 53, Huntington, N.Y
Donald T. Jones, 39, Livingston, N.J.
Donald W. Jones, 43, Fairless Hills, Pa.
Linda Jones, 50, New York, N.Y.
Mary S. Jones, 72, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Jordan, 35, Remsenburg, N.Y.
Robert Thomas Jordan, 34, Williston, N.Y.
Ingeborg Joseph, 60, German
Karl Henri Joseph, 25, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Joseph, 39, Franklin Park, N.J.
Albert Joseph, 7
Jane Eileen Josiah, 47, Bellmore, N.Y.
Lt. Anthony Jovic, 39, Massapequa, N.Y.
Angel Luis Juarbe, 35, New York, N.Y.
Karen Susan Juday, 52, New York, N.Y.
The Rev. Mychal Judge, 68, New York, N.Y.
Paul W. Jurgens, 47, Levittown, N.Y.
Thomas Edward Jurgens, 26, Lawrence, N.Y.
Kacinga Kabeya, 63, McKinney, Texa
Shashi Kiran Lakshmikantha Kadaba, 25, Hackensack, N.J.
Gavkharoy Mukhometovna Kamardinova, 26, New York, N.Y
Shari Kandell, 27, Wyckoff, N.J.
Howard Lee Kane, 40, Hazlet, N.J.
Jennifer Lynn Kane, 26, Fair Lawn, N.J.
Vincent D. Kane, 37, New York, N.Y.
Joon Koo Kang, 34, Riverdale, N.J.
Sheldon R. Kanter, 53, Edison, N.J.
Deborah H. Kaplan, 45, Paramus, N.J.
Alvin Peter Kappelmann, 57, Green Brook, N.J.
Charles Karczewski, 34, Union, N.J.
William A. Karnes, 37, New York, N.Y.
Douglas G. Karpiloff, 53, Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Charles L. Kasper, 54, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Kates, 37, New York, N.Y.
John Katsimatides, 31, East Marion, N.Y.
Sgt. Robert Kaulfers, 49, Kenilworth, N.J.
Don Jerome Kauth, 51, Saratoga Sprngs, N.Y.
Hideya Kawauchi, 36, Fort Lee, N.J.
Edward T. Keane, 66, West Caldwell, N.J.
Richard M. Keane, 54, Wethersfield, Conn.
Lisa Kearney-Griffin, 35, Jamaica, N.Y.
Karol Ann Keasler, 42, New York, N.Y.
Paul Hanlon Keating, 38, New York, N.Y.
Leo Russell Keene, 33, Westfield, N.J.
Joseph J. Keller, 31, Park Ridge, N.J.
Peter Rodney Kellerman, 35, New York, N.Y.
Joseph P. Kellett, 37, Riverdale, N.Y.
Frederick H. Kelley, 57, Huntington, N.Y.
James Joseph Kelly, 39, Oceanside, N.Y.
Joseph A. Kelly, 40, Oyster Bay, N.Y.
Maurice Patrick Kelly, 41, New York, N.Y.
Richard John Kelly, 50, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Michael Kelly, 41, Wyckoff, N.J.
Thomas Richard Kelly, 38, Riverhead, N.Y.
Thomas W. Kelly, 51, New York, N.Y.
Timothy C. Kelly, 37, Port Washington, N.Y.
William Hill Kelly, 30, New York, N.Y.
Robert C. Kennedy, 55, Toms River, N.J.
Thomas J. Kennedy, 36, Islip Terrace, N.Y.
John Keohane, 41, Jersey City, N.J.
Lt. Ronald T. Kerwin, 42, Levittown, N.Y.
Howard L. Kestenbaum, 56, Montclair, N.J.
Douglas D. Ketcham, 27, New York, N.Y.
Ruth E. Ketler, 42, New York, N.Y.
Boris Khalif, 30, New York, N.Y.
Sarah Khan, 32, New York, N.Y.
Taimour Firaz Khan, 29, New York, N.Y.
Rajesh Khandelwal, 33, South Plainfield, N.J.
SeiLai Khoo, 38, Jersey City, N.J
Michael Kiefer, 25, Hempstead, N.Y.
Satoshi Kikuchihara, 43, Scarsdale, N.Y
Andrew Jay-Hoon Kim, 26, Leonia, N.J.
Lawrence Don Kim, 31, Blue Bell, Pa.
Mary Jo Kimelman, 34, New York, N.Y.
Andrew Marshall King, 42, Princeton, N.J.
Lucille T. King, 59, Ridgewood, N.J.
Robert King, 36, Bellerose Terrace, N.Y.
Lisa M. King-Johnson, 34, New York, N.Y.
Takashi Kinoshita, 46, Rye, N.Y
Chris Michael Kirby, 21, New York, N.Y.
Howard (Barry) Kirschbaum, 53, New York, N.Y.
Glenn Davis Kirwin, 40, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Richard J. Klares, 59, Somers, N.Y.
Peter A. Klein, 35, Weehawken, N.J.
Alan D. Kleinberg, 39, East Brunswick, N.J.
Karen J. Klitzman, 38, New York, N.Y.
Ronald Philip Kloepfer, 39, Franklin Square, N.Y.
Yevgeny Kniazev, 46, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Patrick Knox, 31, Hoboken, N.J.
Andrew Knox, 30, Adelaide, Australia
Rebecca Lee Koborie, 48, Guttenberg, N.J.
Deborah Kobus, 36, New York, N.Y.
Gary Edward Koecheler, 57, Harrison, N.Y.
Frank J. Koestner, 48, New York, N.Y.
Ryan Kohart, 26, New York, N.Y.
Vanessa Lynn Kolpak, 21, New York, N.Y.
Irina Kolpakova, 37, New York, N.Y.
Suzanne Kondratenko, 27, Chicago, Ill.
Abdoulaye Kone, 37, New York, N.Y.
Bon-seok Koo, 42, River Edge, N.J.
Dorota Kopiczko, 26, Nutley, N.J.
Scott Kopytko, 32, New York, N.Y.
Bojan Kostic, 34, New York, N.Y.
Danielle Kousoulis, 29, New York, N.Y.
John J. Kren, 52
William Krukowski, 36, New York, N.Y.
Lyudmila Ksido, 46, New York, N.Y.
Shekhar Kumar, 30, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth Kumpel, 42, Cornwall, N.Y.
Frederick Kuo, 53, Great Neck, N.Y.
Patricia Kuras, 42, New York, N.Y.
Nauka Kushitani, 44, New York, N.Y
Thomas Joseph Kuveikis, 48, Carmel, N.Y.
Victor Kwarkye, 35, New York, N.Y
Kui Fai Kwok, 31, New York, N.Y
Angela R. Kyte, 49, Boonton, N.J.
Amarnauth Lachhman, 42, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Andrew LaCorte, 61, Jersey City, N.J.
Ganesh Ladkat, 27, Somerset, N.J.
James P. Ladley, 41, Colts Neck, N.J.
Daniel M. Van Laere, 46, Glen Rock, N.J.
Joseph A. Lafalce, 54, New York, N.Y.
Jeanette LaFond-Menichino, 49, New York, N.Y.
David LaForge, 50, Port Richmond, N.Y.
Michael Patrick LaForte, 39, Holmdel, N.J.
Alan Lafrance, 43
Juan Lafuente, 61, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Neil K. Lai, 59, East Windsor, N.J
Vincent A. Laieta, 31, Edison, N.J.
William David Lake, 44, New York, N.Y.
Franco Lalama, 45, Nutley, N.J.
Chow Kwan Lam, 48, Maywood, N.J.
Stephen LaMantia, 38, Darien, Conn.
Amy Hope Lamonsoff, 29, New York, N.Y.
Robert T. Lane, 28, New York, N.Y.
Brendan M. Lang, 30, Red Bank, N.J.
Rosanne P. Lang, 42, Middletown, N.J.
Vanessa Langer, 29, Yonkers, N.Y.
Mary Lou Langley, 53, New York, N.Y
Peter J. Langone, 41, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
Thomas Langone, 39, Williston Park, N.Y.
Michele B. Lanza, 36, New York, N.Y.
Ruth Sheila Lapin, 53, East Windsor, N.J.
Carol Ann LaPlante, 59, New York, N.Y.
Ingeborg Astrid Desiree Lariby, 42, New York, N.Y.
Robin Larkey, 48, Chatham, N.J.
Christopher Randall Larrabee, 26, New York, N.Y.
Hamidou S. Larry, 37, New York, N.Y
Scott Larsen, 35, New York, N.Y.
John Adam Larson, 37, Colonia, N.J.
Gary E. Lasko, 49, Memphis, Tenn.
Nicholas C. Lassman, 28, Cliffside Park, N.J.
Paul Laszczynski, 49, Paramus, N.J.
Jeffrey Latouche, 49, New York, N.Y.
Cristina de Laur
Oscar de Laur
Charles Laurencin, 61, New York, N.Y.
Stephen James Lauria, 39, New York, N.Y.
Maria Lavache, 60, New York, N.Y.
Denis F. Lavelle, 42, Yonkers, N.Y.
Jeannine M. LaVerde, 36, New York, N.Y.
Anna A. Laverty, 52, Middletown, N.J.
Steven Lawn, 28, West Windsor, N.J.
Robert A. Lawrence, 41, Summit, N.J.
Nathaniel Lawson, 61, New York, N.Y.
Eugen Lazar, 27, New York, N.Y.
James Patrick Leahy, 38, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Joseph Gerard Leavey, 45, Pelham, N.Y.
Neil Leavy, 34, New York, N.Y.
Leon Lebor, 51, Jersey City, N.J.
Kenneth Charles Ledee, 38, Monmouth, N.J
Alan J. Lederman, 43, New York, N.Y.
Elena Ledesma, 36, New York, N.Y.
Alexis Leduc, 45, New York, N.Y.
Myung-woo Lee, 41, Lyndhurst, N.J
David S. Lee, 37, West Orange, N.J.
Gary H. Lee, 62, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Hyun-joon (Paul) Lee, 32, New York, N.Y
Jong-min Lee, 24, New York, N.Y
Juanita Lee, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lorraine Lee, 37, New York, N.Y.
Richard Y.C. Lee, 34, Great Neck, N.Y.
Yang Der Lee, 63, New York, N.Y.
Kathryn Blair Lee, 55, New York, N.Y.
Stuart (Soo-Jin) Lee, 30, New York, N.Y.
Linda C. Lee, 34, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Lefkowitz, 50, Belle Harbor, N.Y.
Adriana Legro, 32, New York, N.Y.
Edward J. Lehman, 41, Glen Cove, N.Y.
