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  • M15 INFILTRATED BY AL-QAEDA ("Bad News" Biased Headline)

    05/14/2006 3:36:04 PM PDT · by Stultis · 13 replies · 1,021+ views
    [May 14, 2006] M15 INFILTRATED BY AL-QAEDA (Sunday Mirror Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge)TERRORISTS from al-Qaeda have infiltrated Britain's security services, the Sunday Mirror can reveal. Bosses at M15 believe they unwittingly recruited the Muslim extremists after the July 7 suicide bombings in London last year which killed 52 people. They were signed up as part of a drive to find more Muslims and Arabic speakers to work as spies to help prevent future attacks by Osama bin Laden fantatics. Spymasters found some of the agents in Britain's universities and colleges and persuaded them to pass on information about suspected...
  • 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....
  • Top al-Qaida figure lived in Lodi(CA), witness says

    03/13/2006 6:02:08 PM PST · by Diver Dave · 103 replies · 4,518+ views
    The Sacramento Bee ^ | 13 Mar 06 | Denny Walsh
    An FBI informant testified Monday in Sacramento federal court that al-Qaida’s second-in-command, Ayman al-Zawahri, lived in Lodi during parts of 1998 and 1999. Naseem Khan, who is a critical prosecution witness in the trials of two Lodi men charged with having terrorist ties, testified he was living in Lodi in 1998 and 1999 and "every time I would go to the mosque (al-Zawahri) would be coming or going" from the mosque. Khan said al-Zawahri, known to the FBI as Osama bin Laden’s personal physician and top adviser, "disappeared" sometime in 1999.
  • Indictment: 3 plotted to kill U.S. soldiers

    02/21/2006 10:00:52 AM PST · by presidio9 · 39 replies · 1,636+ views
    AP ^ | Tuesday, February 21, 2006
    A federal grand jury has indicted three Ohio men on terrorism charges alleging they plotted to kill U.S. and coalition military personnel in Iraq and other countries. The three men were arrested over the weekend and were to be arraigned in federal courts in Cleveland and Toledo on Tuesday afternoon, said Assistant U.S. Attorney David Bauer. According to the indictment unsealed Monday, the three suspects recruited others to train for a violent holy war against the United States and its allies in Iraq. The indictment says they traveled together to a shooting range to practice shooting guns and studied how...
  • Iran is prepared to retaliate, experts warn

    02/12/2006 5:58:56 AM PST · by SJackson · 125 replies · 2,539+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | February 12, 2006 | Bryan Bender
    WASHINGTON -- Iran is prepared to launch attacks using long-range missiles, secret commando units, and terrorist allies planted around the globe in retaliation for any strike on the country's nuclear facilities, according to new US intelligence assessments and military specialists. Alerts US and Israeli officials have not ruled out military action against Iran if diplomacy fails to thwart its nuclear ambitions. Among the options are airstrikes on suspected nuclear installations or covert action to sabotage the Iranian program. But military and intelligence analysts warn that Iran -- which a recent US intelligence report described as ''more confident and assertive" than...
  • 51 terror suspects nabbed trying to enter U.S. illegally

    12/15/2005 5:11:17 AM PST · by Dan Evans · 21 replies · 816+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 12/15/2005
    At least 51 people who crossed the border illegally have been arrested on suspicion of terrorism since such tracking began 14 months ago, according to figures released to Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., by the Department of Homeland Security. Tancredo, a leading congressional advocate of immigration reform, says the figures document the national security risk the nation's porous borders pose on the eve of Congress' first attempt in nearly a decade to rewrite immigration law. Since October 2004, the Joint Terrorism Task Forces have kept track of arrested terrorist suspects who are in the U.S. illegally. The JTTF document released to...
  • WHAT ARE THESE GUYS HIDING? (Able Danger, 9/11 Must Read)

