Saturday, January 05, 2019

POLITICAL NOT FOR ALLAH: 9/11 Attack Was for Liberation of Palestine Claims Ramzi Yousef & Palestinian Radical Osama Sam Mustafa Obliged in San Diego.

POLITICAL NOT FOR ALLAH: 9/11 Attack Was for Liberation of Palestine Claims Ramzi Yousef & Palestinian Radical Osama Sam Mustafa Obliged in San Diego. Palestinian Radical Osama Sam Mustafa, (who hired 9/11 hijacker Nawaf Alhazmi at his Texaco gas station in 2000), was investigated in 1994 while living in San Diego for being a member of the Palestinian terrorist organizations PFLP and PLO by the FBI and for threatening to kill an Israeli intelligence officer living in San Diego. 'Other Gas Station Employees May Know of 9/11 Plot' - Mohdar Abdullah, a friend of Nawaf Alhazmi and Khalid Almihdhar, also works at the gas station around this time. He may have learned of the 9/11 plot as early as the spring of 2000. Additionally, according to one witness, Abdullah, Osama Awadallah, Omar Bakarbashat, and other gas station employees will appear to show foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks one day before they take place. 
Palestinian Radical Osama Sam Mustafa moved to Tampa Fl in 2004 and opened a used car lot and auto repair shop and became part of an organized group of Muslim used car dealers shipping cars to the Middle East. 'Two Bay Area Men Accused of $17 Million Tax Fraud'; One Had Ties to 9/11 Investigation. MAY 16, 2012 In a federal indictment unsealed, Osama "Sam" Mustafa, 47, and Khaldoun "Tony" Khawaja, 48, along with Khawaja's brother, Muawia "Mike" Abdeljalil of Virginia, are accused (all convicted) of stealing Social Security checks, filing false tax returns and lying to the federal government in their $17.8 million dollar IRS scam, none of the cash was ever recovered. Osama Sam Mustafa is now missing whilst calling these charges "Trumped Up."
Behind bars in a small concrete cell in the "Supermax" prison just outside the little town of Florence, Colorado, is the terrorist mastermind Ramzi Yousef who provided much of the inspiration for the appalling series of terror attacks on the US on September 11th, 2001. Ramzi Yousef's Bojinka plot was supposed to be a series of "spectacular" plane bombings marked by meticulous planning and preparation. But the plan was discovered when chemicals Yousef was mixing in a Manila kitchen caught fire and he had to flee to Pakistan. Eventually he was caught in 1995 and extradited back to the US. The name "Ramzi Yousef" is believed to be an alias. The 9/11 Commission claimed that Yousef's real name is Abdul Basit Mahmoud Abdul Karim. He was born in Kuwait, April 27 1968, to his parents who were both from Pakistan. His father is Mohammed Abdul Karim from Balochistan, Pakistan. His mother is the sister of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM). According to official records, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was born on March 1, 1964, in Kuwait and joined the Kuwaiti Muslim Brotherhood 'Lajnat al-Daawa al-Islamiya' a designated terrorist organization at age 16 in 1980. His father was Sheikh Mohammed Ali Doustin Baluchi, a lay Deobandi preacher, who moved the family to Kuwait from Balochistan in the 1960s. Ramzi Yousef left Kuwait after the Iraqi invasion in 1990, eventually making his way to Afghanistan. His mother was Halema Mohammed. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) is the uncle of Ramzi Yousef, who was convicted on terrorism charges for his part in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing along with Ammar Al Baluchi, who is accused of involvement in multiple terror plots. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is fluent in Balochi, Urdu, Arabic, and English. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed born March 1, 1964 in Kuwait City grew up and spent his formative years in Kuwait, as did his nephew Ramzi Yousef, born April 27, 1968 in Kuwait City. 