Eric Andrew Lehrfeld, 32, New York, N.Y.
David Ralph Leistman, 43, Garden City, N.Y.
David Prudencio LeMagne, 27, North Bergen, N.J.
Joseph A. Lenihan, 41, Greenwich, Conn.
John J. Lennon, 44, Howell, N.J.
John Robinson Lenoir, 38, Locust Valley, N.Y.
Jorge Luis Leon, 43, Union City, N.J
Matthew Gerard Leonard, 38, New York, N.Y
Michael Lepore, 39, New York, N.Y.
Charles Antoine Lesperance, 55
Jeffrey Earle LeVeen, 55, Manhasset, N.Y.
John D. Levi, 50, New York, N.Y.
Alisha Caren Levin, 33, New York, N.Y.
Neil D. Levin, 47, New York, N.Y.
Robert Levine, 56, West Babylon, N.Y
Robert M. Levine, 66, Edgewater, N.J.
Shai Levinhar, 29, New York, N.Y.
Adam J. Lewis, 36, Fairfield, Conn.
Margaret Susan Lewis, 49, Elizabeth, N.J.
Ye Wei Liang, 27, New York, N.Y.
Orasri Liangthanasarn, 26, Bayonne, N.J.
Daniel F. Libretti, 43, New York, N.Y.
Ralph M. Licciardi, 30, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Edward Lichtschein, 35, New York, N.Y.
Steven B. Lillianthal, 38, Millburn, N.J.
Carlos R. Lillo, 37, Babylon, N.Y.
Craig Damian Lilore, 30, Lyndhurst, N.J.
Arnold A. Lim, 28, New York, N.Y.
Darya Lin, 32, Chicago, Ill.
Wei Rong Lin, 31, Jersey City, N.J.
Nickie L. Lindo, 31, New York, N.Y
Thomas V. Linehan, 39, Montville, N.J.
Robert Thomas Linnane, 33, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Alan Linton, 26, Jersey City, N.J.
Diane Theresa Lipari, 42, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth P. Lira, 28, Paterson, N.J.
Francisco Alberto Liriano, 33, New York, N.Y.
Lorraine Lisi, 44, New York, N.Y.
Paul Lisson, 45, New York, N.Y
Vincent Litto, 52, New York, N.Y.
Ming-Hao Liu, 41, Livingston, N.J.
Nancy Liz, 39, New York, N.Y.
Harold Lizcano, 31, East Elmhurst, N.Y.
Martin Lizzul, 31, New York, N.Y.
George A. Llanes, 33, New York, N.Y.
Elizabeth Claire Logler, 31, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Catherine Lisa Loguidice, 30, New York, N.Y.
Jerome Robert Lohez, 30, Jersey City, N.J.
Michael W. Lomax, 37, New York, N.Y
Laura M. Longing, 35, Pearl River, N.Y.
Salvatore P. Lopes, 40, Franklin Square, N.Y.
Daniel Lopez, 39, New York, N.Y.
Luis Lopez, 38, New York, N.Y
Manuel L. Lopez, 54, Jersey City, N.J.
George Lopez, 40, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Joseph Lostrangio, 48, Langhorne, Pa.
Chet Louie, 45, New York, N.Y.
Stuart Seid Louis, 43, East Brunswick, N.J.
Joseph Lovero, 60, Jersey City, N.J.
Michael W. Lowe, 48, New York, N.Y.
Garry Lozier, 47, Darien, Conn.
John Peter Lozowsky, 45, New York, N.Y
Charles Peter Lucania, 34, East Atlantic Beach, N.Y.
Edward (Ted) H. Luckett, 40, Fair Haven, N.J.
Mark G. Ludvigsen, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lee Charles Ludwig, 49, New York, N.Y
Sean Thomas Lugano, 28, New York, N.Y.
Daniel Lugo, 45, New York, N.Y.
Marie Lukas, 32, New York, N.Y.
William Lum, 45, New York, N.Y.
Michael P. Lunden, 37, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Lunder, 34, Wall, N.J.
Anthony Luparello, 62, New York, N.Y.
Gary Lutnick, 36, New York, N.Y.
Linda Luzzicone, 33, New York, N.Y.
Alexander Lygin, 28, New York, N.Y.
Farrell Peter Lynch, 39, Centerport, N.Y.
James Francis Lynch, 47, Woodbridge, N.J
Louise A. Lynch, 58, Amityville, N.Y.
Michael Lynch, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael F. Lynch, 33, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Michael Francis Lynch, 30, New York, N.Y.
Richard Dennis Lynch, 30, Bedford Hills, N.Y.
Robert H. Lynch, 44, Cranford, N.J.
Sean Patrick Lynch, 36, Morristown, N.J.
Sean Lynch, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael J. Lyons, 32, Hawthorne, N.Y.
Patrick Lyons, 34, South Setauket, N.Y.
Monica Lyons, 53, New York, N.Y.
Robert Francis Mace, 43, New York, N.Y.
Jan Maciejewski, 37, New York, N.Y.
Catherine Fairfax MacRae, 23, New York, N.Y.
Richard B. Madden, 35, Westfield, N.J.
Simon Maddison, 40, Florham Park, N.J.
Noell Maerz, 29, Long Beach, N.Y.
Jeannieann Maffeo, 40, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Maffeo, 30, New York, N.Y.
Jay Robert Magazine, 48, New York, N.Y.
Charles Wilson Magee, 51, Wantagh, N.Y.
Brian Magee, 52, Floral Park, N.Y.
Joseph Maggitti, 47, Abingdon, Md.
Ronald E. Magnuson, 57, Park Ridge, N.J.
Daniel L. Maher, 50, Hamilton, N.J.
Thomas Anthony Mahon, 37, East Norwich, N.Y.
William Mahoney, 38, Bohemia, N.Y.
Joseph Maio, 32, Roslyn Harbor, N.Y.
Takashi Makimoto, 49, New York, N.Y
Abdu Malahi, 37, New York, N.Y.
Debora Maldonado, 47, New York, N.Y.
Myrna T. Maldonado-Agosto, 49, New York, N.Y.
Alfred R. Maler, 39, Convent Station, N.J.
Gregory James Malone, 42, Hoboken, N.J.
Edward Francis (Teddy) Maloney, 32, Darien, Conn
Joseph E. Maloney, 46, Farmingville, N.Y.
Gene E. Maloy, 41, New York, N.Y.
Christian Maltby, 37, Chatham, N.J.
Francisco Miguel (Frank) Mancini, 26, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Mangano, 53, Jackson, N.J.
Sara Elizabeth Manley, 31, New York, N.Y.
Debra M. Mannetta, 31, Islip, N.Y.
Terence J. Manning, 36, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Marion Victoria (vickie) Manning, 27, Rochdale, N.Y.
James Maounis, 42, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Ross Marchbanks, 47, Nanuet, N.Y.
Peter Edward Mardikian, 29, New York, N.Y.
Edward Joseph Mardovich, 42, Lloyd Harbor, N.Y.
Lt. Charles Joseph Margiotta, 44, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth Joseph Marino, 40, Monroe, N.Y.
Lester Vincent Marino, 57, Massa\pequa, N.Y.
Vita Marino, 49, New York, N.Y.
Kevin D. Marlo, 28, New York, N.Y.
Jose J. Marrero, 32, Old Bridge, N.J.
John Marshall, 35, Congers, N.Y.
James Martello, 41, Rumson, N.J.
Michael A. Marti, 26, Glendale, N.Y.
Lt. Peter Martin, 43, Miller Place, N.Y.
William J. Martin, 35, Rockaway, N.J.
Brian E. Martineau, 37, Edison, N.J.
Betsy Martinez, 33, New York, N.Y.
Edward J. Martinez, 60, New York, N.Y.
Jose Angel Martinez, 49, Hauppauge, N.Y.
Robert Gabriel Martinez, 24, New York, N.Y.
Lizie Martinez-Calderon, 32, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Paul Richard Martini, 37, New York, N.Y.
Joseph A. Mascali, 44, New York, N.Y.
Bernard Mascarenhas, 54, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
Stephen F. Masi, 55, New York, N.Y.
Nicholas G. Massa, 65, New York, N.Y.
Patricia A. Massari, 25, Glendale, N.Y.
Michael Massaroli, 38, New York, N.Y.
Philip W. Mastrandrea, 42, Chatham, N.J.
Rudolph Mastrocinque, 43, Kings Park, N.Y.
Joseph Mathai, 49, Arlington, Mass.
Charles William Mathers, 61, Sea Girt, N.J.
William A. Mathesen, 40, Morristown, N.J.
Marcello Matricciano, 31, New York, N.Y.
Margaret Elaine Mattic, 51, New York, N.Y.
Robert D. Mattson, 54, Green Pond, N.J.
Walter Matuza, 39, New York, N.Y.
Charles A. (Chuck) Mauro, 65, New York, N.Y.
Charles J. Mauro, 38, New York, N.Y.
Dorothy Mauro, 55, New York, N.Y.
Nancy T. Mauro, 51, New York, N.Y.
Tyrone May, 44, Rahway, N.J.
Keithroy Maynard, 30, New York, N.Y.
Robert J. Mayo, 46, Morganville, N.J.
Kathy Nancy Mazza-Delosh, 46, Farmingdale, N.Y.
Edward Mazzella, 62, Monroe, N.Y.
Jennifer Mazzotta, 23, New Yrk, N.Y.
Kaaria Mbaya, 39, Edison, N.J.
James J. McAlary, 42, Spring Lake Heights, N.J.*
Brian McAleese, 36, Baldwin, N.Y.
Patricia A. McAneney, 50, Pomona, N.Y.
Colin Richard McArthur, 52, Howell, N.J.
John McAvoy, 47, New York, N.Y
Kenneth M. McBrayer, 49, New York, N.Y.
Brendan McCabe, 40, Sayville, N.Y.
Michael J. McCabe, 42, Rumson, N.J.
Thomas McCann, 46, Manalapan, N.J.
Justin McCarthy, 30, Port Washington, N.Y.
Kevin M. McCarthy, 42, Fairfield, Conn.
Michael Desmond McCarthy, 33, Huntington, N.Y.
Robert Garvin McCarthy, 33, Stony Point, N.Y.
Stanley McCaskill, 47, New York, N.Y.
Katie Marie McCloskey, 25, Mount Vernon, N.Y.
Tara McCloud-Gray, 30, New York, N.Y.
Charles Austin McCrann, 55, New York, N.Y.
Tonyell McDay, 25, Colonia, N.J.
Matthew T. McDermott, 34, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Joseph P. McDonald, 43, Livingston, N.J
Brian G. McDonnell, 38, Wantagh, N.Y.