    12/08/2005 9:18:47 AM PST · by AliVeritas · 26 replies · 1,602+ views
    Philly ^ | 12-08-2005 | Michael Smerconish
    WHAT DID the 9/11 Commission know and when did they know it? That's what I want somebody with subpoena power to ask about Operation Able Danger. Or, as ex-FBI Director Louis Freeh said to me this week, "Why is the 9/11 Commission talking about hurricanes and tunnels and all these other things when it looks like they may have missed the single most important fact with respect to Sept. 11?" Freeh was answering my request for a response to comments made by Lee Hamilton and Tom Kean on "Meet the Press" last weekend. Operation Able Danger was an intelligence data-mining...
  • Iran: 5000 Fanatic Muslim Clerics To US Mosques

    11/25/2005 2:22:28 AM PST · by F14 Pilot · 74 replies · 2,938+ views
    The Post Chronicle ^ | by J. Grant Swank, Jr | Nov 24, 2005
    Mosques in America need more clerics. The solution? Send hard-line, fanatic clerics to the United States. Fill in the blanks: the US sleeper cells are getting more murder-hungry clerics by which to instruct neighborhood Muslims in how to rise up and take over America. They are already taking over the Netherlands by threatening that country with murder in the streets. Therefore, according to recent press reports, the citizens won't speak anything negative about Islam for fear of being murdered. It's called "self-censorship" there. With that the Muslims can overtake a society. In Pakistan Muslim males are kidnapping Hindu women from...
  • Handbook I smuggled out of an Islamic convention

    09/19/2005 4:39:11 PM PDT · by JesseP · 166 replies · 5,104+ views
    This past weekend I did some personal undercover work at a local CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) fundraiser. I made off with a pocket handbook containing some deeply disturbing instructions to their members. I would like everyone to read it. It will only be available at this link until the end of the week so I suggest downloading it and distributing it to all who are concerned: United American Committee
  • 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...
  • America's real 'most wanted'

    09/06/2005 1:55:53 AM PDT · by ovrtaxt · 28 replies · 1,962+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | September 6, 2005 | Paul L. Williams
    America's real 'most wanted' Adnan el-Shukrijumah: The man commissioned to nuke U.S. Posted: September 6, 20051:00 a.m. Eastern Paul Williams, author of the new book, "The Al Qaeda Connection," has stirred a national controversy with his reporting on the imminent nuclear terror threat posed by Osama bin Laden. In this exclusive dispatch, the second of a two-part series first published in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, he details how some of the nuclear devices intended to create an American Hiroshima got here. Paul L. Williams © 2005 Forget the FBI's "America's Most Wanted" list. The most dangerous fugitive in the U.S. is...
  • Jews, community officials deny contract to N.O.I. member (New Orleans just before Katrina)

    09/05/2005 10:18:22 AM PDT · by Lorianne · 22 replies · 1,114+ views
    Final Call ^ | 23 July 2005 | Jesse Muhammad
    NEW ORLEANS ( - The New Orleans community has become a war-like zone in recent months, due to the senseless gun violence and the escalating tensions between the community and law enforcement. Police officials and community leaders have been dialoguing to come up with answers to this violence tearing the fibers of the neighborhoods. Chief of Police, Eddie Compass, seemed to have found that solution in Captain Dennis Muhammad, CEO of ENOTA (Educating Neighborhoods to Obey Those in Authority). On June 10, Chief Compass, while being interviewed on a local morning news show, announced that Capt. Dennis would provide sensitivity...
  • FBI Looking Into Calif. Grocery Store Owner Said to Lead U.S. Branch of Radical Islamic Group

    08/24/2005 7:10:18 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 59 replies · 2,138+ views
    Associated Press ^ | Aug 24, 2005 | Anon
    LOS ANGELES (AP) - The FBI has launched an inquiry into the activities of a grocery store owner who is allegedly the U.S. leader of a radical Islamic group banned in parts of Europe and the Middle East, authorities said. Iyad Hilal, an Islamic author and philosopher who owns an Orange County market, hasn't drawn much attention to his writings or his role in the group, Hizb ut-Tahrir, which means Party of Liberation. But since the July 7 bombings in London, British Prime Minister Tony Blair has suggested banning the group there. Hilal is apparently not suspected of any terrorist...
  • 9/11 Panel Decided to Omit a Reference to Atta

    08/11/2005 12:43:23 PM PDT · by Pikamax · 72 replies · 2,438+ views
    AP ^ | 08/11/05 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Sept. 11 commission knew military intelligence officials had identified lead hijacker Mohamed Atta as a member of al-Qaida who might be part of U.S.-based terror cell more than a year before the terror attacks but decided not to include that in its final report, a spokesman acknowledged Thursday. Al Felzenberg, who had been the commission's chief spokesman, said Tuesday the panel was unaware of intelligence specifically naming Atta. But he said subsequent information provided Wednesday confirmed that the commission had been aware of the intelligence. It did not make it into the final report because the...
  • Who's Who on the 9/11 "Independent" Commission?