Both Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Ramzi Yousef were high ranking members of the Kuwaiti Muslim Brotherhood 'Lajnat al-Daawa al-Islamiya' (LDI) “Islamic Call Committee” a designated terrorist organization. Sarasota Imam Muneer Arafat, was born May 10th 1963 in Kuwait City, of Palestinian decent. Muneer Arafat joined the Kuwaiti Muslim Brotherhood Lajnat al-Daawa al-Islamiya (LDI) “Islamic Call Committee” a designated terrorist organization when he was in his teens along with Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Ramzi Yousef during the 1980's. Imam Muneer Arafat shows up in Sarasota Fl in March of 2000 just prior to Mohamed Atta and 2 other 9/11 pilots arrival in Nokomis and Venice Fl area in late June 2000, small world, eh. Following a tip-off from Istaique Parker, on 7 February 1995, Agents of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Special Agents of the U.S. Diplomatic Security Service, including Bill Miller and Jeff Riner, raided room number 16 in the Su-Casa Guest House in Islamabad, Pakistan, and captured Ramzi Yousef before he could move to Peshawar. After the Iranian shrine bombing, Ranzi Yousef soon began planning the Bojinka plot. It included plans to assassinate Pope John Paul II while he visited the Philippines, and to plant bombs inside 12 United and Delta Air Lines flights out of Bangkok heading for the USA and have one plane fly into CIA Headquarters. On this plot, Ramzi Yousef worked with his maternal uncle, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) who would later carry out Ramzi Yousef's initial 'planes plot' with the 9/11 terror attack. POLITICAL NOT FOR ALLAH: 9/11 Attack Was for Liberation of Palestine.
LA TIMES Sept 1, 2002...Ramzi Yousef told investigators his principal goal in plotting the 9/11 terror attack with his uncle Khalid Shaikh Mohammed (KSM) was the liberation of Palestine, a political rather than religious motive. A boyhood friend, Abdul Hakim Murad, said that what Yousef really wanted to do was kill a lot of Jews. He didn't care how or where. Yousef arrived in New York in the fall of 1992 wearing a three-colored silk suit and carrying an Iraqi passport with no entry visa. He claimed to be seeking political asylum. He was given two options--arrest or deportation. He chose arrest and was then immediately released on his own recognizance because, an INS agent later testified, "There was a lack of detention space." Yousef moved into a Jersey City, N.J., apartment and started scouting targets. He spent time driving around Brooklyn because he had been told Jews lived there. Murad, according to transcripts of police interrogations, had earlier suggested to Yousef that many Jews worked at the World Trade Center and that maybe he should consider the site as a target. Five months later, a bomb Yousef built for $3,000 blew up in the basement of the trade center's north tower, killing six, injuring about 1,000 and causing $300 million in damage. It was less than Yousef intended. He wanted the bomb to topple the north tower onto the south and release a cyanide cloud into the complex's ventilation system. Collaborators were arrested and Yousef's role discovered. An international manhunt followed, with a reward of $2 million for his capture. 
Ramzi Yousef disappeared for a time into the lawless western Pakistani province of Baluchistan, where he had relatives. He soon reemerged as a man about town in Peshawar and Karachi, a kind of folk hero much sought after among people who wanted to blow things up. There is within Islam, as they say, only one God and God is great, but any religion that requires its faithful to pray five times a day can expect them to exercise some discretion in determining where and with whom those prayers are said. Mosques, like churches in Christendom, segregate themselves by ethnicity, economics and scriptural interpretation. The version presented at Al Quds is Arab, dispossessed and harsh, which fit exactly the world view of certain Muslims in the 1990s. "The Jews and Crusaders must have their throats slit," is the way one Al Quds preacher put it. This was for most of the decade not an unusual formulation. A match had been struck in Afghanistan, and Islam was aflame. Al Quds was distinctive in Hamburg but no different from thousands of other mosques around the world--from San Diego to Jakarta to London--where a new radical Islam was nursed to a fire, and the fire fed. There are two smaller, mostly Arab mosques very near Al Quds, and members of what later came to be called the Hamburg terrorist cell sometimes worshiped at those as well. But investigators think it was within Al Quds' plain rooms that a group of like-minded young men found one another and, for many of them, a calling. The group was small--investigators think fewer than 20 people. It produced three of the Sept. 11 pilots--Mohamed Atta, Marwan Al-Shehhi and Ziad Samir Jarrah. Two other men apparently wanted to join them--Ramzi bin al-Shibh and Zakariya Essabar, both of whom were denied U.S. visas. When the pilots left for the United States, Bin al-Shibh became the key contact--and a conduit for money--back in Germany. Essabar, Bin al-Shibh and a roommate of Atta, Said Bahaji, all fled Germany before the attacks and remain fugitives. 