Michael McDonnell, 34, Red Bank, N.J.
John F. McDowell, 33, New York, N.Y.
Eamon J. McEneaney, 46, New Canaan, Conn.
John Thomas McErlean, 39, Larchmont, N.Y.
Daniel F. McGinley, 40, Ridgewood, N.J.
Mark Ryan McGinly, 26, New York, N.Y.
Lt. William E. McGinn, 43, New York, N.Y.
Thomas H. McGinnis, 41, Oakland, N.J.
Michael Gregory McGinty, 42, Foxboro, Mass.
Ann McGovern, 68, East Meadow, N.Y.
Scott Martin McGovern, 35, Wyckoff, N.J.
William J. McGovern, 49, Smithtown, N.Y.
Stacey S. McGowan, 38, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Francis Noel McGuinn, 48, Rye, N.Y.
Patrick J. McGuire, 40, Madison, N.J
Thomas M. McHale, 33, Huntington, N.Y.
Keith McHeffey, 31, Monmouth Beach, N.J.
Denis J. McHugh, 36, New York, N.Y.
Dennis P. McHugh, 34, Sparkill, N.Y.
Michael Edward McHugh, 35, Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Ann M. McHugh, 35, New York, N.Y.
Robert G. McIlvaine, 26, New York, N.Y.
Donald James McIntyre, 38, New City, N.Y.
Stephanie McKenna, 45, New York, N.Y.
Barry J. McKeon, 47, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Evelyn C. McKinnedy, 60, New York, N.Y
Darryl Leron McKinney, 26, New York, N.Y.
Robert C. McLaughlin, 29, Westchester, N.Y.
George Patrick McLaughlin, 36, Hoboken, N.J.
Gavin McMahon, 35, Bayonne, N.J.
Robert Dismas McMahon, 35, New York, N.Y.
Edmund M. McNally, 41, Fair Haven, N.J.
Daniel McNeal, 29, Towson, Md
Walter Arthur McNeil, 53, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Sean Peter McNulty, 30, New York, N.Y.
Christine Sheila McNulty, 42, Peterborough, Englan
Robert William McPadden, 30, Pearl River, N.Y.
Terence A. McShane, 37, West Islip, N.Y.
Timothy Patrick McSweeney, 37, New York, N.Y.
Martin E. McWilliams, 35, Kings Park, N.Y.
Rocco A. Medaglia, 49, Melville, N.Y.
Abigail Cales Medina, 46, New York, N.Y.
Ana Iris Medina, 39, New York, N.Y.
Deborah Medwig, 46, Dedham, Mass.
William J. Meehan, 49, Darien, Conn.
Damian Meehan, 32, Glen Rock, N.J.
Alok Kumar Mehta, 23, Hempstead, N.Y.
Raymond Meisenheimer, 46, West Babylon, N.Y.
Manuel Emilio Mejia, 54, New York, N.Y
Eskedar Melaku, 31, New York, N.Y.
Antonio Melendez, 30, New York, N.Y.
Mary Melendez, 44, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Yelena Melnichenko, 28, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Stuart Todd Meltzer, 32, Syosset, N.Y.
Diarelia Jovannah Mena, 30, New York, N.Y.
Charles Mendez, 38, Floral Park, N.Y.
Lizette Mendoza, 33, North Bergen, N.J.
Shevonne Mentis, 25, New York, N.Y.
Steve Mercado, 38, New York, N.Y.
Wesley Mercer, 70, New York, N.Y.
Ralph Joseph Mercurio, 47, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Alan H. Merdinger, 47, Allentown, Pa.
George C. Merino, 39, New York, N.Y.
Yamel Merino, 24, Yonkers, N.Y
George Merkouris, 35, Levittown, N.Y.
Deborah Merrick, 4
Raymond J. Metz, 37, Trumbull, Conn.
Jill A. Metzler, 32, Franklin Square, N.Y.
David Robert Meyer, 57, Glen Rock, N.J.
Nurul Huq Miah, 35, New York, N.Y.
William Edward Micciulli, 30, Matawan, N.J.
Martin Paul Michelstein, 57, Morristown, N.J
Luis Clodoaldo Revilla Mier, 5
Peter T. Milano, 43, Middletown, N.J.
Gregory Milanowycz, 25, Cranford, N.J.
Lukasz T. Milewski, 21, New York, N.Y.
Craig James Miller, 29, Va
Corey Peter Miller, 34, New York, N.Y.
Douglas C. Miller, 34, Port Jervis, N.Y.
Henry Miller, 52, Massapequa, N.Y.
Michael Matthew Miller, 39, Englewood, N.J.
Phillip D. Miller, 53, New York, N.Y.
Robert C. Miller, 55, Hasbrouck Heights, N.J
Robert Alan Miller, 46, Matawan, N.J.
Joel Miller, 55, Baldwin, N.Y.
Benjamin Millman, 40, New York, N.Y.
Charles M. Mills, 61, Brentwood, N.Y.
Ronald Keith Milstein, 54, New York, N.Y.
Robert Minara, 54, Carmel, N.Y.
William G. Minardi, 46, Bedford, N.Y.
Louis Joseph Minervino, 54, Middletown, N.J.
Thomas Mingione, 34, West Islip, N.Y.
Wilbert Miraille, 29, New York, N.Y.
Domenick Mircovich, 40, Closter, N.J.
Rajesh A. Mirpuri, 30, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Joseph Mistrulli, 47, Wantagh, N.Y.
Susan Miszkowicz, 37, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Paul Thomas Mitchell, 46, New York, N.Y.
Richard Miuccio, 55, New York, N.Y.
Frank V. Moccia, 57, Hauppauge, N.Y.
Capt. Louis Joseph Modafferi, 45, New York, N.Y.
Boyie Mohammed, 50, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Dennis Mojica, 50, New York, N.Y.
Manuel Mojica, 37, Bellmore, N.Y.
Manuel Dejesus Molina, 31, New York, N.Y.
Kleber Rolando Molina, 44, New York, N.Y
Fernando Jimenez Molinar, 21, Oaxaca, Mexic
Carl Molinaro, 32, New York, N.Y.
Justin J. Molisani, 42, Middletown Township, N.J.
Brian Patrick Monaghan, 21, New York, N.Y.
Franklin Monahan, 45, Roxbury, N.Y.
John Gerard Monahan, 47, Wanamassa, N.J.
Kristen Montanaro, 34, New York, N.Y.
Craig D. Montano, 38, Glen Ridge, N.J.
Michael Montesi, 39, Highland Mills, N.Y.
Cheryl Ann Monyak, 43, Greenwich, Conn.
Capt. Thomas Moody, 45, Stony Brook, N.Y.
Sharon Moore, 37, New York, N.Y.
Krishna Moorthy, 59, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
Abner Morales, 37, New York, N.Y.
Carlos Morales, 29, New York, N.Y.
Paula Morales, 42, New York, N.Y.
Luis Morales, 46, New York, N.Y
John Moran, 43, Rockaway, N.Y.
John Christopher Moran, 38, Haslemere, Surrey, Englan
Kathleen Moran, 42, New York, N.Y.
Lindsay S. Morehouse, 24, New York, N.Y.
George Morell, 47, Mount. Kisco, N.Y
Steven P. Morello, 52, Bayonne, N.J.
Vincent S. Morello, 34, New York, N.Y.
Arturo Alva Moreno, 47, Mexico City, Mexico
Yvette Nicole Moreno, 25, New York, N.Y.
Dorothy Morgan, 47, Hempstead, N.Y.
Richard Morgan, 66, Glen Rock, N.J.
Nancy Morgenstern, 32, New York, N.Y.
Sanae Mori, 27, Tokyo, Japan
Blanca Morocho, 26, New York, N.Y.
Leonel Morocho, 36, New York, N.Y.
Dennis G. Moroney, 39, Eastchester, N.Y.
Lynne Irene Morris, 22, Monroe, N.Y.
Seth A. Morris, 35, Kinnelon, N.J.
Stephen Philip Morris, 31, Ormond Beach, Fla
Christopher M. Morrison, 34, Charlestown, Mass.
Ferdinand V. Morrone, 63, Lakewood, N.J.
William David Moskal, 50, Brecksville, Ohio
Manuel Da Mota, 43, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Marco Motroni, 57, Fort Lee, N.J.
Iouri A. Mouchinski, 55, New York, N.Y.
Jude J. Moussa, 35, New York, N.Y.
Peter C. Moutos, 44, Chatham, N.J.
Damion Mowatt, 21, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Mozzillo, 27, New York, N.Y.
Stephen V. Mulderry, 33, New York, N.Y.
Richard Muldowney, 40, Babylon, N.Y.
Michael D. Mullan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Michael Mulligan, 32, New York, N.Y.
Peter James Mulligan, 28, New York, N.Y.
Michael Joseph Mullin, 27, Hoboken, N.J.
James Donald Munhall, 45, Ridgewood, N.J.
Nancy Muniz, 45, New York, N.Y.
Carlos Mario Munoz, 43
Francisco Munoz, 29, New York, N.Y.
Theresa (Terry) Munson, 54, New York, N.Y.
Robert M. Murach, 45, Montclair, N.J.
Cesar Augusto Murillo, 32, New York, N.Y.
Marc A. Murolo, 28, Maywood, N.J.
Robert Eddie Murphy, 56, New York, N.Y
Brian Joseph Murphy, 41, New York, N.Y.
Christopher W. Murphy, 35, Easton, Md.
Edward C. Murphy, 42, Clifton, N.J.
James F. Murphy, 30, Garden City, N.Y.
James Thomas Murphy, 35, Middletown, N.J.
Kevin James Murphy, 40, Northport, N.Y.
Patrick Sean Murphy, 36, Millburn, N.J.
Lt. Raymond E. Murphy, 46, New York, N.Y.
Charles Murphy, 38, New York, N.Y.
John Joseph Murray, 32, Hoboken, N.J.
John Joseph Murray, 52, Colts Neck, N.J
Susan D. Murray, 54, Summit, N.J.
Valerie Victoria Murray, 65, New York, N.Y.
Richard Todd Myhre, 37, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Robert B. Nagel, 55, New York, N.Y.
Takuya Nakamura, 30, Tuckahoe, N.Y
Alexander J.R. Napier, 38, Morris Township, N.J.
Frank Joseph Naples, 29, Cliffside Park, N.J.
John Napolitano, 33, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Catherine A. Nardella, 40, Bloomfield, N.J.
Mario Nardone, 32, New York, N.Y.
Manika Narula, 22, Kings Park, N.Y.
