Declassified:Examining what's in "the 28 pages" of the Joint Inquiry

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Re: Declassified:Examining what's in "the 28 pages" of the Joint Inquiry
« Reply #160 on: March 28, 2017, 06:35:42 AM »
Harb received a call from Bayoumi's phone on 2/15/2000 shortly after Hazmi and Mihdhar arrive in SD. When Harb returned the call Hazmi answered the phone. This means the hijackers were using Bayoumi's phone during this time. Which means even a keystone cop would know to scrutinize the calls on this phone and yet the calls on his phone were never investigated despite FBI agents wanting to do their job-they were prevented. Yes-he is a manager of an apartment building. You know the address of his apartment building he was managing? I know someone that has been trying to locate him, if he's still around.

When I looked for a Harb who was an apartment manager i found one on Wilshire Blvd in LA. I was expecting San Diego. I cant guarantee that it is the Harb they are referring to but it makes a kind of sense. George B Harb owned the Gaylord Apartments. 3355 Wilshire 90010.

It makes sense because it is across the street from Concord English Language Centre, 3435 Wilshire 90010, which brings in students illegally and Benomrane was associated with.

The FBI Harb interview isnt much help.

An address linked to this Harb:
https://www.myrelatives.com/address-lookup/ca/los-angeles/m/muirfield/534

There is more to the LA story. Especially the Med Grill meeting on Venice Blvd. There was another guy who i saw referenced once and can no longer find who the FBI did an investigation on and showed he had ties to the hijackers.

Interestingly, when i look up the address for Concord I get a link to the "Philippine Consulate General."
https://www.yelp.com/biz/philippine-consulate-general-los-angeles-3
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« Reply #161 on: March 29, 2017, 06:40:58 AM »
Taibah International Aid Association (or “Taibah”) is a charitable organization headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia. Established in 1991, Taibah’s IRS Form 1023, which serves as an application to the United States Government for tax exempt status, lists Abdullah A. bin Laden, Osama bin Laden’s half-brother, as a founding officer.

Although it purports to be a humanitarian organization, the Taibah International Aid Association furthers the aims and materially supports Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda. Through the actions of its agents, officers and employees, Taibah has provided financial and material support to al Qaeda. The strong affiliation that Taibah maintains with many other al Qaeda front-groups demonstrates its place as a highly connected component of Osama bin Laden’s financial and logistical support network.

Abdurahman M. Alamoudi, a founder of the American Muslim Council and related American Muslim Foundation, was indicted Thursday on charges of engaging in illegal financial transactions with Libya. Alamoudi is listed as vice president of an organization in Falls Church, Va., called the Taibah International Aid Association. A director of that organization is Abdullah A. bin Laden, nephew of al Qaeda leader bin Laden, according to the affidavit.

Officials found seven U.S.-designated terrorist groups among the names and numbers in al-Amoudi's confiscated Palm Pilot. The government also found an unsigned document in Arabic during a search of al-Amoudi's office in Virginia that makes numerous references to Hamas and discusses "execution of operations against the Israelis to delay the peace process."

It is an almost unknown fact that Abdullah ran a training camp for Chechens in Okeechobee Florida. He did this whilst living with US military personnel and with US military permission. Was this a camp a terror training camp? I dont know.

Greg Palast was provided with a document about an FBI Washington field office counter terrorism investigation of Abdullah bin Laden which had been blocked pre 9/11.
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« Reply #162 on: March 29, 2017, 07:50:03 AM »
Anwar Hajjaj, former president of Taibah International Aid Association, which was designated a terrorist organization by the U.S. and U.N. in 2004.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/11/11/congressional-muslim-prayer-group-terror-ties.html

Hajjaj also goes by Anwar Hussain. He is listed as a 'Director of the American Open University' an Islamic University. The address is the same as that of the American Association of Airport Executives and that part of their role is aviation security
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« Reply #163 on: March 29, 2017, 08:19:16 AM »
Alamoudi could also have interfered in the Bosnian peace process

Abdulrahman Alamoudi met with Clinton’s National Security Advisor, Anthony Lake, in the White House on December 8, 1995 to receive a briefing on the Dayton Peace Agreement and to represent the interests of the Muslim Community.
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« Reply #164 on: March 29, 2017, 08:32:26 AM »
US Rep. Gregory Meeks scolded immigration officials for questioning a Muslim scholar whose nonprofits have been linked to financing terrorism.

The Queens Democrat contacted federal agencies -- finally appealing to then-Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff -- asking why Anwar Hajjaj faced "unwarranted scrutiny" when he returned to the United States from trips abroad through JFK Airport.

Meeks described Hajjaj as a "highly regarded" professor of Islamic studies who leads Friday Muslim prayers at the Capitol.

