Cover-up or Complicity of the Bush Administration? The Role of Pakistan’s Military Intelligence Agency (ISI) in the September 11 attacks by Michel Chossudovsky Professor of Economics, University of Ottawa Centre for Research on Globalisation (CRG), Montr … Read more . . .
The following interview was reportedly made on March 10, 2004 at Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohammed’s private residence in northeast London. One must, however, ask whether it is credible that Mohammed would disclose all the facts he alleges to a person (Mahan Abedin) known to entertain intimate connections to US and Israeli intelligence services. More about Mahan Abedin HERE. It is, moreover, interesting to note that Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohammed has not been detained by the British police as a witness for his self-admitted connections to Al Qaeda.
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Al Qaeda: New bin Laden video on the way By Henry Schuster CNN ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) — An audiotape from an al Qaeda spokesman hints at the release of a new Osama bin Laden videotape, saying he “will soon appear … Read more . . .
The Times – Monday 19 Nov 01 Faces of terror: The eight men accused of running al-Qaeda’s European network These eight men are the first suspects to be charged in Europe with being members of al-Qaeda. The Spanish judge who … Read more . . .
The following document is posted on the website of the US Department of Justice. It is claimed to be an authentic "al Qaeda" document. By posting this document on this website, no endorsement is made on this document’s authenticity.
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These files provide information on Al Qaeda and suspects in the bombings of U.S. Embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on August 7, 1998, and the USA v. Bin Laden, et al trial transcripts. See: http://jya.com/alqfiles.htm … Read more . . .
CIA Puts Harsh Tactics On Hold Memo on Methods Of Interrogation Had Wide Review By Dana Priest Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, June 27, 2004; Page A01 The CIA has suspended the use of extraordinary interrogation techniques approved by the … Read more . . .
October 12, 2004 – Report: At least 11 Al-Qaida suspects are "missing" in U.S. custody including alleged architect of 9/11, Khalid Shaikh Mohammad, and Abu Zubaydah, who is believed to be a close aide to Osama bin Laden. "At least … Read more . . .
Is Al Qaeda Just a Bush Boogeyman? January 11, 2005 – Robert Scheer, Los Angeles Times "Is it conceivable that Al Qaeda, as defined by President Bush as the center of a vast and well-organized international terrorist conspiracy, does not … Read more . . .
Does al-Qaeda exist? Not in the way that we think, say some terrorism experts. by Brendan O’Neill28 November 2003 http://www.spiked-online.com/Articles/00000006DFED.htm Al-Qaeda bombing foiled’ says the front page of today’s UK Sun, reporting the arrest yesterday of 24-year-old student Sajid Badat … Read more . . .
The US must be careful about its use of the term “Al Qaeda.” Meaning “the base” in Arabic, it originally referred to an Afghan operational base for the mujahideen during the Soviet occupation in the ’80s.Read more . . .