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"nya" Bin Ladin Videon.
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någon annan än jag som garvade åt senaste Bin Ladin Kopian..??

inte ens lik, han rappar snarare än snackar..

någon som köpte kopian kanske.. zink?

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Någon som har en länk till klippet?

Tycker det är konstigt att han skulle vara så olik om någon med så mycket makt ville göra en fake så skulle dom nog göra den jävligt bra.. måste vara medvetet dåligt känns det som .. varför?

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Posted on: 2007/9/9 19:56
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Posted on: 2007/9/9 20:19
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Osama rappar om Kyoto, det kan inte bli mycket sjukare.

Posted on: 2007/9/9 21:14
Att se är inte att förstå
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Han har visst färgat skägget.

Quote:
Question:
I would like to know if Muslims are allowed to dye their hair (not including henna).

Answer:
color="#000000">Praise be to Allah.

Jaabir ibn ‘Abdullah reported that Abu Quhaafah was brought on the day of the conquest of Makkah, and his head and beard were white like "thaghaamah" (a plant whose flowers and fruit are white). The Messenger of Allah (Peace & Blessings of Allah be upon Him) said: "Change this with something, but avoid black." (Reported by Muslim, no. 3962).

Ibn ‘Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) said: "The Messenger of Allah (Peace & Blessings of Allah be upon Him) said: ‘At the end of time there will be people who will dye their hair black like the crops of pigeons. They will never even smell the fragrance of Paradise." (reported by Imam Ahmad, see also Saheeh al-Jaami‘, no. 8153).

It was also reported from the Prophet (Peace & Blessings of Allah be upon Him) that one should change grey hair, using any colour except black. Abu Dharr reported that the Prophet (Peace & Blessings of Allah be upon Him) said: "The best things with which to change grey hair are henna and ‘katam’ (a plant similar to henna which is used as a dye)." (Reported by al-Tirmidhi, no. 1675; he said: This is a saheeh hasan hadith).

Dyeing hair with pure black dye is haram because the Prophet (Peace & Blessings of Allah be upon Him) said: "Avoid black," and because of the threat of punishment reported with regard to this matter. This ruling applies to both men and women.

But if the black dye is mixed with another colour, so that it is no longer black, there is nothing wrong with it.


http://www.islam-qa.com/index.php?ref=476&ln=eng&txt=color%20beard

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Hans skägg är dessutom kortare:

Quote:
Question:
What is the ruling on one who trims his beard and makes all parts of it even in length?

Answer:

Praise be to Allaah. color:green">

It is obligatory to leave the beard alone and let it grow, and not do anything to it, because it was proven that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Trim the moustache and let the beard grow; be different from the mushrikeen.” (Saheeh, agreed upon, narrated from Ibn ‘Umar). Al-Bukhaari (may Allaah have mercy on him) narrated in his Saheeh from ‘Ibn ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Cut the moustache and leave the beard alone; be different from the mushrikeen.” Muslim narrated in his Saheeh from Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Trim the moustache and let the beard grow; be different from the Magians (Zoroastrians).”

All of these ahaadeeth indicate that it is obligatory to leave the beard alone and let it grow, and that it is obligatory to trim the moustache. This is what is obligatory as taught and enjoined by the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). This was the example set by the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and his companions (may Allaah be pleased with them), to be different from the mushrikeen and to avoid resembling them or resembling women.

With regard to the report narrated by al-Tirmidhi (may Allaah have mercy on him), that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to trim something from the length and breadth of his beard, this is a false report according to the scholars, and it is not a saheeh report from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Some people clung to this hadeeth to prove their point, but it is a report which is not saheeh, because its isnaad includes ‘Umar ibn Haaroon al-Balkhi, who was accused of lying.

It is not permissible for the believer to pay any attention to this false hadeeth, or to take what some of the scholars say as a concession. The Sunnah applies to everyone, and Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“He who obeys the Messenger (Muhammad), has indeed obeyed Allaah”

[al-Nisa’ 4:80]

“Say: ‘Obey Allaah and obey the Messenger, but if you turn away, he (Messenger Muhammad) is only responsible for the duty placed on him (i.e. to convey Allaah’s Message) and you for that placed on you. If you obey him, you shall be on the right guidance. The Messenger’s duty is only to convey (the message) in a clear way (i.e. to preach in a plain way)’”

[al-Noor 24:54]

“O you who believe! Obey Allaah and obey the Messenger (Muhammad), and those of you (Muslims) who are in authority. (And) if you differ in anything amongst yourselves, refer it to Allaah and His Messenger, if you believe in Allaah and in the Last Day. That is better and more suitable for final determination”

[al-Nisa’ 4:59]


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Bin Laden död i December 2001:
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,41576,00.html

Posted on: 2007/9/9 23:20
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Hitade deta som förklarar litte om den nya bin laden figuren.

http://www.jinge.se/index.php/allmnt/ekots-bildbevis.htm

Respect

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Schyst skägg, fixade dem det i Langley eller?

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Ny bin Ladin-video på gång
Av TT
Först publicerad: 10 september 2007 16:03, Senast uppdaterad: 10 september 2007 16:07

al-Qaida rapporteras planera att släppa ännu en video med ledaren Usama bin Ladin lagom till sexårsdagen på tisdagen av 11 september-attackerna mot USA.

Läs/Se mer
• USA: Bin Ladin-video äkta

Stockholm. Terrorledaren ska i videon läsa upp en av flygkaparnas testamente, enligt ett meddelande på en militant islamisthemsida som al-Qaida brukar använda, rapporterar den brittiska tv-kanalen Sky News.


På hemsidan visas också en bild på bin Ladin, där han bär samma svarta skägg och kläder som i den senaste videon i förra veckan, den första på al-Qaidaledaren sedan 2004.

http://sydsvenskan.se/varlden/article265227.ece


http://sydsvenskan.se/incoming/nerikes/article264762.ece

Den nya videon är märkt med logotypen al-Sahab,
Zink detta kallas "symboler" så ser du det att dom finns på dollarn likaså.

