Elsheba Khan leans her head on the headstone of her son, Kareem Rashad Sultan Khan in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D.C..
Added to the image is text from a Meet The Press appearance by Ret. Gen. Colin Powell:
- "...his name was Kareem Rashad Sultan Khan, and he was an American. He was born in New Jersey. He was 14 years old at the time of 9/11, and he waited until he [could] serve his country, and he gave his life."
- --Colin Powell, October 19, 2008
(The word "could" in Powell's quote was originally "can go")
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