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The financing of 9/11 and the UAE
« on: Apr 30, 2017, 02:58:36 pm »
 

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"September 10: Hijackers Nawaf Alhazmi and Hani Hanjour use the name “Rawf Al Dog” to send an express mail package from Laurel, Maryland, to Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. When the FBI intercepts the package at Dulles Airport after 9/11, they find it contains the debit card and PIN for Khalid Almihdhar’s First Union Bank account, which has a balance of $9,838.31"

The FBI says the funding for the attacks came from Sharjah, UAE. Money was returned here shortly before the attack by multiple hijackers.
Terrorists have made this mistake before. After the WTC 93 attack, one cell member returned to the rental agency to collect the deposit on the truck they blew up.

FBI agents visited the location and did extensive investigation into who sent the money. The official story is that although the man who sent the money has been caught, a Saudi named Mustafa al-Hawsawi, the true origins of the money could never be determined. An appendix to the 9/11 Commission claims tracing the origins is of little practical significance:
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Origin of the Funds
To date, the U.S. government has not been able to determine the origin of the money used for the 9/11 attacks. As we have discussed above, the compelling evidence appears to trace the bulk of the funds directly back to KSM and, possibly, Qatari, but no further.163 Available information on this subject has thus far has not been illuminating.164 According to KSM, Bin Ladin provided 85–95 percent of the funds for the plot from his personal wealth, with the remainder coming from general al Qaeda funds. To the extent KSM intended to refer to wealth Bin Ladin inherited from his family or derived from any business activity, this claim is almost certainly wrong, because Bin Ladin was not personally financing al Qaeda during this time frame.165 Ultimately the question of the origin of the funds is of little practical significance. Al Qaeda had many avenues of funding. If a particular source of funds dried up, it could have easily tapped a different source or diverted money from a different project to fund an attack that cost $400,000– $500,000 over nearly two years.http://govinfo.library.unt.edu/911/staff_statements/911_TerrFin_App.pdf

An interesting footnote however says: "FBI Assistant Director Pistole testified that the FBI had traced the funds back to certain bank accounts in Pakistan, see Senate Govt. Affairs Committee, July 31, 2003, but the FBI has clarified that Pistole meant the funds were traced back to KSM in Pakistan. No actual bank accounts there have been identified."

This hints at the origins to the first reported story, that the in-depth on the ground FBI investigation had led back to ISI General Mahmoud Ahmad.

Another footnote points at Saudi government Al Qaeda agent Abu Zubaydah: "Abu Zubaydeh suggested that some of the funds came from money that Zubaydeh had provided UBL for use in an operation against Israel."

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On the topic of the UAE, It was reported that when the White House was trying to kill Osama bin Laden in 1999 they couldnt because members of the Emirate Royal Family were hunting with him in Afghanistan.

Russian smuggler Viktor Bout, who was the main smuggler into Afghanistan in the 1990s and supplied to all sides was operating out of Sharjah, UAE. Bout's business manager was a Syrian-American and ex-US Marine named Richard Chichakli.

Emirates looked other way while al-Qaida funds flowed
by Los Angeles Times Staff Writers. Jan 21 2002.

Until Sept. 11, Osama bin Laden's terrorists in Afghanistan used the Persian Gulf crossroads of the United Arab Emirates as their lifeline to the outside world. Poor oversight in the loose federation of seven tiny sheikdoms allowed Bin Laden's al-Qaida network and Taliban agents to set up clandestine arms-trading and money-laundering operations, according to accounts from American, United Nations, Afghan and U.A.E. sources.

In the emirate of Sharjah, Afghan-based militants linked up with Victor Bout, a Russian arms dealer accused of repeatedly violating United Nations weapon sanctions. And millions in al-Qaida funds cascaded through the freewheeling financial institutions of the neighboring emirate of Dubai. Terrorists used a Somali warlord's money exchange, an Islamic bank once headed by the emirates' finance minister and currency houses that touted their ability to wire $1 million abroad overnight.

The U.S. investigation into the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon already has exposed trails leading back to the U.A.E. More than $120,000 was channeled through emirate bank accounts to suicide pilot Mohamed Atta and other suspected hijackers. The suicide attacks finally prompted U.A.E. officials to crack down on al-Qaida and its front ventures. But the sudden burst of urgency followed years of passivity.

