New Terror Scare in Saudi Arabia - Alert for 85 al Qaeda Suspects
In what is being described as an "unprecedented global alert," the International Criminal Police Organization
today issued its largest-ever most wanted list for 85 terrorist suspects,
who are sought by Saudi Arabia for allegedly plotting attacks
against the country and for suspected links to al Qaeda.
"Never before has INTERPOL been asked to alert the world
about so many dangerous fugitives at one time,"
said Secretary General Ronald K. Noble in a statement.
"We know that we are approaching the
16th anniversary of the first World Trade Center bombing on Feb. 26, 2009
and therefore must be especially vigilant of fugitive al Qaeda terrorists."
"New Film Uncovers "Homegrown Jihad" group responsible
for nearly 50 attacks on American soil, operating 35 training camps across the nation,
but its name cannot be found on the State Department's list of foreign terrorist organizations
because the terrorism is supported by the US State Dept and Congress....
The group openly recruits through various social service organizations in the U.S.,
including the prison system. Members live in compounds where they agree
to abide by the laws of Jamaat ul-Fuqra, which are considered
to be above local, state and federal authority."