Narender Nath, 33, Colonia, N.J
Karen S. Navarro, 30, New York, N.Y.
Joseph M. Navas, 44, Paramus, N.J.
Francis J. Nazario, 28, Jersey City, N.J.
Glenroy Neblett, 42, New York, N.Y.
Marcus R. Neblett, 31, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
Jerome O. Nedd, 39, New York, N.Y
Laurence Nedell, 51, Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Luke G. Nee, 44, Stony Point, N.Y.
Pete Negron, 34, Bergenfield, N.J.
Ann Nicole Nelson, 30, New York, N.Y.
David William Nelson, 50, New York, N.Y.
James Nelson, 40, Clark, N.J.
Michele Ann Nelson, 27, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Peter Allen Nelson, 42, Huntington Station, N.Y.
Oscar Nesbitt, 58, New York, N.Y.
Gerard Terence Nevins, 46, Campbell Hall, N.Y.
Christopher Newton-Carter, 51, Middletown, N.J.
Kapinga Ngalula, 58, McKinney, Texa
Nancy Yuen Ngo, 36, Harrington Park, N.J.
Jody Tepedino Nichilo, 39, New York, N.Y
Martin Niederer, 23, Hoboken, N.J.
Alfonse J. Niedermeyer, 40, Manasquan, N.J.
Frank John Niestadt, 55, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Gloria Nieves, 48, New York, N..*
Juan Nieves, 56, New York, N.Y.
Troy Edward Nilsen, 33, New York, N.Y.
Paul R. Nimbley, 42, Middletown, N.J.
John Ballantine Niven, 44, Oyster Bay, N.Y.
Katherine (Katie) McGarry Noack, 30, Hoboken, N.J.
Curtis Terrence Noel, 22, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Daniel R. Nolan, 44, Hopatcong, N.J.
Robert Walter Noonan, 36, Norwalk, Conn.
Daniela R. Notaro, 25, New York, N.Y.
Brian Novotny, 33, Hoboken, N.J.
Soichi Numata, 45, Irvington, N.Y.
Brian Felix Nunez, 29, New York, N.Y.
Jose R. Nunez, 42, New York, N.Y.
Jeffrey Nussbaum, 37, Oceanside, N.Y.
James A. Oakley, 52, Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.
Dennis O'Berg, 28, Babylon, N.Y.
James P. O'Brien, 33, New York, N.Y.
Scott J. O'Brien, 40, New York, N.Y.
Timothy Michael O'Brien, 40, Brookville, N.Y.
Michael O'Brien, 42, Cedar Knolls, N.J.
Captain Daniel O'Callaghan, 42, Smithtown, N.Y.
Richard J. O'Connor, 49, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Dennis J. O'Connor, 34, New York, N.Y.
Diana J. O'Connor, 38, Eastchester, N.Y.
Keith K. O'Connor, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
Amy O'Doherty, 23, New York, N.Y.
Marni Pont O'Doherty, 31, Armonk, N.Y.
Douglas Oelschlager, 36, New York, N.Y.
Takashi Ogawa, 37, Tokyo, Japa
Albert Ogletree, 49, New York, N.Y
Philip Paul Ognibene, 39, New York, N.Y.
James Andrew O'Grady, 32, Harrington Park, N.J.
Joseph J. Ogren, 30, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Thomas O'Hagan, 43, New York, N.Y.
Samuel Oitice, 45, Peekskill, N.Y.
Patrick O'Keefe, 44, Oakdale, N.Y.
Capt. William O'Keefe, 49, New York, N.Y.
Gerald Michael Olcott, 55, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Gerald O'Leary, 34, Stony Point, N.Y.
Christine Anne Olender, 39, New York, N.Y.
Elsy Carolina Osorio Oliva, 27, New York, N.Y.
Linda Mary Oliva, 44, New York, N.Y.
Edward K. Oliver, 31, Jackson, N.J.
Leah E. Oliver, 24, New York, N.Y.
Eric T. Olsen, 41, New York, N.Y.
Jeffrey James Olsen, 31, New York, N.Y.
Maureen L. Olson, 50, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Steven John Olson, 38, New York, N.Y.
Matthew Timothy O'Mahony, 39, New York, N.Y.
Toshihiro Onda, 39, New York, N.Y
Seamus L. Oneal, 52, New York, N.Y.
John P. O'Neill, 49, New York, N.Y.
Sean Gordon Corbett O'Neill, 34, Rye, N.Y.
Peter J. O'Neill, 21, Amityville, N.Y.
Michael C. Opperman, 45, Selden, N.Y.
Christopher Orgielewicz, 35, Larchmont, N.Y.
Margaret Orloske, 50, Windsor, Conn.
Virginia A. Ormiston, 42, New York, N.Y
Kevin O'Rourke, 44, Hewlett, N.Y.
Juan Romero Orozco, Acatlan de Osorio, Puebla, Mexic
Ronald Orsini, 59, Hillsdale, N.J.
Peter K. Ortale, 37, New York, N.Y.
Emilio (Peter) Ortiz, 38, New York, N.Y
David Ortiz, 37, Nanuet, N.Y.
Paul Ortiz, 21, New York, N.Y.
Sonia Ortiz, 58, New York, N.Y.
Alexander Ortiz, 36, Ridgewood, N.Y.
Pablo Ortiz, 49, New York, N.Y.
Masaru Ose, 36, Fort Lee, N.J
Robert W. O'Shea, 47, Wall, N.J.
Patrick J. O'Shea, 45, Farmingdale, N.Y.
James Robert Ostrowski, 37, Garden City, N.Y
Timothy O'Sullivan, 68, Albrightsville, Pa.
Jason Douglas Oswald, 28, New York, N.Y.
Michael Otten, 42, East Islip, N.Y.
Isidro Ottenwalder, 35, New York, N.Y
Michael Chung Ou, 53, New York, N.Y
Todd Joseph Ouida, 25, River Edge, N.J.
Jesus Ovalles, 60, New York, N.Y
Peter J. Owens, 42, Williston Park, N.Y.
Adianes Oyola, 23, New York, N.Y.
Angel M. Pabon, 54, New York, N.Y.
Israel Pabon, 31, New York, N.Y.
Roland Pacheco, 25, New York, N.Y.
Michael Benjamin Packer, 45, New York, N.Y.
Deepa K. Pakkala, 31, Stewartsville, N.J.
Jeffrey Matthew Palazzo, 33, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Anthony Palazzo, 44, Armonk, N.Y.
Richard (Rico) Palazzolo, 39, New York, N.Y.
Orio Joseph Palmer, 45, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Frank A. Palombo, 46, New York, N.Y.
Alan N. Palumbo, 42, New York, N.Y
Christopher M. Panatier, 36, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Dominique Pandolfo, 27, Hoboken, N.J.
Paul Pansini, 34, New York, N.Y.
John M. Paolillo, 51, Glen Head, N.Y.
Edward J. Papa, 47, Oyster Bay, N.Y.
Salvatore Papasso, 34, New York, N.Y.
James N. Pappageorge, 29, Yonkers, N.Y
Vinod K. Parakat, 34, Sayreville, N.J.
Vijayashanker Paramsothy, 23, New York, N.Y.
Nitin Ramesh Parandkar, 28, Waltham, Mass.
Hardai (Casey) Parbhu, 42, New York, N.Y.
James Wendell Parham, 32, New York, N.Y.
Debra (Debbie) Paris, 48, New York, N.Y.
George Paris, 33, New York, N.Y
Gye-Hyong Park, 28, New York, N.Y
Philip L. Parker, 53, Skillman, N.J.
Michael A. Parkes, 27, New York, N.Y.
Robert Emmett Parks, 47, Middletown, N.J.
Hasmukhrai Chuckulal Parmar, 48, Warren, N.J.
Robert Parro, 35, Levittown, N.Y.
Diane Marie Moore Parsons, 58, Malta, N.Y.
Leobardo Lopez Pascual, 41, New York, N.Y.
Michael J. Pascuma, 50, Massapequa Park, N.Y
Jerrold H. Paskins, 56, Anaheim Hills, Calif.
Horace Robert Passananti, 55, New York, N.Y.
Suzanne H. Passaro, 38, East Brunswick, N.J.
Victor Antonio Martinez Pastrana, 38, Tlachichuca, Puebla, Mexic
Manish K. Patel, 29, Edison, N.J.
Avnish Ramanbhai Patel, 28, New York, N.Y.
Dipti Patel, 38, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Steven B. Paterson, 40, Ridgewood, N.J.
James Matthew Patrick, 30, Norwalk, Conn.
Manuel Patrocino, 34
Bernard E. Patterson, 46, Upper Brookville, N.Y.
Cira Marie Patti, 40, New York, N.Y.
Robert Edward Pattison, 40, New York, N.Y.
James R. Paul, 58, New York, N.Y.
Sharon Cristina Millan Paz, 31, New York, N.Y.
Patrice Paz, 52, New York, N.Y.
Victor Paz-Gutierrez, 43, New York, N.Y.
Stacey L. Peak, 36, New York, N.Y.
Richard Allen Pearlman, 18, New York, N.Y.
Durrell Pearsall, 34, Hempstead, N.Y.
Thomas E. Pedicini, 30, Hicksville, N.Y.
Todd D. Pelino, 34, Fair Haven, N.J.
Michel Adrian Pelletier, 36, Greenwich, Conn.
Anthony Peluso, 46, New York, N.Y.
Angel Ramon Pena, 45, River Vale, N.J.
Richard Al Penny, 53, New York, N.Y.
Salvatore F. Pepe, 45, New York, N.Y.
Carl Allen Peralta, 37, New York, N.Y.
Robert David Peraza, 30, New York, N.Y.
Jon A. Perconti, 32, Brick, N.J.
Alejo Perez, 66, Union City, N.J.
Angel Perez, 43, Jersey City, N.J.
Angela Susan Perez, 35, New York, N.Y.
Ivan Perez, 37, New York, N.Y.
Nancy E. Perez, 36, Secaucus, N.J.
Anthony Perez, 33, Locust Valley, N.Y.
Joseph John Perroncino, 33, Smithtown, N.Y.
Edward J. Perrotta, 43, Mount Sinai, N.Y.
Lt. Glenn C. Perry, 41, Monroe, N.Y.
Emelda Perry, 52, Elmont, N.Y
John William Perry, 38, New York, N.Y.
Franklin Allan Pershep, 59, New York, N.Y.
Daniel Pesce, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael J. Pescherine, 32, New York, N.Y.
Davin Peterson, 25, New York, N.Y.
William Russel Peterson, 46, New York, N.Y.