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Läste precis på prisonplanet att någon efter att ha anlyserat videon hittat sex stycken klipp i videon, klipp i ljudet och att ljudet lags på i efterhand. Ska visst även innehålla material från äldre videos med "bin laden"

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kass producent.

Posted on: 2007/9/11 13:56
"When the unreal is taken for the real, then the real becomes unreal; Where non-existence is taken for existence, then existence becomes non-existence." - Tsao Hsueh Chin
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Enligt Faux noise.....

Bulletin: Usama bin Laden has died a peaceful death due to an untreated lung complication, the Pakistan Observer reported, citing a Taliban leader who allegedly attended the funeral of the Al Qaeda leader.

"The Coalition troops are engaged in a mad search operation but they would never be able to fulfill their cherished goal of getting Usama alive or dead," the source said.

Bin Laden, according to the source, was suffering from a serious lung complication and succumbed to the disease in mid-December, in the vicinity of the Tora Bora mountains. The source claimed that bin Laden was laid to rest honorably in his last abode and his grave was made as per his Wahabi belief.

About 30 close associates of bin Laden in Al Qaeda, including his most trusted and personal bodyguards, his family members and some "Taliban friends," attended the funeral rites. A volley of bullets was also fired to pay final tribute to the "great leader."

The Taliban source who claims to have seen bin Laden's face before burial said "he looked pale ... but calm, relaxed and confident."

Asked whether bin Laden had any feelings of remorse before death, the source vehemently said "no." Instead, he said, bin Laden was proud that he succeeded in his mission of igniting awareness amongst Muslims about hegemonistic designs and conspiracies of "pagans" against Islam. Bin Laden, he said, held the view that the sacrifice of a few hundred people in Afghanistan was nothing, as those who laid their lives in creating an atmosphere of resistance will be adequately rewarded by Almighty Allah.

When asked where bin Laden was buried, the source said, "I am sure that like other places in Tora Bora, that particular place too must have vanished."

Posted on: 2007/9/16 20:43
Ju flera kockar ju mindre till gästerna..
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Men det finns andra Binladen familjemedlemmar......

http://www.fromthewilderness.com/timeline/AAsaudi.html
(click here länkarna fungerar i adressen ovan)

THE BIN LADEN
FAMILY, SAUDI ARABIA CORRUPTION AND SUPPORT OF TERRORISTS, CONNECTIONS TO BUSH
by Paul Thompson


The key to abbreviations
and other explanations can be found on the main
timeline page.



Some
other events may be added to provide a chronological context.




Categories



This story is so complicated and long, I've tried to break it into threads of
different colors to make it easier to digest, as well as the main
page, the page for the day of September 11,
and the abridged timeline.



Central
Asian oil, Enron and the Afghanistan pipelines.
For a separate page of these entries only, click here.


Information that should have shown what kind of attack
al-Qaeda would make. For a separate page of these entries only, click
here.

US preparing for a war with Afghanistan before 9/11, increasing
control of Asia before and since. For a separate page of these entries
only, click here.

Incompetence, bad luck, and/or obstruction of justice.
For a separate page of these entries only, click
here.


Suggestions of advanced knowledge that an attack would
take place on or around 9/11. For a separate page of these entries only,
click here.

Cover-up, lies, and/or contradictions. For a separate
page of these entries only, click here.

Israeli "art student" spy ring, Israeli foreknowledge
evidence. For a separate page of these entries
only, click here.


Anthrax attacks and microbiologist deaths. For
a separate page of these entries
only, click here.

Pakistani ISI and/or opium drug connections. For
a separate page of these entries only, click
here.

Bin Laden family, Saudi Arabia corruption and support
of terrorists, connections to Bush. For a separate
page of these entries only, click here.










December
26, 1979: Soviet forces invade Afghanistan.
They will withdraw in 1989 after a brutal 10-year war. In a 1998 interview,
Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Carter's National Security Adviser, reveals that
the CIA began destabilizing the pro-Soviet Afghan government six months earlier,
in a deliberate attempt to get the Soviets to invade and have their own Vietnam-type
costly war: "What was more important in the world view of history? The
Taliban or the fall of the Soviet Empire? A few stirred-up Muslims or the liberation
of Central Europe and the end of the Cold War?" [Le
Nouvel Observateur, 1/98, Mirror, 1/29/02]
The US and Saudi Arabia give a huge amount of money (estimates range up to $40
billion total for the war) to support the mujaheddin
guerrilla
fighters opposing the Russians.
Most of the money is managed by the ISI, Pakistan's intelligence agency. [Nation,
2/15/99]




Early 1980: Osama bin Laden begins providing
financial, organizational, and engineering aid for the mujaheddin in Afghanistan,
with the advice and support of the Saudi royal family.
[New Yorker, 11/5/01] Some
believe he was hand-picked for the job by Prince Turki al-Faisal, head of Saudi
Arabia's secret service. [Sunday Times,
8/25/02] Bin Laden has been considered a Turki protégé by
some biographers. [New Yorker, 11/5/01]
The Pakistani ISI wanted a Saudi prince as a public
demonstration of the commitment of the Saudi royal family and as a way to ensure
royal funds for the anti-Soviet forces. The agency failed to get royalty, but
bin Laden, with his family's influential ties, was good enough for the ISI.
[Miami Herald, 9/24/01]




