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  • Jihad in WWII - The clear 'holy war' within the Muslim world [Historic truth]

    12/05/2010 10:17:19 PM PST · by PRePublic · 24 replies
    The following are examples of the clearly 'Holy War' jihad in WW2:Whether by Islamic leaders, Mullahs and "activists" or even by the general public in the Muslim world who Islamicized Hitler in its glorification. ISLAMICIZING HITLER"The closed circle: an interpretation of the Arabs," David Pryce-Jones, Ivan R. Dee: 2002 (ISBN 1566634407, 9781566634403), p. 201Preposterously, Hitler himself was Islamicized on the radio and by word of mouth as "Abu Ali," and in Egypt at least was referred to as "Muhammad Haidar." As such, he was prayed for in every village, ...http://books.google.com/books?&id=VCQXAQAAIAAJ&dq=muhammad+haidar"The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin Al-Husseini," Chuck...
  • Alqaeda Terrorist from Falls Church, Virginia sentenced to life in prison

    07/27/2009 7:54:21 PM PDT · by HokieMom · 12 replies · 691+ views
    Washington Examiner ^ | July 28, 2009 | Maria Schmitt
    Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, a Falls Church man and a member of al Qaeda who admitted he was planning to assassinate then-President George W. Bush, was sentenced to life in prison Monday at federal court in Alexandria. Abu Ali was originally sentenced in 2005 to 30 years in prison. U.S. Judge Gerald Bruce Lee of the U.S. District Court for eastern Virginia ruled Monday that Abu Ali should spend life in prison partially because he never renounced his al Qaeda ties. After the initial sentencing, both sides filed appeals. Abu Ali completed some of his sentence in solitary confinement at...
  • DOSSIER OF (AMERICAN) SACRAMENTO STATE UNIV. STUDENT REPORTED KILLED IN YEMENI C.I.A. DRONE ATTACK

    11/07/2002 10:54:40 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 131 replies · 1,285+ views
    State Hornet Student Newspaper ^ | 27 November 2001 (Originally) | State Hornet Student Newspaper
    Original Article: Accused Terrorist on Trial in Jordan Attended Classes at Sac State; Initiation to Terrorism May Have Started in Sacramento, According to Published Reports. Layla Bohm State Hornet (Student Newspaper) November 27, 2001 Former Sacramento State student Raed Hijazi at his trial in Jordan Nov. 26. Hijazi pleaded innocent to nine charges stemming from a plot to execute terrorist attacks on America and Israel during Millenium celebrations in December 1999. Courtesy Photo/A He was a typical California student. Born in San Jose Dec. 3, 1968, Raed Hijazi eventually attended Sacramento City College, took a Sacramento State extension course...
  • Threat Matrix: June 2008

    06/02/2008 12:04:34 PM PDT · by nwctwx · 1,085 replies · 5,263+ views
    The Hunt for American al Qaeda The United States is turning up the heat in the hunt for the California boy turned al Qaeda operative, Adam Gadahn, who has been charged with treason and is believed to be hiding in Afghanistan. If caught and convicted, Gadahn could face the death penalty. The State Department along with the Department of Diplomatic Security announced the beginning of a publicity campaign in Afghanistan urging locals to provide any information on Gadahn's whereabouts, with a reward if the information leads to his capture. Radio advertisements with information concerning the $1 million reward have...
  • US man in Bush murder plot gets 30 years in jail

    03/29/2006 12:58:47 PM PST · by jmc1969 · 12 replies · 910+ views
    Reuters ^ | March 29 2006
    A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced a U.S. man convicted of plotting to assassinate President George W. Bush and conspiring with al Qaeda to 30 years in prison. In November, Abu Ali was found guilty of all charges in a nine-count indictment, including conspiracy to assassinate Bush, conspiring to support al Qaeda and conspiracy to hijack aircraft.
  • Iraq Official: Saddam Moved WMD to Syria

    01/26/2006 11:56:46 AM PST · by French_for_Bush · 138 replies · 9,408+ views
    <p>The former number two official in Saddam Hussein's Iraqi air force claims the former Iraqi dictator moved weapons of mass destruction from Iraq to Syria in the months preceding the current Iraq war.</p>
  • Suspect in Assassination Plot Convicted [to personally assassinate Bush...]

