By Zubair Simonson

Roberto Schmidt
A person watches a 9/11 commemoration religious ceremony at the Greek Orthodox St. Nicholas National Shrine from the window of a building overlooking the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York City on Sept. 10 as the Tribute in Light shines upwards in the distance.

After the attack on our country I left Islam and held religion in disdain. But against the odds, I would come to learn that God became flesh and dwells among us.

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