The mission of Jews and Muslims Asking for a Credible Scientific Investigation of 9/11 (JMACSI 9/11) is to join other nonviolent seekers of truth in advocating for an unbiased comprehensive scientific investigation of the horrific events that happened on September 11, 2001. The reason for our quest is the existence of well-founded serious doubts about the scientific credibility, hence the very legitimacy of the official story of 9/11.
Thus, we have come together in this critically important mission to demand the truth, but also from our unique vantage point as Jews and Muslims. Here is why the focus we wish to bring to this issue is needed:
Obviously if an unbiased investigation of the actual events of 9/11 reveals facts contrary to the officially promoted narrative, history itself has the right to know such tragic facts. What has been largely neglected, however, is that the official story, which seems to distort the realities of 9/11 grossly, has been used to produce a deeply oppressive historically immense defamation of Muslims around the world; a horrific demonized defamation with which Jews are painfully familiar because of what they have suffered throughout the ages.
Hence besides striving to correct the historical record in this grave matter, JMACSI 9/11's nonviolent mission also provides a historic opportunity to further build the common grounds of empathy and solidarity, especially among us as Jews and Muslims, in our human longing for true peace and justice. This is why our sensitively unique mission needs to be an integral part of the larger popular movement to uncover the painful truths of 9/11.
As outlined in the relevant segments of this developing website, including our FAQ section, joining and participation in JMACSI 9/11 is open to all who accept to adhere to the scientific and moral/ethical discipline of this mission statement (patterned after A & E for 9/11 Truth), regardless of their diverse individual views and activities elsewhere about any other religious, secular, political, ideological, or social issue.
This initiative was founded on March 11, 2012, by Moji Agha