    08/11/2005 2:17:27 PM PDT · by Bronc1 · 14 replies · 2,158+ views
    Independent Media TV ^ | July 21, 2003 | Michael Chossudovsky
    According to The New York Times (8 July 2003): "the federal commission investigating the Sept. 11 terror attacks said today that its work was being hampered by the failure of executive branch agencies, especially the Pentagon and the Justice Department, to respond quickly to requests for documents and testimony." Several alternative media have joined the bandwagon. George W. Bush is accused of obstructing the investigation...Former Jersey governor Thomas Kean, the commission's chairman is presented as an honest and uncompromising individual, who is courageously confronting the US government: "Without greater cooperation, Kean said, ''we cannot do the job we are supposed...
  • Quick - google Dietrich Snell. Explains a lot about AttaGate.

    08/11/2005 1:40:02 PM PDT · by epluribus_2 · 260 replies · 8,947+ views
    google ^ | epluribus_2
    don't have time to elaborate - see for yourself. This guy was the one Able Danger team briefed who decided it was not worthy of inclusion into the 9/11 report or even to the ears of comittee members since it did not fit their conclusions about Atta. THIS NEEDS TO P*O*P!
  • What are the backgrounds of the key players on the 9/11 Commission? Here's the answer...

    08/11/2005 11:39:12 AM PDT · by Bronc1 · 4 replies · 1,511+ views
    The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (also known as the 9-11 Commission), an independent, bipartisan commission created by congressional chartered to prepare a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, including preparedness for and the immediate response to the attacks...
  • 9/11 Commission's Staff Ignored Military's Early Identification of Chief Hijacker

    08/10/2005 9:13:33 PM PDT · by Pikamax · 117 replies · 4,520+ views
    9/11 Commission's Staff Ignored Military's Early Identification of Chief Hijacker By DOUGLAS JEHL and PHILIP SHENON WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 - The Sept. 11 commission was warned by a uniformed military officer 10 days before issuing its final report that the account would be incomplete without reference to what he described as a secret military operation that by the summer of 2000 had identified as a potential threat the member of Al Qaeda who would lead the attacks more than a year later, commission officials said on Wednesday. The officials said that the information had not been included in the report...
  • Agents capture MS-13 member

    08/05/2005 6:56:32 PM PDT · by Liberty Valance · 18 replies · 1,079+ views
    The Monitor ^ | August 05,2005 | Cari Hammerstrom
    Man is 41st member of gang caught in Border Patrol sector this fiscal year MISSION TEXAS — U.S. Customs and Border Protection Border Patrol agents arrested another Mara Salvatrucha gang member south of Mission this week, bringing the annual total of apprehensions of "Maras" in the Rio Grande Valley Sector to 41. Roy Cervantes, a local spokesman for the agency, said agents were working the area near Stewart Road and Military Highway when they spotted a group of seven men who appeared to be undocumented immigrants. One 21-year-old man had several tattoos, Cervantes said, "indicating he was involved" in the...
  • Four in 9/11 Plot Are Called Tied to Qaeda in '00

    08/08/2005 8:31:46 PM PDT · by neverdem · 31 replies · 1,578+ views
    NY Times ^ | August 9, 2005 | DOUGLAS JEHL
    WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 - More than a year before the Sept. 11 attacks, a small, highly classified military intelligence unit identified Mohammed Atta and three other future hijackers as likely members of a cell of Al Qaeda operating in the United States, according to a former defense intelligence official and a Republican member of Congress. In the summer of 2000, the military team, known as Able Danger, prepared a chart that included visa photographs of the four men and recommended to the military's Special Operations Command that the information be shared with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the congressman, Representative...
  • An American Hiroshima?