The U.A.E. was one of only three countries that maintained diplomatic relations with the now-toppled Taliban regime. Despite quiet but persistent prodding by U.S. and other Western diplomats, the emirates' ruling elite was hesitant to reckon with the growing terrorist presence. Regulations that would target terrorists would also interfere with a laissez-faire economy that has bolstered the wealth of their entwined desert kingdoms.

Strategically located between the Arabian Peninsula and South Asia, the emirates' oil-rich confederation is barely 30 years old, a cash-stoked economic wonderland. The emirates are one of the world's busiest sea and air trade hubs, where both legal and illicit freight travels on ancient dhow sailing ships and aging Soviet-era cargo planes.

The emirates' rapid economic progress won admiration from American officials. But the U.S. also grew concerned as prominent entrepreneurs forged financial ties with Islamic militants.

The emirates "moved much too slowly and without adequate dedication to really putting controls into place," said Jonathan Winer, a former deputy assistant secretary of State for international law enforcement.

The U.S. pressed the emirates for tighter banking controls but moved delicately, not wanting to offend an ally in an already-complicated relationship. The emirates allow U.S. naval ships to berth in its harbors but also oppose America's pro-Israel tilt.

Officials with the U.A.E. government, Central Bank and airports in the emirates of Sharjah and Dubai all insisted that the emirates have been vigilant foes of terrorism. "The U.A.E. has been consistent in its cooperation," a Ministry of Information spokesman said. All of the U.A.E. officials declined to be identified by name.

U.S. authorities publicly compliment the emirates on a stepped-up campaign against terrorism since Sept. 11. "I think they get it and are truly being responsive," said R. Richard Newcomb, director of the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Asset Control. One Western diplomat based in the emirates said emirate officials "were horrified by what happened."

But current and former U.S. officials who urged the U.A.E. government to take action against al-Qaida before Sept. 11 worry about the durability of the new commitment.

Even in the two months after the Sept. 11 attacks, "we certainly have evidence of money, fees and commissions being directed" to al-Qaida from the now-closed exchange run by the Somali warlord, said Jimmy Gurule, Treasury's head of enforcement.

Under pressure from international finance ministries, the emirates finally agreed last year to bar their banks and currency exchanges from concealing funds illegally obtained or meant for criminal purposes, otherwise known as money laundering.

By then, though, al-Qaida and Taliban operatives had burrowed deep inside the emirates. Bin Laden's terrorists found "deep-pocket contributions, government assistance, charities, banks, couriers and other ways of making money," said one U.S. official. The emirates' "assistance" took the form of "preventing information, preventing action," said one former National Security Council official.

At times, even the emirates' rulers betrayed sympathy for some of Bin Laden's aims.

One telling comment came during a 1999 meeting in the emirates between emirate and American officials on the sensitive topic of money laundering. The session was so important to the U.S. that the request had come from President Clinton himself, in a letter to the emirates' president, and in another from Defense Secretary William S. Cohen to his emirates counterpart.

The Americans were intent on blocking al-Qaida's money in the wake of its coordinated attacks on two U.S. embassies in east Africa. But a senior sheik said it would be difficult to distinguish between al-Qaida funds used for criminal activities such as the bombings and money meant for what he viewed as more acceptable training of Islamic rebels in Bosnia and Chechnya.

The visitors were stunned. "That was a showstopper," said a U.S. official familiar with the conversation.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/sns-worldtrade-emirates-lat-story.html
 

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« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2017, 08:43:37 am »
 

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Viktor Bout and Farhad Azima

Viktor Bout also operated out of Oostende Airport in Belgium, something he shares in common with mysterious Kansas City businessman Farhad Azima, a figure in Iran Contra.

Azima was also a business parter of Wally Hilliard, who then helped some of the 911 hijackers learn to fly.

Kansas was a centre of the OKC bomb plotting as well and Azima and Hilliards possible associate Jackson Stephens was intimately involved in the Whitewater scandal, whose documents were reportedly moved to the Murrah Federal building shortly before the bombing. Mcveigh himself was upset with somebody he called "the General" for "moving the target."
 

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« Reply #2 on: May 01, 2017, 08:56:22 am »
 

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Al Barakaat

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In January 2001, U.S. officials urged U.A.E. authorities to impose reporting requirements on hawalas.