October
1980: Salem bin Laden, Osama's oldest brother,
is later described by a French secret intelligence report as one of the two
closest friends of Saudi Arabia's King Fahd. As such, he often performs important
missions for Saudi Arabia. The French report speculates that he is involved
in secret Paris meetings between US and Iranian emissaries this month. Frontline,
which published the French report, notes that such meetings have never been
confirmed. Rumors of these meetings have been called the "October Surprise"
and some have speculated Bush Sr. negotiated in these meetings a delay to the
release of the US hostages in Iran, thus helping Ronald Reagan and Bush win
the 1980 Presidential election. All of this is highly speculative, but if the
French report is correct, it points to a long-standing connection of highly
illegal behavior between the Bush and bin Laden families. [PBS
Frontline, 2001]



Mid-1980's:
Salem bin Laden, Osama's oldest brother, is
allegedly involved in the Iran-Contra affair. The New Yorker, quoting the a
French intelligence report posted by Frontline (see October
1980) reports, "During the nineteen-eighties,
when the Reagan Administration secretly arranged for an estimated thirty-four
million dollars to be funneled through Saudi Arabia to the Contras, in Nicaragua,
Salem bin Laden aided in this cause, according to French intelligence."
[New Yorker,
11/5/01, Frontline, 2001]




1988: Bin
Laden forms al-Qaeda this year (some reports claim 1989). [Forbes,
10/18/01]



1988
(B):ÊPrior to this year, George Bush Jr. is
a failed oil man. Three times friends and investors have bailed him out to keep
him from going bankrupt. But in this year, the same year his father becomes
President, some Saudis buy a portion of his small company, Harken, which has
never worked outside of Texas.ÊLater in the year, Harken wins a contract in
the Persian Gulf and starts doing well financially.ÊThese transactions seem
so suspicious that the Wall Street Journal in 1991 states it "raises the
question of ... an effort to cozy up to a presidential son."ÊTwo major
investors in Bush's company during this time are Salem bin Laden, Osama bin
Laden's oldest brother, and Khaled bin Mahfouz. [Salon,
11/19/01, Intelligence
Newsletter, 3/2/00] Khaled bin Mahfouz is a Saudi banker with a 20% stake
in BCCI, a bank that will go bankrupt a few years later in the biggest corruption
scandal in banking history (see July 5, 1991).ÊIn
1999 bin Mahfouz will be placed under house arrest in Saudi Arabia for contributions
he gave to welfare organizations closely linked to bin Laden (see April
1999). Bin Mahfouz's sister is married to Osama bin Laden (see also
August
13, 1996, Early December 2001 (B),
December 4, 2001 (B), and August
15, 2002 and November
26, 2002). [Washington
Post, 2/17/02] In late 2002, Ron Motley, the lead lawyer in a 9/11 Saudi
suit (see August 15, 2002), threatens
that Bush, now President, "may find himself being deposed" in court
for these financial ties to bin Mahfouz. [Minneapolis
Star Tribune, 8/16/02]






February 15,
1989: Soviet forces withdraw from Afghanistan. Afghan Communists retain
control of Kabul, the capital, until April 1992. [Washington
Post, 7/19/92]



March 1991:
Did bin Laden ever truly break with the US and the CIA? The strongest motive
that he did comes from this time, which is also roughly when al-Qaeda first
starts targeting US interests. Although the Gulf War against Iraq just ended,
the US does not withdraw all of its soldiers from Saudi Arabia, but stations
some 15,000-20,000 there permanently. Their presence isn't
admitted until 1995, and there has never been an official explanation as to
why they are there. The Nation postulates that they are there to prevent
a coup. Saudi Arabia has an incredible array of high-tech weaponry, but may
lack the expertise to use it and local soldiers may have conflicting loyalties.
In 1998, bin Laden will release a statement: "For more than seven years
the United States has been occupying the lands of Islam in the holiest of places,
the Arabian peninsula, plundering its riches, dictating to its rulers, humiliating
its people, terrorizing its neighbors, and turning its bases in the peninsula
into a spearhead through which to fight the neighboring Muslim peoples."
[Nation, 2/15/99]




June
4, 1992: It is reported that the FBI is investigating
the connections between James Bath and George Bush Jr.ÊBath is Salem bin Laden's
official representative in the US. "Documents indicate that the Saudis
were using Bath and their huge financial resources to influence US policy,"
since Bush Jr.'s father is president.ÊBush denies any connections to Saudi money.ÊWhat
became of this investigation is unclear.Ê[Houston
Chronicle, 6/4/92]



October 3-4,
1993: Eighteen US soldiers are attacked and killed in Mogadishu, Somalia
in a spontaneous gun battle (later the subject of the movie "Black Hawk
Down"). A 1998 US indictment charges bin Laden and his followers with training
the attackers. [PBS Frontline, 10/3/02]




1994:
Mohammed al-Khilewi, the First Secretary at the Saudi Mission to the United
Nations, defects and seeks political asylum in the US. He brings with him 14,000
internal government documents depicting the Saudi royal family's corruption,
human-rights abuses, and financial support for terrorists. He meets with two
FBI agents and an Assistant US Attorney. "We gave them a sampling of the
documents and put them on the table," says his lawyer, "but the agents
refused to accept them." [New
Yorker, 10/16/01]



1995-2001:
After the Taliban take control of the area around Kandahar, Afghanistan (see
September 1994), prominent Persian Gulf
state officials and businessmen, including high-ranking UAE and Saudi government
ministers such as Saudi intelligence minister Prince Turki al-Faisal (see July
1998), frequently secretly fly into Kandahar on state and private jets
for hunting expeditions. While there, some develop ties to the Taliban and al-Qaeda
and give them money. Bin Laden and Taliban leader
Mullah Omar would sometimes participate in these hunting trips. Former US and
Afghan officials suspect that the dignitaries' outbound jets may also have smuggled
out al-Qaeda and Taliban cargo, just as smuggling was rampant on other airplanes
flying out of the country (see Mid-1996-October 2001).
[Los
Angeles Times, 11/18/01]




November 13,
1995: Two truck bombs kill five Americans and two Indians in a US-operated
Saudi National Guard training center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Al-Qaeda is blamed
for the attacks. [AP, 8/19/02]