    08/02/2005 5:16:46 AM PDT · by SJackson · 88 replies · 3,515+ views
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | 8-2-05 | Jamie Glazov/Joseph Farah
    Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Joseph Farah, the founder, editor and chief executive officer of WND and a nationally syndicated radio talk-show host. He is also the publisher of Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, a premium, online, subscription intelligence news service.FP: Joseph Farah, welcome to Frontpage Interview. It is a pleasure to have you here.Farah: Thank you, Jamie.   FP: In one of your recent G-2 bulletins, you discuss the evidence suggesting that Osama is planning what he calls an "American Hiroshima" and that he already has the means to do it. Al Qaeda has apparently already smuggled nuclear weapons into the U.S. This...

    08/01/2005 5:50:42 AM PDT · by Prince Charles · 10 replies · 514+ views
    SKY News ^ | 8-1-2005
    FEARS OVER THIRD ATTACK Police are still on high alert in London amid fears that a third terrorist cell could be plotting another strike on the capital. Thousands of officers are on the streets and guarding Tube and overland rail stations as the huge security operation continues. The latest fears come despite all four suspected would-be bombers from July 21 being in custody. Security sources have reportedly told The Times newspaper that a third group, believed to be made up of British-born Muslims, was on the verge of staging an attack on the Tube system last week. The men are...
  • Chertoff warns of nuclear terror

    08/01/2005 3:55:15 AM PDT · by Man50D · 63 replies · 1,809+ views ^ | 8/1/05 |
    Issuing yet the latest warning of the threat of nuclear terrorism in the U.S., Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said there are far worse security problems facing the country than bombings of mass-transit systems. In comments during a visit to Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in California this week, Chertoff said the foremost concern for the nation's security now is the threat of a larger chemical, biological or nuclear attack. Chertoff joins the growing list of public officials – including President Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and Chertoff's predecessor at Homeland Security, Tom Ridge – who have strongly hinted that nuclear terrorism...
  • Second Atta Arrested in New Jersey

    07/27/2005 8:40:50 PM PDT · by Bayou City · 32 replies · 1,387+ views ^ | July 27th, 2005 11:35 AM EDT | PERRY CHIARAMONTE and PHILIP MESSING
    Five Egyptians yesterday were nabbed in a New Jersey apartment with New York subway maps, a video of Big Apple landmarks and $8,000 in cash after a tipster told cops one was related to infamous 9/11 hijacker Mohamed Atta. But police said the men — all illegal immigrants working "menial" jobs — did not appear to be part of any terror cell, although they had not yet fully explained why they had the items in the Newark home. One of the men was identified as Ahmed Mohamed Atta, 30. But there is no indication he is related to the fiend...
  • Suspect paid thousands in benefits

    07/26/2005 6:24:15 AM PDT · by Prince Charles · 6 replies · 423+ views
    Suspect paid thousands in benefits 26 July 2005 One of the would-be suicide bombers who tried to blow up a London Tube train had been handed thousands of pounds in taxpayers' money. Yasin Hassan Omar, 24, was given £75 a week in housing benefit to pay for the one-bedroom flat where he has been the registered tenant since February 1999. His housing benefit stopped in May but he may have been given up to £24,000 over the last five years. The flat, on the ninth floor of a 12-storey tower block in New Southgate, north London, is believed to have...
  • Oregon sheriff: 'We had our suspicions' (al-Qaida in Oregon)

    07/13/2002 1:59:56 AM PDT · by sarcasm · 57 replies · 1,739+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | July 13, 2002 | Hal Bernton, Mike Carter and David Heath
    BLY, Ore. — This hard-knocks hamlet seems an unlikely place to search for clues to the al-Qaida terrorist network. It sits on an arid plateau in Southern Oregon, about 50 miles east of Klamath Falls. With a population of about 250, it has a couple of cafes and small stores, an antique shop, and the razed foundation of an abandoned lumber mill. But in late 1999, federal authorities and other sources say, the area had something far more unusual: militant Muslims scouting a ranch outside of town as a possible training camp for jihad fighters. That aborted effort has now...
  • Effort here to charge London suspect was blocked (Tax dollars at work)