By that time, the U.S. government had been investigating a hawala called Al Barakaat for nearly two years. Al Barakaat catered to Somalis abroad who wanted to send money home. Though the expatriates lived in the U.S. and Western Europe, the last stop before Somalia was always Al Barakaat's global headquarters in Dubai, where an estimated $25 million a year in handling and money-exchange fees were skimmed off for Bin Laden's group, U.S. officials say.

Ahmed Nur Ali Jim'ale, the network's founder, is a "member of the kitchen cabinet" of Bin Laden, said a Bush administration official. Jim'ale, a Somali warlord, started the business in 1989, the same year Bin Laden created al-Qaida. Jim'ale later opposed the presence of American troops in his homeland, and Bin Laden took credit for helping to stir tribal resistance there.

This is another likely source of the Hawala money the FBI claim they cannot trace beyond the UAE

The 28 Pages say Omar al-Bayoumi was paid a salary by Ercan while in San Diego looking after the 911 hijackers. The Pages say the true source of the money was Al Barakat Investment, presumably part of the same company.

The two men accused of funnelling the finances from the UAE to the hijackers, are Mustafa al Hawsawi and Ammar al Baluchi. Baluchi is a nephew of KSM and later married Aafia Sidique. The importance of this is that Sidique is an associate of someone whose address appears on the US Treasury asset freeze of Al Barakaat
 

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Always thought the Viktor Bout 'story' was rather odd . . . can not precisely say why, so call it instinct.

Viktor Bout
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Bout

Farhad Azima - very odd - very well connected

Wally Hilliard - Drugs + 911
https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Wallace_J._Hilliard

Whitewater controversy Scandal - Clintons

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whitewater_controversy







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Thanks EG
 

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Dude .  . . I'm just trying to keep up !!!
Your encyclopedic knowledge is fascinating.

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« Reply #6 on: May 05, 2017, 04:24:13 pm »
 

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While in the UAE, Hawsawi received two wire transfers totaling about $6,500 from a Sudanese national then living in Saudi Arabia. Both the transfers were sent in August 2001 from the National Commercial Bank in Saudi Arabia to Hawsawi’s Standard Chartered Bank account in the UAE. According to information provided by a foreign security agency, the sender claims he was asked to wire the funds by Uthman al Shehri, the brother of hijackers Waleed and Wail al Shehri. The purpose of the transaction remains unknown, and the relevant witnesses are currently beyond the reach of the U.S. government.

"The purpose of the transaction remains unknown, and the relevant witnesses are currently beyond the reach of the U.S. government."  -  Classic 9/11 Commission

The Al Shehri family is a Saudi military family. They grew up on military bases and their uncle is the head of logistics for the Saudi Air Force according to a journalist for a Boston newspaper.
 

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« Reply #7 on: May 07, 2017, 11:24:13 am »
 

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An alternative version of the financing from a guy called John Newman
It is only shortly removed from the official story. I dont particularly like this Newman guy but i am particularly interested in his claim that Abu Zubaydah was Omar Sheikhs boss.
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According to Pakistani police reports for two years after his release Saeed Sheikh traveled regularly to training camps in Afghanistan where he trained recruits for Al Qaeda. According to British police reports he trained the 9/11 terrorists in hijacking techniques. Said Sheikh turned Al Qaeda, (oh, by the way he reported directly to Abu Zubaydah, Al Qaeda’s chief of external operations), into the more secure and capable operation that it was on the morning of 9/11.

Saeed Sheikh, the man about whom the Commission report utters not one word, overhauled Al Qaeda’s logistics, communications and financial networks and was given responsibilities in international liaisons, such as relations with the Hezbollah, or the Sudanese National Islamic Front.

To facilitate financial and communications needs he designed a new, secure, encrypted, web-based communications system for Al Qaeda. There was talk he would someday succeed Bin Laden. Over and above all these responsibilities Saeed Sheikh had another extremely sensitive job for Al Qaeda, he was the group’s principal liason with the ISI. Working with various current and former officers of Pakistani Intelligence including Lt. General Mohammed Aziz Khan, who along with President Musharaf himself was the most powerful military commander in Pakistan.

Saeed Sheikh played a vital role in the 9/11 by financing the hijackers. For his trouble he received the same impersonal budget as the two other key coordinators, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, and Ramzi bin Al-Shibh.

As the 9/11 attacks neared, the ISI chief, General Ahmed became more deeply mired in the plot, apparently to secure new sources of funds for the airline tickets needed for the reconnaissance flights, and the flights on the date of the attack.