Late
1995: King Fahd of Saudi Arabia suffers a severe
stroke. Afterwards, he is able to sit in a chair and open his eyes, but little
more. The resulting lack of leadership begins a behind-the-scenes struggle for
power and leads to increased corruption. The situation continues to this day.
Crown Prince Abdullah has been urging his fellow princes to address the problem
of corruption in the kingdom - so far unsuccessfully. A former White House adviser
says: "The only reason Fahd's being kept alive is so Abdullah can't become
king." [New Yorker, 10/16/01]



1996:
FBI investigators are prevented from carrying out an investigation into two
relatives of bin Laden.ÊThe FBI wanted to learn more about Abdullah bin Laden,
"because of his relationship with the World Assembly of Muslim Youth [WAMY]
- a suspected terrorist organization." Abdullah was the US director of
WAMY and lived with his brother Omar in Falls Church, Virginia, a town just
outside Washington.ÊThe coding on the document, marked secret, indicates the
case involved espionage, murder, and national security. WAMY has its offices
at 5613 Leesburg Pike.ÊRemarkably, it is later determined that four of the 9/11
hijackers lived at 5913 Leesburg Pike at the same
time the two bin Laden brothers were there.ÊWAMY has not been put on a list
of terrorist organizations in the US, but it has been banned in Pakistan.
A high-placed intelligence official tells the Guardian: "there were always
constraints on investigating the Saudis.ÊThere were particular investigations
that were effectively killed."ÊAn unnamed US source says to the BBC, "There
is a hidden agenda at the very highest levels of our government." [BBC
Newsnight, 11/6/01, Guardian, 11/7/01]




1996
(C): The Saudi Arabian government starts paying
huge amounts of money to al-Qaeda, becoming its largest financial backer. They
also give money to other extremist groups throughout Asia. This money vastly
increases the capability of al-Qaeda. [New
Yorker, 10/16/01] A legal team involved in a 9/11 lawsuit later claims they
have a transcript made by French intelligence of a meeting of Saudi princes
and business leaders in Paris this year in which the Saudis agree to continue
sponsoring bin Laden's network. There is a similar follow up meeting two years
later (see July 1998). [Minneapolis
Star Tribune, 8/16/02] Says one US official,
"'96 is the key year... Bin Laden hooked up to all the bad guys - it's
like the Grand Alliance - and had a capability for conducting large-scale operations."
The Saudi regime, he says, had "gone to the dark side." Electronic
intercepts by the NSA "depict a regime increasingly corrupt, alienated
from the country's religious rank and file, and so weakened and frightened that
it has brokered its future by channeling hundreds of millions of dollars in
what amounts to protection money to fundamentalist groups that wish to overthrow
it." US officials later privately complain "that
the Bush Administration, like the Clinton Administration, is refusing to confront
this reality, even in the aftermath of the September 11th terrorist attacks."
[New
Yorker, 10/16/01]




March
1996:ÊThe US pressures Sudan to do something
about bin Laden, who is based in that country.ÊSudan readily agrees, not wanting
to be labeled a terrorist nation.ÊSudan's Minister of Defense engages in secret
negotiations with the CIA in Washington. Sudan offers to extradite bin Laden
to anywhere he might stand trial.ÊThe US decides
not to take him because they apparently don't have enough evidence at the time
to charge him with a crime.ÊSaudi Arabia is discussed
as a possibility, but the Saudi Arabian government doesn't want him, even though
bin Laden has pledged to bring down the Saudi Arabian government.ÊUS
officials turn down the offer, but insist that bin Laden leave the country for
anywhere but Somalia.ÊOne US intelligence source in the region later states:
"We kidnap minor drug czars and bring them back in burlap bags. Somebody
didn't want this to happen." [Village
Voice, 10/31/01, Washington Post, 10/3/01]
Bin Laden leaves under pressure two months later (see May
18, 1996).
CIA Director Tenet later denies Sudan made any offers to hand over bin Laden.
[Senate Intelligence Committee, 10/17/02]





June 25, 1996:
Explosions destroy the Khobar Towers in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, killing 19 American
soldiers and wounding 500. [CNN,
6/26/96] Saudi officials later interrogate the suspects,
declare them guilty and execute them - without letting the FBI talk to them.
[PBS
Frontline, 2001, Irish Times, 11/19/01]
Saudis blame the Hezbollah, the Iranian-influenced group, but US investigators
still believe bin Laden was somehow involved (in June 2001 a US grand jury indicted
13 Saudis for the bombing). [Seattle
Times, 10/29/01] Bin Laden admitted instigating the attacks in a 1998 interview.
[Miami
Herald, 9/24/01] Ironically, the bin Laden family is later awarded the contract
to rebuild the installation. [New
Yorker, 11/5/01]




August
13, 1996: Unocal and Delta Oil of Saudi Arabia come to agreement with state
companies in Turkmenistan and Russia to to build a natural gas pipeline from
Turkmenistan to Pakistan via Afghanistan, the agreement is finalized the next
year (see October 27, 1997). [ href="http://www.unocal.com/uclnews/96htm/081396.htm">Unocal website, 8/13/96]
The Boston Herald later reports that, "The prime
force behind Delta Oil appears to be Mohammed Hussein al-Amoudi" (see
November
22, 2002 (B)) and that his business
interests are "enmeshed" with those of Khalid bin Mahfouz (see for
instance 1988
(B) and April 1999).
Together and separately, al-Amoudi and bin Mahfouz have become "partners
with US firms in a series of ambitious oil development and pipeline projects
in central and south Asia." [Boston
Herald, 12/10/01] The two are later included in a secret United Nations
list of financiers funding al-Qaeda (see November
26, 2002).




