Iran Admits to Aiding Al-Qaeda 9/11 Hijackers With Undocumented Passage on Flights and Training with Hezbollah Terrorists in Beirut. Al-Qaeda is a Sunni group and Hezbollah is Shiite and 'never the twain to meet' (or mix) yet the common goal to take down the USA on 9/11 made them put aside their sectarian differences. Representatives for the groups have at times spoken unfavorably of one another, though al-Qaeda spokesman Ayman al-Zawahiri bridged the rhetorical divide in a July 27 video in which he acknowledged Hezbollah’s fight against Israel is indeed jihad, saying "We cannot just stand idly by while we see all these shells fall on our brothers in Gaza and Lebanon." In fact, evidence suggests al-Qaeda and Hezbollah have cooperated in the past and may do so again. A small group of al-Qaeda members visited Hezbollah training camps in Lebanon in the mid-1990s. Shortly thereafter, according to testimony from Ali Mohammed, an Egyptian-born U.S. Army sergeant who later served as one of bin Laden’s lieutenants and pled guilty to participating in the 1998 embassy bombings in eastern Africa, Osama bin Laden and Imad Mugniyeh met in Sudan. The two men, who have both topped the FBI’s list of most-wanted terrorists, agreed Hezbollah would provide the fledgling al-Qaeda organization with explosives and training in exchange for money and manpower. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage explained in a September 2002 speech, "Hezbollah may be the A team of terrorists and maybe al-Qaeda is actually the B team."The terrorist groups have similar goals vis-à-vis the United States and Israel. From email communication with Osama 'Sam' Mustafa it appears he is in Ramallah West Bank with the $17.8 million he stole from the IRS and high up with the armed wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) — the Abu Ali Mustapha Brigades and financially supporting Hezbollah and PFLP terror attacks on Israel as of end of 2013.
Hezbollah and Osama Sam Mustafa's Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) in the late 1980s and 1990s, the PFLP sought new allies and developed contacts with Islamist groups linked to Iran, despite the PFLP's strong adherence to secularism and anti-clericalism. The relationship between the PFLP and the Islamic Republic of Iran has fluctuated – it strengthened as a result of Hamas moving away from Iran due to differing positions on the Syrian Civil War. Iran rewarded the PFLP for its pro-Assad stance with an increase in financial and military assistance. The military wing of the PFLP is called the Abu Ali Mustapha Brigades. The PFLP is well known for pioneering armed aircraft-hijackings in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Osama Sam Mustafa's Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) considers the Arab League’s designation of Hezbollah as “terrorist” as an aggressive act against the entire Arab nation that reflects the hegemony of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia over the decisions and policies within the Arab League. It also confirms the Arab League’s submission to the dictates of U.S. imperialism and Zionism. The PFLP is dedicated to the violent destruction of Israel and Zionism. The group is designated as a terrorist organization by the U.S., European Union, Canada, Australia and Israel. The armed wing of the PFLP — the Abu Ali Mustapha Brigades — has carried out numerous terror attacks in Israel. The wing is most active in the West Bank and has a presence in Gaza. The PFLP is also active in several Palestinian refugee camps in Syria and Lebanon. One of the PFLP’s most high-profile leaders, airline hijacker Leila Khaled, resides in Amman, Jordan. The PFLP, designated by the US and EU as a terrorist organization, issued an angry, rambling statement on last year denouncing Israeli media, Israeli parties and German lawmakers for urging Chancellor Angela Merkel’s administration to outlaw the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and Hezbollah in the federal republic. The PFLP has over the years launched scores of terrorist attacks against Israelis, resulting in large numbers of deaths. Hezbollah has 950 active operatives in Germany, according to the country’s most recent 2016 national intelligence report, these guys are not Freedom Fighters.
Texaco gas station, Sam’s Star Mart on Spring Street in La Mesa, is owned by Osama “Sam” Mustafa [San Diego Union-Tribune, 7/25/2003] Mustafa was first investigated by the FBI in 1991 after he tells a police officer that the US needs another Pan Am 103 attack and that he could be the one to carry out the attack. He also says all Americans should be killed because of the 1991 Iraq War. In 1994, he was investigated for being a member of the Palestinian organizations PFLP and PLO and for threatening to kill an Israeli intelligence officer living in San Diego. The investigation was closed, but reopened again in 1997 when he was tied to a possible plot in North Carolina. Apparently, it is closed again before 9/11. He also associates with Osama Basnan and others who have contacts with the hijackers. Witnesses later claim Osama Mustafa cheers when first told of the 9/11 attacks. I first had communication from Osama Mahmud Mustafa a.k.a. “Sam Mustafa” in September of 2009 when he called and threatened me for writing an article about him. It has been discovered that Osama Mahmud Mustafa had already conspired with others in July of 2009, three months before he called me, in a scheme to profit from about $17.8 million in fraudulent IRS refund checks. It appears from a Bail Forfeiture hearing that Osama Mustafa's GPS tracking device had been tampered with on or about August 28, 2013 and appeared idle in a wooded area off of Interstate 10 in North West Florida. Osama 'Sam' Mustafa fled from his 20 year federal prison sentence in a car or truck loaned to him by 'associates', the Federal government has been unable to find any of the $17.8 Million Mustafa stole from the IRS. From email communication with Osama 'Sam' Mustafa it appears he is in Ramallah West Bank with the $17.8 million he stole from the IRS and high up with the armed wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) — the Abu Ali Mustapha Brigades and financially supporting Hezbollah and PFLP terror attacks on Israel.