    07/25/2005 6:04:02 AM PDT · by Mikey_1962 · 6 replies · 570+ views
    Seatle Times ^ | 7/25/05 | Mikey_1962
    The Justice Department blocked efforts by its prosecutors in Seattle in 2002 to bring criminal charges against Haroon Aswat, according to federal law-enforcement officials who were involved in the case. British authorities suspect Aswat of taking part in the July 7 London bombings, which killed 56 and prompted an intense worldwide manhunt for him. But long before he surfaced as a suspect there, federal prosecutors in Seattle wanted to seek a grand-jury indictment for his involvement in a failed attempt to set up a terrorist-training camp in Bly, Ore., in late 1999. In early 2000, Aswat lived for a couple...
  • London bomber lived at Seattle mosque

    07/21/2005 10:39:23 PM PDT · by garjog · 34 replies · 991+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | Thursday, July 21, 2005 | By David Heath
    A suspect in the London bombings lived in a Central Seattle mosque in early 2000 after he had scouted out a possible terrorist training camp in Bly, Ore. Aswat came to the Northwest in 1999 when James Ujaama, a former Seattle activist, tried to set up a jihad training camp in rural Oregon. During that time, Aswat and Kassir "met potential candidates for jihad training, they established security for the Bly property through the use of guard patrols and passwords, and they and others participated in firearms training and viewed a video recording on the subject of improvised poisons," according...
  • Authorities disrupt counterfeit ID ring

    07/20/2005 9:25:25 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 6 replies · 383+ views
    AP on Bakersfield Californian ^ | 7/20/05 | Jon Sarche - AP
    DENVER (AP) - Federal authorities said Wednesday they had disrupted a far-flung ring that made counterfeit immigration and identification documents, and they hope to extradite the alleged leader from Mexico. Authorities said the fake Social Security cards, driver's licenses and other documents were so sophisticated that only a crime lab could distinguish them from the real thing. An indictment accuses Pedro Castorena-Ibarra of Guadalajara, Mexico, of overseeing cells in more than a dozen cities across the country. Cell leaders paid a "franchise fee" to get in on the operation, said Marcy Forman, director of investigations for U.S. Immigration and Customs...
  • London bomb suspect linked to Ore. terror camp (terrorists on the left coast)

    07/20/2005 6:41:28 PM PDT · by Splatter · 162 replies · 6,346+ views ^ | Wednesday, July 20, 2005 | By, NBC and CNN Staff (Spaltter)
    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Investigators probing the London terror bombings are focusing on an elusive British Muslim suspect who is connected to a previous plot to set up a terrorist training camp in rural southern Oregon, according to U.S. counterterrorism officials. Officials told both NBC News and CNN Wednesday that Haroon Rashid Aswat, believed to be a mastermind of the London bombings, is the same British-born Muslim of Indian descent who scouted a Bly, Oregon ranch to set up a terror camp. These officials said Aswat, a Pakistani national being sought for questioning as a person of interest by British authorities,...
  • British official tells Muslims to stand up to terrorism - (who is listening to him?)

    07/16/2005 1:41:06 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 11 replies · 366+ views
    WASHINGTON TIMES.COM ^ | JULY 16, 2005 | Staff Writer
    Metropolitan Police Commissioner Ian Blair said Muslims could do more to help find those plotting further atrocities. "We have a moment now in which we can engage with the Muslim community and move them from what could be described as a bit of denial into active engagement around counterterrorism," Mr. Blair told BBC TV. "Who are the preachers of hate? Who are the people who are looking to groom bombers?" Mr. Blair asked, adding that a number of British Muslims had been to Iraq and training camps abroad. "The Muslim community somewhere will know who these people are. We've now...
  • Cleric's deportation order puts Islamic community's development plans in limbo ( Boo Hoo Alert)

