Sunday, September 11, 2022

Flight 23 was the 5th plane to be seized on 9/11 and the 4 Arab terrorists in 1st class seats who got away

Flight 23 was the 5th plane to be seized on 9/11 and the 4 Arab terrorists in 1st class seats who got away. At JFK Airport, United Airlines Flight 23 was a flight scheduled to depart to Los Angeles (LAX) at 8:30am on September 11 2001 with a full load of jet fuel. United Airlines Flight 23 suspected as the 5th plane to be hijacked by Al-Qaeda terrorists makes seance. Al-Qaeda boss OBL wanted to hit the 2 WTC Towers, the Pentagon, the Capitol Building and the White House, he needed 5 planes. United Airlines Flight 23 was late in pushing back from the gate. Flight 23 captains, Carol Timmons and Tom Manello have heard a report over their radio that a plane has flown into the World Trade Center. They then receive an ACARS message, An ACARDS message is a digital datalink system for transmission of short messages between aircraft and ground stations via airband radio or satellite. The message is from Ed Ballinger, “We have gone to heightened security. Do not open cockpit doors. Secure the cockpit.” Soon after the flight attendant tells the passengers that the flight has been cancelled, the 4 Arab men become abruptly agitated and the argument becomes so heated that she called airport security to the gate. Authorities will later check the men’s unclaimed on board baggage and find box-cutters, copies of the Koran, and al-Qaeda instruction sheets. On September 14, it is reported that investigators believe at least one of these passengers was among a number of individuals taken into custody at JFK and LaGuardia Airports the previous day on Sept 13, 2001. However in 2004, Representative Mark Kirk (Illinois) will say the suspicious Flight 23 passengers were never found and are likely still at large.

Wilmington (Delaware) News-Journal featured a front-page article on the Delaware Air National Guard’s first female general, Carol Timmons, who was promoted to that rank at a ceremony on Saturday. General Timmons has had a long career as a pilot, including time as a commercial pilot for Pan Am and United Airlines. The profile of General Timmons recounts that on the morning of September 11, 2001, she was the first officer on United Airlines flight 23 preparing to take-off from New York’s JFK Airport bound for Los Angeles. The plane had already pulled away from the gate and was taxiing down the runway when the airport was shut down and the crew was ordered to secure the cockpit.

Timmons confirmed that as the pilot grabbed the crash ax, she jumped from her seat and started barricading the cockpit door. From the other side of the barricade the cabin crew relayed their concern about four young Arab men in first-class who became agitated when the take-off was cancelled, and fled from the plane when it returned to the terminal. Shortly after arriving at the gate, Timmons said one of flight attendants called up to the cabin with some disconcerting news. "She said, ‘We've got some guys back here that are very agitated that we're going back and that we're not taking off and they look Middle Eastern,' and the captain said there was really nothing that he could do but to let operations know about them," Timmons said.

As soon as we got to the gate and got the door open, those guys were off, she said. "It was total chaos at the airport and they just disappeared into the crowd and there was nothing we could do." Some believe that Timmons' plane was intended to be the fifth to be hijacked that day. After searching the plane, investigators found evidence of ties to al Qaeda in the bags of the men who disappeared. Timmons, the pilot, and the rest of the crew were repeatedly questioned by the FBI, though the findings were never shared. The pilot concluded that Flight 23 would have been the next plane hijacked by terrorists if the airport shutdown order had been delayed. “The FBI asks questions,” General Timmons is quoted as saying, “They don’t tell you things.”


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Saturday, September 10, 2022

Al-Qaeda Communication Hub in Santa Clara CA Run by Khaled Abu Dahab Linked to Al-Qaeda Communications Hub in Egypt & Yemen in 1990's.

