US issues new terrorism threat warning ahead of 20th anniversary of 9/11 attacks. Al Qaeda Declares 'war on all fronts' against America During Joe Biden's Afghanistan Bug Out, Times Square NYC high on the list of targets and has been for years. Al Qaeda claims its war with America is far from over. On June 29, 2021, Al-Malahem, the media arm of the Yemen-based Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), released the first issue of its Inspire magazine since 2017. This issue of the magazine, titled "Praise and Guidance". The terror group has apparently released the edition to mark the anniversary of the September 11 attacks it orchestrated in 2001. In the issue, AQAP stressed that waging jihad against the U.S. is a religious duty incumbent upon all Muslims "with strength and ability, until the U.S. stops its oppression against Muslims, stop supporting the occupier Jews who are oppressing our brothers in Palestine, and stop all its intervention in Muslim countries." There have not been any public marching orders for lone-wolf jihadists since 2017. Until now. "We'll see".
The new JUNE 2021 edition of Inspire "Praise and Guidance" is once again calling for attacks on Americans in the U.S., and praising recent mass murderers who claimed to have been fighting for the jihadist cause. That includes Ahmad Al-Issa, an American from Syria who is accused of killing 10 people last March in a Colorado grocery store. Detailing the attack, the magazine highlighted that the "mujahid" Ahmad Al-Issa bought an AR-15 rifle legally and on March 22, headed to a crowded King Soopers in Boulder, Colorado at 3 p.m. The mujahid Ahmad Al-Issa then killed three Americans outside the store and six others inside and wounded an officer who responded to the attack. Summing up the results of the attack, the magazine stated that 10 "white Americans, including an officer" were killed and the supermarket was closed.FBI needs to stop hiding what happened in Sarasota before 9/11, Biden Signs Order to Release 9/11 Classified Documents. Friday Sept 3rd, 2021 President Joe Biden has signed an executive order directing the FBI to release long-awaited classified documents regarding Saudi Arabia’s connection to the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, a source close to the Biden administration told Newsmax on Friday. “The families of those murdered on 9-11 have waited far too long for these documents to be declassified by the federal government, and I salute President Biden for doing the right thing,” Senate Leader Chuck Schumer said in a statement to The Post. Biden’s decision to move on the executive order this week comes after 9/11 victims’ families on Thursday asked an inspector general in the Department of Justice to investigate their claims. The only specific document President Biden ordered to be reviewed for public release “no later than September 11, 2021” is an April 4, 2016 “electronic communication from the subfile investigation,” of the FBI that’s also known as Operation Encore. That report is said to be a 16-page summary of Encore’s findings about possible Saudi government complicity in 9/11. Encore was a secret offshoot of PENTTBOM, the code name for the FBI of the Sept. 11, 2001 al Qaeda attacks, the largest criminal inquiry in the nation’s history."We'll See".FOX 13 TAMPA VIDEO, The more things change the more they stay the same, Al-Qaeda websites were shut down 10 years ago, now the resurgence of Al-Qaeda's INSPIRE magazine (Samir Khan editor-deceased) "how to build a bomb in your mother's kitchen sink".
Charlotte NC man Samir Khan was first guy running new al-Qaeda online magazine, Inspire in Yeman. Khan, who was 22-years-old in 2008, was of Pakistani heritage from Charlotte who produced “Inspire,” an English-language Web magazine which spread al-Qaida ideology and promoted attacks against U.S. targets, even running articles on how to put together explosives. Samir Khan Continues to Inspire Al-Qaeda in Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) from the grave. Operatives Like Mohammed Alshamrani Terror Attack on Pensacola Naval Base. Samir Khan 'The Inspired Terrorist That Hellfire Drones Couldn’t Silence'. Back on Jan. 8, 2009, the FBI raised Khan’s investigation priority from “IT” to “core,” an indication that FBI agents believed that he was not just an al Qaeda supporter but someone in close contact with al Qaeda’s core leadership.