November
26, 1997:ÊAn industry newsletter reports that
Saudi Arabia has abandoned plans to have open bids on a $2 billion power plant
near Mecca, deciding that the government will build it instead. What's interesting
is that one of the bids was made by a consortium of Enron, the
Saudi Binladen Group (run by Osama's family), and Italy's Ansaldo Energia.
[Alexander's Gas and Oil Connections,
1/22/98]



Spring
1998: Sources who know bin Laden later claim
that bin Laden's mother has the first of two meetings with her son Osama in
Afghanistan (see Spring 2000 (C)). This
trip is arranged by Prince Turki al-Faisal, then the head of Saudi intelligence
(see August 31, 2001). Turki is in charge
of the "Afghanistan file" for Saudi Arabia, and has long-standing
ties to bin Laden and the Taliban (see Early 1980).
[New Yorker,
11/5/01]




April
1998: Osama Basnan, a Saudi living in California,
later claims that he writes a letter at this time to Saudi Arabian Prince Bandar
bin Sultan and his wife, Princess Haifa bint Faisal, asking for financial help
because his wife, Majeda Dweikat, needs thyroid surgery. The Saudi embassy sends
Basnan $15,000 and pays the surgical bill. However, University
of California at San Diego hospital records say Basnan's wife wasn't treated
until April 2000. [Los
Angeles Times, 11/24/02] Basnan will later come under investigation
for possibly using some of this money to support two of the 9/11 hijackers who
arrive in San Diego at the end of 1999 (see November
1999 (B), September 22, 2001, November
22, 2002).



June
1998: Relations between Taliban head Mullah Omar and bin Laden grow tense,
and Omar strikes a secret deal with the Saudis to expel
bin Laden. Head of Saudi intelligence Prince Turki al-Faisal travels to Kandahar,
Afghanistan and brokers the deal, but before it
can be enacted, the US strikes Afghanistan in August, driving Omar and bin Laden
back together. Prince Turki states that "the Taliban
attitude changed 180 degrees," and that Omar was "absolutely rude"
to him when he visited again in September. [Guardian,
11/5/01, London
Times, 8/3/02] Note that reports of this meeting seemingly contradict
reports of a different secret meeting a month later (see July
1998). Was bin Laden charmed by luck,
or might the embassy bombings and/or the US missile attacks in response have
been timed to help keep him in Afghanistan?





June
1998 (D): An unknown Saudi benefactor pays
a Saudi named Saad Al-Habeeb to buy a building in San Diego, California for
a new Kurdish community mosque. However, the $545,000 needed will only be given
on the condition that a Saudi named Omar al-Bayoumi be installed as the building's
maintenance manager with a private office at the mosque. Al-Bayoumi
is later suspected of giving financial assistance to two of the 9/11 hijackers
(see November 1999 (B) and November
22, 2002). After taking the job, al-Bayoumi
keeps an erratic schedule. The
people in the mosque eventually begin a move to replace al-Bayoumi, but he moves
to Britain in May or June 2001 before this can happen. [Newsweek,
11/24/02, Sunday Mercury, 10/21/01]
Al-Bayoumi who "often gave parties and videotaped guests, was widely considered
by Muslims [in San Diego] to be a Saudi government agent" (see Mid-January
2000). [San
Diego Union-Tribune, 9/14/02] "He was always watching [young Saudi
college students], always checking up on them, literally following them around
and then apparently reporting their activities back to Saudi Arabia," says
Henry Bagadan, a Pakistani businessman who worships at the San Diego Islamic
Center. [Newsweek, 11/24/02]
An
anonymous federal investigator states: "Al-Bayoumi came here, set everything
up financially, set up the San Diego [terrorist] cell and set up the mosque."
An international tax attorney notes that anyone handling business for a mosque
or a church could set it up as a tax-exempt charitable organization "and
it can easily be used for money laundering." [San
Diego Union-Tribune, 10/27/01, San
Diego Union-Tribune, 10/22/02] Until
1994, al-Bayoumi worked for the Saudi Ministry of Defense and Aviation, headed
by Prince Sultan, the father of US ambassador Prince Bandar. He told some people
he received a monthly stipend from his former employer, a Saudi aviation company
called Dallah Avco that has extensive ties to the same Saudi Ministry of Defense
and Aviation. He told others that he was a student or a pilot and even claimed
to be receiving monthly payments from "family in India" (despite being
Saudi), but the explanations didn't seem credible. [Newsweek,
11/22/02, Newsweek, 11/24/02,
Los
Angeles Times, 9/1/02, San
Diego Union-Tribune, 10/27/01, Sunday
Mercury, 10/21/01] The FBI is investigating
possible ties between Dallah Avco and al-Qaeda, [Newsweek,
10/29/02] and Saleh
Abdullah Kamel, the billionaire owner of
the company, is on a secret United Nations list of terror financiers (see November
26, 2002).




July
1998: According to documents exposed in a later
lawsuit, a meeting takes place in Kandahar, Afghanistan, that leads to a secret
deal between Saudi Arabia and the Taliban. Those present include Prince Turki
al-Faisal, head of Saudi Arabian intelligence (see also Early
1980 and Spring
1998),
Taliban leaders, senior officers from the ISI and
bin Laden. Saudi Arabia agrees to give the Taliban and
Pakistan "several hundred millions" of dollars, and in return
bin Laden promises no attacks against Saudi Arabia. The Saudis also agree to
ensure that requests for the extradition of al-Qaeda members and promises to
block demands by other countries that bin Laden's Afghan training camps be closed
down. Saudi Arabia had previously given money to the Taliban and bribe money
to bin Laden (see 1996 (C)), but this ups the
ante. [Sunday
Times, 8/25/02] A few weeks after the meeting, Prince Turki sends 400 new
pickup trucks to Afghanistan. At least $200 million follow. [Honolulu
Star-Bulletin, 9/23/01, New
York Post, 8/25/02] Note that reports of this meeting seemingly contradict
reports of a meeting the month before between Turki and the Taliban, in which
the Taliban agreed to get rid of bin Laden (see June
1998).