    07/16/2005 9:02:23 AM PDT · by radar101 · 31 replies · 529+ views
    S F Chron ^ | July 16, 2005 | Vanessa Hua
    Muslim cleric Mohammad Adil Khan's impending deportation after being linked to an FBI terrorism probe clears up his fate, but it does nothing to resolve the question of what will happen to a school for this city's Islamic community that he was helping to build. Adil Khan, who comes from the same region of Pakistan where most Lodi Muslims trace their roots, was a prolific fund-raiser who had spent several years pulling together more than $300,000 for a school for the Farooqia Islamic Center. More than 400 people came to a county Planning Commission hearing in April on the center,...
  • Muslim cleric linked to terror probe to be deported

    07/15/2005 4:16:10 PM PDT · by SmithL · 19 replies · 472+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 7/15/5 | Jaxon Van Derbeken
    Lodi -- A Muslim cleric with ties to Lodi men caught up in an FBI terrorism investigation agreed today to be deported along with his son rather than fight government immigration charges. Mohammad Adil Khan, 47, and his son, Mohammad Hassan Adil, 19, had been accused of overstaying their visas and of coming to the United States under false pretenses. Both men admitted to visa violations during a court proceeding in San Francisco today. In exchange, the government set aside allegations that Adil Khan lied when he came to the United States and that he had falsely claimed to be...
  • US cell planned attack on [Israeli] LA Consulate

    07/15/2005 11:03:22 AM PDT · by l33t · 29 replies · 1,097+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 7/15/2005 | Jerusalem Post
    The FBI had reportedly arrested last week four American Muslims who were planning an attack on the Israeli Consulate in Los Angeles, Channel 2 News reported Friday evening. According to the report, the four - all African-Americans who had converted to Islam - admitted to attaining a map of the consulate, as well as address of synagogues in the Los Angeles area. Cell members also gathered information on El Al flights to and from LA. It remained unclear how close the cell members were to carrying out an attack against Israeli and Jewish targets in LA.
  • On Sleeper Cells...

    07/14/2005 8:36:22 AM PDT · by Prime Choice · 40 replies · 2,781+ views
    Sacred Cow Burgers ^ | 07/14/2005 | Sacred Cow Burgers
  • Et Tu, Pakistan?

    06/10/2005 12:51:52 PM PDT · by Saberwielder · 29 replies · 470+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | June 10, 2005 | IBD
    Et Tu, Pakistan?... According to court records, 22-year-old Hamid Hayat confessed he spent six months in 2003-04 at an al-Qaida training camp near Rawalpindi, Pakistan, a suburb of capital Islamabad and home to none other than Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, a "key" ally in the war who claims to be cracking down on terrorism in his country. ...Rawalpindi happens to be the same place 9-11 mastermind and Pakistani national Khalid Sheikh Mohammed hid after the attack. (As the 9-11 Commission Report concluded, much of the 9-11 plot was hatched from Pakistan.)Pakistan denies hosting any terror training camps, just as...
  • Jihad Comes to Small Town, USA, Part 3 - (this is serious, folks! Must read!)

    05/31/2005 5:07:37 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 102 replies · 2,965+ views
    "The extremists have taken over so many of our mosques, one mosque at a time. They have driven out those who disagree with their ideology." Those are the words of Dr. Ibrahim Mohamed, a respected faculty member at a university not far from Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Mohamed is a proud and brave man, but he is also quite concerned that this interview will cause him to be marked as an apostate. At the onset of this interview, he made it clear that he fears retaliation in response to the information he is providing, especially possible during the trip to Cairo...
  • Jihad Comes to Small Town USA--YOUR TOWN

    04/19/2005 6:06:07 PM PDT · by MaximusRules · 10 replies · 845+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | April, 19, 2005 | Laura Mansfield
    The differences between the sessions were striking. Clearly the second session was a recruiting session. Were the women aware of what was being taught in the first session? Certainly those women who spoke Arabic should have been. The reason for concern is obvious: Two different doctrines are being promoted. One peaceful, friendly, warm and fuzzy doctrine is being used to draw people in, with a focus on the well-being of their children. But the Arabic-speaking sessions clearly have an anti-American tone. It shows clearly that as much as we'd like to pretend it hasn't, jihad has reached Small-Town, USA. This...
  • American Saudi Schools: Home Grown Sleeper-Cells