On Jan. 9, 2009 Charlotte agents contacted the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team, a Quantico, Va.,-based special forces unit created to respond to terrorist incidents and hostage situations such as aircraft hijackings. A meeting was scheduled in Charlotte for “finalizing operational plans” five days later Samir Khan fled to Yemen where he set up and became editor of INSPIRE MAGAZINE. Al Qaeda's current leader, the less charismatic Ayman al-Zawahiri, lives a near virtual existence and is heard from only in rare propaganda releases. However, the group still sees itself as a lead for other jihadists. Franchises of Al Qaeda operate in Yemen, Syria, Somalia and northern Africa, among other places. Afghanistan could be free for al Qaeda again. Today al Qaeda appears proud of its influence over the TTP. "Now the organization of Pakistani Taliban and their leadership not only moving forward in the light of Sharia but also making better decisions based on past experiences and recent successes have been made possible by the same unity and adherence to Sharia and Wisdom in Afghanistan. Al Qaeda is making clear the country that was once its base to plan the deadliest-ever attack on American soil in September 2001 is free for it to use again in September 2021.
FOX NEWS 8/29/2021: After Kabul attacks, US faces threat from Islamic extremists ‘already in our country’: retired Army general. Retired Maj. Gen. Dana Pittard, a former commanding general at Fort Bliss in Texas, shared his observations last week in an interview with Border Report, after bombings at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan killed at least 13 U.S. service members as well as scores of Afghan civilians. Pittard doesn’t just know about conditions at Fort Bliss, he also knows about fighting terrorists in combat: After leaving Fort Bliss in 2013, Pittard led U.S. troops against ISIS fighters in Iraq in 2014, according to Border Report. "Suicide bombs in Kabul today—suicide bombs in the U.S. tomorrow. Biden must IMMEDIATELY secure our southern border before it’s too later!" U.S. Rep. Tony Gonzales, R-Texas, tweeted on Thursday. "The idea that they would cross the border – they don’t have to," Pittard said, explaining that terrorist sympathizers already live in the U.S.
KABUL AIRPORT SUICIDE BOMBER: The Times reported: “At 5:48 p.m., the bomber, wearing a 25-pound explosive vest under clothing, walked up to the group of Americans who were frisking people hoping to enter the complex. "He waited, officials said, until just before he was about to be searched by the American troops. And then he detonated the bomb.”
Costumed characters in disguise who roam Times Square NYC could conceal a 25-pound suicide bomb vest. Arrested NYC Al-Qaeda terrorist Ashiqul Alam expressed support for the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York as well as for the militant group Islamic State discussed using an explosive suicide vest in an attack on Times Square.
Times Square Bomb Plots: A Pakistani American who attempted the May 1, 2010 Times Square car bombing. He was arrested after he had boarded Emirates Flight 202 to Dubai. On June 21, 2010, in Federal District Court in Manhattan he confessed to 10 counts arising from the bombing attempt. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. New York City, New York Faisal Shahzad.
April 2013 Times Square After the Tsarnaev brothers successfully carried out the Boston Marathon bombing, they planned to use leftover explosives to terrorize Times Square in New York City, but after carjacking Dun Meng, a Chinese graduate student, the plot was foiled after he escaped and called the police leading them to the Tsarnaev's location. A shootout ensued resulting in the death of Tamerlan. Dzhokhar was captured days later after a citywide manhunt was declared to pin down his exact location. Watertown, Massachusetts Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
April 2015 New York City A plot to build a pressure cooker bomb in New York City was arranged by Asia Siddiqui, a Pakistani American, and Noelle Velentzas. Siddiqui was in contact with Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, while Velentzas seemed to support the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). The two had researched bomb-making and purchased bomb making materials but were arrested before they selected a target (Times Square). The women were arrested on April 2, 2015. According to the complaint, officers found "three propane gas tanks, soldering tools, pipes, a pressure cooker, fertilizer, flux, detailed handwritten notes on the recipes for bomb making, and extensive jihadist literature" at Siddiqui's apartment. Velentzas had information on creating bombs from propane tanks and a picture of Osama bin Laden. Velentzas also questioned why people would travel to Syria when there were ways of "pleasing Allah" in the United States. The two had been roommates until shortly before their arrest. Their plot was exposed by an undercover agent posing as a third conspirator. Times Square, New York City.
