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Sunday, August 03, 2014

Al-Qaeda never forgets and always seeks payback when one of their high profile leaders or clerics is killed by US Forces or the CIA. Prior to the joint DOD and CIA operation that killed radical Islamic Cleric Anwar in september 2011 he was promoting his new 2 CD set which had planes falling from the sky over the Eastern Seaboard in Anwar al-Awlaki’s “The End of Time A New Beginning” a sort of Operation Bojinka Part 2.


PETN Mail Bombs From Yemen Traveled on Multiple Passenger Flights, Anwar Al Awlaki From Yemen “The End of Time A New Beginning”. Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan the Yemeni-American cleric and internet propagandist who both had joined the al- Qaeda branch in Yemen. In September 2011, when American intelligence located him, it might conceivably have been possible to organize a capture by Yemeni or American commandos. But a drone strike was politically far less complicated for both countries, said Gregory D. Johnsen, an expert on Yemen at Princeton. Samir Khan, was an Al-Qaeda operative and working directly under ANWAR AL-AWLAKI, he has been blown to bits along with his mentor Anwar Al-Awlaki in a Yemen drone attack orchestrated by the CIA and the DOD on September 30th, 2011.


A federal appeals court released a once-secret memo that provides the Obama administration’s legal justification for using drones to kill American terror suspects abroad. The memo, released by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan as the result of a lawsuit, pertained to the targeted killing of American-born radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki. The document lays out the legal justification for ordering the strike, without the involvement of a court. “High-level government officials have concluded … [al-Awlaki] is a leader of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) whose activities in Yemen pose a ‘continued and imminent threat’ of violence to United States persons and interests,” the memo said. Radical Muslim Cleric Anwar al-Awalaki was working directly with bomb maker Ibrahim al-Asiri in Yemen.

Portions of the 41-page, July 2010 memo are blacked out. To back up its findings, the memo said: “facts presented to us indicate that [al-Awlaki] has been involved, through his operational and leadership roles in AQAP, in an abortive attack within the United States and continued to plot attacks intended to kill Americans.” This appears to be a reference to the failed 2009 attack by the so-called “underwear bomber,” and the attempt to blow up cargo jets with printer bombs the following year. In both cases, the bombs were built by Ibrahim al-Asiri, and the memo provides no clues as to al-Awlaki’s direct role in the plots. The memo said the authority to use lethal force abroad may apply in appropriate circumstances to a U.S. citizen who is part of the forces of an enemy organization. It said the killing was justified as long as it was carried out in accord with applicable laws of war.


American intelligence has picked up indications that bomb makers from Al-Qaeda’s Yemen affiliate, Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), have traveled to Syria to link up with the Al-Qaeda affiliate there, al-Nusra Front. The groups are working to perfect an explosive device that could foil airport security, a counterterrorism official told the Associated Press. According to US intelligence agencies, the weapons are being developed by Al-Qaeda groups based in Yemen and Syria, who previously claimed responsibility for attempted attacks including the foiled 2009 ‘Underwear Bombing’ plot, the bombs were built by Ibrahim al-Asiri.


Operation Bojinka Part 2: Al-Qaeda Terror Plot May Involve The Use Of ‘Surgically Implanted Explosive Devices’ Targeting Airlines. A Senior U.S. Official has told ABC News that intercepted Al Qaeda communications indicate planned attack ‘Big,’ ‘Strategically Significant’. Operation Bojinka refers to a Al-Qaeda plot to destroy 11 airliners in mid air on January 21 and 22, 1995. Operation Bojinka was prevented on January 6 and 7, 1995, but some lessons learned were apparently used by the planners of the September 11 attacks.Is this going to be Operation Bojinka Part 2? See Al-Qaeda website at http://www.shamikh1.info/vb/

Airlines that fly direct to the US and inside the USA will be forced to step up checks on mobile phones and shoes in light of threats of an Al-Qaeda bomb attack. US officials say terrorists have found a way to conceal incendiary devices inside phones to avoid detection. According to US intelligence sources, the undetectable devices are most likely to be hidden in smartphones, including Apple iPhones and Samsung Galaxy phones. The bombs built by Ibrahim al-Asiri could also be surgically implanted into an insurgent’s body or be embedded in clothes fibers.


The tough new security policy subjects passengers to “vigorous” body searches and requires them to switch on their laptops, mobile phones and other electronic devices when they pass through security. Airport staff are also swabbing travellers’ shoes and clothes to check for traces of explosives.


Al-Qaeda likes to attack on the 11th day of the month, for whatever reason, will we have a August 11th “The End of Time A New Beginning” a sort of Operation Bojinka Part 2 with planes blown out of the sky over New York City and Washington D.C. and falling down into highly populated areas in huge fireballs?
  • September 11, 2001
    USA, WTC, Pentagon: Attacks
  • April 11, 2002
    Tunisia, Djerba: Explosion
  • March 11, 2004
    Spain, Madrid: train bombings
  • July 11, 2006
    India, Mumbai: train bombings
  • April 11, 2007
    Algeria, Algiers: car bombs
  • December 11, 2007
    Algeria, Algiers: car bombs
  • 11 July, 2010
    Uganda, Kampala: world cup bombings
  • December 11, 2010
    Sweden, Stockholm: bombings
  • April 11, 2011
    Belarus, Minsk: Metro bombing
  • September 11, 2012
    Libya, Benghazi: attack on CIA villa
  • May 11, 2013
    Turkey, Reyhanlı: car bombs
  • July 11, 2013
    Iraq: attacks and bombings
  • August 11, 2013
    Nigeria, Konduga: attacks

 

Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com

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