    03/02/2005 8:06:27 PM PST · by 82Marine89 · 79 replies · 1,180+ views
    MichNews ^ | 3MAR05 | By Barbara J. Stock
    There are thousands of Saudi-funded Islamic schools in America. While we have been aware of this for years, Americans were ignorant about what was being taught in those schools to American children who just happen to be Muslim. The Saudi Ministry of Education has been creating a network of sleeper-cells right in the heart of America. For a modest investment, the Saudi government has had total access to thousands of young American minds and has used that opportunity to corrupt and mold those young minds into its view of the perfect Muslim. The perfect Muslim is full of hate for...
  • Request for Stories of Suspicious Incidents Throughout the Country

    03/02/2005 6:10:54 PM PST · by milford421 · 16 replies · 667+ views
    3/2/05 | milford421
    Compiling a list of suspicious incidents nationwide, including train derailments, chemical/oil refinery fires and or explosions, etc. Don't forget to include news link for source. Please send to my attention.
  • Goss Fears WMD attack in U.S. "a matter of time"

    02/17/2005 6:16:17 AM PST · by television is just wrong · 123 replies · 1,878+ views
    The Washington Times. ^ | 2/16/2005 | Bill Gertz
    Goss fears WMD attack in U.S. 'a matter of time' By Bill Gertz THE WASHINGTON TIMES Senior U.S. intelligence leaders told Congress yesterday that "it may only be a matter of time" before terrorists try to use weapons of mass destruction against the United States. In his first public appearance since becoming CIA director in September, Porter J. Goss used the annual worldwide threat hearing to issue the prediction, while another federal official said the FBI knows little about al Qaeda sleeper cells such as the September 11 terrorists. "It may be only a matter of time before al Qaeda...
  • FBI Special Agent: Trained "Jihadists" are in Oregon

    01/25/2005 7:34:15 PM PST · by ex-Texan · 51 replies · 1,727+ views
    FBI Special Agent: Trained "Jihadists" are in OregonThe FBI knows of "jihadists" who have trained in terrorist camps in Afghanistan and are now living in Oregon, the agency's Oregon chief said in an exclusive Tuesday interview with The Associated Press. "We don't have an imminent threat that we're aware of. But I will say this: We have people here in Oregon that have trained in jihadist camps in bad areas. In the bad neighborhoods of the world," said FBI Special Agent in Charge Robert Jordan. Asked what he meant by "bad neighborhoods," he said Afghanistan, as well as several other...
  • Fox Network Reveals Truth about Muslim "Sleeper Cells" in U.S. - Message Board Article

    01/16/2005 7:11:36 PM PST · by Calpernia · 66 replies · 5,969+ views
    Fox News??? ^ | Jan 14, 1:09 pm | Tim May
    LOS ANGELES (ZNBS News Release) -- The Fox Network has blown the cover off of Muslim "sleeper cells" operating in America and Europe. Based on details obtained from terrorists held at Camp X-Ray, the methods of these Arab and Muslim sleeper cells have been exposed. Fox has translated these details to one of its television shows, the acclaimed and award-winning "24" series. In this series, a Muslim family has been establishing itself as a normal suburban family, a technique described in debriefings of Camp X-Ray terrorist detainees. The sleeper cell technique was developed in the Soviet Union and emulated by...
  • al-Qaida (Al Qaeda) Surveillance Techniques Detailed

    12/29/2004 5:39:57 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 5 replies · 610+ views
    LAT ^ | Dec. 29, 2004 | CURT ANDERSON,
    A new government intelligence bulletin describes in the greatest detail yet al-Qaida's techniques for assessing potential targets, extolling the lethal power of flying, shattered building glass and advising that kerosene and tires are effective for a deadly arson attack. "The focus is on maximizing the destructive and killing power of an attack," the bulletin says. The bulletin provides a fresh glimpse of terrorist reports found in computers and disks seized in Pakistan in July. The reports described the casing by terrorists of several buildings in the United States and prompted U.S. authorities to raise the terror threat level earlier this...
  • Malls see arrests by FBI, INS