Meeks said Hajjaj was "a pioneer in distance-based learning of Islam" through the American Open University in Virginia, according to a copy of the Sept. 30, 2006, letter to Chertoff, which was obtained by The Post under a Freedom of Information Act request.
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« Reply #165 on: March 29, 2017, 08:39:28 AM »
Hows that War on Terror and those who harbor them

On June 4, 1999, Turani met with US President Bill Clinton in order to persuade him to back the East Turkistan independence movement.[7] Turani told Clinton that his nation is in favor of waging a war of independence against China;[8][9] articles from the East Turkistan Government in Exile continues to assert the "legitimate right to wage war" against China. Turani claimed to had been funded by wealthy Uyghurs in Saudi Arabia.[10]

On July 20, 2001 Turani received a letter from the United States Department of State on behalf of President George W. Bush in response to Turani's initial letter concerning the Chinese occupation of East Turkistan. In this letter, the U.S. government expressed its willingness to protect the "fundamental human rights -- the rights to freedom of association, assembly, religion, belief, conscience, and expression -- of Uyghurs and others living in China."

East Turkistan Government in Exile

On September 14, 2004, Anwar Yusuf Turani proclaimed the creation of the "East Turkistan Government in Exile" in Washington, D.C.,[12] and was elected Prime Minister.[13][14] China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Kong Quan publicly registered his displeasure, referencing such groups' terrorism in the Xinjiang region.

Media reports and scholarly studies of terrorism in contemporary China frequently focus on members of the largely Muslim Uyghur ethnic group, who are concentrated in the Northwestern province of Xinjiang. Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri released a statement supporting Jihad in Xinjiang against Chinese.
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« Reply #166 on: March 29, 2017, 08:43:41 AM »

SAAR is alternatively referred to as the Safa Group.
SAAR was named after the patriarch of the wealthy Saudi Arabian al-Rajhi family, who are also the foundation’s largest donors.

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

Could be Jamal Barzinji

Although id like to know who he means, having researched this, i think it could be just about any of them there. They all seem to have similar backgrounds.
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« Reply #167 on: March 29, 2017, 09:32:52 AM »
Court documents filed in Virginia and obtained by CNSNews.com indicate that a government investigation of Alamoudi has uncovered evidence linking him to al Qaeda through a non-profit called the Taibah International Aid Association (TIAA), based in Falls Church, Va.

The court documents filed by the U.S. attorney's office in Virginia stated that Mohammed El-Nagmy, an employee of TIAA and its sister organization Taibah in Sarajevo, Bosnia, served simultaneously as the Bosnian representative for the Global Relief Foundation (GRF).

"GRF ... personnel had multiple contacts with Wadih El-Hage, UBL's [Osama bin Laden] personal secretary when UBL was in Sudan," according to the U.S. Treasury Department. El-Hage was convicted in May 2001 for his role in the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings.

The whole point of this is that convoluted trails of personal associates and organizations add layers of deniability for key individuals involved in terrorist planning.
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Re: Declassified:Examining what's in "the 28 pages" of the Joint Inquiry
« Reply #168 on: March 29, 2017, 05:35:51 PM »
Here is another character invited to the Pentagon.

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On the morning of 11 September 2001, Soliman was representing the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) at the UN and was due to attend a conference for NGOs in the Department of Public Information (DPI) being held in Manhattan on that day.

“That morning, I had three hours before I needed to be at my conference, so I decided to do a bit of sightseeing. At 8am on the 11th of September I was trying to stop a taxi to take me and two colleagues to the World Trade Centre. No taxi stopped for half an hour.” Later Soliman found out that the first attack on the Twin Towers took place at 8.45am.

“I was quite frustrated at the time, not realising that God was saving our lives."

With the aim of building a platform for educational interfaith discussion, Soliman began an initiative, The Bridges Foundation, to overcome misunderstanding and improve education about Islam. Soliman was invited to the Pentagon to speak several times at the Department of Defence and Capitol Hill, as well as to talk to prisoners in jails.

Soliman has spoken at several correctional facilities in the USA and sponsored some prisoners to learn about Islam when he saw that they had some extreme views, sponsoring them to take Islamic studies via online programmes like the American Open University in Washington DC.


http://www.middleeasteye.net/in-depth/features/fadel-soliman-tackling-radical-misconceptions-about-islam-914302813
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Re: Declassified:Examining what's in "the 28 pages" of the Joint Inquiry
« Reply #169 on: March 30, 2017, 05:53:34 PM »
About two weeks after the 9/11 Commission says Khalid al-Midhar and Nawaf al-Hazmi first moved to San Diego, Anwar Aulaqi incorporated a business at an address in north San Diego.

A local inventor named Sam Hacene Eulmi joined him in this venture, Al Fahm Inc.  --  https://www.corporationwiki.com/p/2cnetk/al-fahm-inc
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Re: Declassified:Examining what's in "the 28 pages" of the Joint Inquiry
« Reply #170 on: March 30, 2017, 07:26:52 PM »
When I looked for a Harb who was an apartment manager i found one on Wilshire Blvd in LA. I was expecting San Diego. I cant guarantee that it is the Harb they are referring to but it makes a kind of sense. George B Harb owned the Gaylord Apartments. 3355 Wilshire 90010.