August
7, 1998:ÊTerrorists bomb the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.ÊThe bomb
in Nairobi, Kenya kills 213 people, including 12 US nationals, and injures more
than 4,500. The bomb in Dar es Salaam kills 11 and injures 85. The attack is
blamed on al-Qaeda. [PBS
Frontline, 2001]



October
1998: FBI agents Robert Wright
and John Vincent are tracking a terrorist cell in Chicago, but are told to simply
follow suspects around town and file reports.
The two agents believe some of the money used to finance
the 1998
US embassy bombings (see August
7, 1998) leads back to Chicago and Saudi
multimillionaire businessman Yassin al-Qadi (see
October 12, 2002). Supervisors
try, but temporarily fail, to halt the investigation into al-Qadi's possible
terrorist connections. However, at this time, a supervisor prohibits Wright
and Vincent from making any arrests connected to the bombings, or opening new
criminal investigations. Even though they
believe their case is growing stronger, in January 2001 Wright is told that
the
Chicago case is being closed and that "it's
just better to let sleeping dogs lie" (see Late
January 2001). Wright tells ABC: "Those dogs weren't sleeping,
they were training, they were getting ready. ... September
the 11th is a direct result of the incompetence of the FBI's International Terrorism
Unit. ... Absolutely no doubt about that." Chicago
federal prosecutor Mark Flessner, also working on the case, says there "were
powers bigger than I was in the Justice Department and within the FBI that simply
were not going to let [the building of a criminal case] happen." Wright
will write an internal FBI memo slamming the FBI in June 2001 (see
June 9, 2001, and also May
30, 2002 and August 9, 2002 (C)).

Al-Qadi is named in a March 2000 affidavit as a source of terrorist funds in
Chicago. [ABC,
11/26/02, ABC,
12/19/02, ABC,
12/19/02] He is also
on secret US and UN lists of major al-Qaeda financiers (see November
26, 2002). His charity, the Muwafaq Foundation, is allegedly an al-Qaeda
front which transferred $820,000 to the Palestinian group Hamas through a Muslim
foundation called the Quranic Literacy Institute; the date of the transfer has
not been released. [CNN,
10/15/01] Al-Qadi says he shut down Muwafaq in 1996, but the charity has
received money from the United Nations since then. [BBC,
10/20/01, CNN,
10/15/01]




Late
1998 (C): FBI counter-terrorism expert John O'Neill and his team investigating
the 1998 embassy bombings are repeatedly frustrated by the Saudi government.
Guillaume Dasquié, one of the authors of Bin Laden: The Forbidden
Truth, later tells the Village Voice: "We uncovered incredible things...
Investigators would arrive to find that key witnesses they were about to interrogate
had been beheaded the day before." [Village
Voice, 1/2/02, Bin Laden: The Forbidden
Truth, released 11/11/01 (the link is an excerpt containing Chapter
1)]



Late
1998 (F): The failed August 1998 US missile attack against bin Laden (see
August 20, 1998) greatly elevates
bin Laden's stature in the Muslim world. A US defense
analyst later states, "I think that raid really helped elevate bin Laden's
reputation in a big way, building him up in the Muslim world... My sense is
that because the attack was so limited and incompetent, we turned this guy into
a folk hero." [Washington
Post, 10/3/01] An
Asia Times article published just prior to 9/11 suggests that because of the
failed attack, "a very strong Muslim lobby emerge[s] to protect [bin Laden's]
interests. This
includes Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah, as
well as senior Pakistani generals.
Prince Abdullah has good relations with bin Laden as both are disciples of slain
Doctor Abdullah Azzam." [Asia
Times, 8/22/01]




name=0499housearrest>April 1999: A Saudi
government audit shows that five of Saudi Arabia's billionaires have been giving
tens of millions of dollars to al-Qaeda. The audit shows that these businessmen
transferred money from the National Commercial Bank to accounts of Islamic charities
in London and New York banks that serve as fronts for bin Laden. $3 million
was diverted from a Saudi pension fund. [ href="http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/co ... y102999.html">USA
Today, 10/29/99] $2 billion of the bank's $21 billion is also found to be
missing. The only action taken is that Khalid bin Mahfouz, founder of National
Commercial Bank, Saudi Arabia's biggest bank, is placed under house arrest and
majority control in the bank is bought out by the Saudi government. [Ottawa
Citizen, 9/29/01] The Saudi government won't allow US officials to talk
to bin Mahfouz, despite asking "at a very senior level." [Washington
Post, 2/17/02] By 9/11, he is in a hospital and technically no longer under
house arrest. The US has not frozen the accounts of bin
Mahfouz, and he continues to engage in major oil deals with US corporations
(see Early December 2001 (B)). Forbes
Magazine claims his family fortune is worth more than $4 billion. [ href="http://www.bostonherald.com/news/amer ... 42001.htm">Boston
Herald, 10/14/01, href="http://www2.bostonherald.com/news/ame ... 02001.htm">Boston
Herald, 12/10/01] Bin Mahfouz had invested in George Bush Jr.'s businesses
starting in 1988 (see href="http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/co ... 88failedman">1988
(B)). He is later sued for his rule in funding terrorism (see href="http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/co ... saudisuit">August
15, 2002).




Mid-June
1999: Hijackers Mohamed Atta and Marwan Alshehhi, plus would-be hijacker
Ramzi Binalshibh and associate Mounir El Motassadeq hold a meeting in Amsterdam,
Netherlands. All are living in Hamburg at the time, so its not clear why they
go to meet there, though its speculated they are meeting someone. Motassadeq
also went to the town of Eindhoven, Netherlands on three occasions, in early
1999, late 1999 and 2001. [AP,
9/13/02] On at least one occasion, Motassadeq receives
cash provided by unnamed "Saudi financiers" that is meant to fund
a new Eindhoven mosque. Investigators believe he uses the money to help
pay for some 9/11 hijacker flying lessons. [Baltimore
Sun, 9/2/02] Alshehhi also flies to Amsterdam from the US in the summer
of 2001, but it isn't known why (see April 18,
2001).