    06/27/2002 1:15:20 PM PDT · by AmusedBystander · 47 replies · 2,013+ views
    Pensacola News Journal ^ | 06/27/02 | Brett Norman/Sean Smith
    <p>At least three men reportedly were taken into federal custody in two Pensacola malls as the FBI and the federal Immigration and Naturalization Service initiated a nationwide sweep Wednesday.</p> <p>Witnesses said plain-clothes agents closed Intrigue jewelry vendors at Cordova and University malls, Wild Things at University and possibly other shops.</p>
  • Police seek men sighted near power company (Update to electrical tower collapse - Milwaukee)

    10/14/2004 8:07:27 PM PDT · by flashbunny · 26 replies · 956+ views
    The milwaukee Sentinel / Journal ^ | 10/14/04 | By DAVE SHEELEY
    City of Pewaukee - A group of men reportedly emerged from a wooded area laughing and filmed themselves outside a transmission company less than an hour after the company's electrical towers were found collapsed in Oak Creek, City of Pewaukee police said Thursday. An officer responded to a report of suspicious people at American Transmission Co. after two employees of that company and a security officer at We Energies in Pewaukee told police they saw the men shooting video and taking pictures outside the transmission company, according to a police report. Police said they haven't found the men since they...
  • Al Qaeda: A Question of Capabilities and Intent

    07/31/2004 7:25:05 AM PDT · by yoe · 46 replies · 1,423+ views
    STRATFOR ^ | June 31, 2004 | Rodger Baker
    As U.S. elections near and al Qaeda threats abound toward Europe, speculation about the next al Qaeda attack is rife. However, much of the process involved in predicting the next major target appears to be based on a faulty underlying premise -- that al Qaeda's primary goal is to damage or destroy the United States. This misunderstanding of motives not only can lead to confusion over al Qaeda statements and actions, but also trigger false conclusions about the root cause of al Qaeda's prolonged inaction. The idea that al Qaeda hates the United States and sees it as its primary...
  • U.K. Report: Zarqawi Set Up Sleeper Cells

    07/15/2004 6:26:29 AM PDT · by TexKat · 11 replies · 871+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 7/6/04 | ED JOHNSON
    LONDON - Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi set up "sleeper cells" in Baghdad before the Iraq war to attack American forces occupying the country, according to a British intelligence report. The report, dated March 2003 and released as part of an overall review of British intelligence, forecast the string of Zarqawi's attacks against American targets during the past year "using car bombs and other weapons." It said he was setting up groups of fighters to be activated at a later time, known in the intelligence field as "sleeper cells." Prime Minister Tony Blair claimed vindication Wednesday after a committee led...
  • Wahabi Watch - Florida Trail Of Terror

    01/21/2004 5:44:32 PM PST · by johnqueuepublic · 29 replies · 4,332+ views ^ | January 20, 2004 | Beila Rabinowitz & William A. Mayer
    Wahabi Watch - Florida Trail Of Terror By Beila Rabinowitz & William A. Mayer From dirty bomb plotter Jose Padilla - employed at a Ft. Lauderdale Taco Bell - to Padilla’s alleged partner - Adnan El Shukrijumah [apparently fingered by recently captured senior al-Qaeda planner, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed] - who was last sighted at a Subway sandwich shop in Tampa 2001, the trail of terror continues in Florida. Fourteen of the nineteen September 11 hijackers either came from or through Florida – The 3 main ringleaders - the "pilots” - Mohamed Atta, Marwan al-Shehhi & Ziad Jarrah and 11...
  • Red Jihad: Islam's unholy alliance with neo-Nazis, leftists

    12/29/2003 12:30:38 AM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 16 replies · 215+ views
    G2 Bulletin ^ | December 29, 2003
    Western-made terrorists motivated by Marxist, anarchist and neo-Nazi ideology are forming alliances with jihadists and are planning copycat-style attacks and others utilizing funding from Islamists, according to intelligence sources, reports Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.While old-line non-Muslim terrorists seem to have been in hibernation, since Sept. 11, 2001, they are waking up to the need to act and the availability of funds from al-Qaida and other similar jihadist groups, according to the premium, online intelligence newsletter. Danger spots were recently identified in Europe, Asia and North America. Recent assessments indicate that daily reports on the success of Islamic terror in disrupting...