    11/22/2005 12:03:36 PM PST · by Sub-Driver · 16 replies · 750+ views
    Suspect in Assassination Plot Convicted By MATTHEW BARAKAT, Associated Press Writer 5 minutes ago Jurors rejected a U.S. citizen's claim he was tortured by Saudi forces to extract a confession and found him guilty Tuesday of joining al-Qaida and plotting the assassination of President Bush. Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, 24, could be sentenced to life in prison on charges that include conspiracy to assassinate the president, conspiracy to hijack aircraft and providing support to al-Qaida. Abu Ali confessed shortly after his arrest at a Medina, Saudi Arabia, university in June 2003 that he joined al-Qaida and discussed various terrorist plots,...
  • Terror Suspect: 'Everyone Makes Mistakes'

    11/02/2005 4:18:35 PM PST · by blam · 16 replies · 770+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 11-3-2005 | Matthew Barakat
    Terror Suspect: 'Everyone Makes Mistakes' Thursday November 3, 2005 12:01 AM By MATTHEW BARAKAT Associated Press Writer ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - After confessing to FBI agents that he joined al-Qaida and discussed plans to assassinate President Bush, an American student wrote a letter to his parents saying that ``everyone makes mistakes.'' ``I know this will be difficult for you ... but I've been detained here in Saudi Arabia for some charges of terrorism,'' wrote Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, 24, who is on trial in federal court for conspiracy to assassinate the president, providing support to al-Qaida and other charges. ``It...
  • US judge to keep Qaeda suspect's confessions

    10/24/2005 5:07:44 PM PDT · by Valin · 2 replies · 278+ views
    Reuters ^ | 10/24/05 | Deborah Charles
    A federal judge on Monday denied a request by a U.S. citizen, who has been charged with plotting to kill President George W. Bush, to throw out confessions he signed while in Saudi custody where he claims he was tortured. U.S. District Judge Gerald Bruce Lee issued brief orders denying requests by Ahmed Abu Ali, 24, to throw out the confessions he signed and to dismiss the case. Lee said he would explain his ruling at a later date. The ruling comes the day before jury selection is due to begin. Abu Ali was arrested in June 2003 while taking...
  • Judge rejects Bush plot suspect's request

    10/24/2005 4:57:44 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 10 replies · 1,726+ views
    ap on Yahoo ^ | 10/24/05 | Matthew Barakat - ap
    ALEXANDRIA, Va. - A federal judge ruled Monday that prosecutors can use a confession by a man charged with joining al-Qaida and plotting to assassinate President Bush, despite defense claims that the confession was obtained through torture. The ruling came after a six-day hearing in which Ahmed Omar Abu Ali testified that Saudi Arabian security officers whipped his back, kicked him in the stomach and pulled on his beard to obtain a confession. U.S. District Judge Gerald Bruce Lee issued a one-page ruling and said he would explain his reasoning in a forthcoming order. Abu Ali's lawyers wanted the confession...
  • Alleged Al Qaeda Terrorist Bemoans Saudi Interrogation Technique

    10/22/2005 10:46:03 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 21 replies · 1,009+ views
    The National Ledger ^ | Oct. 19, 2005 | Jim Kouri
    An alleged member of Al-Qaeda, charged with plotting to kill President George W. Bush, claims Saudi Arabian interrogators used torture techniques, including chaining, beating and whipping, to make him talk. Ahmed Abu Ali, an American citizen, said he was beaten and whipped shortly after being detained in Medina, Saudi Arabia during his first days of a 20 month captivity. The 24-year old suspected terrorist and assassin testified about his ordeal in a court hearing in Washington, DC being held to examine Abu Ali's confessions and whether they will be admitted into evidence during an upcoming trial. His lawyers claimed their...
  • Judge gets two views of confession

    10/21/2005 11:47:17 AM PDT · by JZelle · 1 replies · 179+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 10-21-05 | Matthew Barakat
    Saudi security police say Ahmed Omar Abu Ali was like "a bag of water" in his initial interrogation, spilling forth with a confession that he was an al Qaeda member and that he discussed plans to assassinate President Bush. A federal judge must decide which version he believes after hearing closing arguments yesterday in a six-day pretrial hearing in Alexandria to determine whether a confession Abu Ali gave to the Saudis in July 2003 should be allowed as evidence at his upcoming trial. The confession is the government's key piece of evidence. If U.S. District Judge Gerald Bruce Lee tosses...
  • FBI doctor disputes suspect's torture claims

    10/18/2005 12:47:31 AM PDT · by Hadean · 1 replies · 270+ views
    Pittburgh Tribune Review ^ | October 18, 2005
    ALEXANDRIA -- An FBI doctor testified Monday that he found no significant scars on the back of a U.S. citizen who claims that Saudi police whipped and tortured him into falsely confessing he joined al-Qaida and plotted to assassinate President Bush. Prosecutors allege Ahmed Omar Abu Ali joined al-Qaida in 2002 while enrolled in a college in Saudi Arabia. They say he confessed to plotting Bush's assassination along with other terrorist acts, including plans to establish an al-Qaida cell in the United States and to rescue of Muslim prisoners detained at Guantanamo Bay.
  • Terror suspect confesses to Bush plot

