Skip to comments.Al Qaeda Accuses Ahmadinejad of Being a 9/11 Truther
Posted on 09/29/2011 9:25:35 AM PDT by Starman417
Of course, the 9/11 Truther movement probably has its most receptive fan base in the Middle East.
About six days ago, Iranian leader Ahmadinejad made Truther claims before the UN General Assembly:
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said he believes - as an engineer - the World Trade Center towers could not have been brought down by aircraft.
Interviewed after his address to the UN General Assembly sparked a walkout, he told the AP news agency some kind of planned explosion must have occurred.
But he stopped short of saying the US staged the disaster 10 years ago.
He had been widely condemned for using his UN address to brand the US killing of Osama Bin Laden a 9/11 cover-up.
Eric Trager concludes his piece by stating how difficult it will be to curb anti-American sentiment and resentment in the war on terror so long as Arab 9/11 conspiracy theories are the prevalent beliefs being spun and propagandized. One major problem of course, is the refusal on the part of Muslims to take ownership and responsibility that violent brethren of their religion were indeed responsible for "waking the sleeping/paper tiger" from its slumber. It is far easier to scapegoat the dysfunctions of their society upon the Jews or the U.S. Living in denial. And of course, when Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda claimed the charges of responsibility were true, that they brought the Towers down, some Arabs secretly (and openly) showed anything from admiration, sympathy, or support for their romanticized version of "Robin Hood" to claims that Osama must be an agent working for the CIA. No amount of evidence to the contrary will ever be enough to convince those who want to believe in conspiracies rather than face the real causes for their miserable states.
When Ahmadinejad suggested that 9/11 wasn't caused by al Qaeda but by the U.S. government, who else other than We the People of the United States took offense? Why, al Qaeda in Yemen, no less, in the 7th issue of Inspire Magazine for Jihadis:
(Excerpt) Read more at floppingaces.net...
Cannibals eating other cannibals? Who’da thunk?
“We may be crazed, murderous Islamic fanatics but this guy Ahmedinijad - he’s really out there”.
When Ahmadinejad suggested that 9/11 wasn’t caused by al Qaeda but by the U.S. government, who else other than We the People of the United States took offense? Why, al Qaeda in Yemen, no less, in the 7th issue of Inspire Magazine for Jihadis:
Al Qaeda Yemen: “Stop making Al Qaeda look impotent!!”
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