Mark Petrocelli, 28, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Philip S. Petti, 43, New York, N.Y.
Glen Kerrin Pettit, 30, Oakdale, N.Y.
Dominick Pezzulo, 36, New York, N.Y.
Kaleen E. Pezzuti, 28, Fair Haven, N.J.
Lt. Kevin Pfeifer, 42, New York, N.Y.
Tu-Anh Pham, 42, Princeton, N.J.
Lt. Kenneth John Phelan, 41, New York, N.Y.
Michael V. San Phillip, 55, Ridgewood, N.J.
Eugenia Piantieri, 55, New York, N.Y.
Ludwig John Picarro, 44, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Matthew Picerno, 44, Holmdel, N.J.
Joseph O. Pick, 40, Hoboken, N.J.
Christopher Pickford, 32, New York, N.Y.
Dennis J. Pierce, 54, New York, N.Y.
Joseph A. Della Pietra, 24, New York, N.Y.
Bernard T. Pietronico, 39, Matawan, N.J.
Nicholas P. Pietrunti, 38, Belford, N.J.
Theodoros Pigis, 60, New York, N.Y
Susan Elizabeth Ancona Pinto, 44, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Piskadlo, 48, North Arlington, N.J.
Christopher Todd Pitman, 30, New York, N.Y.
Josh Michael Piver, 23, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Plumitallo, 45, Manalapan, N.J.
John M. Pocher, 36, Middletown, N.J.
William Howard Pohlmann, 56, Ardsley, N.Y.
Laurence M. Polatsch, 32, New York, N.Y.
Thomas H. Polhemus, 39, Morris Plains, N.J.
Steve Pollicino, 48, Plainview, N.Y.
Susan M. Pollio, 45, Long Beach Township, N.J.
Joshua Poptean, 37, New York, N.Y.
Giovanna Porras, 24, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Portillo, 48, New York, N.Y.
James Edward Potorti, 52, Princeton, N.J.
Daphne Pouletsos, 47, Westwood, N.J.
Richard Poulos, 55, Levittown, N.Y.
Stephen E. Poulos, 45, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Brandon Jerome Powell, 26, New York, N.Y.
Shawn Edward Powell, 32, New York, N.Y.
Tony Pratt, 43, New York, N.Y
Gregory M. Preziose, 34, Holmdel, N.J.
Wanda Ivelisse Prince, 30, New York, N.Y.
Vincent Princiotta, 39, Orangeburg, N.Y.
Kevin Prior, 28, Bellmore, N.Y.
Everett Martin (Marty) Proctor, 44, New York, N.Y.
Carrie B. Progen, 25, New York, N.Y.
David Lee Pruim, 53, Upper Montclair, N.J
Richard Prunty, 57, Sayville, N.Y.
John F. Puckett, 47, Glen Cove, N.Y.
Robert D. Pugliese, 47, East Fishkill, N.Y.
Edward F. Pullis, 34, Hazlet, N.J.
Patricia Ann Puma, 33, New York, N.Y.
Hemanth Kumar Puttur, 26, White Plains, N.Y.
Edward R. Pykon, 33, Princeton, N.J.
Christopher Quackenbush, 44, Manhasset, N.Y.
Lars Peter Qualben, 49, New York, N.Y.
Lincoln Quappe, 38, Sayville, N.Y.
Beth Ann Quigley, 25, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Michael Quilty, 42, New York, N.Y.
Ricardo Quinn, 40, New York, N.Y.
James Francis Quinn, 23, New York, N.Y.
Carol Rabalais, 38, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Peter A. Racaniello, 30, New York, N.Y.
Leonard Ragaglia, 36, New York, N.Y.
Eugene J. Raggio, 55, New York, N.Y.
Laura Marie Ragonese-Snik, 41, Bangor, Pa.
Michael Ragusa, 29, New York, N.Y.
Peter F. Raimondi, 46, New York, N.Y.
Harry A. Raines, 37, New York, N.Y.
Ehtesham U. Raja, 28, Clifton, N.J.
Valsa Raju, 39, Yonkers, N.Y.
Edward Rall, 44, Holbrook, N.Y.
Lukas (Luke) Rambousek, 27, New York, N.Y.
Julio Fernandez Ramirez, 51, New York, N.Y.
Maria Isabel Ramirez, 25, New York, N.Y.
Harry Ramos, 41, Newark, N.J.
Vishnoo Ramsaroop, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lorenzo Ramzey, 48, East Northport, N.Y.
A. Todd Rancke, 42, Summit, N.J.
Adam David Rand, 30, Bellmore, N.Y.
Jonathan C. Randall, 42, New York, N.Y.
Srinivasa Shreyas Ranganath, 26, Hackensack, N.J.
Anne Rose T. Ransom, 45, Edgewater, N.J.
Faina Rapoport, 45, New York, N.Y.
Robert Arthur Rasmussen, 42, Hinsdale, Ill.
Amenia Rasool, 33, New York, N.Y.
Roger Mark Rasweiler, 53, Flemington, N.J.
David Alan James Rathkey, 47, Mountain Lakes, N.J.
William Ralph Raub, 38, Saddle River, N.J.
Gerard Rauzi, 42, New York, N.Y.
Alexey Razuvaev, 40, New York, N.Y.
Gregory Reda, 33, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Sarah Prothero Redheffer, 35, London, England
Michele Reed, 26, Ringoes, N.J.
Judith A. Reese, 56, Kearny, N.J
Donald J. Regan, 47, Wallkill, N.Y.
Lt. Robert M. Regan, 48, Floral Park, N.Y.
Thomas M. Regan, 43, Cranford, N.J.
Christian Michael Otto Regenhard, 28, New York, N.Y.
Howard Reich, 59, New York, N.Y.
Gregg Reidy, 26, Holmdel, N.J.
Kevin O. Reilly, 28, New York, N.Y.
James Brian Reilly, 25, New York, N.Y.
Timothy E. Reilly, 40, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Reina, 32, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Barnes Reinig, 48, Bernardsville, N.J.
Frank B. Reisman, 41, Princeton, N.J.
Joshua Scott Reiss, 23, New York, N.Y.
Karen Renda, 52, New York, N.Y.
John Armand Reo, 28, Larchmont, N.Y.
Richard Rescorla, 62, Morristown, N.J.
John Thomas Resta, 40, New York, N.Y.
Sylvia San Pio Resta, 26, New York, N.Y.
Eduvigis (Eddie) Reyes, 37, New York, N.Y.
Bruce A. Reynolds, 41, Columbia, N.J.
John Frederick Rhodes, 57, Howell, N.J.
Francis S. Riccardelli, 40, Westwood, N.J.
Rudolph N. Riccio, 50, New York, N.Y
AnnMarie (Davi) Riccoboni, 58, New York, N.Y.
Eileen Mary Rice, 57, New Yor, N.Y.
David Rice, 31, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth F. Rice, 34, Hicksville, N.Y.
Lt. Vernon Allan Richard, 53, Nanuet, NY.*
Claude D. Richards, 46, New York, N.Y.
Gregory Richards, 30, New York, N.Y*
Michael Richards, 38, New York, N.Y.
Venesha O. Richards, 26, North Brunswick, N.J.
James C. Riches, 29, New York, N.Y.
Alan Jay Richman, 44, New York, N.Y.
John M. Rigo, 48, New York, N.Y.
Theresa (Ginger) Risco, 48, New York, N.Y.
Rose Mary Riso, 55, New York, N.Y.
Moises N. Rivas, 29, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Rivelli, 43, New York, N.Y.
Isaias Rivera, 51, Perth Amboy, N.J.
Linda Rivera, 26, New York, N.Y.
Juan William Rivera, 27, New York, N.Y.
Carmen A. Rivera, 33, Westtown, N.Y.
David E. Rivers, 40, New York, N.Y.
Joseph R. Riverso, 34, White Plains, N.Y.
Paul Rizza, 34, Park Ridge, N.J.
John Frank Rizzo, 50, New York, N.Y.
Stephen Louis Roach, 36, Verona, N.J.
Joseph Roberto, 37, Midland Park, N.J.
Leo A. Roberts, 44, Wayne, N.J.
Michael Roberts, 30, New York, N.Y.
Michael Edward Roberts, 31, New York, N.Y.
Donald Walter Robertson, 35, Rumson, N.J.
Catherina Robinson, 45, New York, N.Y.
Jeffrey Robinson, 38, Monmouth Junction, N.J.
Michell Lee Robotham, 32, Kearny, N.J.
Donald Robson, 52, Manhasset, N.Y.
Antonio Augusto Tome Rocha, 34, East Hanover, N.J.
Raymond J. Rocha, 29, Malden, Mass.
Laura Rockefeller, 41, New York, N.Y.
John M. Rodak, 39, Mantua, N.J.
Antonio Jose Carrusca Rodrigues, 35, Port Washington, N.Y.
Anthony Rodriguez, 36, New York, N.Y.
Carmen Milagros Rodriguez, 46, Freehold, N.J.
Marsha A. Rodriguez, 41, West Paterson, N.J
Richard Rodriguez, 31, Cliffwood, N.J.
Gregory E. Rodriguez, 31, White Plains, N.Y
David B. Rodriguez-Vargas, 44, New York, N.Y.
Matthew Rogan, 37, West Islip, N.Y.
Karlie Barbara Rogers, 25, London, England
Scott Rohner, 22, Hoboken, N.J.
Keith Roma, 27, New York, N.Y.
Joseph M. Romagnolo, 37, Coram, N.Y.
Elvin Santiago Romero, 34, Matawan, N.J.
Efrain Franco Romero, 57, Hazleton, Pa.
James A. Romito, 51, Westwood, N.J.
Sean Rooney, 50, Stamford, Conn.
Eric Thomas Ropiteau, 24, New York, N.Y
Aida Rosario, 42, Jersey City, N.J.
Angela Rosario, 27, New York, N.Y.
Fitzroy St. Rose, 40, New York, N.Y.
Mark H. Rosen, 45, West Islip, N.Y.
Linda Rosenbaum, 41, Little Falls, N.J
Brooke David Rosenbaum, 31, Franklin Square, N.Y.
Sheryl Lynn Rosenbaum, 33, Warren, N.J.
Lloyd D. Rosenberg, 31, Morganville, N.J.
Mark Louis Rosenberg, 26, Teaneck, N.J.
Andrew I. Rosenblum, 45, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Joshua M. Rosenblum, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
Joshua A. Rosenthal, 44, New York, N.Y.
Richard David Rosenthal, 50, Fair Lawn, N.J.
Daniel Rossetti, 32, Bloomfield, N.J.
Norman Rossinow, 39, Cedar Grove, N.J.