It is uncertain when Khalid Shaikh Mohammed first proposed the Sept. 11 airliner attacks on the United States, but captured Al Qaeda officers have told interrogators it was in fact Ramzi Yousef's and Khalid Shaikh Mohammed's idea, according to a U.S. intelligence official. American officials think Khalid Shaikh Mohammed brought the airliner idea to the Al Qaeda hierarchy, which approved it and gave Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and perhaps another Bin Laden lieutenant, Abu Zubeida, who ran the training camps, responsibility to manage it. Mohammed wouldn't need bombs this time. The airplanes would become the bombs. What he would need instead were pilots. Zubeida's camps would be a good place to find them. Investigators do not know who else the men might have met while in Kuala Lumpur. They do know that Malaysia was a frequent haunt of one of Hambali's old business partners, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed. It would have made sense for him to be there, but no one knows whether he was. The meeting occurred in early January 2000, just after a series of planned Al Qaeda millennium attacks failed. Intelligence officials believe the men met to discuss new attacks: the Cole and, given the timing, Sept. 11.
On Jan. 8, the men left Kuala Lumpur.
On Jan. 15, Khalid Almihdhar and Alhazmi arrived in Los Angeles.
On Jan. 18, in the United Arab Emirates, Marwan Al-Shehhi, using a brand-new passport, became the first of the Hamburg cell to apply for and receive a U.S. visa.
In March, Mohamed Atta began e-mailing 31 flight schools in the United States.
In May, Atta, also using a new passport, received his U.S. visa.
By the end of June, Al-Shehhi, Atta and Jarrah were all in the United States, looking for flight schools.

R&R in San Diego. It's not clear when Omar Al-Bayoumi arrived in San Diego, who he was, whom he worked for, why he came or why he left. What is clear is that he had more to do with two men who later ended up aboard American Airlines Flight 77 on Sept. 11 than anyone else in town. Acquaintances said the pair, Khalid Almihdhar and Alhazmi, seemed to regard their time in California almost as R&R. Alhazmi had season passes to Sea World and the San Diego Zoo. They bought a Toyota sedan and liked to make the run up to Las Vegas. In town, they hung out at Cheetah's, a nude bar near the Islamic Center. Khalid Almihdhar left San Diego in June 2000. Alhazmi stayed until December. He took a job for a few weeks, washing cars at a Texaco station. The station was owned by Osama Sam Mustafa a Palestinian radical and was a hangout for Arab men, who sat outside at a picnic table, talking and drinking coffee. Alhazmi hung out with them even when he wasn't working. He talked often, friends said, about Muslims being treated unfairly around the world. He did not tell his San Diego friends that he had left Saudi Arabia three years earlier to go to Chechnya to fight, which is what his family says now. 9/11 hijacker Nawaf Alhazmi works at a gas station while living in San Diego where other suspected Islamist militants work. This is the only apparent instance of any of the hijackers having a job while in the US. 
Nawaf Alhazmi and 9/11 hijacker Khalid Almihdhar frequently socialize at the gas station, but only Alhazmi works there for pay on and off for about a month at some point after Almihdhar has gone overseas in June 2000. [Washington Post, 12/29/2001; Los Angeles Times, 9/1/2002; US Congress, Gas Station's Owner Was Investigated - The Texaco gas station, Sam’s Star Mart, is owned by Osama “Sam” Mustafa. [San Diego Union-Tribune, 7/25/2003] 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. He also said 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 was closed again before 9/11. 
