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originally posted by: dazbog
originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: haman10
Funny how Iran is blamed for this when we all know at the very least the hijackers were mostly from Saudia Arabia, but we mustn't ever mention them.
How do we all know the alleged hijackers were Saudi ? Our Government told us three days after the event ? And we can certainly trust them ! Even the 9/11 commission stated after the fact their investigation was BS.
Then those alleged hijackers say HEY. It wasn't me I'm alive and well. The Saudi guys did it. Right ! I can't believe how many people on this site parrot the government BS with NO evidence what-so-ever other then the word of a corrupt government whom few currently trust.
originally posted by: Shiloh7
a reply to: AngryCymraeg
Most odd. Thanks for that bit of information because it now makes sense that people can tip their dangerous snakes down the sewers and not their donkeys'. Think I would rather meet a donkey there though were I ever to go into NY's sewer system.
1. Nearly all of the 9/11 hijackers were supposedly Saudi citizens.
originally posted by: dazbog
a reply to: superman2012
Not sure where you obtained your info but the US Gov posted the pictures of 19 Saudi suspects three days after the event.
The 9/11 Commission had found that “there is strong evidence that Iran facilitated the transit of al Qaeda members into and out of Afghanistan before 9/11, and that some of these were future 9/11 hijackers.” Further, a “senior Hezbollah operative” and his associate were on some of the same flights into Iran and Beirut, Lebanon, as the 9/11 terrorists. The 9/11 Report concluded: “We believe this topic requires further investigation by the U.S. government.” 9/11 COMMISSION REPORT, p. 241. The Havlish investigation revealed that the “senior Hezbollah operative” was Imad Mughniyeh, the longtime Iranian agent and chief of Hezbollah’s terrorist operations.
Iran's seemingly small gesture of not stamping the passports of al-Qaida operatives who came into the country was strategic and helped them come to the United States. The 9/11 Commission called the move "particularly beneficial to Saudi members of al Qaeda." Iran later provided a safe haven for some al-Qaida leaders and their families after 9/11 in anticipation of the American invasion of Afghanistan.
Hizballah's Mughniyeh, meanwhile, coordinated training for al-Qaida operatives "with Iranian government officials in Iran and with [Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps] officers working undercover at the Iranian embassy in Beirut, Lebanon," Daniels wrote.
How does this make sense? Why don't they just come out and admit what many of us have been saying this entire time: Western powerbrokers (and apparently our legal system) support the Wahhabis, protect the Wahhabi regimes, supply Wahhabi "rebels" and mercenaries, and are aiding the Wahhabis in their rivalry against Iran.