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Oct. 21, 2001, 11:12AMLethal operations are under way to crush bin Laden By BOB WOODWARDWashington Post WASHINGTON — President Bush last month signed an intelligence order directing the CIA to undertake its most sweeping and lethal covert action since the … Read more . . .
Classified French DGSE intelligence report Al Qaeda Training Camp passed from Control of CIA to Bin Laden in 1995 Wayne Madsenhttp://www.apisgroup.org/article.html?id=3178 A confidential "France Only" report of the French intelligence service, Direction Generale de la Securite Exterieure (DGSE), states that … Read more . . .
US, Sudan Squabble over bin Laden’s Fate US demands for Sudan to hand over its extensive files about bin Laden (see March 8, 1996-April 1996) escalate into demands to hand over bin Laden himself. Bin Laden has been living in … Read more . . .
Timeline: The search for Bin Laden http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/2827261.stmBBC 23 April 2006 Since the 11 September 2001 attacks, a number of video tapes, audio recordings, faxes and other statements have been attributed to Osama Bin Laden. But although the US has … Read more . . .
Timeline: Osama bin Laden tapes Sunday 23 April 2006, 17:37 Makka Time, 14:37 GMT Al Jazeerahttp://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/F0FD6DDC-28D0-4BE5-A0C4-D5A24F4EA7FC.htm Below is a timeline of tapes and videos released by Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda. April 23, 2006: In an audio tape … Read more . . .
In a video recording Bin Laden said the US could avoid another 9/11 attack if it stopped threatening the security of Muslims.
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Terror’s Easy Entry by Joel Mowbray The New York Post October 9, 2002 The hand-wringing over 9/11 has mostly centered on the FBI and CIA’s failure to "connect the dots." But what if the "dots" hadn’t been in … Read more . . .
The cover story in National Review‘s October 28th issue (out Friday) details how at least 15 of the 19 September 11 hijackers should have been denied visas ? an assessment based on expert analyses of 15 of the terrorists’ visa-application … Read more . . .