Osama “Sam” Mustafa also associates with Osama Basnan and others who have contacts with the hijackers. Witnesses later claim he cheered when he was first told of the 9/11 attacks. [US Congress, 7/24/2003, pp. xii, 11-12, 143-146, 155-157 ]  Gas Station's Manager Was Also Investigated - The gas station is managed by Ed Salamah (who apparently is also known as Iyad Kreiwesh). [Washington Post, 12/29/2001; San Diego Union-Tribune, 7/25/2003] In January 2000, the brother of an unnamed, known al-Qaeda operative was under surveillance and was seen chatting with Salamah. The Los Angeles FBI office was investigating this operative, and it called Salamah about the person. Salamah refused to come to Los Angeles for an interview, and refused to give his home address to be interviewed there. Faced with a reluctant witness, the FBI dropped the matter. [US Congress, 7/24/2003, pp. xii, 11-12, 143-146, 155-157 ; Newsweek, 7/28/2003]
Other Gas Station Employees May Know of 9/11 Plot - Mohdar Abdullah, a friend of Alhazmi and Almihdhar, also works at the gas station around this time. He may have learned of the 9/11 plot as early as the spring of 2000 (see Early 2000). Additionally, according to one witness, Abdullah, Osama Awadallah, Omar Bakarbashat, and other gas station employees will appear to show foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks one day before they take place. In December, another young Saudi arrived in San Diego. Alhazmi introduced him as Hani. The man was apparently Hani Hanjour, a Saudi who had spent most of three years in Arizona in the late 1990s, training at various flight schools. He was by every account a horrible flight student, but eventually in 1999 managed to obtain a commercial license, after which he returned to Saudi Arabia. Now back in the U.S., he and Alhazmi went off to fly airplanes in Arizona. Of all the hijackers, Khalid Almihdhar is the one who seems to have the broadest contacts with Al Qaeda. He appears to be the son-in-law of a well-known Yemeni Al Qaeda figure and is believed to have had a role in the Cole bombing. 
Khalid Almihdhar left the U.S. in the summer of 2000 and did not return until July 4, 2001, by which time 12 other young Saudi men and one from the United Arab Emirates had arrived at various locations on the East Coast. It is not known who recruited them for the Sept. 11 plot, but those who went for training in the Afghan camps could easily have been recruited there. Almihdhar's absence from the U.S. for the entire time during which they were presumably recruited suggests he might have played some role in recruiting them. In one sense, it isn't surprising that so many Saudis would be among the attackers: It is easier for Saudis to get American visas. From the beginning, too, Saudis were the largest national group among the Afghan Arabs. Bin Laden obviously is Saudi and so were many of the financial backers of the moujahedeen and, later, the Taliban.

FLORIDA BULLDOG December 18, 2016.....As late as October 2012, federal prosecutors and FBI agents in New York City were actively exploring filing charges against a suspect for providing material support to the 9/11 hijackers and other crimes. The suspect’s identity (Osama Sam Mustafa) and many details of the New York investigation are blanked out of a FBI summary report that discusses “Updates and Initiatives (as of 5 October 2012)” about 9/11. The document was released to Florida Bulldog amid ongoing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation that seeks access to records of the 9/11 Review Commission. The report was heavily redacted for national security, privacy and other reasons. But the report’s declassified portions indicate the New York investigation targeted an apparent U.S. support network for two of the 9/11 suicide hijackers – Saudis Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar – who with three other terrorists crashed American Airlines Flight 77 into the Pentagon. “This has never been disclosed before and it’s to the contrary of almost everything the FBI has produced so far that has indicated that 9/11 is history,” said former Sen. Bob Graham, D-FL, who co-chaired Congress’s Joint Inquiry into the terrorist attacks. “It’s interesting that it took them 11 years to get there, and a FOIA to get this information to the public.”

