posted on Jan, 3 2005 @ 09:54 AM
This program is a must for anyone interested in understanding the workings of Al Qaeda today. They are not just focussed on America. A well
respected 30 yr old Canadian investigative journalism series called The Fifth Estate produced this segment in conjunction with PBS Frontline and the
On March 11, 2004 bombs ripped apart commuter trains arriving at Madrid's Atocha Station. Nearly 200 people died, more than 1400 were injured. The
day became known in Spain as 3/11.
The moment marked a new battlefront in al-Qaeda's war against the West, a war in which the enemy is invisible, in which the objective is mass murder.
The Emmy-awarding winning team of reporter Linden MacIntyre and producer Neil Docherty are joined by the New York Times and PBS' Frontline, in an
investigation of al-Qaeda's war without borders.
Please visit the link provided for the complete story.
This program has already aired in Canada, but I understand it is coming up in January on PBS Frontline. You will have to contact your local PBS
station to find out when, but it is extremely informative and in fact horrifying.
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