Shin Bet, the Israeli internal security service, identified the 3 'Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine' (PFLP) assailants who killed the two Israeli police officers as residents of Umm el-Fahm, a large Arab town in central Israel, near the border with the West Bank: Muhammad Ahmed Jabarin, 29; Muhammad Hamid Jabarin, 19; and Muhammad Ahmed Mufdal Jabarin, 19. Umm al-Fahm is a city which is located 20 kilometres northwest of Jenin in the Haifa District of Israel. In 2015 its population was 52,500, nearly all of whom are Arab citizens (Palestinians) of Israel. In August 2000 the Shin Bet arrested two members of the PFLP, a militant faction of the Palestine Liberation Organization as they attempted to cross into Israel from Jordan via the Allenby Bridge. According to the indictment submitted, Samah Jibril and Rami Katouni received extensive military training in Syria with the 'Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine' (PFLP) and were intending to carry out a number of attacks against Israelis soldiers and civilians. The final attack was to be a suicide bombing at the high-rise Azrieli Towers complex in Tel Aviv, where the two men had worked in the past. In Syria, Jibril and Katouni received extensive weapons training, ranging from small arms to shoulder-held rockets, prosecutors claimed. They were also trained in the use of explosives devices with the 'Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine' (PFLP), the indictment said.
The 'Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine' (PFLP) moved it's headquarters from Damascus Syria to Ramallh West bank in 2000. Two Palestinian 'Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine' (PFLP) attackers senselessly and brutally attacked innocent worshipers as they prayed in the Har Nof neighborhood of west Jerusalem on 18 November 2014. Four victims - hacked to death with meat cleavers - were Israelis with dual nationality, three of whom were Americans. The fourth was from Britain. They were all rabbis. The fifth victim was an Israeli policeman who died of gunshot wounds. The attackers, affiliated with the PFLP, were shot dead by Israeli police. Tampa's Osama Sam Mustafa has been Funding (PFLP) since late 2013, he is hiding out in Ramalah West Bank.
Hezbollah Ramps up Terrorist Activity in West Bank since 2013 when Osama Sam Mustafa arrived with $17.8 million in stolen cash : In 2016 The Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) announced that it had taken down a number of terrorist cells in the West Bank whose members had been recruited through Facebook by elite Hezbollah Unit 133 in Lebanon and the Gaza Strip. It also has cracked down on efforts by Hezbollah to recruit Arab Israelis. The arrests included a cell from Kalkilya in the West Bank that was ordered to carry out an attack on an IDF patrol. The cell’s leader, Mustafa Kamel Hindi, 18, was recruited by a Hezbollah agent named Bilal through Facebook and was given instructions via email, according to the Shin Bet. Hindi recruited four local Kalkilya men to serve in his cell, including: Muhammad Majad Muhammad Amin Doud, 22, a Hamas agent who helped with raising funds, Taher Muhammad Mahmud Nofal, 22, who provided bomb-making material, Islam Iyad Zahir Abu Sayed, 21, who performed surveillance on the IDF patrol and Bara’a Iyad Muhammad Sayid Hamad, 19, who helped with putting the bomb components together. According to the Shin Bet, which busted the cells together with the IDF and police, Hezbollah has been working diligently in recent years to recruit operatives in the West Bank, Gaza and Israel with the aim of carrying out terrorist attacks against Israeli targets. Among those recruited by Jadian was Usama Noaf Sid Najim, 26, of Kabalan in the West Bank, who received money from Hezbollah and was ordered to recruit others and to carry out terrorist attacks, including a suicide attack on an Israeli bus. In 2017 Israel has arrested a Hezbollah operative in the West Bank for allegedly planning terror activity in Israel which included plans to kidnap Israelis, the Shin Bet said Thursday after it was cleared for publication. Yussef Yasser Soylem, 23, was arrested in the West Bank's Qalqilyah refugee camp and was indicted in an Israeli military court, the security service said. According to Shin Bet, Soylem, a carpenter by profession, was enlisted into the ranks of the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah through Facebook. He was instructed to collect information and take photographs of Israeli army bases, checkpoints and key sites in Jerusalem's Old City for the group. He was also instructed to set up a terror cell tasked with kidnapping an Israeli and smuggling the person into Lebanon, the Shin Bet said.
