The survival of the passport of suspected 9/11 hijacker Satam Al Suqami is not in any way miraculous, nor is it important.
Firstly, the passport was not "found in the rubble pile" as so often claimed by Truthers. It was recovered on the street about 3 blocks away by a passer-by and turned in to a NYC policeman. People who ramble on about the "miraculous indestructible passport" carry on as if it was the only item to survive from Flight 11 but that isn't even remotely true. Lots of items from Flight 11 were recovered at and around the WTC site including seat cushions, floatation devices, the planes itinerary (printed on a sheet of paper), wallets, drivers licenses, credit cards and the identified remains of 52 people who were on board. The FEMA report details this. The streets for several blocks were littered with body parts and bits of plane. There is nothing miraculous about the passport surviving since it was ejected immediately from the building and landed blocks away instead of remaining in the building to be consumed by the inferno and buried under 110 stories of burning skyscraper.
The insinuation if not outright allegation from 9/11 Truthers is the passport had to be planted, but why? This is where we get to the part where we shouldn't care. The passport is not important because as evidence it is useless - it does not prove Satami was on the plane, only that is passport was, so why plant it?