Recent images provided by the Associated Press have revealed receipts from Al-Qaeda depicting recordings penciled in by a ledger with expenses from cakes for less than a dollar, 3,300 bullets for ten dollars a round, travel expenses, and even a hundred dollars-worth of aid to families.
A Day of Remembrance and Solidarity brought together local and state leaders to commemorate the loss of life on September 11, 2001, and in subsequent years, from victims and first responders, to soldiers and innocent civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Shameel Arafin (b.1975) is a freelance photographer based in New York City. Over the last two years, his photojournalism has revolved around the culture of resistance in America, specifically with regard to documenting the erosion of civil liberties.
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