Al-Qaeda Communication Hub in Santa Clara CA Run by Khaled Abu Dahab Linked to Al-Qaeda Communications Hub in Egypt & Yemen in 1990's. Before the attack on the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001, Al-Qaeda cells communicated via satellite phones, cell phones and e-mail. Prior to the September 11th, 2001 terror attacks, Khaled Abu Dahab told FBI agents that he operated a communications hub for terror operatives out of his Santa Clara home, he entered the USA in July 1986. Khaled Abu al-Dahab, 57, an Egyptian-born naturalized U.S. citizen and former Silicon Valley car salesman is a confessed member of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ) terrorist organization which later linked and morphed into Al-Qaeda. Khaled Abu al-Dahab was a known member of a Santa Clara, California, based al-Qaeda sleeper cell. In 1992 Khaled Abu Dahab met with Egyptian Islamic Jihad boss Ayman al-Zawahiri when al-Zawahiri visited Santa Clara CA. Khaled Abu Dahab also met with Egyptian Islamic Jihad boss Ayman al-Zawahiri in Santa Clara CA in 1995, using a fake passport and identity documents, he smuggled Ayman al-Zawahiri, who is bin Laden's chief deputy and a partner in the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and a long list of other crimes, into the United States from Afghanistan for a covert fund-raising tour in which the terrorist raised as much as $500,000. Part of the money financed the bombing of the Egyptian Embassy in Pakistan, Dahab said. In 1988, Osama bin Laden established Al Qaeda from a network of Arab and other foreign veterans of the Afghan insurgency against the Soviet Union, with the aim of supporting Islamist causes in conflicts around the world. Al Qaeda functioned both on its own and through some of the terrorist organizations that operated under its umbrella, including: Egyptian Islamic Jihad, which was led by Ayman al-Zawahiri.

Ayman al-Zawahiri merged the Egyptian Islamic Jihad with al-Qaeda in 2001 and formally became bin Laden's deputy in 2004. Osama bin-Laden's right hand man was Ayman al-Zawahiri who had become a leading figure in the Egyptian Islamic Jihad. In court documents, prosecutors alleged Khaled Abu Dahab “facilitated” fraudulent passports and documents and provided money and other items to known terrorists. Dahab admitted to U.S. investigators he recruited Americans into the Al Qaeda terrorist organization during his 12 years in California, from 1986 to 1998. Dahab, who is currently serving 15 years in an Egyptian prison, according to authorities, was once congratulated by Bin Laden for his work recruiting in the U.S. Dahab, whom bin Laden biographer Yossef Bodansky has called a "high-quality" al Qaeda agent, one of the "senior jihadist operatives in the United States" during the 1990s. In 2002, Khaled Abul-Dahab confessed to Egyptian interrogators that he had funded the 1995 attack on the Egyptian Embassy in Pakistan on orders from Osama bin Laden, and had transferred money from a Californian bank account to Pakistan to finance the attack.