November
1999 (B): As hijackers Nawaf Alhazmi and Khalid Almihdhar enter the US for
the first time (see November 1999), they are
met at the Los Angeles International Airport by a Saudi man named Omar al-Bayoumi
(see June 1998 (D)). Al-Bayoumi later claims
that he didn't know Alhazmi and Almihdhar, but happens to overhear them speaking
Arabic in the airport restaurant, introduces himself and begins helping them.
He drives them to San Diego, arranges for them to live in an apartment a few
doors away in the same apartment building, guarantees the lease and pays $1,550
in cash to cover the first two months rent. He also helps them open a bank account,
obtain car insurance, get Social Security cards and call flight schools in Florida.
[Newsweek, 11/24/02, Washington
Post, 12/29/01, Sunday Mercury,
10/21/01] Alhazmi and Almihdhar may have reimbursed al-Bayoumi for the rent
money later the same day. [Los
Angeles Times, 11/24/02] Al-Bayoumi is arrested after 9/11, but released
after one week (see September 22, 2001). Some
FBI officials later suggest that al-Bayoumi was an al-Qaeda agent, and the possibility
that the Saudi government may have funded him creates headlines in November
2002 (see November 22, 2002). Note that
there is some discrepancy as to when Alhazmi and Almihdhar first entered the
US; most media report January 2000 (after an important al-Qaeda meeting that
they attend in Malaysia (see January 5-8, 2000)),
but some report November 1999 (for instance, Los
Angeles Times, 11/24/02]). Since Alhazmi's name appears on a San Diego apartment
lease in November 1999, it is hard to see how they could have arrived later
than that. [Washington
Post, 10/01]




December
4, 1999: Princess Haifa bint Faisal, the wife
of Prince Bandar, the Saudi Ambassador to the US, begins sending monthly cashier's
checks of between $2,000 and $3,500 (accounts differ) to Majeda Dweikat, the
wife of Osama Basnan, a Saudi living in San Diego (see April
1998). Accounts also differ over when the checks were first sent (between
November 1999 and about March 2000, a Saudi government spokesman has stated
December 4 [Fox
News, 11/23/02]). Basnan's wife signs many of the checks over to her friend
Manal Bajadr, the wife of Omar al-Bayoumi. [Washington
Times, 11/26/02, Newsweek, 11/22/02,
Newsweek, 11/24/02, Guardian,
11/25/02] Basnan's wife received some checks while she was living in Baltimore,
Maryland and Falls Church, Virginia. [Washington
Post, 11/24/02] Falls Church is located outside Washington and near CIA
headquarters. It is also where the World Assembly of Muslim Youth [WAMY] - a
suspected terrorist organization - is located. Abdullah bin Laden (Osama's brother)
was the US director of WAMY; he and his brother Omar lived in Falls Church at
the same time as four
of the 9/11 hijackers (see 1996).
It
is believed that al-Bayoumi helped 9/11 hijackers Nawaf Alhazmi and Khalid Almihdhar
settle in San Diego (see November 1999 (B)),
and it is later suggested that the money from the wife of the Saudi ambassador
passes through these two as intermediaries and ultimately ends up in the hands
of the two hijackers (see
November 22, 2002).
The payments from Princess Haifa continue until May 2002 and may total $51,000,
or as much as $73,000. [MSNBC, 11/23/02,
MSNBC, 11/27/02] While
living in the San Diego area, al-Bayoumi and Basnan are heavily involved in
relocating and offering financial support to Saudi immigrants in the community.
[Los
Angeles Times, 11/24/02] In late 2002, Al-Bayoumi tells an Arabic-language
newspaper in London that he did not pass any money along to the hijackers. [Washington
Times, 12/04/02] Basnan is also described as an al-Qaeda sympathizer who
called 9/11 "a wonderful, glorious day." [Newsweek,
11/22/02] However, Basnan has variously claimed to know al-Bayoumi, not
know him at all or to know him only vaguely, [Arab
News, 11/26/02, ABC,
11/26/02, ABC,
11/25/02, MSNBC, 11/27/02]
but earlier reports say Basnan and his wife were "very good friends"
of al-Bayoumi and his wife. Both couples lived at the Parkwood Apartments at
the same time as the two hijackers; prior to that, the couples lived together
in a different apartment complex. Also, the two wives were arrested for shoplifting
together at a J. C. Penney in April 2001. [San
Diego Union-Tribune, 10/22/02]