Nicholas P. Rossomando, 35, New York, N.Y.
Michael Craig Rothberg, 39, Greenwich, Conn.
Donna Marie Rothenberg, 53, New York, N.Y.
Nick Rowe, 29, Hoboken, N.J.
Timothy A. Roy, 36, Massapequa Park, N.Y.
Paul G. Ruback, 50, Newburgh, N.Y.
Ronald J. Ruben, 36, Hoboken, N.J.
Joanne Rubino, 45, New York, N.Y.
David Michael Ruddle, 31, New York, N.Y.
Bart Joseph Ruggiere, 32, New York, N.Y.
Susan Ann Ruggiero, 30, Plainview, N.Y.
Adam K. Ruhalter, 40, Plainview, N.Y.
Gilbert Ruiz, 57, New York, N.Y.
Stephen P. Russell, 40, Rockaway Beach, N.Y.
Steven Harris Russin, 32, Mendham, N.J.
Lt. Michael Thomas Russo, 44, Nesconset, N.Y.
Wayne Alan Russo, 37, Union, N.J.
John J. Ryan, 45, West Windsor, N.J.
Edward Ryan, 42, Scarsdale, N.Y
Jonathan Stephan Ryan, 32, Bayville, N.Y.
Matthew Lancelot Ryan, 54, Seaford, N.Y.
Kristin A. Irvine Ryan, 30, New York, N.Y.
Tatiana Ryjova, 36, South Salem, N.Y
Christina Sunga Ryook, 25, New York, N.Y.
Thierry Saada, 27, New York, N.Y.
Jason E. Sabbag, 26, New York, N.Y.
Thomas E. Sabella, 44, New York, N.Y.
Scott Saber, 36, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Sacerdote, 48, Freehold, N.J.
Mohammad Ali Sadeque, 62, New York, N.Y
Francis J. Sadocha, 41, Huntington, N.Y.
Jude Elias Safi, 24, New York, N.Y.
Brock Joel Safronoff, 26, New York, N.Y.
Edward Saiya, 49, New York, N.Y.
John Patrick Salamone, 37, North Caldwell, N.J.
Hernando R. Salas, 71, New York, N.Y.
Juan Salas, 35, New York, N.Y.
Esmerlin Salcedo, 36, New York, N.Y.
John Salvatore Salerno, 31, Westfield, N.J.
Richard L. Salinardi, 32, Hoboken, N.J.
Wayne John Saloman, 43, Seaford, N.Y.
Nolbert Salomon, 33, New York, N.Y.
Catherine Patricia Salter, 37, New York, N.Y.
Frank Salvaterra, 41, Manhasset, N.Y.
Paul R. Salvio, 27, New York, N.Y.
Samuel R. Salvo, 59, Yonkers, N.Y.
Carlos Samaniego, 29, New York, N.Y.
Rena Sam-Dinnoo, 28, New York, N.Y.
James Kenneth Samuel, 29, Hoboken, N.J.
Hugo Sanay-Perafiel, 41, New York, N.Y.
Alva Jeffries Sanchez, 41, Hempstead, N.Y.
Jacquelyn P. Sanchez, 23, New York, N.Y.
Erick Sanchez, 43, New York, N.Y
Eric Sand, 36, Westchester, N.Y.
Stacey Leigh Sanders, 25, New York, N.Y.
Herman Sandler, 57, New York, N.Y.
James Sands, 39, Bricktown, N.J.
Ayleen J. Santiago, 40, New York, N.Y.
Kirsten Santiago, 26, New York, N.Y.
Maria Theresa Santillan, 27, Morris Plains, N.J.
Susan G. Santo, 24, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Santora, 23, New York, N.Y.
John Santore, 49, New York, N.Y.
Mario L. Santoro, 28, New York, N.Y.
Rafael Humberto Santos, 42, New York, N.Y
Rufino Conrado F. (Roy) Santos, 37, New York, N.Y.
Kalyan K. Sarkar, 53, Westwood, N.J.
Chapelle Sarker, 37, New York, N.Y.
Paul F. Sarle, 38, Babylon, N.Y.
Deepika Kumar Sattaluri, 33, Edison, N.J.
Gregory Thomas Saucedo, 31, New York, N.Y.
Susan Sauer, 48, Chicago, Ill.
Anthony Savas, 72, New York, N.Y.
Vladimir Savinkin, 21, New York, N.Y.
John Sbarbaro, 45, New York, N.Y.
Robert L. Scandole, 36, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Michelle Scarpitta, 26, New York, N.Y.
Dennis Scauso, 46, Dix Hills, N.Y.
John A. Schardt, 34, New York, N.Y.
John G. Scharf, 29, Manorville, N.Y.
Fred Claude Scheffold, 57, Piermont, N.Y.
Angela Susan Scheinberg, 46, New York, N.Y.
Scott M. Schertzer, 28, Edison, N.J.
Sean Schielke, 27, New York, N.Y.
Steven Francis Schlag, 41, Franklin Lakes, N.J.
Jon S. Schlissel, 51, Jersey City, N.J.
Karen Helene Schmidt, 42, Bellmore, N.Y
Ian Schneider, 45, Short Hills, N.J.
Thomas G. Schoales, 27, Stony Point, N.Y.
Marisa Di Nardo Schorpp, 38, White Plains, N.Y.
Frank G. Schott, 39, Massapequa Park, N.Y.
Gerard P. Schrang, 45, Holbrook, N.Y.
Jeffrey Schreier, 48, New York, N.Y.
John T. Schroeder, 31, Hoboken, N.J.
Susan Lee Kennedy Schuler, 55, Allentown, N.J.
Edward W. Schunk, 54, Baldwin, N.Y.
Mark E. Schurmeier, 44, McLean, Va.
Clarin Shellie Schwartz, 51, New York, N.Y.
John Schwartz, 49, Goshen, Conn.
Mark Schwartz, 50, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Adriane Victoria Scibetta, 31, New York, N.Y.
Raphael Scorca, 61, Beachwood, N.J.
Randolph Scott, 48, Stamford, Conn.
Christopher J. Scudder, 34, Monsey, N.Y.
Arthur Warren Scullin, 57, New York, N.Y.
Michael Seaman, 41, Manhasset, N.Y.
Margaret Seeliger, 34, New York, N.Y.
Carlos Segarra, 54, New York, N.Y.
Anthony Segarra, 52, New York, N.Y.
Jason Sekzer, 31, New York, N.Y.
Matthew Carmen Sellitto, 23, Morristown, N.J.
Howard Selwyn, 47, Hewlett, N.Y.
Larry John Senko, 34, Yardley, Pa.
Arturo Angelo Sereno, 29, New York, N.Y.
Frankie Serrano, 23, Elizabeth, N.J.
Alena Sesinova, 57, New York, N.Y.
Adele Sessa, 36, New York, N.Y.
Sita Nermalla Sewnarine, 37, New York, N.Y.
Karen Lynn Seymour-Dietrich, 40, Millington, N.J.
Davis (Deeg) Sezna, 22, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Joseph Sgroi, 45, New York, N.Y.
Jayesh Shah, 38, Edgewater, N.J.
Khalid M. Shahid, 25, Union, N.J.
Mohammed Shajahan, 41, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Gary Shamay, 23, New York, N.Y.
Earl Richard Shanahan, 50, New York, N.Y.
Shiv Shankar, New York, N.Y.
Neil G. Shastri, 25, New York, N.Y.
Kathryn Anne Shatzoff, 37, New York, N.Y.
Barbara A. Shaw, 57, Morris Township, N.J.
Jeffrey J. Shaw, 42, Levittown, N.Y.
Robert J. Shay, 27, New York, N.Y.
Daniel James Shea, 37, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Joseph Patrick Shea, 47, Pelham, N.Y
Linda Sheehan, 40, New York, N.Y.
Hagay Shefi, 34, Tenafly, N.J.
John Anthony Sherry, 34, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Atsushi Shiratori, 36, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Shubert, 43, New York, N.Y.
Mark Shulman, 47, Old Bridge, N.J.
See-Wong Shum, 44, Westfield, N.J.
Allan Shwartzstein, 37, Chappaqua, N.Y.
Johanna Sigmund, 25, Wyndmoor, Pa.
Dianne T. Signer, 32, New York, N.Y.
Gregory Sikorsky, 34, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Stephen Gerard Siller, 34, West Brighton, N.Y.
David Silver, 35, New Rochelle, N.Y.
Craig A. Silverstein, 41, Wyckoff, N.J.
Nasima H. Simjee, 38, New York, N.Y
Bruce Edward Simmons, 41, Rdgewood, N.J.
Arthur Simon, 57, Thiells, N.Y.
Kenneth Alan Simon, 34, Secaucus, N.J
Michael John Simon, 40, Harrington Par, N.J.*
Paul Joseph Simon, 54, New York, N.Y*
Marianne Simone, 62, New York, N.Y.*
Barry Simowitz, 64, New York, N.Y.
Jeff Simpson, 38, Lake Ridge, Va.
Roshan R. (Sean) Singh, 21, New York, N.Y.
Khamladai K. (Khami) Singh, 25, New York, N.Y.
Thomas E. Sinton, 44, Croton-on-hudson, N.Y.
Peter A. Siracuse, 29, New York, N.Y.
Muriel F. Siskopoulos, 60, New York, N.Y.
Joseph M. Sisolak, 35, New York, N.Y.
John P. Skala, 31, Clifton, N.J.
Francis J. Skidmore, 58, Mendham, N.J.
Toyena Corliss Skinner, 27, Kingston, N.J.
Paul A. Skrzypek, 37, New York, N.Y.
Christopher Paul Slattery, 31, New York, N.Y.
Vincent R. Slavin, 41, Belle Harbor N.Y.
Robert Sliwak, 42, Wantagh, N.Y.
Paul K. Sloan, 26, New York, N.Y.
Stanley S. Smagala, 36, Holbrook, N.Y.
Wendy L. Small, 26, New York, N.Y.
Catherine T. Smith, 44, West Haverstraw, N.Y.
Daniel Laurence Smith, 47, Northport, N.Y.
George Eric Smith, 38, West Chester, Pa.
James G. Smith, 43, Garden City, N.Y.
Joyce Smith, 55, New York, N.Y
Karl Trumbull Smith, 44, Little Silver, N.J.
Kevin Smith, 47, Mastic, N.Y.
Leon Smith, 48, New York, N.Y
Moira Smith, 38, New York, N.Y.
Rosemary A. Smith, 61, New York, N.Y
Sandra Fajardo Smith, 37, New York, N.Y.
Jeffrey Randall Smith, 36, New York, N.Y.