The other communications hub for the Islamic terrorist organization Al Qaeda was once located in the non-descript Madbah neighborhood located in the city of Sanaa, Yemen. From 1995–2006, the home of Ahmad al-Hada became a “global switchboard” for Al Qaeda. An FBI analysis of phone records, links the subjects of the Bureau’s probe into the apparent Saudi role in the 9/11 attacks to a key communications hub used by Osama bin Laden. From 1996 til 2006, Ahmad al-Hada was operating along with his son, Samir Al-Hada, an Qaeda safe house and a communication center in Sana'a, which was the direct link from AQ central to Yemen. Ahmad Mohammad Ali al-Hada is an al-Qaeda operative from Yemen whose family is described by US government officials as a "supercell" within the al-Qaeda. Al-Hada's son-in-law, Khalid al-Mihdhar, was one of the hijackers that flew American Airlines Flight 77 into the Pentagon as part of the September 11 attacks. Al-Hada provided the telephone number in Yemen that served as the switchboard for al-Qaeda operations leading up to the USS Cole bombing and September 11 attacks. Ziyad Khaleel's role as to “procure computers, set up communication systems, buy satellite telephones and buy covert surveillance equipment” in the United States for al Qaeda. The phone number 00–873–682505331 was used by bin Laden to communicate to his network of followers. According to Dan Coleman FBI Liaison office. “It has not been revealed when US intelligence begins monitoring bin Laden exactly, though the CIA was tailing him in Sudan by the end of 1991. In 1996, the National Security Agency (NSA) had begun tapping Bin Laden’s satellite phone. The phone was bought by an individual named “Ziyad Khaleel”, whom bought the “Compact M” satellite phone while in Virginia. More than 200 calls were placed to Yemen, the number “ 00 967 1200578” kept popping up often enough that NSA analysts monitoring the line, had “red flagged” the number, it became a “hot line” as they called it. It then became of interest to those who were beginning to closely monitor the activities of Bin Laden and Al Qaeda, and ultimately came from Ahmad Mohammad Ali al-Had's home in Sana'a, Yemen. The NSA began tapping the home, which belonged to Ahmed al-Hada supposedly beginning in 1996. The I-49 unit in NYC then began planning to build their own electronic antennas near Afghanistan to begin monitoring the al-Hada house in Yemen. This would give the NSA pause, and they agreed to share data with the FBI, but what data would be shared? By 1998, the NSA gives up transcripts from 114 phone calls to prevent the antennas from being built, but refuses to give up any more. 9/11 hijacker Khalid al-Mihdhar would end up marrying the daughter of Ahmed al-Hada, Hoda al-Hada.
In 1994, Al-Qaeda terrorist Imam Anwar al-Awlaki married a cousin from Yemen, and began service as a part-time imam of the Denver Islamic Society in Fort Collins CO. Ziyad khaleel was also linked to the same Mosque during the same time period.
The Yemeni government tried Anwar al-Awlaki in absentia in November 2010, for plotting to kill foreigners and being a member of al-Qaeda. Anwar al-Awlaki was a Yemeni-American imam who was killed in 2011 in Yemen by a U.S. government drone strike ordered by President Barack Obama. In 1996, al-Awlaki was chastised by an elder for encouraging a Saudi student to fight in Chechnya against the Russians. He left Denver soon after, moving to San Diego. It also emerged that in 1998 and 1999, while serving as vice-president of an Islamic charity that the FBI described as "a front organization to funnel money to terrorists", Awlaki was visited by Ziyad Khaleel, an al-Qaeda operative, and an associate of Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, who was serving a life sentence for plotting to blow up landmarks in New York. By July 2002, al-Awlaki was under investigation in the United States for having received money from the subject of a U.S. Joint Terrorism Task Force investigation. His name was added to the list of terrorism suspects.

Article from: St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO) | January 20, 2003 | Branch-Brioso, Karen; Shinkle Byline: Karen Branch-Brioso, And Peter Shinkle Of The Post-Dispatch A wide-ranging federal grand jury investigation in St. Louis is looking into possible terrorist connections in the Muslim community here, according to people familiar with the inquiry. Among the subjects of the investigation are two small mosques, Muslim businessmen and fund-raising efforts for Palestinian groups. Prosecutors also have asked grand jury witnesses about Ziyad Sadaqa aka
Ziyad Khaleel, a former resident of Columbia, Mo., and the St. Louis area who bought the satellite telephone that al-Qaida leaders used to plot the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. Sadaqa, who was never charged in the bombings, raised money here for Palestinian terrorist groups. He reportedly was killed in an auto accident in Saudi Arabia, but federal authorities apparently suspect he may still be alive.
"The feds thought that this Ziyad guy faked his death at hajj (the pilgrimage to Mecca) to get out of legal trouble," said a source familiar with the prosecutors' questioning. 

Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Fagan, who heads the St. Louis anti-terrorism task force formed after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, would not discuss or even confirm the existence of the investigation. The inquiry appears to be a broad one. "They're asking questions about so many people in St. Louis that it leads me to believe they're casting a wide net in the Muslim community," said a grand jury … Al-Qaeda procurement agent Ziyad Khaleel had been roommates with Imam Muneer Arafat during the time period when he was obtaining communication equipment for Osama bin-Laden. Imam Muneer Arafat came to the Islamic Society of Sarasota-Bradenton Mosque as thier ‘holy man” in March of 2000, just a few months before Mohamed Atta and two other 9/11 Hijackers show up in nearby Nokomis Fl in June of 2000. Ziyad Khaleel, also known as Khalil Ziyad, Ziyad Sadaqa, and Ziyad Abdulrahman, was a Palestinian-American al-Qaeda member, based in the United States, primarily in Colorado, Florida, Michigan and Missouri. He had been identified as a "procurement agent" for Osama bin Laden, arranging the purchase and delivery of "computers, satellite telephones, and covert surveillance equipment" for the leadership of al-Qaeda, as well as administering a number of radical Islamic websites as webmaster, including the website of the terrorist group Hamas. Among the cities in which he resided at various times were Denver, Detroit, Columbia and Orlando. In 1991, while living in Denver, he was vice president of the Denver Islamic Society. By 1994 he was residing in Detroit and his name and address were reflected in ledgers taken from the Al Kifah Refugee Center, a financial and strategic arm of al-Qaeda. Upon moving to Columbia, Missouri, he was known as Ziyad Khaleel. In 1997 Khaleel lived in Manchester, Missouri, and attended Columbia College in St. Louis, so did Imam Muneer Arafat who for some unknown and improbable reason came to a run down Mosque in Sarasota Fl in March of 2000 just prior to 3 of the 9/11 hijacker pilots (main guys and leader Mohamed Atta) showing up in nearby Nokomis Fl on W. Laurel Rd in June of 2000....FBI agent Thomas Baugher told me at one of our meetings in Sarasota at the SRQ Police Department Intel Unit " THERE ARE NO COINCIDENCES IN TERRORISM."


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Friday, September 9, 2022

Since Feb 26 1993 when Middle Eastern terrorism arrived on American soil at the World Trade Center Muslim terrorists are obsessed with NYC and Times Square.

Since Feb 26 1993 when Middle Eastern terrorism arrived on American soil at the World Trade Center Muslim terrorists are obsessed with NYC and Times Square. Since September 11th, 2001 Muslim Terrorists Continue to Target NYC and Times Square over and over and over again! “On September 11, 2001, more than 70 law enforcement officers – including 23 members of the New York City Police Department and 343 FDNY Firefighters lost their lives in defense of our nation.”.

September 11th, 2001 FDNY Ladder Co. Truck #3 was parked on West Street next to Six World Trade Center and was damaged beyond repair by the collapse of the Twin Towers. New York City Fire Department Ladder Company 3, also known as Ladder 3, is a fire company and one of two ladder companies in the New York City Fire Department's (FDNY) 6th Battalion, 1st Division. It is housed at 108 E. 13th St., along with Battalion Chief 6. Captain Patrick Brown and his men were last known to be on the 35th floor of the tower before the North Tower collapsed. Ladder Company 3 received some of the heaviest casualties of any fire company in the FDNY on September 11th, 2001.

On June 7th, 2019, TIMES SQUARE ATTACK PLOT: Ashiqul Alam in Brooklyn bought illegal weapons as part of his plan to kill law enforcement officers and civilians in a terrorist attack on Times Square, stated United States Attorney Donoghue. Mr. Alam discussed guns, suicide vests, hand grenades, and surveilled crowded New York targets such as Times Square”, said Police Commissioner O’Neill. Terrorists could dress up as Times Square costumed characters to conceal bomb vest and handguns with large capacity magazines.

On October 31, 2017, we saw an Muslim extremist ram a pickup truck into pedestrians and cyclists in Lower Manhattan, killing 8 people and wounding 11 others within eyeshot of Ground Zero WTC. The rampage ended when the motorist — whom the police identified as Sayfullo Saipov, 29 — smashed into a school bus, jumped out of his truck and ran up and down the highway waving a pellet gun and paintball gun and shouting “Allahu akbar,” Arabic for “God is great,” before he was shot in the abdomen by the officer.

On December 11th, 2017 A man wearing an improvised explosive device caused an explosion Monday in a New York subway tunnel near Times Square, authorities said. The state’s governor told New Yorkers what they already know: attacks like this one are inevitable in a city that is a permanent target for anti-American terrorists. The blast occurred at about 7:20 a.m. in the passageway connecting the busy subways stations at Times Square and Port Authority Bus Terminal, officials said at a news conference. James O’Neill, the city’s police commissioner, identified the attacker as Akayed Ullah, 27, a resident of Brooklyn.

