In an article titled "9/11: Time for million Muslim men to shut up", Farid Ghadry wisely says, "On 9/11, I intend to remember all those who perished and keep my mouth shut. It is the only day in the year when I feel my silence is necessary and the best way to express how sorry most American-Muslims are for the tragedy of 9/11. You see, those responsible for the terror did it in our name (Arabs) and under the banner of our religion (Islam). If we cannot feel the weight of that responsibility, we do not deserve to be Americans. Besides, why use the word 'Muslim' to describe the march if religious divisiveness is not the intent?"