June 7, 2019 Times Square, New York City Authorities arrested Ashiqul Alam, who planned to attack Times Square in New York City, New York with grenades, guns and a suicide vest. Ashiqul Alam a New York man praised Osama Bin Laden and talked about killing police officers as he plotted an attack on Times Square, one of the most crowded crossroads in the city, prosecutors said on Friday. Ashiqul Alam, 22, from the Jackson Heights area of Queens, was charged with illegally acquiring firearms as part of a murderous plan, federal officials said. During meetings with an undercover federal agent, Ashiqul Alam expressed support for the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York, where terrorists flew hijacked passenger jets into the World Trade Center, as well as for the militant group Islamic State, according to the complaint. He also discussed using an explosive suicide vest in an attack.
ISLAMIC CHARITIES FUNDING AL-QAEDA & OPERATIVES IN USA: “Procurement Agent” for bin Laden, Ziyad Khaleel (a.k.a. Ziyad Sadaqa). In November 1996, the FBI monitors the progress of bin Laden buying a new satellite phone and tracks the purchase to Ziyad Khaleel, a US citizen and radical militant living in Missouri with Imam Muneer Arafat (later in Sarasota Fl). Newsweek will later say that this puts the Sudan-based charity Islamic American Relief Agency (IARA) “on the FBI’s radar screen” because Ziyad Khaleel is one of IARA’s eight regional US directors. Furthermore, Ziyad Khaleel (his roommate is Imam Muneer Arafat) is working for the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP), a Hamas-linked organization cofounded by Mousa Abu Marzook. US intelligence will later reveal that in the late 1990s, IARA is regularly funding al-Qaeda. For instance, it has evidence of IARA giving hundreds of thousands of dollars to bin Laden in 1999. December 1999 Police in Jordan detain Ziyad Khaleel, who the FBI calls a Florida-based “procurement agent” for Osama bin Laden. The FBI says Khaleel’s role is to “procure computers, satellite telephones, and covert surveillance equipment” for al-Qaeda leaders, his roommate was Imam Muneer Arafat who moved to Sarasota Fl in early 2000. Ziyad Khaleel and Muneer Arafat were fundraisers for Islamic African Relief Agency and the Holy Land Foundation both designated terrorist supporters of Hamas and Al-Qaeda. UPDATE August 11th, 2021 ABC Action News Tampa I-Team Investigator Adam Walser and Photojournalist Matt McGlashen appear to have some interest in my involvement in a 2002 Sarasota Fl investigation into a terrorist support network that included Imam Muneer Arafat, "We'll see"..UPDATE SEPT 9th, 2021: ABC ACTION NEWS 9/11 SUPPORT NETWORK IN SARASOTA: Click image above for ABC News video and print story. $4,000 phone bills fished from the trash/ Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner started his own investigation in 2002. “They were here, in my neighborhood. So I had to look at it, kept looking at it,” Bill Warner said, he partnered with police, sheriff’s deputies and was eventually paid by ICE for providing surveillance photos and phone bills he collected from the garbage cans of people of interest. Bill Warner said some of the cell phone bills he collected were 35-to-40 pages long, with calls made to phone numbers located all over the world. At that time, cell phone and long-distance companies charged by the minute for calls. “The bills you could see they were $1,200, $1500, $2,000, sometimes even $4,000 a month,” Bill Warner said. ”These are guys living in duplexes, driving old cars, who don’t have a job, see more CLICK HERE.
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