Hijack suspect lived a life, or a lie

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.

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Hijack Suspect Lived a Life, Or a Lie

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 … Continue reading

Alleged hijackers leave behind incriminating evidence

Richard Surma (owner of the Panther Motel Apartments, north of Fort Lauderdale) said the men [Mohamed Atta and Marwan Al Shehhi] left behind a box cutter, an 8-inch-thick pile of detailed, high-quality aeronautical maps of every state on the East Coast, three martial arts books, and a three-ring notebook with a protractor. Also found was a tote bag from a flying school. The books were on kung fu, jujitsu, and a martial art he couldn’t remember. He threw out the maps but kept the martial arts manuals and the protractors.
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The terrorists and their last-night temptresses

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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