On Sept. 17, 2016 PRESSURE-COOKER BOMB IN MANHATTAN AT 135 W. 23rd ST. Muslim terrorist Ahmad Khan Rahami, then 28, an Afghan-born U.S. citizen, was charged with bombing and use of a weapon of mass destruction after a pressure-cooker explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood injured 31 people. A second homemade bomb didn’t explode. Rahami was also charged with setting off a pipe bomb at a Marine Corps race in Seaside Park, N.J.

On May 7th, 2016, Commissioner James P. O’Neill of the NYPD, announced the Court’s unsealing of federal terrorism charges against three men, Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy, a 19-year-old Canadian citizen; Talha Haroon, a 19-year-old U.S. citizen residing in Pakistan; and Russell Salic, a 37-year-old Philippine citizen all alleged to have plotted attacks on Times Square NYC. The planned attacks included detonating bombs in Times Square and the New York City subway system and shooting civilians at specific concert venues. 

On Oct. 23, 2014 HATCHET ATTACK IN QUEENS ON JAMAICA AVENUE NEAR 160TH STREET Zale Thompson, 32, was shot dead by police after attacking four officers with an 18-inch hatchet, wounding two of them. Thompson had converted to Islam two years earlier and a search of his computers found he spent time reading about beheadings and an intrusion at the White House, police said. “This was a terrorist attack,” Police Commissioner William Bratton said.

On May 1st, 2010, multiple citizens reported seeing smoke coming from an SUV parked near 45th Street and Seventh Avenue in Times Square NYC. First responders searched the vehicle and found the two alarm clocks, as well as firecrackers, gas cans, propane tanks, a pressure cooker, and fertilizer. FBI agents joined law enforcement partners at the scene and then worked with the New York Police Department (NYPD) to trace the SUV to Shahzad, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in Pakistan. Shahzad had purchased the SUV a few weeks earlier. Two street vendors alerted NYPD after they spotted smoke coming from a vehicle, and a car bomb was discovered. The bomb had been ignited, but failed to explode, and was disarmed before it caused any casualties. Two days later, federal agents arrested Faisal Shahzad, a 30-year-old Pakistan-born resident of Bridgeport, Connecticut, who had become a U.S. citizen in April 2009. He was arrested after he had boarded Emirates Flight 202 to Dubai at John F. Kennedy International Airport. He admitted attempting the car bombing and said that he had trained at a Pakistani terrorist training camp, according to U.S. officials. Pakistani Taliban directed the attack and may have financed it.

On March 6, 2008, PIPE BOMB EXPLOSION IN TIMES SQUARE. Explosives packed in a metal ammunition box blew up at 3:43 a.m. outside a U.S. Armed Forces recruiting office in the middle of Times Square. Nobody was injured, but police suspected the bombing might have been related to similar early-morning incidents May 5, 2005, outside the British Consulate at 845 Third Ave. between 51st and 52nd streets, and on Oct. 26, 2007, outside the Mexican Consulate at 27 E. 39th St.

Sept. 11, 2001 AIRLINERS CRASHING INTO WORLD TRADE CENTER. Nearly 3,000 people died when Muslim hijackers took control of four airliners and flew them into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon near Washington, D.C., and a field in Shanksville, Pa. A single Freedom Tower has been rebuilt at the New York site bounded by West, Vesey, Fulton and Washington streets.

On February 26, 1993, at about 17 minutes past noon, a thunderous explosion rocked lower Manhattan. The epicenter was the parking garage beneath the World Trade Center, where a massive eruption carved out a nearly 100-foot crater several stories deep and several more high.Six people were killed almost instantly. Smoke and flames began filling the wound and streaming upward into the building. Those who weren’t trapped were soon pouring out of the building—many panic-stricken and covered in soot. More than a thousand people were hurt in some way, some badly, with crushed limbs. Middle Eastern terrorism had arrived on American soil


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