Sunday, October 19, 2008

Light a Candle for an American Hero

This morning (October 19, 2008) on Meet the Press, former Secretary of State Colin Powell related the simple and touching story of Army Cpl. Kareem Rashad Sultan Khan, a 20-year-old American soldier who died in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Powell eloquently noted that religion should not be a factor in any political discourse and that Muslim-American children have the same right to aspire to the Presidency that non-Muslim American children do. The same day The New York Times did a more in-depth follow-up on Cpl. Khan's all-too-short life and heroic sacrifice.

During my internet search for more information, I stumbled upon what I think is a gentle and caring way to let Cpl. Khan's family know that you appreciate the sacrifice that their son made for his country.

You can go to the website for the Thibadeau Mortuary and light a virtual candle for Cpl. Khan.

Here's the link:

Light a Candle

It will take a few seconds and make a statement that you agree with Gen. Powell.

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