Bonnie S. Smithwick, 54, Quogue, N.Y
Rochelle Monique Snell, 24, Mount Vernon, N.Y.
Leonard J. Snyder, 35, Cranford, N.J.
Astrid Elizabeth Sohan, 32, Freehold, N.J.
Sushil Solanki, 35, New York, N.Y.
Ruben Solares, 51, New York, N.Y.
Naomi Leah Solomon, 52, New York, N.Y.
Daniel W. Song, 34, New York, N.Y.
Michael C. Sorresse, 34, Morris Plains, N.J.
Fabian Soto, 31, Harrison, N.J.
Timothy P. Soulas, 35, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Gregory T. Spagnoletti, 32, New York, N.Y.
Donald F. Spampinato, 39, Manhasset, N.Y.
Thomas Sparacio, 35, New York, N.Y.
John Anthony Spataro, 32, Mineola, N.Y.
Robert W. Spear, 30, Valley Cottage, N.Y.
Maynard S. Spence, 42, Douglasville, Ga.
George E. Spencer, 50, West Norwalk, Conn.
Robert Andrew Spencer, 35, Red Bank, N.J.
Mary Rubina Sperando, 39, New York, N.Y.
Frank J. Spinelli, 44, Short Hills, N.J.
William E. Spitz, 49, Oceanside, N.Y.
Joseph P. Spor, 35, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Klaus Johannes Sprockamp, 42, Muhltal, Germany
Saranya Srinuan, 23, New York, N.Y.
Michael F. Stabile, 50, New York, N.Y.
Lawrence T. Stack, 58, Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Capt. Timothy Stackpole, 42, New York, N.Y.
Richard James Stadelberger, 55, Middletown, N.J.
Eric A. Stahlman, 43, Holmdel Township, N.J.
Gregory M. Stajk, 46, Long Beach, N.Y.
Corina Stan, 31, Middle Village, N.Y.
Alexandru Liviu Stan, 34, New York, N.Y.
Mary D. Stanley, 53, New York, N.Y.
Anthony M. Starita, 35, Westfield, N.J.
Jeffrey Stark, 30, New York, N.Y.
Derek James Statkevicus, 30, Norwalk, Conn.
Craig William Staub, 30, Basking Ridge, N.J.
William V. Steckman, 56, West Hempstead, N.Y.
Eric Thomas Steen, 32, New York, N.Y.
William R. Steiner, 56, New Hope, Pa.
Alexander Robbins Steinman, 32, Hoboken, N.J.
Andrew Stergiopoulos, 23, New York, N.Y
Andrew Stern, 41, Bellmore, N.Y.
Martha Jane Stevens, 55, New York, N.Y
Richard H. Stewart, 35, New York, N.Y.
Michael James Stewart, 42, New York, N.Y.
Sanford M. Stoller, 54, New York, N.Y.
Lonny J. Stone, 43, Bellmore, N.Y.
Jimmy Nevill Storey, 58, Katy, Texas
Timothy Stout, 42, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
Thomas S. Strada, 41, Chatham, N.J.
James J. Straine, 36, Oceanport, N.J.
Edward W. Straub, 48, Morris Township, N.J.
George Strauch, 53, Avon-by-the-Sea, N.J.
Edward T. Strauss, 44, Edison, N.J.
Steven R. Strauss, 51, Fresh Meadows, N.Y.
Steven F. Strobert, 33, Ridgewood, N.J.
Walwyn W. Stuart, 28, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Benjamin Suarez, 36, New York, N.Y.
David S. Suarez, 24, Princeton, N.J.
Ramon Suarez, 45, New York, N.Y
Yoichi Sugiyama, 34, Fort Lee, N.J.
William Christopher Sugra, 30, New York, N.Y.
Daniel Suhr, 37, Nesconset, N.Y.
David Marc Sullins, 30, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Christopher P. Sullivan, 38, Massapequa, N.Y.
Patrick Sullivan, 32, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Sullivan, 38, Kearney, N.J.
Hilario Soriano (Larry) Sumaya, 42, New York, N.Y.
James Joseph Suozzo, 47, Hauppauge, N.Y.
Colleen Supinski, 27, New York, N.Y.
Robert Sutcliffe, 39, Huntington, N.Y.
Selina Sutter, 63, New York, N.Y.
Claudia Suzette Sutton, 34, New York, N.Y.
John F. Swaine, 36, Larchmont, N.Y
Kristine M. Swearson, 34, New York, N.Y.
Brian Edward Sweeney, 29, Merrick, N.Y.
Kenneth J. Swensen, 40, Chatham, N.J.
Thomas F. Swift, 30, Jersey City, N.J.
Derek O. Sword, 29, New York, N.Y.
Kevin T. Szocik, 27, Garden City, N.Y
Gina Sztejnberg, 52, Ridgewood, N.J.
Norbert P. Szurkowski, 31, New York, N.Y.
Harry Taback, 56, New York, N.Y.
Joann Tabeek, 41, New York, N.Y.
Norma C. Taddei, 64, New York, N.Y.
Michael Taddonio, 39, Huntington, N.Y.
Keiji Takahashi, 42, Tenafly, N.J.
Keiichiro Takahashi, 53, Port Washington, N.Y.
Phyllis Gail Talbot, 53, New York, N.Y.
Robert R. Talhami, 40, Shrewsbury, N.J.
Sean Patrick Tallon, 26, Yonkers, N.Y.
Paul Talty, 40, Wantagh, N.Y.
Maurita Tam, 22, New York, N.Y.
Rachel Tamares, 30, New York, N.Y.
Hector Tamayo, 51, New York, N.Y.
Michael Andrew Tamuccio, 37, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Kenichiro Tanaka, 52, Rye Brook, N.Y
Rhondelle Cherie Tankard, 31, Devonshire, Bermuda
Michael Anthony Tanner, 44, Secaucus, N.J.
Dennis Gerard Taormina, 36, Montville, N.J.
Kenneth Joseph Tarantino, 39, Bayonne, N.J.
Allan Tarasiewicz, 45, New York, N.Y.
Ronald Tartaro, 39, Bridgewater, N.J
Darryl Taylor, 52, New York, N.Y
Donnie Brooks Taylor, 40, New York, N.Y.
Lorisa Ceylon Taylor, 31, New York, N.Y.
Michael M. Taylor, 42, New York, N.Y.
Paul A. Tegtmeier, 41, Hyde Park, N.Y.
Yeshavant Moreshwar Tembe, 59, Piscataway, N.J.
Anthony Tempesta, 38, Elizabeth, N.J.
Dorothy Temple, 52, New York, N.Y.
Stanley L. Temple, 77, New York, N.Y.
David Tengelin, 25, New York, N.Y.
Brian J. Terrenzi, 29, Hicksville, N.Y.
Lisa Marie Terry, 42, Rochester, Mich.
Goumatie T. Thackurdeen, 35, New York, N.Y.
Harshad Sham Thatte, 30, Norcross, Ga.
Thomas F. Theurkauf, 44, Stamford, Conn.
Lesley Anne Thomas, 40, Hoboken, N.J.
Brian T. Thompson, 49, Dix Hills, N.Y.
Clive Thompson, 43, Summit, N.J.
Glenn Thompson, 44, New York, N.Y.
Perry Anthony Thompson, 36, Mount Laurel, N.J.
Vanavah Alexi Thompson, 26, New York, N.Y.
Capt. William Harry Thompson, 51, New York, N.Y.
Nigel Bruce Thompson, 33, New York, N.Y.
Eric Raymond Thorpe, 35, New York, N.Y.
Nichola A. Thorpe, 22, New York, N.Y.
Sal Tieri, 40, Shrewsbury, N.J.
John Patrick Tierney, 27, New York, N.Y.
Mary Ellen Tiesi, 38, Jersey City, N.J.
William R. Tieste, 54, Basking Ridge, N.J.
Kenneth F. Tietjen, 31, Matawan, N.J.
Stephen Edward Tighe, 41, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Scott C. Timmes, 28, Ridgewood, N.Y.
Michael E. Tinley, 56, Dallas, Texas
Jennifer M. Tino, 29, Livingston, N.J.
Robert Frank Tipaldi, 25, New York, N.Y.
John J. Tipping, 33, Port Jefferson, N.Y.
David Tirado, 26, New York, N.Y.
Hector Luis Tirado, 30, New York, N.Y.
Michelle Titolo, 34, Copiague, N.Y.
John J. Tobin, 47, Kenilworth, N.J.
Richard J. Todisco, 61, Wyckoff, N.J.
Vladimir Tomasevic, 36, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Stephen K. Tompsett, 39, Garden City, N.Y.
Thomas Tong, 31, New York, N.Y.
Azucena de la Torre, 50, New York, N.Y.
Doris Torres, 32, New York, N.Y.
Luis Eduardo Torres, 31, New York, N.Y.
Amy E. Toyen, 24, Newton, Mass.
Christopher M. Traina, 25, Bricktown, N.J.
Daniel Patrick Trant, 40, Northport, N.Y.
Abdoul Karim Traore, 41, New York, N.Y.
Glenn J. Travers, 53, Tenafly, N.J.
Walter (Wally) P. Travers, 44, Upper Saddle River, N.J.
Felicia Traylor-Bass, 38, New York, N.Y.
Lisa L. Trerotola, 38, Hazlet, N.J.
Karamo Trerra, 40, New York, N.Y.
Michael Trinidad, 33, New York, N.Y.
Francis Joseph Trombino, 68, Clifton, N.J.
Gregory J. Trost, 26, New York, N.Y.
William Tselepis, 33, New Providence, N.J.
Zhanetta Tsoy, 32, Jersey City, N.J.
Michael Patrick Tucker, 40, Rumson, N.J.
Lance Richard Tumulty, 32, Bridgewater, N.J.
Ching Ping Tung, 44, New York, N.Y.
Simon James Turner, 39, London, England
Donald Joseph Tuzio, 51, Goshen, N.Y.
Robert T. Twomey, 48, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer Tzemis, 26, New York, N.Y.
John G. Ueltzhoeffer, 36, Roselle Park, N.J.
Tyler V. Ugolyn, 23, New York, N.Y.
Michael A. Uliano, 42, Aberdeen, N.J.
Jonathan J. Uman, 33, Westport, Conn.
Anil Shivhari Umarkar, 34, Hackensack, N.J.
Allen V. Upton, 44, New York, N.Y.
Diane Maria Urban, 50, Malverne, N.Y.
John Damien Vaccacio, 30, New York, N.Y.
Bradley H. Vadas, 37, Westport, Conn.
William Valcarcel, 54, New York, N.Y.