    10/11/2005 6:21:56 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 12 replies · 782+ views
    ap on Yahoo ^ | 10/11/05 | Matthew Barakat - ap
    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - A U.S. citizen accused of joining al-Qaida and plotting to assassinate President Bush said in a videotaped confession that he was motivated by hatred of American support for Israel. Ahmed Omar Abu Ali also said on the tape, played in court for the first time Tuesday, that a top al-Qaida operative in Saudi Arabia "made it clear I became one of them and that I could speak in the name of al-Qaida." The 13-minute confession was videotaped in 2003 by authorities in Saudi Arabia, where Abu Ali attended college. His attorneys want the confession thrown out....
  • Government: Man Wanted Bush Assassinated

    09/20/2005 11:13:14 AM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 14 replies · 1,049+ views
    AP ^ | September 20, 2005 | MATTHEW BARAKAT
    A suspected terrorist accused of conspiring to assassinate President Bush said he proposed the plot but it wasn't pursued, and he was frustrated that other members of his al-Qaida cell lacked initiative, according to prosecutors. A government motion unsealed this week by a federal judge reveals new details in the case against Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, 24, who is scheduled to go on trial next month. Prosecutors say the Falls Church resident has admitted joining al- Qaida while attending college in Saudi Arabia and that he discussed numerous terrorist plots, including plans to assassinate Bush and hijack airplanes. Abu Ali...
  • Al Qaeda Suspect Tells of Bush Plot

    09/19/2005 9:45:14 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 28 replies · 1,380+ views
    Washington Post ^ | Sept. 20, 2005 | Jerry Markon
    A Falls Church man charged with conspiring with al Qaeda to kill President Bush told Saudi interrogators that he dreamed up the plot on his own but that it never got past the "idea stage," prosecutors say in court documents unsealed yesterday. Abu Ali, 24, also said during the same interrogation that he "wanted to be in al Qaeda so bad that I decided to go to Afghanistan for jihad." He said he was unable to get a visa to travel there but did join an al Qaeda cell in Saudi Arabia. Abu Ali is charged in U.S. District Court...
  • Man Indicted in Bush Assassination Plot

    09/09/2005 4:30:56 AM PDT · by Leroy S. Mort · 12 replies · 899+ views
    AP ^ | Sept 9, 2005
    McLEAN, Va. (AP) - A man accused of plotting to assassinate President Bush was indicted Thursday on additional charges that could bring life in prison, and prosecutors now say he also planned to establish an al-Qaida cell in the United States. Prosecutors say Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, 24, of Falls Church joined al-Qaida in 2002 while studying in Saudi Arabia and that he discussed possible terrorist operations, including a plot to kill Bush either by shooting or by a suicide bombing.Prosecutors also allege Abu Ali discussed plans to assassinate members of Congress and to hijack aircraft and fly them into...
  • Iraqi al-Qaeda members arrested: govt

    06/22/2005 1:52:40 PM PDT · by jmc1969 · 26 replies · 764+ views
    AAP ^ | June 23, 2005
    The Iraqi government has announced that it has arrested two senior members of Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi's al-Qaeda in Iraq operating in the northern city of Mosul. The government said the two men were arrested on June 19 and were candidates to replace al-Qaeda's leader in Mosul who had been captured on June 14. They two men were identified as Salim Mohammed Ahmed, also known as Abu Nabhan, and Mohammed Thaer Ibrahim, also known as Abu Sarhan. "The two terrorists surrendered without resistance," the announcement said. It offered no other details about the arrests other than to say they were the result...
  • Critics want probe of Alexandria Islamic school - (are they indoctrinating in Wahhabism, or not?)

    05/29/2005 6:28:31 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 28 replies · 724+ views
    WASHINGTON TIMES.COM ^ | MAY 30, 2005 | Editors
    The Islamic Saudi Academy in Alexandria is an outpost of militant Islam, say critics who point out that the school's 1999 valedictorian is charged with joining al Qaeda and plotting to assassinate President Bush. Two other persons connected to the academy also have been linked to terrorism-related cases, and a U.S. senator has asked the Justice Department to investigate the school. The school was founded in 1984, primarily to serve children of the Saudi diplomatic corps. Today, the student body is more diverse, with nearly three dozen countries represented, but much of the funding still comes from the Saudi government....
  • Al Qaeda High

    04/05/2005 3:57:14 AM PDT · by Doctor13 · 11 replies · 1,016+ views
    CitizenSoldier ^ | March 2005 | Stella L. Jatras
    Al Qaeda High - Alleged Bush Assassin a Graduate of Local Saudi Madrassa Stella Jatras, who normally follows the Balkans for us, reports on efforts to establish yet another Saudi Madrassa outside Washington, D.C. Nestled snuggly in the Northern hills of Virginia, lies the Islamic Saudi Academy (ISA), better known as Al-Qaeda High. ISA's most notable graduate - so far - is Ahmed Omar Abu Ali. Ali was arrested recently for plotting to assassinate President Bush. Ali was born in Houston and later moved to Falls Church, Va., where he was valedictorian of his class at ISA. After graduation, a...