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 . . .
Osama bin Laden among FBI ten most wanted fugitives Yes…he is not wanted for his role in 9/11 ! Click here: osamafbi.pdf … Read more . . .
Osama bin-Laden alleged fax of 25 September 2001 OBL1.pdf … Read more . . .
Was Khalid arrested where the FBI said he was? by Christina Lamb March 9, 2003 (Timesonline: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/printFriendly/0,,2-525-603619,00.html) Inside the villa in Rawalpindi where police say they arrested Khalid, an old woman sobbed gently, shoulders shaking, as she gathered a black … Read more . . .
The ‘Arrest’ Of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) Alleged 911 ‘Mastermind’ "U.S. officials and insurance companies representing victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks are locked in an unusual legal standoff, stemming from the government’s refusal to admit it has … Read more . . .
Osama Bin Laden, 1957 – 2001 Nicholas Kollerstrom In Orwell’s novel 1984, there is a figure called Emmanuel Goldstein who functions as an all-purpose enemy, even though we gather that he may actually have died some time ago. Osama Bin … Read more . . .
The Evidence Against Osama bin LadenEditor’s Comments … Read more . . .
The government has long denied that two days after the 9/11 attacks, the three were allowed to fly. TIA now verifies flight of Saudis By JEAN HELLER, St. Petersburg Times Staff WriterPublished June 9, 2004 The National Commission on Terrorist … Read more . . .
Bin Laden family’s US exit ‘approved’ BILL ANDREWSEdinburgh Evening News 3 Sep. 2003 THE United States allowed members of Osama bin Laden’s family to jet out of the US in the immediate aftermath of September 11, even as American … Read more . . .
Commission’s allegations based on unverified testimonies by alleged al Qaeda leader “No one exemplifies the model of the terrorist entrepreneur more clearly than Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the principal architect of the 9/11 attacks.” (Report by the Commission of Inquiry, Chapter … Read more . . .
Bin Laden, Dead? A Chinese report says so. By Kathryn Jean Lopez, NRO Executive Editor October 25, 2001 12:10 p.m. Source: http://www.calguard.ca.gov/ia/terrorism/Bid%20Laden%20dead.htm ames S. Robbins, a professor of international relations at the National Defense University’s School for National Defense Studies … 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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Australian Broadcasting Corporation LATELINE Late night news & current affairs TV PROGRAM TRANSCRIPT URL: http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/s689774.htm Broadcast: 30/9/2002 Al-Jazeera reporter speaks on terrorist plans Two lieutenants of Osama bin Laden’s terrorist group, Al Qaeda, met a reporter from the al-Jazeera television … Read more . . .
Binalshibh to go to third country for questioning September 17, 2002 Posted: 3:21 PM EDT (1921 G ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (CNN) — The CIA and FBI are hoping to get key details on al Qaeda operations now that Ramzi Binalshibh — … Read more . . .
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 . . .
Osama bin Laden has not been indicted for the attacks of 9/11? Osama bin Laden is not the FBI’s “Most Wanted Terrorist”? Osama bin Laden has not been indicted for the World Trade Center attacks, the attack against the Pentagon … Read more . . .
Michael Springman, the head US consular official in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, later claims that he is “repeatedly told to issue visas to unqualified applicants.” He turns them down, but is repeatedly overruled by superiors. Springman loudly complains about the practice … Read more . . .