In early August, Saeed’s former prison-mates kidnapped a wealthy shoe tycoon in India and held him for 15 days. The chief gangster, a Mr. Ansari, ran the operation right from Dubai in the Arab Emirates right were Saeed Sheikh was carrying out his 9/11 paymaster duties. The kidnappers freed their hostage for $830,000 and gave $100,000 to Saeed Sheikh. In an email discovered afterwards, Ansari said, I’ve paid $100,000 to Sheikh.

On the orders of the ISI chief, General Ahmed, Saeed Sheikh then wired the money to the hijack leader, Mohammed Atta. Flush with cash, Atta, Hamzi and Hanzour flew first class on the type of aircraft they would use on 9/11.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmed_Omar_Saeed_Sheikh
 

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Another UAE tie, possible source
The Washington Times - Friday, March 26, 2004

The terrorist organization Hamas invested millions of dollars during the past decade in real-estate projects nationwide, including in suburban Maryland, as part of a scheme to raise cash to fund acts of terrorism, records show.

The investments — involving the construction of hundreds of new homes, including many in Oxon Hill — were handled through BMI Inc., a defunct Secaucus, N.J., investment firm founded by Soliman S. Biheiri, an Egyptian and Hamas supporter, according to a newly released sentencing declaration by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

The Oxon Hill investment included a project known as Barnaby Knolls. ICE agents refer to the project as "Hamas West." One of the principle BMI investors in the Oxon Hill project, according to the Kane declaration, was Mousa Mohammad Abu Marzook, the self-proclaimed political leader of Hamas. It was a U.S. investigation into Marzook’s financial activities in this country that led to Biheiri, BMI and Ptech, a Boston-based computer software firm raided by customs agents in December 2002, authorities said. They said Biheiri and Yasin Qadi, a key BMI investor, were the primary Ptech financiers.

In the declaration of ICE senior agent David Kane it says hundreds of thousands of dollars invested in the projects was returned to investors or were re-invested in other real-estate developments, with much of the cash being routed through banks in Virginia and New Jersey to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. It said significant amounts of cash obtained in the real-estate ventures were used “in furtherance of Hamas terrorist operations.”
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2004/mar/26/20040326-121658-5191r/
 

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Another UAE funding tie, this time in the WTC93 case
After the bombing of the World Trade Center, Salem again began working for the FBI as an informant. In March of 1993, President Mubarak was scheduled to visit New York. Certain members of Rahman’s group saw this visit as an opportunity to assassinate him, in the words of Siddig Ali, “to execute the desire of the Sheik.” Tr. 10087-89, 10295-96. In seeking financing for this plan, Siddig Ali called a man in the United Arab Emirates for funding, stating that Rahman would vouch for him.
http://uniset.ca/other/cs4/189F3d88.html
 

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Shareholders of Terror
FRIDAY, MAR 15, 2002

According to an unpublished list obtained by Lucy Komisar, the Al Taqwa bank was part of a network of financial companies named by the Bush administration as a major source and distributor of funds for Osama bin Laden’s terrorist operation.

Al Taqwa has shareholders that include prominent Arab figures from numerous countries in the Middle East. Among the shareholders are the grand mufti of the United Arab Emirates and prominent families in the UAE and Kuwait.

Ahmed Huber, a Swiss director of the bank who is a radical Islamist and Hitler admirer, acknowledged in 1995 that wealthy Saudi Arabians were large contributors to the Al Taqwa bank.
http://www.salon.com/2002/03/15/al_taqwa/
 

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LICENSED TO KILL
Harper's Magazine
May 1, 2000

At the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, about twenty miles south of Charlottesville, sits Nelson County, one of Virginia's most bucolic corners. Unimpeded by a single traffic light, the main thoroughfare is Route 56, a two-lane country road that wends among vineyards, orchards, and farms. The rolling landscape draws plenty of weekenders, who come to take in Crabtree Falls, the highest waterfall east of the Mississippi, and to stop by the Walton's Mountain Museum, which celebrates the series that brought John-Boy and his family to millions of TV viewers.