Saleh Hamid, Al Arabiya.net Friday, 8 June 2018 Writes: Iran admits to facilitating passage of al-Qaeda’s 9/11 attackers. Mohammad-Javad Larijani, the international affairs assistant in the Iranian judiciary, confessed in unprecedented remarks that Iran facilitated the passage of al-Qaeda members who carried out the September 11, 2001 terror attacks in New York. “Our government agreed not to stamp the passports of some of them because they were on transit flights for two hours, and they were resuming their flights without having their passports stamped. However, their movements were under the complete supervision of the Iranian intelligence,” Larijani said. No senior Iranian official had previously admitted to the Islamic regime’s role in the attacks. In an interview with the Iranian state TV broadcast on May 30 and circulated by activists on social media networks, Larijani narrated the details of the Iranian regime’s relations with al-Qaeda and how the Iranian intelligence supervised the passage and relocation of al-Qaeda members in Iran. “The Americans took this as evidence of Iran’s cooperation with al-Qaeda and viewed the passage of an airplane through Iran’s airspace, which had one of the pilots who carried out the attacks and a Hezbollah military leader sitting (next to) him on board, as evidence of direct cooperation with al-Qaeda through the Lebanese Hezbollah,” he said. In the same interview, he confirmed that Iranian intelligence officials were in constant contact with al-Qaeda terrorists. Earlier this year, a federal US judge ordered Iran to pay $6 billion to families of the victims of 9/11 after he found various government entities were accountable in the 9/11 attacks. Meanwhile, the European court in Luxembourg had issued a decision to freeze $1.6 billion from the Iranian Central Bank’s money in Europe and to hold them in compensation to the families of the victims of the September 11 terror attacks. According to the document, the Iranian intelligence apparatuses has in some cases facilitated visas to al-Qaeda members tasked with carrying out operations and harbored others. Senior al-Qaeda official Abu Hafs al-Mauritani helped negotiate the deal with Iran before the September 11 terror attacks. The New York court’s reports revealed that Ramzi bin al-Shibh, who was described by the 9/11 commission as the “coordinator” of the September 11 terror attacks, met several times with Mohamed Atta, a hijacker of the attacks, in many European cities at the beginning of 2001 then traveled to Afghanistan to submit a follow-up report from the operations’ team to Bin Laden and his deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri. This all happened thanks to assistance by the Iranian embassy in London and afterwards – according to a German intelligence memorandum – he received a visa from the Iranian embassy in Berlin to travel to Amsterdam then to Iran on January 31, 2001.
The documents also revealed the names of some senior al-Qaeda figures whose beginning was at the Lebanese Hezbollah camps. The most prominent is Saif al-Adel who later became the al-Qaeda’s No. 3 and a military leader, as he was first trained by Iranian commanders in Lebanon and Iran. Saif al-Adel is the one who made the orders to carry out the Riyadh explosions in 2003 from his headquarters in Iran. The 9/11 Commission, tasked with investigating the terrorist attacks, had concluded that Iran played a role in the 9/11 massacre by aiding al-Qaeda terrorists. The report had also stated that Iranian security officials let the terrorists travel through Iran without having their passports stamped. Between 1991 and 1996, Osama bin Laden lived in Sudan where he was protected by Hassan Abdullah at-Turabi, the leader of Sudan's National Islamic Front, an Islamist movement. According to the 9-11 Commission, Sudanese officials facilitated meetings between al-Qaeda operatives and Iranian officials, a relationship which blossomed into tactical training: While in Sudan, senior managers in al Qaeda maintained contacts with Iran and the Iranian-supported worldwide terrorist organization Hezbollah, which is based mainly in southern Lebanon and Beirut. Al Qaeda members received advice and training from Hezbollah. Intelligence indicates the persistence of contacts between Iranian security officials and senior al Qaeda figures after bin Ladin's return to Afghanistan. Khallad [bin Attash, a high-level Al-Qaeda operative has said that Iran made a concerted effort to strengthen relations with al Qaeda after the October 2000 attack on the USS Cole, but was rebuffed because bin Ladin did not want to alienate his supporters in Saudi Arabia. Khallad and other detainees have described the willingness of Iranian officials to facilitate the travel of al Qaeda members through Iran, on their way to and from Afghanistan. For example, Iranian border inspectors would be told not to place telltale stamps in the passports of these travelers. Such arrangements were particularly beneficial to Saudi members of al Qaeda. Knowledge of the international travels of the al Qaeda operatives selected for the 9/11 operation remains fragmentary. But we now have evidence suggesting that 8 to 10 of the 14 Saudi "muscle" operatives traveled into or out of Iran between October 2000 and February 2001. In mid-November 2000 three of the future muscle hijackers, Wail al Shehri, Waleed al Shehri, and Ahmed al Nami, all of whom had obtained their U.S. visas in late October, traveled in a group from Saudi Arabia to Beirut Lebanon and then onward to Iran. An associate of a senior Hezbollah operative was on the same flight that took the future hijackers to Iran.
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