It makes sense because it is across the street from Concord English Language Centre, 3435 Wilshire 90010, which brings in students illegally and Benomrane was associated with.

No-Harb is in SD.....

Bayoumi’s cell phone was used to call the landlord of an apartment complex on 49th Street, off El Cajon Boulevard. On February 15 the landlord returned a page from Bayoumi’s phone and Hazmi answered.
http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2016/jul/27/cover-omar-al-bayoumi-911-pentagon/?page=2

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« Reply #171 on: March 31, 2017, 06:25:54 AM »
thanks.

I turns out there are a lot of George Harb's. Ill have to find the time to read about it more to ID the correct one.
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« Reply #172 on: April 01, 2017, 01:16:16 PM »
I wish i knew more about Anwar Aulaqis time in Florida
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« Reply #173 on: April 02, 2017, 06:27:31 AM »
Here is a very similar story to the Shalabi murder story which is floating around, apparently falsely, that he was murdered in the wtc.

In 1990, Gambino boss John Gotti ordered the murder of mobster Louis DiBono, DiBono had allegedly been disrespectful to Gotti, who decided to eliminate him, and sent bobby Boriello to attend to Dibono. In October 1990, DiBono's bullet-ridden body was discovered in the front seat of a Cadillac sedan in the underground garage at the New York World Trade Center
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pasquale_Conte
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« Reply #174 on: April 02, 2017, 11:06:56 AM »
Indian intelligence wiretap identified 9/11 hijackers. 2002

Indian intelligence agencies helped the US to identify the hijackers who carried out the deadly September 11 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, a media report said here on Wednesday.

The new probe began after US officials learned that intelligence agents in India had wiretapped the telephone of a Pakistani charity funded by the Saudi government and discovered the transfer of 100,000 dollars to Mohamed Atta, one of the 19 hijackers, the paper quoting US officials said.

The information helped US officials identify all the 19 hijackers -- 15 of whom were Saudi nationals, the officials said.
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Re: Declassified:Examining what's in "the 28 pages" of the Joint Inquiry
« Reply #175 on: April 24, 2017, 10:34:05 PM »
And this very interesting subpoena.....

SUBPOENA
To Hilton Hotels Corporation


ATTACHMENT A

The checkout folio for Said Abdullah, who checked out of the Hilton hotel at Los Angeles Airport on January 16, 2000; and

The checkout folio for Said Abdallah, who checked out of the Hilton hotel at Los Angeles Airport on January 16, 2000.

https://www.scribd.com/document/14553330/SD-B4-Supoenas-Sepulveda-Fdr-Hilton-Letter-and-Subpoena-Re-Said-Abdullah-094

https://www.scribd.com/document/18662012/T1A-B43-Hilton-Subpoena-Fdr-Entire-Contents-Subpoena-Faxes-Guest-Folio-Said-Abdullah-See-SD-B4-Subpoenas-for-Unredacted

It would be very helpful if anyone could explain some things on the folios...like under CDE every time a 10 shows up there is a charge of $1.00. But every time a 12 is in the CDE column the charges are more, but under both circumstances under the column REF., there are what appears to be, military times, or 24-hour clock times. Could these be phone calls charged to the room? Anyone know how to read a Hotel bill/Folio?

Also under REF. is "PARK", and a charge of $10, which would seem to be a parking fee for a car.

If not, what does it mean? Anyone know?








https://www.scribd.com/document/18662012/T1A-B43-Hilton-Subpoena-Fdr-Entire-Contents-Subpoena-Faxes-Guest-Folio-Said-Abdullah-See-SD-B4-Subpoenas-for-Unredacted

In Any Case:

We all can see the 9-11 commission knows who paid for the first 2 of the hijackers arrival in America with their mastercard, and they are protecting them.
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Re: Declassified:Examining what's in "the 28 pages" of the Joint Inquiry
« Reply #176 on: April 25, 2017, 09:10:27 AM »
I havent got a clue but Park is a credit

looking on their website, self parking is 9 dollars cheaper than valet parking. maybe in 2000 it was 10. Maybe they paid for parking but chose to self park

Other charges could have included:

Automated Teller (ATM)
Baggage Storage
Bar Area
Car Rental Desk
Coin Laundry
Concierge Desk
Electric Car Charging Station
Electric Service
Elevators
Foreign Currency Exchange
Gift Shop
Green Initiatives
Laundry/Valet Service
Local Area Transportation
Lounge
Luggage Hold
Multi-Lingual Staff
Refrigerator
Rollaway Bed
Room Service
Safety Deposit Box
Valet Level Charging Stations
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