Despite this nod to good plain folk, Nelson County seems destined to be overtaken by the horsy set and carpet-bagging celebrities as they push south into Falwell country. Nelson is still cheaper than Charlottesville or Middleburg, but new money is attracted by the Wintergreen ski resort and spectacular estates such as Level Green, built in 1803 for the Revolutionary War leader Major Thomas Massie, and Bellevette (pronounced "believe it"), constructed fifty years earlier by Charles Rose on land granted to his family by King George II. Across the Tye River from Bellevette lies Markham Farm, a plot of land once held by a granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson's. Markham Farm has changed hands many times, most recently in 1980, when it was bought by a German named Ernst Werner Glatt. He subsequently purchased adjoining lands and turned the estate, valued in 1994 at $2.4 million, into a modern sheep farm. The entrance to Glatt's farm from Route 56 is announced by a sign that sports a crowned black eagle, a symbol hearkening back to imperial Prussia and the past of the farm's owner, who as a teenager fought in the Nazi army.

Given Nelson County's boutique intimacy, most residents have heard of Glatt and his Black Eagle Farm, but few seem to have pondered the sign's meaning or know much about their neighbor at all. And why should they? They might have heard that Glatt spends most of his time in Europe, but that's hardly atypical of the Town & Country set. They probably figured Glatt to be the kind of man who spends money to buy privacy.

In that they are correct. But perhaps it would surprise locals to learn that their reclusive neighbor is one of the most important and enigmatic arms dealers of all time. For more than a quarter century, Glatt has had a hand in some of the most sensational U.S. covert operations. He secretly funneled weapons to a number of American-backed guerrilla forces and client regimes during the Cold War, and was the leading supplier for the Foreign Materiel Acquisition Program (FMA), a still-active "black" U.S. military operation that obtained huge amounts of weaponry from the former Soviet bloc and other "enemy" states. Yet he and his government sponsors have so successfully hidden his activities that Glatt is barely known outside of intelligence circles.

https://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-61856255.html
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The merchant of death
By Andre Verloy November 20, 2002

From the outside, the $3 million property in the plush, residential Sandhurst area of Johannesburg could easily have been mistaken for a detention facility. The property was surrounded by 5-meter high walls topped by electrified fences. Armed guards with machine guns and dogs patrolled the grounds, and the daily security expenses ran higher than what most South Africans made in a year. But the compound was no prison. Within the walls were all the amenities of the leisure class: two swimming pools, a luxurious guesthouse, cascading ponds and a corolla of tropical plants surrounding the main house.

On a warm afternoon in March 1998, an elderly Russian woman was cutting up fruit in the kitchen, while her daughter and son-in-law played tennis across the street. Suddenly, the idyll was destroyed by the sound of grenades blasting open the door, as armed intruders stormed in. The Russian woman grabbed a large watermelon and smashed it on the head of one of the gunmen before she was knocked unconscious by a rifle butt. Hustling across the street, her son-in-law arrived in time to confront the armed thugs, who roughed him up. The masked men fled with $6 million dollars in cash, but left paintings and expensive artifacts untouched. A message had been sent to Victor Bout.

A short while later, a motorcycle gunman opened fire on a car carrying Bout and two associates, and another of his employees was beaten up and robbed on a Johannesburg street. Whatever the circumstances, for Bout the intent was now unmistakable. "The message was you're vulnerable so get out," said Richard Chichakli, one of his business associates. A few months later, Bout put his home up for sale.

According to intelligence documents, the polyglot with personal skills was able to establish working relationships with various African heads of state and rebel leaders – the late Angolan rebel leader Jonas Savimbi, Liberian President Charles Taylor, former Zairean President Mobutu Sese Seko, Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi, Jean-Pierre Bemba, the leader of the Congo Liberation Front, and the former leaders of Congo-Brazzaville, among others.

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Several sources involved in the weapons trade, interviewed by ICIJ, noted Bout's "deep connections" with Ernst Werner Glatt, reputedly one of Washington's favorite gunrunners during the Cold War. Glatt also had ties to Washington's Cold War opponent. He was "very well ensconced in downtown Moscow," one source said. "He was so tight with the KGB in the early 1990s that they even tried to get him into the building next door to their headquarters." Glatt did not respond to requests for comment.

https://www.icij.org/project/making-killing/merchant-death
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"Loftur Johannesson sometimes teamed up with Ernst Werner Glatt, who Miley once met over drinks at London Flat. "He starts off on this Nazi routine, that the one thing he'd like to see before he dies is the resurrection of the Third Reich," Miley says of the encounter."
https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=oPO8mP_Scu0C&pg=PA69&lpg=PA69&dq=Private+Warriors+glatt+reich+loftur&source=bl&ots=NSe8wr6UHG&sig=i4bJ6QiR8WC3uvsID_CYEsPctPc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiBjdL7gOTWAhWFAsAKHfISD1IQ6AEIKDAA#v=onepage&q=Private%20Warriors%20glatt%20reich%20loftur&f=false

Loftur happens to use the same Panamanian shell company as mysterious Kansas City businessman Farhad Azima.
https://panamapapers.icij.org/20160405-spies-secret-offshore-companies.html

And both Glatt and Azima owned flats around the corner from Mohamed al-Fayed's Harrods in London. Probably just a coincidence.
 