Mayra Valdes-Rodriguez, 39, New York, N.Y.
Felix Antonio Vale, 29, New York, N.Y.
Ivan Vale, 27, New York, N.Y.
Santos Valentin, 39, New York, N.Y.
Benito Valentin, 33, New York, N.Y.
Manuel Del Valle, 32, New York, N.Y.
Carlton Francis Valvo, 38, New York, N.Y.
Edward Raymond Vanacore, 29, Jersey City, N.J.
Jon C. Vandevander, 44, Ridgewood, N.J.
Frederick T. Varacchi, 35, Greenwich, Conn.
Gopalakrishnan Varadhan, 32, New York, N.Y.
David Vargas, 46, New York, N.Y.
Scott C. Vasel, 32, Park Ridge, N.J.
Santos Vasquez, 55, New York, N.Y
Azael Ismael Vasquez, 21, New York, N.Y.
Arcangel Vazquez, 47, New York, N.Y.
Peter Anthony Vega, 36, New York, N.Y.
Sankara S. Velamuri, 63, Avenel, N.J.
Jorge Velazquez, 47, Passaic, N.J.
Lawrence Veling, 44, New York, N.Y.
Anthony M. Ventura, 41, Middletown, N.J.
David Vera, 41, New York, N.Y.
Loretta A, Vero, 51, Nanuet, N.Y.
Christopher Vialonga, 30, Demarest, N.J.
Matthew Gilbert Vianna, 23, Manhasset, N.Y.
Robert A. Vicario, 40, Weehawken, N.J.
Celeste Torres Victoria, 41, New York, N.Y.
Joanna Vidal, 26, Yonkers, N.Y.
John T. Vigiano, 36, West Islip, N.Y.
Joseph Vincent Vigiano, 34, Medford, N.Y.
Frank J. Vignola, 44, Merrick, N.Y.
Joseph B. Vilardo, 44, Stanhope, N.J.
Sergio Villanueva, 33, New York, N.Y.
Chantal Vincelli, 38, New York, N.Y.
Melissa Vincent, 28, Hoboken, N.J.
Francine A. Virgilio, 48, New York, N.Y.
Lawrence Virgilio, 38 New York, NY.
Joseph G. Visciano, 22, New York, N.Y.
Joshua S. Vitale, 28, Great Neck, N.Y.
Maria Percoco Vola, 37, New York, N.Y.
Lynette D. Vosges, 48, New York, N.Y.
Garo H. Voskerijian, 43, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Alfred Vukosa, 37, New York, N.Y.
Gregory Wachtler, 25, Ramsey, N.J.
Gabriela Waisman, 33, New York, N.Y.
Wendy Alice Rosario Wakeford, 40, Freehold, N.J.
Courtney Wainsworth Walcott, 37, New York, N.Y.
Victor Wald, 49, New York, N.Y.
Benjamin Walker, 41, Suffern, N.Y.
Glen J. Wall, 38, Rumson, N.J.
Mitchel Scott Wallace, 34, Mineola, N.Y.
Lt. Robert F. Wallace, 43, New York, N.Y.
Roy Michael Wallace, 42, Wyckoff, N.J.
Peter G. Wallace, 66, Lincoln Park, N.J.
Jean Marie Wallendorf, 23, New York, N.Y.
Matthew Blake Wallens, 31, New York, N.Y.
John Wallice, 43, Huntington, N.Y.
Barbara P. Walsh, 59, New York, N.Y.
James Walsh, 37, Scotch Plains, N.J.
Jeffrey Patrick Walz, 37, Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Ching H. Wang, 59, New York, N.Y.
Weibin Wang, 41, Orangeburg, N.Y.
Lt. Michael Warchola, 51, Middle Village, N.Y.
Stephen Gordon Ward, 33, Gorham, Maine
James A. Waring, 49, New York, N.Y.
Brian G. Warner, 32, Morganville, N.J.
Derrick Washington, 33, Calverton, N.Y.
Charles Waters, 44, New York, N.Y.
James Thomas (Muddy) Waters, 39, New York, N.Y.
Capt. Patrick J. Waters, 44, New York, N.Y.
Kenneth Watson, 39, Smithtown, N.Y.
Michael H. Waye, 38, Morganville, N.J.
Walter E. Weaver, 30, Centereach, N.Y.
Todd C. Weaver, 30, New York, N.Y.
Nathaniel Webb, 56, Jersey City, N.J.
Dinah Webster, 50, Port Washington, N.Y.
Joanne Flora Weil, 39, New York, N.Y.
Michael Weinberg, 34, New York, N.Y.
Steven Weinberg, 41, New City, N.Y.
Scott Jeffrey Weingard, 29, New York, N.Y.
Steven Weinstein, 50, New York, N.Y.
Simon Weiser, 65, New York, N.Y.
David T. Weiss, 50, New York, N.Y.
David M. Weiss, 41, Maybrook, N.Y.
Vincent Michael Wells, 22, Redbridge, England
Timothy Matthew Welty, 34, Yonkers, N.Y.
Christian Hans Rudolf Wemmers, 43, San Francisco, Calif.
Ssu-Hui (Vanessa) Wen, 23, New York, N.Y.
Oleh D. Wengerchuk, 56, Centerport, N.Y.
Peter M. West, 54, Pottersville, N.J.
Whitfield West, 41, New York, N.Y.
Meredith Lynn Whalen, 23, Hoboken, N.J.
Eugene Whelan, 31, Rockaway Beach, N.Y.
John S. White, 48, New York, N.Y.
Edward James White, 30, New York, N.Y.
James Patrick White, 34, Hoboken, N.J.
Kenneth W. White, 50, New York, N.Y.
Leonard Anthony White, 57, New York, N.Y.
Malissa White, 37, New York, N.Y.
Wayne White, 38, New York, N.Y.
Adam S. White, 26, New York, N.Y.
Leanne Marie Whiteside, 31, New York, N.Y.
Mark Whitford, 31, Salisbury Mills, N.Y.
Michael T. Wholey, 34, Westwood, N.J.
Mary Lenz Wieman, 43, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Jeffrey David Wiener, 33, New York, N.Y.
William J. Wik, 44, Crestwood, N.Y.
Alison Marie Wildman, 30, New York, N.Y.
Lt. Glenn Wilkinson, 46, Bayport, N.Y.
John C. Willett, 29, Jersey City, N.J.
Brian Patrick Williams, 29, New York, N.Y.
Crossley Williams, 28, Uniondale, N.Y.
David Williams, 34, New York, N.Y.
Deborah Lynn Williams, 35, Hoboken, N.J.
Kevin Michael Williams, 24, New York, N.Y.
Louis Calvin Williams, 53, Mandeville, La.
Louie Anthony Williams, 44, New York, N.Y.
Lt. John Williamson, 46, Warwick, N.Y.
Donna Wilson, 48, Williston Park, N.Y.
William E. Wilson, 58, New York, N.Y.
Cynthia Wilson, 52, New York, N.Y.
David H. Winton, 29, New York, N.Y.
Glenn J. Winuk, 40, New York, N.Y.
Thomas Francis Wise, 43, New York, N.Y.
Alan L. Wisniewski, 47, Howell, N.J.
Frank T. Wisniewski, 54, Basking Ridge, N.J.
David Wiswall, 54, North Massapequa, N.Y.
Sigrid Charlotte Wiswe, 41, New York, N.Y.
Michael R. Wittenstein, 34, Hoboken, N.J.
Christopher W. Wodenshek, 35, Ridgewood, N.J.
Martin P. Wohlforth, 47, Greenwich, Conn.
Katherine S. Wolf, 40, New York, N.Y.
Jenny Seu Kueng Low Wong, 25, New York, N.Y.
Jennifer Y. Wong, 26, New York, N.Y.
Siu Cheung Wong, 34, Jersey City, N.J.
Yin Ping (Steven) Wong, 34, New York, N.Y.
Yuk Ping Wong, 47, New York, N.Y.
Brent James Woodall, 31, Oradell, N.J.
James J. Woods, 26, New York, N.Y.
Patrick Woods, 36, New York, N.Y.
Richard Herron Woodwell, 44, Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J.
Capt. David Terence Wooley, 54, Nanuet, N.Y.
John Bentley Works, 36, Darien, Conn.
Martin Michael Wortley, 29, Park Ridge, N.J.
Rodney James Wotton, 36, Middletown, N.J.
William Wren, 61, Lynbrook, N.Y.
John Wright, 33, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Neil R. Wright, 30, Asbury, N.J.
Sandra Wright, 57, Langhorne, Pa.
Jupiter Yambem, 41, Beacon, N.Y.
Suresh Yanamadala, 33, Plainsboro, N.J.
Matthew David Yarnell, 26, Jersey City, N.J.
Myrna Yaskulka, 59, New York, N.Y.
Shakila Yasmin, 26, New York, N.Y.
Olabisi L. Yee, 38, New York, N.Y.
Edward P. York, 45, Wilton, Conn.
Kevin Patrick York, 41, Princeton, N.J.
Raymond York, 45, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Suzanne Youmans, 60, New York, N.Y.
Jacqueline (Jakki) Young, 37, New York, N.Y.
Barrington L. Young, 35, New York, N.Y.
Elkin Yuen, 32, New York, N.Y.
Joseph Zaccoli, 39, Valley Stream, N.Y.
Adel Agayby Zakhary, 50, North Arlington, N.J.
Arkady Zaltsman, 45, New York, N.Y.
Edwin J. Zambrana, 24, New York, N.Y.
Robert Alan Zampieri, 30, Saddle River, N.J.
Mark Zangrilli, 36, Pompton Plains, N.J.
Ira Zaslow, 55, North Woodmere, N.Y.
Kenneth Albert Zelman, 37, Succasunna, N.J.
Abraham J. Zelmanowitz, 55, New York, N.Y.
Martin Morales Zempoaltecatl, 22, New York, N.Y.
Zhe (Zack) Zeng, 28, New York, N.Y.
Marc Scott Zeplin, 33, Harrison, N.Y.
Jie Yao Justin Zhao, 27, New York, N.Y.
Ivelin Ziminski, 40, Tarrytown, N.Y.
Michael Joseph Zinzi, 37, Newfoundland, N.J
Charles A. Zion, 54, Greenwich, Conn.
Julie Lynne Zipper, 44, Paramus, N.J.
Salvatore J. Zisa, 45, Hawthorne, N.J.
Prokopios Paul Zois, 46, Lynbrook, N.Y.
Joseph J. Zuccala, 54, Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.
Andrew Steven Zucker, 27, New York, N.Y.
Igor Zukelman, 29, New York, N.Y.