According to the partially declassified report the New York investigation was discussed at a Sept. 24, 2012 meeting at the FBI’s New York City office. Present were FBI agents, an unidentified a Manhattan Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) and a Department of Justice attorney. The report says that at the request of an unnamed official, the New York prosecutor “will explore potential charges for [redacted], including providing material support for the 9/11 hijackers, as well as lesser crimes, which investigators could present at a future interview with [redacted].” The report contains several bullet points about individuals with ties to Hazmi and/or Mihdhar. All of the names are redacted, but one name is discernible from the available information: former Tampa resident Osama “Sam” Mustafa. Prior to 9/11 Osama Mustafa owned a gas station in a suburb of San Diego where future hijacker Hazmi worked for about a month in the fall of 2000. Osama Mustafa previously had been the subject of an FBI counterterrorism investigation that yielded no evidence of criminal conduct, according to the 9/11 Commission’s final report.

The 2012 FBI report recounts Osama Mustafa’s May 15, 2012 arrest in Tampa for Treasury check fraud filed by a U.S. Attorney in Virginia. Court records say the case involved a $17 million tax-refund fraud scheme, and that Osama Mustafa was found guilty in April 2013. Four months later, while out on bond, Osama Mustafa removed a monitoring bracelet and vanished. In June 2014, Osama Mustafa was sentenced in absentia to 20 years in prison. He remains a fugitive. According to the report, federal authorities in Tampa had offered Osama Mustafa a deal on Sept. 17, 2012. “During the proffer [Osama Mustafa] echoed [a] previous statement he had made, denying any knowledge of the hijackers’ terrorist affiliation and providing no additional details of use to investigators. [Osama Mustafa] seemed optimistic about the charges he was facing. [Redacted] investigators anticipate future proffer sessions with [Osama Mustafa] on the [Redacted] national security issues.”
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) is believed to have been born in Kuwait City into a family originally from the Pakistani province of Baluchistan. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, age 53, was born March 1st 1964 in Kuwait City and joined the Kuwaiti Muslim Brotherhood Lajnat al-Daawa al-Islamiya a designated terrorist organization at age 16 in 1980. In 1984 Khalid Sheikh Mohammed left Kuwait and migrated to North Carolina USA to attend college. Sarasota Imam Muneer Arafat, age 54, born May 10th 1963 in Kuwait City, of Palestinian decent. Muneer Arafat joined the Kuwaiti Muslim Brotherhood Lajnat al-Daawa al-Islamiya (LDI) “Islamic Call Committee” a designated terrorist organization when he was in his teens along with Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Muneer Kazem Arafat, Iman at the Sarasota Mosque and then the Boca Raton Mosque, was born in Kuwait City on 5/10/1963 the family eventually moved to Jordan in and around 1983. Muneer Arafat claims he is a Jordanian born in Kuwait of Palestinian decent BUT not related to Yasser Arafat. Muneer Arafat appears to come into the US in 1984 when he was 21 same time frame as Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Muner Arafat said that in 1988, when he was 25 years old, terrorist Sami Al-Arian tried to recruit him into a faction of Palestinian Islamic Jihad. In St. Louis, from 1996 to 2000, Muneer Arafat became a well-known lecturer at different Masjids and built up quite a following. He gave lectures at local Mosques on the call to Jihad.
As per a FDLE Report of 12/03/2003, Special Agent Scott McAllister (Florida Department of Law Enforcement) along with Special Agent Tom Baugher (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and Detective James LaPlante (Sarasota City Police Department) interviewed a confidential informant, under control of the Detroit office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The source spoke of Muneer ARAFAT as the Imam of the local Sarasota mosque and that ARAFAT was a member of the Islamic (Muslim) Brotherhood, who follows a radical belief and teachings of ALBAZ, and wishes harm to the United States. Imam Muneer Arafat shows up at the Islamic Society of Sarasota and Bradenton (ISSB) Fl in March of 2000 just three months before Mohamed Atta and the rest of the 9/11 Hijackers show up in nearby Venice Fl in June of 2000.

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