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Leaked Emails Suggest Trump Campaign Duplicity on 28 Pages

June 29, 2018

-Trump publicly supported release of 28 pages on Saudi links to 9/11, but advisors shared inside info on killing of GOP platform plank

-Paul Manafort gave news of GOP convention maneuvering to Tom Barrack, who informed UAE’s ambassador

-Barrack urged Trump to refrain from making an issue of millions in Saudi money flowing to the Clinton Foundation

By Brian P. McGlinchey

https://28pages.org/2018/06/29/leaked-emails-suggest-trump-campaign-duplicity-on-28-pages/

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According to leaked emails obtained by Middle East Eye, an unnamed Republican Party figure orchestrated the defeat of a proposed 2016 GOP plank calling for the declassification of 28 pages on Saudi government links to the 9/11 plotters. ...

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Re: The financing of 9/11 and the UAE
« Reply #13 on: Aug 04, 2018, 02:43:59 pm »
 

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this 9/11 Commission document actually says the UAE military were paying al Shehhi to learn to fly in the USA, not al aqeda

"Shehhi was being paid by the UAE military, which was sponsoring his studies in Germany. He continued to receive a salary through December 23, 2000."
https://govinfo.library.unt.edu/911/staff_statements/911_TerrFin_App.pdf

December 2000 is when Rudi Dekkers says Shehhi and Atta finished their pilots licence at Huffman aviation

okay, so why would the military of the UAE pay for that.

The 911 commission said they came to America because Osama was a skinflint, and it was cheaper for them to learn to fly in the US than Europe or the middle east or Afghanistan.

why is al Shehhi still on the payroll of the UAE military at this time.

If his payments did stop in December 2000, that means his UAE military salary overlaps his al qaeda funding by six months, as i have said before, which also came form the UAE.

surely this document is wrong on the date it stopped.



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PI Bill Warner has a curious explanation for the financing. I have never heard of WSRA in San Diego:

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Round and round did the money go in 1999 to 2000 that funded the 9/11 terrorists in the USA, strange but true it originated at the offices of Holy Land Foundation in Richardson, Texas to Global Relief in Chicago to WSRA in San Diego to Karachi & KSM to Dubai paymaster Ali Abdul Aziz Ali before ending up at Mohamed Atta's SunTrust bank in Nokomis Fl.

NYT...The Sept. 11 hijackers were able to open 35 American bank accounts without having legitimate Social Security numbers and opened some of the accounts with fabricated Social Security numbers that were never checked or questioned by bank officials. The SunTrust banks involved approved several account applications in which the hijackers simply filled in random numbers in spaces reserved for applicants' Social Security numbers, said the official, Dennis Lormel, the chief of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's unit conducting the financial inquiry of the Sept. 11 plot. While the F.B.I. has found that $325,000 flowed through the 14 SunTrust accounts before the Sept. 11 attacks, investigators believe that the hijackers had access to a total of $500,000 to $600,000.

Proving the link between Saudi Arabia and the 19 hijackers has been Attorney Jim Kreindler’s nearly sole focus since the moment, several days after the Twin Towers fell, when grieving families began to file into the lobby of the burly, boisterous 61-year-old’s firm.
Kreindler’s complaint and other government documents, including the indictment against Omar Abdi Mohamed, trace a circuitous route that would take hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Chicago office of the Al Qaeda-linked charity Global Relief on to San Diego and Omar Abdi Mohamed’s Western Somali Relief Agency (WSRA), then through the money transfer service Dahabshiil to Karachi, Pakistan, where a waiting Khalid Sheikh Mohammed sent it to his nephew in Dubai, who put it into the pockets of the 19 men who would travel to the United States.
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http://www.billwarnerpi.com/2018/10/saudi-ministry-of-islamic-affairs-funds.html



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