On September 11, Americans were honoring the death of almost 3,000 victims who were murdered by al Qaeda terrorists 11 years ago. That date borders on sacred to most Americans. Yet on that very day, Egyptians attacked the American Embassy in Cairo. They ripped the American flag to shreds and hoisted a black Islamist flag.
The same day, terrorists attacked the United States Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. They murdered four Americans, including the ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.