The 9/11 Congressional Inquiry strongly implies that Osama Mustafa assisted the hijackers with the 9/11 plot. 9/11 hijacker Nawaf Alhazmi works at a gas station while living in San Diego where other suspected Islamist militants work. The Texaco gas station, Sam’s Star Mart, is owned by Osama “Sam” Mustafa. Mustafa was first investigated by the FBI in 1991 after he told a police officer that the US needed another Pan Am 103 attack and that he could be the one to carry out the attack. Information that I received from a former employee of Sam's Star Mart on Spring Street in La Mesa indicates that Osama Mustafa kept thousands of dollars in a safe in his office along with several handguns. Witnesses later claim Mustafa cheered when he was first told of the 9/11 attacks.
When searched after September 11, 2001, Osama Awadallah's home was filled with photographs, videotapes, and news articles featuring Osama bin Laden, as well as flyers containing Osama bin Laden's fatwas. When police searched the car that a group of hijackers -- including Hazmi -- drove to Washington Dulles International Airport on September 11, 2001, they found Awadallah's phone number written on a scrap of paper. The car itself was registered to an address where Bakarbashat had moved in August 2001. Palestinian Muslim Osama Sam Mustafa and his Muslim employees at Sam's Texaco Star mart in La Mesa CA all cheered when the Towers came down on 9/
9/11 Support Network of Mohdar Abdullah, Osama 'Sam' Awadallah, and Omer Bakarbashat worked at Sam Mustafa's Star Mart Texaco with 9/11 Hijacker Nawaf al-Hazmi. 9/11 hijacker Nawaf al-Hazmi was hired by the manager at the station on the basis of a recommendation from someone attending Anwar Awlaki's mosque. Mohdar Abdullah worked at the Sam's Star Texaco station in La Mesa owned by terrorist Sam Mustafa. When interviewed by the FBI after 9/11, Mohdar Abdullah denied having advance knowledge of attacks. In May 2004, it was learned from reports about Mohdar Abdullah bragging to fellow inmates at a California prison in September- October 2003 that he had known Hazmi and Mihdhar were planning a terrorist attack. Mohdhar Abdullah was tasked by Omar Al-Bayoumi to provide al-Hazmi and al-Mihdhar with whatever assistance they needed while in San Diego. Abdullah translated for them, helped them open bank accounts, and contacted flight schools for the hijackers.
Omar Bakarbashat, a Yemeni citizen, was arrested shortly after 9/11 and held as a material witness. He knew and worked with 9/11 hijacker Nawaf al-Hazmi at a gas station. He was eventually charged with an immigration violation. He pled guilty to creating phony immigration documents and a Social Security card, and then served a six-month sentence. However, he chose to remain imprisoned so he could fight deportation. But after two years in prison, he gives up and agrees to be deported. According to his lawyer, he is interrogated and briefly jailed in Yemen, and then is let go. After that, he moves to Saudi Arabia. It has been claimed that one day before the 9/11 attacks, Bakarbashat and others appeared to be celebrating the upcoming attacks.
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