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WAR: Al Qaeda Held A Meeting In March

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posted on Aug, 16 2004 @ 11:53 AM
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In the Waziristan region of Pakistan, near the Afghanistan border, officials believe that operatives of the Al Qaeda network held a meeting much like the one before September 11, 2001. This extremely significant discovery exposed the second string of leadership in the network.
 


msnbc.com
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - U.S. and Pakistani officials believe al-Qaida operatives held a meeting in March that could have been a key planning session similar to one that led to the Sept. 11 attacks on U.S. cities, Time magazine reported.

The magazine said in its latest edition that the “summit” was held in the Waziristan region of Pakistan, near the Afghanistan border.

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Abu Eisa al-Hindi and Mohammed Junaid Babar, both of whom have been arrested, have admitted to attending a high ranking meeting in Pakistan.

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf states that extremely significant events including, personalities involved, operations, as well as "major explosive experts who came here and went back."

Th information about al-Hindi came from Mohammed Naeem Noor Khan, who has been determined to be a computer engineer who was captured July 13th of this year. Khan gave information leading to the arrest of several terrorist suspects and boosted the United States terror level to orange in some places.




posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 06:25 AM
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It is so hard to figure out the truth when it comes to news out of that region, this article now claims there was NO summit by Al-Qaeda in March....



Report on al-Qaeda summit a fiction: Pakistan
Islamabad, August 17: Pakistan's military on Monday played down a report in the latest edition of Time magazine describing what it called a "summit of terrorists" held in March in lawless tribal areas bordering Afghanistan.

While Pakistani officials acknowledge that remote tribal areas like South Waziristan, 400 km (250 miles) southwest of Islamabad, have been visited by foreign and local al-Qaeda-linked militants in recent months to coordinate operations, the military said there was no summit.

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