The Lebanese student, Ziad Jarrah, says the FBI, helped hijack United Airlines Flight 93 from Newark to San Francisco. But for that to be true, the young engineer would have had to live a double life worthy of a first-rate spy – concealing from his family, girlfriend, and friends that he was a Muslim extremist, not the religiously moderate, pro-American, fun-loving person they knew him to be.Read more . . .
Untitled Atta and Alshehhi loved alcohol by Elias Davidsson At Shuckum’s Shuckum’s is (or was) a restaurant and oyster bar in Hollywood, Florida. According to numerous news reports, Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi spent hours at that bar a few … Read more . . .
What Muslim Would Write: 'The Time of Fun and Waste is Gone'? by Robert Fisk The Independent (UK), 29 September 2001 Fearful, chilling, grotesque? but also very, very odd. If the handwritten, five-page document which the FBI says it found … Read more . . .
Transcript of 6/6/02 Johnelle Bryant Interview by Brian Ross, ABC News The Johnelle Bryant interview and all references to Ms. Bryant have been deleted from the ABC News website but here is the interview in its entirety. Face to Face … Read more . . .
Hijackers conducted surveillance flights ahead of 9/11 Saturday, September 28, 2002 Posted: 12:28 AM EDT (0428 GMT) WASHINGTON (CNN) — The hijackers who took over four airplanes on September 11, 2001, and carried out the worst-ever terror attacks on U.S. … Read more . . .
http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2001/09/14/miami-club.htm USAToday, 14 September 2001 Manager: Men spewed anti-American sentiments The night before terrorists struck New York and Washington, three men spewed anti-American sentiments in a bar and talked of impending bloodshed, according to a strip club manager interviewed by … Read more . . .
? September 9, 2001 – Alleged Flight 11 hijacker sleeps with a high-priced prostitute. Boston Herald (10 October 2001) … Read more . . .
FBI seizes records of students at flight schools By BARRY KLEIN, WES ALLISON, KATHRYN WEXLER and JEFF TESTERMAN ? St. Petersburg Times, published September 13, 2001 “A bar manager in Hollywood told FBI agents he saw the two men drinking … Read more . . .
San Francisco Chronicle Agents of terror leave their mark on Sin City Las Vegas workers recall the men they can't forget Kevin Fagan, Chronicle Staff Writer Thursday, October 4, 2001 http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2001/10/04/MN102970.DTL … Read more . . .
Hijack Suspect Lived a Life, Or a Lie Boston Globe 25 September 2001 by Elizabeth Neuffer URL:http://web.archive.org/web/20010925123748/boston.com/dailyglobe2/268/nation/Hijack_suspect_lived_a_life_or_a_lie+.shtml EW YORK – By now, even those who love Ziad Jarrah are confused about the truth of his 26-year-old life. The Lebanese … Read more . . .
Friends of terror suspect say allegations make no sense LA Times 23 October 2001 by Carol J Williams URL: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/local/southflorida/sns-worldtrade-jarrah-lat.story Jarrah, believed to be one of hijackers, appeared to embrace Western life GREIFSWALD, Germany — Nearly every weekend of his … Read more . . .
As the deadliest attack on American soil in history opens a scary new kind of conflict, the manhunt begins By Evan Thomas and Mark Hosenball NEWSWEEK Sept. 24, 2001 issue ? Such a polite, neat young man. He brought his … Read more . . .
The Hijackers We Let Escape Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman report. Newsweek, 06/05/2002 Alhazmi and Almihdhar lived openly in the United States, using their real names, obtaining driver’s licences, opening bank accounts and enrolling in flight schools ? until the … Read more . . .
The following article is an example of a "psychological" study which attempts to reconcile the fact that the alleged hijackers were profoundly religious, preparing to sacrifice their lives to Allah, and were nevertheless engaging in drinking and whooring for a long time before their alleged supreme sacrifice. Such "psychological" analyses, purporting to be scientific, have been published by various authors, all based on the assumption that the individuals claimed by the FBI to be the perpetrators of the 9/11 crime, were Muslims. Note that the author does not provide any evidence for his various claims, nor does he explain the fact that the alleged hijackers not only engaged in casual sex but possessed lots of money and spent time variously in drinking. (Webmaster)
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http://www.opinionjournal.com/best/?id=95001298BY JAMES TARANTO Wednesday, October 10, 2001 2:10 p.m. EDT Sept. 11 Hijackers as fundamentalist playboys The Boston Herald reports that one of the Sept. 11 hijackers had a visit from a prostitute in a Chestnut … Read more . . .