2000-September
10, 2001: The names of four hijackers are later
discovered in Philippines immigration records, according to Philippine Immigration
Commissioner Andrea Domingo. However, it hasn't been confirmed if these are
the hijackers, or just other Saudis with the same names. Abdulaziz Alomari visits
the Philippines once in 2000, then again in February 2001, leaving on February
12. [AP,
9/19/01, Telegraph,
9/20/01, Philippines
Daily Inquirer, 9/19/01] Ahmed Alghamdi visits Manila, Philippines more
than 13 times in the two years before 9/11. He leaves the Philippines the day
before the attacks. [Arizona
Daily Star, 9/28/01, Telegraph,
9/20/01] Fayez Ahmed Banihammad visits the Philippines on October 17-19,
2000. [Arizona
Daily Star, 9/28/01, Telegraph,
9/20/01] Saeed Alghamdi visits the Philippines on at least 15 occasions
in 2001, entering as a tourist. The last visit ends on August 6, 2001. [Telegraph,
9/20/01] Hijackers Atta and Marwan Alshehhi may also have been living
in the Philippines (see 1998-2000), and
9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed occasionally stays there (see Early
1994-January 1995). When in the Philippines, it
is possible the hijackers meet with associates of Mohammad Jamal Khalifa, bin
Laden's brother-in-law. Khalifa has been closely linked with the Philippines
chapter of the International Islamic Relief Organization, which gets much of
its money from the Saudi Arabian government and has lately been accused of being
a front for al-Qaeda. Amongst other connections to terrorism, Khalifa helped
fund the Islamic Army of Aden, a group that claimed responsibility for the bombing
of the USS Cole. [Boston
Herald, 10/14/01] Khalifa has been connected through phone calls to Hambali,
a major terrorist who attended a planning meeting for the 9/11 attacks in Malaysia,
also attended by two hijackers connected to the Islamic Army of Aden (see January
5-8, 2000). [PBS
Frontline, 10/3/02, Cox
News, 10/21/01] Nothing
more has been heard to confirm or deny the hijackers' Philippines connections
since these initial reports - are they being downplayed to hide embarrassing
connections between the hijackers, bin Laden's family, and the Saudi government?




January
2000:Ê Former President George
Bush Sr. meets with the bin Laden family on behalf of the Carlyle Group. He
had also met with them in 1998, but it's not known if he met with them after
this. Bush denied this meeting took place until a thank
you note was found confirming it. [Wall
Street Journal, 9/27/01, Guardian,
10/31/01] FTW



Mid-January
2000: Omar al-Bayoumi, a Saudi who has been
living in the US for several years (see June 1998
(D)), throws a welcoming party for future 9/11 hijackers Nawaf Alhazmi
and Khalid Almihdhar in San Diego that introduces them to the local Muslim community.
[Washington
Post, 12/29/01] He also introduces hijacker Hani Hanjour to the community
a short time later. [San
Diego Union-Tribune, 9/14/02] One associate later says an al-Bayoumi party
"was a big deal ... it meant that everyone accepted them without question."
[San Diego Union-Tribune, 10/25/01]
This was only a small part of his assistance to the three hijackers (see November
1999 (B)). Why was he so friendly and helpful? Many people in
San Diego who knew him believe he was a Saudi government spy, reporting on the
activities of Saudi-born college students. [San
Diego Union-Tribune, 9/14/02, Newsweek,
11/22/02]




Spring
2000 (C): Sources who know bin Laden later
claim that bin Laden's mother has a second meeting with her son Osama in Afghanistan
(see Spring 1998). The trip is approved
by the Saudi royal family. The Saudis pass the message to him that "'they
wouldn't crack down on his followers in Saudi Arabia' as long as he set his
sights on targets outside the desert kingdom." In
late 1999, the Saudi government had told the CIA about the upcoming trip, and
suggested placing a homing beacon on her luggage. This doesn't happen - Saudis
later claim they weren't taken seriously, and Americans claim they never received
specific information on her travel plans. [New
Yorker, 11/5/01, Washington
Post, 12/19/01]



October 12,
2000: The USS Cole is bombed in the Aden, Yemen harbor by al-Qaeda terrorists.
17 US soldiers are killed. [ABC News, 10/13/00]




January 21,
2001:ÊGeorge Bush Jr. is inaugurated as the 43rd US President, replacing
Clinton.ÊThe only major figure to permanently remain in office is CIA Director
Tenet, appointed in 1997 and reputedly a long time friend of Bush Sr.ÊFBI Director
Louis Freeh stays on until June 2001. Numerous figures
in Bush's administration have been directly employed in the oil industry, including
Bush, Vice President Cheney and National Security Advisor Rice. Enron's ties
also reach deep into the administration. [Washington
Post, 1/18/02]



Late
January 2001:ÊThe BBC later reports, "After
the elections, [US intelligence] agencies [are] told to 'back off' investigating
the Bin Ladens and Saudi royals, and
that anger[s] agents."ÊThis follows previous orders to abandon an investigation
of bin Laden relatives (see 1996),
and difficulties in investigating Saudi royalty.Ê[BBC,
11/6/01] FTW
Presumably one such investigation canceled is an investigation
by the Chicago FBI into ties between Saudi multimillionaire Yassin al-Qadi and
the US embassy bombings (see August 7, 1998)
and other terrorist acts, because during this month an FBI agent
is told that the case is being closed and that "it's just better to let
sleeping dogs lie" (see October 1998).




February
2001 (B): A former CIA anti-terror expert later
claims that an allied intelligence agency sees "two of Osama's sisters
apparently taking cash to an airport in Abu Dhabi [United Arab Emirates], where
they are suspected of handing it to a member of bin Laden's al-Qaeda organization."
This is cited as one of many incidents showing an "interconnectedness"
between Osama bin Laden and the rest of his family. [New

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The David Icke Newsletter Goes Out Over The Weekend

The Washington Post reported that the Los Alamos boffins, led by scientist George Papcun, had taken a ten-minute recording of the voice of General Carl W. Steiner, former Commander-in-chief, U.S. Special Operations Command, and made it say whatever they liked through a technique known as 'voice morphing'. As the Post said:

'Whereas early voice morphing required cutting and pasting speech to put letters or words together to make a composite, Papcun's software developed at Los Alamos can far more accurately replicate the way one actually speaks. Eliminated are the robotic intonations.'

Apparently, they had the voice of General Steiner say: 'Gentlemen! We have called you together to inform you that we are going to overthrow the United States government'. Steiner was so impressed, he asked for a copy. They have done the same with the voices of many military top brass and even had former Secretary of State Colin Powell 'saying': 'I am being treated well by my captors'.

The Post was partly right when it said of such potential to deceive: 'For Hollywood, it is special effects. For covert operators in the U.S. military and intelligence agencies, it is a weapon of the future'.

Except that it not 'of the future' at all. It is of the now.



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